San Diego Roundup : Norris Looks for His Third Victory at Cajon Speedway

Mark Norris will seek his third victory of the young super stock division season Saturday when car racing resumes at Cajon Speedway, located at Gillespie Field in Santee.

Qualification runs will be held at 6 p.m., with race time set for 7:30. The super stocks will be joined by the pro stocks and a Go Kart event on the evening’s card.

The second annual Drew Gissinger/Coors Celebrity Golf Tournament, a benefit for the county chapter of the American Cancer Society, will be held Monday at Fairbanks Ranch Country Club.

The event starts at 11 a.m., with golfing beginning at 1 p.m. Among those expected to join Charger offensive lineman Gissinger on the course are actors Ed Marinaro and Mark Harmon as well as various local professional athletes.


Competition for adults and teen-agers is scheduled when the San Diego Bicycle Club holds two days of racing this weekend.

“The Return of the Balboa Park Criterium” starts Saturday at 7 a.m. at the San Diego Velodrome in the southwestern corner of Balboa Park. “Where the Hell is Boulevard Road Race” starts Sunday at 9 a.m. in Boulevard, a town in the East County. Registration starts one hour before each event. Winners will receive prizes.

The American Youth Soccer Organization will hold registration sessions for its 1985-86 season in three locations Saturday. Youngsters ages 5-18 can sign up between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the Ellen School in Bonita, Mt. Miguel High School in Spring Valley or the Chula Vista Community Center.

The fifth annual Health Beat 10K run and two-mile fun run, sponsored by Bay Hospital in Chula Vista, will take place Saturday.


Runners will meet at the Community Recreation Center in Chula Vista. The 10K starts at 7 a.m. and the two-mile race at 8. Immediately after the races, runners can receive free health screenings from hospital staff. Plaques will be given to the top three finalists in each age division.

Triathlete Carol Winner will discuss “How to Train for a Triathlon” at the International Association of Marathoners’ monthly breakfast, 8 a.m. Saturday at the Cafe del Rey Moro in Balboa Park. The event is open to the public.

The fourth annual Night Moves Twilight 5K Fun Run will start tonight at 7 o’clock at Peterson Gymnasium on the San Diego State campus.

Students and members of the community can run in the event, sponsored by the SDSU Recreation Sports Office. Registration will take place starting at 5 p.m. in Parking Lot K at San Diego State. The event will be followed by a party for runners at SDSU’s Monty’s Den restaurant.

Brian Fogarty, University of San Diego’s football coach, will head up the second annual USD football coaching clinic Saturday.

Registration begins at 8 a.m. at USD’s Manchester Conference Center. Speaking at the clinic are several coaches, including Bobby April of the University of Arizona and Mike Holmgren of Brigham Young. Activities include lectures and field drills.