Beach volleyball tourneys come to Main Beach

The city of Laguna Beach is hosting The King and Queen of the Beach volleyball tournaments this weekend at Main Beach. The men's tournament runs all day Saturday and the women's event is all day Sunday. The tournament is a round-robin format and players team up with a different partner for each game.

Check-in time each day for the tournaments is 8 a.m. at the south end of Main Beach. For more information, call or text Kirk Morgan at (714) 381-4000.


Boys & Girls' Club hoops evaluations end Friday

In-house registration and player evaluations are under way for the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach Boys' Basketball League at the club's main branch, 1085 Laguna Canyon Rd. Evaluations run through Friday and practices start Oct. 31. The season officially starts Dec. 6. All participants must be members of the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach.

Club membership for youth ages 6-18 is $150 per year. The Boys & Girls Club Basketball League fee is $100 per player and includes a uniform. A $25 late fee will apply to registrations received after Sept. 30. Annual League sponsorship opportunities are available for $500 and include a personalized banner hung in the club's gymnasium. For more information, call (949) 494-2535.


Breakers softball fundraiser is Sunday

The Laguna Beach High girls' softball program is holding a fundraising dinner Sunday at Lumberyard Restaurant (384 Forest Ave.) in Laguna Beach. The event is between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. Patrons who mention that they are there to support the softball program will have 20% of their bill donated to the program. Laguna players will be working the restaurant between 5 and 9 p.m.

A silent auction will be held and prizes offered. Coach Alan Ludloff said that silent auction items were donated from the Montage and St. Regis hotels, Oakley Sunglasses, Aliso Creek Inn and Golf, Victoria Skimboards and by several local artists. Reservations are recommended. For reservation information, call (949) 715-3900.

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