Former 49ers and Raiders assistant coach Ted Tollner is among this year's inductees to the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame.

Tollner, a Palo Alto High graduate who went on to serve as head coach at USC and San Diego State, is among 10 inductees to be honored on June 11 at San Mateo County Event Center.

Also inducted will be one-time Giants pitcher Randy Gomez (Serra High/College of San Mateo), former U.S. Congressman and Redwood City mayor Bill Royer (Sequoia High School) and former U.S. soccer team national player Jim Zylker (South San Francisco/Canada College) who played with the San Jose Earthquakes in 1975-76.

Gale Dean Andaluz (Carlmont High), Selena Ho (Carlmont), Jim Honeywell (Jefferson), Ernest "Mel" Moore (Burlingame), Sam Nicolopulos (San Carlos/Canada) and Drew Shiller (Burlingame) are also part of this year's hall of fame class.

The induction dinner will coincide with the 2013 San Mateo County Fair.

For more information, contact the Convention and Visitors Bureau at 650-348-7600.