They include athletes Ronald Dell'Immagine (Class of 1963) and Stephanie Jzyk (1999).
The first of the series included Johnny Rodriguez (1990), Joseph Ghiggeri (2000) and Michael O'Brien (1956). Last week's issue included profiles of Ross Bomben (Class of 1993) and the championship Liberty High girls varsity basketball team of 1984-85.
All of the inductees will be honored at the district's 16th annual awards dinner on April 28.
Tickets for the dinner are $30, and are available at the Independence High School Adult Education Office, 929 Second St. in Brentwood, or by calling Joanne Morrison at 634-2565, ext. 1022 or Jack Ferrill at 634-2589, ext. 1054.
During her four years of track competition, she went to the NCS meet every year and competed in at least two events each time.
As a sophomore, Jzyk again lettered in soccer and was named Honorable Mention All-Bay Valley Athletic League in addition to being selected an NCS Scholar Athlete and making the NCS Scholar Athlete Team. On the track team, she again earned her varsity letter, was named MVP and NCS Scholar Athlete, and made the Scholar Athlete Team.
In her junior year, Jzyk was named captain of the soccer team and earned the Most Inspirational Player award. She also earned Second Team All-BVAL honors. She was again selected as an NCS Scholar Athlete and made the NCS Scholar Athlete Team. In track, she again was made captain and earned First Team All-BVAL honors. She also advanced to the NCS Meet of Champions at Chabot College.
In her senior year, Jzyk found time to try a new sport - tennis. With her tremendous athletic ability, she was able to letter in varsity tennis and was given the Most Inspirational Player award. She was named to the Athletic Director's Academic Award and again doubled as an NCS Scholar Athlete.
Jzyk's senior year in soccer and track left little doubt in anyone's mind that she was one of the best. In track, she was named First Team All-BVAL, was captain of the team, won the Hopkins Track Scholarship, was named the Most Inspirational Player, was again an NCS Scholar Athlete, advanced to the NCS Meet of Champions and was selected Liberty's MVP.
In soccer, Jzyk was MVP, team captain and was Most Inspirational Player. She was selected to the Second Team All-BVAL, won the Tanya Smith Award for soccer, the Athletic Director's Academic Award and was honored for the fourth straight year with the NCS Scholar Athlete and Scholar Team awards. She was granted the East Diablo Youth Soccer League Scholarship for soccer.
After high school, Jzyk attended Diablo Valley College for two years. As a freshman, she participated in both soccer and track. In track she advanced to the state meet in Bakersfield, where she ran the 100-meter hurdles. As a sophomore, she advanced to the state meet in Sacramento in the high jump. Jzyk decided to forgo athletics at the university level when she attended California State University Sacramento for two years, earning her B.A. in Social Science and a teaching credential.
She now lives in Oakley with her son, Tanner, teaches history and coaches track at Liberty High School.
The Liberty Union High School District Athletic Hall of Fame is proud and honored to induct Ronald Dell'Immagine and Stephanie Jzyk into the Hall of Fame for their outstanding athletic careers at Liberty High School and beyond.