Briefs: HB U10 girls' soccer team wins big in February

The AYSO Region 55 (Huntington Beach) girls' soccer under-10 team, Black Out White Out, won its division at both the All-Star and All-Star Sectionals tournaments in February.

Black Out White Out will compete in March at the state championship tournament at Davis. The team, coached by Terence Tubbs, Dave Wiederin and Holly Sjogren, is: Sarah Boucher, Mikayla Carman, Sophia Doumanian, Kaili Manthorne, Isabella Messina, Cora Sjogren, Vanessa Tapia, Jillian Tubbs and Annika Wiederin.


Oilers team up with Surfrider

The Huntington Beach High baseball program teamed up with Surfrider Foundation on Feb. 16 for a beach clean-up session.

The Oilers' coaching staff, 63 players from the varsity, junior varsity and frosh/soph teams, and parents of players, collected 96 pounds of trash in two hours on a 1.6-mile stretch of beach between the Huntington Beach Pier and Goldenwest Street, Huntington Coach Benji Medure said.

"I like our players to be well-rounded young men and I felt this was a good opportunity to learn a valuable lesson," said Medure who noted that his program took park in the clean-up for the first time, but plans to make the effort an annual event. "I want them to be environmentally conscious and understand the positive impact they can have on our planet. It really hit home with our boys how neglectful and irresponsible people are with our prized beach.

"It was an awesome experience for our program. Definitely an eye-opener. If anything, they will at least clean up after themselves next time they surf."


Youth Strength and Speed Camp is underway at Marina High.

Camp sessions are from 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. every Monday through Thursday at the school's track until June 6.

The sessions are open to youth in grades sixth through eighth and are geared to prep athletes to compete on the track, field or court. Sessions will focus on speed development and mobility through strength, power, explosiveness, technique, safety, change of direction and sprinting mechanics, conditioning, injury prevention, leadership and character and work ethic development.

The cost is $5 per session and one-on-one sessions are available.

Youth will be coached by George Pascoe (Marina varsity football head coach), Andrew Bonsall (Marina freshman football head coach), and Turill Engleman (Marina varsity football speed and strength coach).

For more information, call Bonsall at (714) 469-5503.

— From staff reports

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