Randy Stoklos and Adam Johnson won the Manhattan Beach Open volleyball tournament on Sunday, beating Bill Boullianne and Brian Lewis, 14-7.
It was Stoklos' fourth Manhattan title and 119th career victory. In the women's final, Linda Chisholm and Linda Haley won their second consecutive tournament, defeating Cammy Ciarelli and Holly McPeak, 14-10.
Top-seeded Karolyn Kirby and Liz Masakayan won their second major title on the 1994 Women's Professional Volleyball Assn. tour Sunday on Easton's Beach in Newport, R.I. The team, which has won five consecutive major titles since their partnership in April, 1993, beat second-seeded Barbra Fontana (Hermosa Beach) and Lori Kotas-Forsythe, 15-4, in the final to share the $12,300 first-place prize. Lisa Arce of Manhattan Beach and Jaice Jarrer of Honolulu finished fourth.
The El Segundo American Legion baseball team lost to Rapid City, S.D., 5-1, in the final of the Elks Firecracker tournament in Rapid City on Monday. El Segundo advanced to the final with victories in the fifth and sixth round. In the fifth round, El Segundo had 12 hits to beat Boulder, Colo., 7-4. In the sixth round, the South Bay team scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to edge Colorado Springs, 10-9.
Mike Lapper, a backup fullback on the U.S. soccer team, was born in Redondo Beach. Lapper, 23, attended Marina High in Huntington Beach and earned 1988 Orange County defender of the year honors.
The Tracy Austin tennis tournament is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday and July 16-17 at the RHE Tennis Club at Ernie Howlett Park and Jack Kramer Park in Rolling Hills Estates. Sanctioned by the United States Tennis Assn. and the Southern California Tennis Assn., the event will feature over 200 teams of all ages. There will be competition in men's, women's and mixed doubles. Spectators are welcome and the first matches begin at 8 a.m.
Golfer Bob Valerio of Hawthorne will compete in the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship, scheduled July 11-16 in Bigfork, Mont.
The Los Angeles Rod and Reel Club's annual fishing trip for kids is scheduled for Monday. The club will take about 450 disadvantaged boys and girls ages 8 to 16 aboard the 150-foot barge Annie B. Club counselors and at least 70 volunteer deckhands will teach the basics of sportfishing, untangle lines and assist in the catching and sacking of fish.
The Marina del Rey to Puerto Vallarta yacht race has been scheduled to begin Feb. 10. The race will start in Santa Monica Bay and will finish in Banderas Bay, Mexico, near the Puerto Vallarta Harbor entrance. This race is one of the longest international yacht races to originate in U.S. waters. The distance is 1,125 nautical miles. The race is open to any yacht owner or charterer who has membership in a yacht club or affiliation with U.S. Sailing. Information: Del Rey Yacht Club at (310) 823-4664.