Kelly Brunner, a senior at Huntington Beach High, helped guide the for the Long Beach Junior Crew rowing program to a silver medal Sunday at the USRowing Southwest Junior District Championships on Lake Natoma at Gold River, Calif.
Brunner, a varsity rower, rowed in a "quad" (a four-person, sculling boat). Long Beach, which placed second among 26 boats, earned an invitation to the US Rowing National Championships in Oak Ridge, Tenn. The competition at Melton Hill Lake is June 8-10.
The Southwest Junior District Championships included Junior crew clubs and scholastic programs from California, Arizona and Utah. Brunner will attend Oregon State on scholarship in the fall.
Football registration ends Tuesday
Huntington Beach Jr. All American Football and Cheer is accepting online registration for football players and cheerleaders ages five to 14. Early registration discounts will be offered until Tuesday. Go to http://www.hbjaaf.com, to register. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth baseball camps offered
Lifeletics Baseball Summer Camps begins its eight weeks of instruction June 25 in Huntington Beach. Camps run from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday through Aug. 17. The cost per camper is as follows: one week ($199); two weeks ($379); three weeks ($539); fourth week at no cost).
Lifeletics Baseball, located in Huntington Beach, also is offering camps in Newport Beach and South Orange County (Santa Margarita, Ladera Ranch and Trabuco Canyon).
Barons golf tourney is set
The Fountain Valley High School Football Boosters is hosting the seventh annual "Moose Invitational" Golf Tournament on June 25 at the Classic Course at Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley. The cost is $150 per golfer, which includes contests and prizes. Registration for the event is at http://www.barongolf.com.
The annual event helps raise money for the Fountain Valley football program and the Michael Musso Memorial Fund. Musso, a 2004 graduate of Fountain Valley High School, lost his life in a car accident in 2005. Through the fundraiser, a scholarship is given to a four-year Barons football player each year.Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times