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11 Titles Won in 78th Season

Breakers competed in 21 of the Orange Coast League’s 22 sports this past season, (Laguna does not field a wrestling team) capturing 11 conference titles. In the post-season, boys’ water polo captured the CIF Division III Southern Section title, the 37th team title in the school’s history and the team’s second consecutive.

 

In addition, a number of other teams recorded historic seasons. The football team achieved their best record in 66 years, advancing to the section semifinals, finishing 10-3 on the season, and setting most of the all-time game and season scoring records. Fans should look forward to the fall as the core of this juggernaut returns for 2012.

 

During the winter, girls’ soccer took their first league crown in 31 seasons and achieved a record 14-match unbeaten streak. Girls’ water polo lost in the competitive Division I semifinal, losing to eventual champion Newport Harbor 7-6 in double overtime.

 

In the spring, boys swimming finished second in the Division III meet for the sport’s best post-season finish in school history. Track earned a league title with a surprise upset of defending champion Godinez in the league meet after dropping a 77-44 dual meet during the season. Boys volleyball won their 26th league crown and continued their Southern Section streak, making the playoffs for the 39th straight season

 

Fall Title:

Girls Tennis (6th straight)

Girls Volleyball (7th straight)

Boys Water Polo (6th straight)

 

Winter Titles

Boys Basketball (6th straight)

Girls Soccer

Girls Water Polo (6th straight)

 

Spring Titles

Boys Swimming (4th straight)

Girls Swimming (5th straight)

Boys Tennis (5th straight)

Boys Track & Field

Boys Volleyball (6th straight)

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