Area Roundup: Cheyne Hayes to conduct beach volleyball classes

Former Paso Robles High standout Cheyne Hayes will be teaching three-day youth volleyball classes focusing on fundamental skills and strategy in the sand at Pismo Beach next week.

Classes run Monday through Wednesday at Wadsworth Courts. The two-hour advanced class for ages 12- 17 begins at 9 a.m., and the beginner class for ages 7-11 runs from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Cost is $60 per person and walk-ups are welcome.

For more information, contact the City of Pismo Beach.

San Luis Obispo doubles tennis event set for Saturday

The San Luis Obispo doubles tennis championships will be held Saturday at Sinsheimer Park, with adults playing from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and juniors competing from 2 to 6 p.m.

Fifty competitors from the Central Coast, ranging from ages 9-60, will be participating.

For more information, contact Scott Cleere at 431-6758.

Arroyo Grande's Brown wins track coaching award

The California Coaches Association selected its spring coaches of the year for the Southern Section, and Arroyo Grande High’s James Brown is the recipient in boys track and field.

According to the organization, Brown has been a fixture on the Central Coast and the Southern Section for 37 years, including 17 of them as the varsity head coach at Arroyo Grande. His boys team owns a 97-5 dual-meet record over that span, including 12 league titles and one section title to go along with a state title in 2001.

Brown, along with the other CCA winners, will be submitted as finalists for the organization’s state coaches of the year in June 2013.