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Thomas Roberts of Huntington Beach is one of 52 Major League Baseball fans trying to become a "Cave Dweller" in the 2013 MLB Fan Cave.

Thomas, whose favorite team is the Los Angeles Dodgers, has his contest video posted at http://www.MLBFanCave.com, where fans can vote for their favorite videos. Voting is open through Wednesday. The 30 finalists will be invited to Spring Training where they will audition to be the 2013 Fan Cave Dwellers.

— From staff reports


Tryouts coming

NHB Futbol Club is holding tryouts for the 2013-2014 club soccer season for boys and girls ages 8 to 14 Sunday at Hope View Elementary School in Huntington Beach. For information, visit http://www.nhbfutbol.com.

— From staff reports


Bonanni on Team USA

Bret Bonanni of Huntington Beach, a freshman student/athlete at Stanford University, was named Jan. 24 to the USA Water Polo Men's Senior National Team. The team ended play Sunday at the UANA World Aquatic Championships Qualification Tournament at Calgary, Canada. The U.S. took the silver medal after losing, 6-5, to Canada in the gold medal game.

The U.S. team had qualified for a spot in the FINA World Championships next summer by defeating Argentina, 15-8, in a semifinal game Saturday.

A two-time All CIF Southern Section Division 1 player of the year (2010-11) at Mater Dei High, Bonanni, an attacker, was one of 13 athletes named to the roster for the qualification tournament. The team features four Olympic athletes who competed at the 2012 London Games.

— From staff reports


Camp taking place at Marina

A 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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