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Briefs: Local tennis player helps team capture title

Art Hernandez of Huntington Beach was part of the four-member USA men's 45 and over division team that won the Dubler Cup Saturday at the 2014 International Tennis Federation's Seniors World Team Championships at Boca Raton, Fla.

Twenty-three countries, divided into eight groups, vied for the Dubler Cup title. The USA defeated Russia, India, Argentina, Germany and in Saturday's final, defeated France. Hernandez, 48, played doubles with Mario Tabares (Miami, Fla.) and was 4-1 and won the decider against France Saturday.

The USA lost to France in last year's Dubler Cup final.

Other USA team members included Oren Motevassel (San Jose) and Jeff Tarango (Manhattan Beach) who played singles. The team was determined by the United States Tennis Assn. based on each players' tournament results from the previous year.

The six-day tournament, which started April 21, had a format consisting of two singles and one doubles match.

Hernandez, a former standout at UC Irvine, has won several senior titles and is a multiple doubles champion at the Huntington Beach Open.

HB Pop Warner registration

Huntington Beach Pop Warner Football will hold two upcoming in-person registration sessions for its 2014 fall season. The first session is from noon to 4 p.m. May 17 at Dick's Sporting Goods (7542 Edinger Ave., Huntington Beach).

The final in-person session is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 7 at Edison High.

For all registration information, visit http://www.hbpwf.org.

In addition, Huntington Beach Pop Warner Football will hold its first Golf Tournament and Helicopter Ball Drop July 14 at Tijeras Creek Golf Club (29082 Tijeras Creek) in Rancho Santa Margarita. The event supports the league's football, cheer and scholastic achievement. Registration deadline is June 21.

For information on the tournament, visit http://www.hbpwf.org.

— From staff reports

AYSO registration is Sunday

AYSO Region 143 Soccer will hold the first of two registration sessions from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Carden Multipurpose Room, Meadow View School ( 5702 Clark Dr., Huntington Beach).

Registration is open to boys and girls ages 4 to 19 .

The league's next registration session is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. May 14, also at the Carden Multipurpose Room, Meadow View School.

For more information, visit http://www.ayso143.org, or call (714) 501-2771.

— From staff reports

Marina fundraiser

The Marina boys' basketball program will hold its Texas Hold 'Em Tournament May 10 at the Huntington Beach Elks Lodge (7711 Talbert Ave. Huntington Beach).

Registration opens at 5 p.m. and first hand will be dealt at 6 p.m. A $100 buy-in $1,000 in chips as well as food and soft drinks. Twenty-dollar re-buys will be available until 8 p.m. Participants must be 21 years of age.

For more information, visiting http://www.marinavikingpoker.com.

— From staff reports

Barons Football golf tourney

Registration is currently open for the ninth annual Baron Football/Michael Musso "Moose Invitational" Golf Tournament presented by the Fountain Valley High Football Boosters.

This year's event is June 23 at Mile Square Golf Course (10401 Warner Avenue, Fountain Valley). The tournament will consist of a four-person scramble, longest drive contest, closest-to-the-pin contest, and a putting contest.

The cost is $150 per golfer and includes green fees, cart fees, practice range, door prizes, gift bags, buffet lunch and banquet dinner.

The annual event helps raise money for the Fountain Valley High Baron football program and the Michael Musso Memorial Fund. Musso, a 2004 graduate of Fountain Valley High, lost his life in a car accident July 29, 2005. Through this fundraiser a scholarship is given to a four-year Baron football player each year.

For information on tournament registration, prize donations/contributions, or to volunteer for the tournament, call Kristie Musso, tournament director, at (714) 545-3726, or email kmusso@hbuhsd.edu, or http://www.fvhsfootball.com.

— From staff reports

Marina hoops camp

Marina High boys' basketball will run a Little Kids Camp June 23-26 and July 21-24 at the school's gymnasium.

Both four-day sessions will run from 9 a.m. to noon. The camps are open to youth ages seven to 13.

For registration information, email coachrack@yahoo.com.

— From staff reports

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