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Briefs: 59th annual Laguna Open coming

The 59th annual Men's Laguna Open, sponsored by The Deck on Laguna Beach, Pacific Edge Hotel, Driftwood Restaurant, Bud Light and Wilson and in partnership with the California Beach Volleyball Assn. and City of Laguna Beach, is June 7-8 at Main Beach.

The two-day, double-elimination tournament will include a maximum of 28 teams playing on six courts. The top 24 ranked teams to sign up before the 4 p.m. June 5 deadline, are guaranteed entry. The remaining four tournament spots are saved for the top-ranked local Laguna Beach teams that sign up. The prize purse is $4,000.

For more information on the 59th Men's Laguna Open, visit http://www.cbva.com, or http://www.lagunabeachcity.net, or email kirkmorgan@cox.net.

Additionally, the Girls' 16-Under Laguna Open Volleyball Tournament will be held July 10, and the Girls' 14-U Laguna Open will run July 11, also at Main Beach.

For more information on the girls' 16U and 14U tournaments, visit http://www.lagunabeachcity.net, or email kirkmorgan@cox.net.

— From staff reports

Physicals offered

South Coast Medical Group will offer sports physicals to incoming Laguna Beach High athletes for the 2014-15 school year from 3 to 4:30 p.m. June 3 and June 4 at the school.

Students who plan on participating in Laguna Beach High athletics are required by the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) to have a sports physical with clearance.

The cost per physical is $40, with $25 of that fee going to the Laguna Beach High School Athletic Boosters.

— From staff reports

Cardiac screenings

Heartfelt Cardiac Projects is teaming up with Laguna Beach High School Athletic Boosters to offer cardiac screenings June 3-4 for Laguna Beach High students and their families.

Screenings will be available between 3 and 6 p.m. both days at the school's north gym and are offered for a donation of $85 per person (ages five and older).

To schedule a screening appointment, visit http://www.heartfeltcardiacprojects.org.

— From staff reports

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