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Another weekend at the beach

Tribune staff reports

The eighth annual Club Nero in Caesars Tahoe Men’s 3A Lake Tahoe Beach Volleyball Tournament returns to Zephyr Cove Resort on Saturday and Sunday.

Professional beach volleyball players from Southern California are making the annual trip to the tournament to compete for $1,500 minimum in prize money.

Registration is limited to 32 teams. Contact Philip Orr at (530) 542-9218 ext. 4 or E-mail or for more information, see

BMX skill clinic Friday

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A BMX skill development clinic is scheduled for 5-8 p.m. Friday at the South Tahoe BMX track at 1100 Lyons Ave.

Pro rider Daniel Greer will instruct riders of all ages and skill levels. The cost is $25 per rider. All participants will receive prizes.

For more information, phone the track hotline at (530) 542-9337.

Football camp at STHS

South Tahoe High’s football team will participate in the Dave Humphers Championship Defensive Camp Friday and Saturday at South Tahoe High School.

Humphers coaches Northern California powerhouse Nevada Union. Other teams that will participate include North Valleys, Sonora, Pittman (Stockton) and Colfax.

Camp times are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Drop-in baseball resumes Sunday

Joe Laub’s Sandlot Drop-in Baseball program resumes Sunday at Kahle Park.

The program continues through Aug. 18, with no play planned on July 21.

Laub’s program, which is sponsored by the Douglas County Parks & Recreation Department, stresses fun and noncompetitive development of baseball skills and teamwork. Players ages 9 to 12, including 2003 Little League major level players, as well as Babe Ruth players, are welcome.

Warm-ups and instructional drills are at 3 p.m., with a pickup game starting at 4 p.m. Teams and batting orders are randomly selected.

Players should bring a glove and cup. All other equipment will be supplied. For more information, phone Laub at (775) 588-1744.

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