March 30, 1987
Tricia Gill of Newport Beach won the women's final Sunday in the Aloe-Up Cup Professional Surfing Assn. event at Oceanside Harbor. She earned $250. Janice Aragon of Huntington Beach finished second. In the men's competition, John Shimooka of Honolulu outperformed three other surfers to win first place and $1,500. Richie Collins of Costa Mesa finished second and won $700. Paul Barr of Carlsbad was third and Mike Lambresi of Oceanside was fourth.
September 25, 1985
Scott Crump and Dan Smith, both surfing in their hometown, topped the list of qualifiers after the first day of competition in the Stubbies Pro International Tournament Tuesday at Oceanside Harbor. Twenty-eight of the 56 qualifying heats were completed Tuesday leading up to the tournament's main event, which starts Thursday. Among the 10 other San Diegans who stayed alive were Paul Barr of Carlsbad, Todd Martin of Encinitas and Danny Connor of San Diego.
June 29, 1986
Mike Lambresi, of Oceanside, and five other San Diego County surfers have advanced to the final round of preliminary heats of the second $5,000 Aloe-Up Cup at Harbor Beach, the fourth stop on the U.S. Pro Tour of Surfing. Phil Treibel and Chris Adams, both of Carlsbad, Chris Menzie and Danny Conner, both of San Diego, and Rick Lasch of Del Mar also advanced to today's round. The top 16 amateurs from today's final preliminaries will meet the top 16 professionals for the $1,500 first prize.
September 26, 1985
South African Mike Burness, the sixth-ranked surfer in the world, will lead a talented field into today's first round of the Stubbies Pro International Surfing Tournament at Oceanside Harbor, which starts at 7 a.m. Burness, one of 48 surfers still remaining in the tournament, will surf against Oceanside's Chuy Reyna today. Only 32 surfers will compete in today's first round. The top 16 qualifiers received byes. The championship will be decided on Sunday.
June 14, 1985
Running backs Eric Dickerson, Marcus Allen, Walter Payton, Ottis Anderson and Franco Harris will headline the field in the Gordon's Gin sports celebrity tennis tournament Monday through Thursday at the La Costa Hotel and Spa. The field includes 40 athletes from 11 sports competing in round-robin mixed doubles. Among the female competitors is Candy Costie-Burke, a 1984 Olympic gold medal winner in synchronized swimming.
January 26, 1986
Two former winners were eliminated from the $16,000 Katin Pro/Am Team Challenge surfing contest at Huntington Beach Saturday. Willie Morris of Woodland Hills, last year's winner, and Michael Ho of Hawaii, who won the event in 1980 and finished second last year, failed to qualify for today's final rounds. Each finished third in his heat, and only the top two surfers advanced. Among the 16 surfers competing today are Shaun Tomson of South Africa and Martin Potter of the United Kingdom.