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Beach Volleyball

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  • Ross, Kessy ousted

    Ross, Kessy ousted
    LONG BEACH –— Network television cameras will still capture images of April Ross this weekend at the Federation Internationale de Volleyball World Series of Beach Volleyball at Marine Green Park. But it won't be in the more prestigious Grand...
  • Beach Volleyball: Latest rivalry delivers

    LONG BEACH — The next great American men's beach volleyball rivalry is still in its early stages, but the semifinal matchup between Costa Mesa resident Jake Gibb and partner Casey Patterson against 2008 Olympic gold medalist Phil Dalhausser and...
  • Beach Volleyball: Ross, Kessy prevail in wild semi

    Beach Volleyball: Ross, Kessy prevail in wild semi
    LONG BEACH — It was somehow fitting that the team with the most history behind it came out on top in the inaugural final of the World Series Cup as part of the World Series of Beach Volleyball on Saturday at Marine Green Park. This was, after all,...
  • Volleyball: Randy Stoklos is new coach at Palisades

     
    Randy Stoklos, a Palisades High grad who became a standout at UCLA and in beach volleyball, has been hired as the boys' volleyball coach at Palisades. He was an assistant coach last season and replaces Chris Forrest, who left to......
  • Gene Selznick dies at 82; beach volleyball player pioneered sport in Southern California

    Gene Selznick dies at 82; beach volleyball player pioneered sport in Southern California
    Gene Selznick, a beach volleyball player who pioneered the sport in Southern California and twice coached U.S. teams in the Olympics, died Sunday at Kindred Hospital in Los Angeles. He was 82. His family said he had multiple health issues, including...
  • Pro volleyball player suing city

    Olivia Waldowski, a professional volleyball player, filed a lawsuit against Huntington Beach and the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour after getting injured while competing during an event in June in the city. Waldowski was injured by a piece of lumber...
  • Sportsworld delivers in the end, beats UPS Store

    The final regular-season game in the Laguna Beach Little League AAA Division was a close contest between Sportsworld and UPS Store until the final innings, where division champion Sportsworld pulled away to score an 11-2 victory. UPS starting pitcher...
  • Another Preakness distraction: beach volleyball in the Infield

    Another Preakness distraction: beach volleyball in the Infield
    One of the many competitions taking place in the Infield at Pimlico today -- along with the bikini contest, a 64-team cornhole tournament and some kind of competitive eating event you couldn't pay me to watch -- is the National Volleyball League’s...
  • Business leaders propose walking bridge, light shows, waterfront park for Inner Harbor

    While the city reviews proposals to invigorate the Inner Harbor, the Greater Baltimore Committee unveiled a vision of its own, highlighted by a pedestrian bridge that would link the north and south shores, allowing visitors for the first time to walk a...
  • Beach volleyball: Jose Cuervo Series doubles events for 2012 tour

    Beach volleyball: Jose Cuervo Series doubles events for 2012 tour
    Last August, the Jose Cuervo Pro Beach Volleyball Series debuted a three-event tournament in an effort to revive pro beach volleyball’s foothold on domestic sand, a foothold that had started to sink when the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals shut...
  • Two area youth soccer teams win titles

    Two North Huntington Beach Futbol Club girls' soccer teams won their respective division championships at the Newport Mesa Cup played Memorial Day weekend. The girls' Under-14 team, playing as a team for the first time, started its summer season by...