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Class Notes

Local Teen to Sing With Stars Tessa Mansour, a cast member of the Laguna Beach High School musical “Bye Bye Birdie,” will also perform alongside professionals at Celebrity Fight Night, a charity event honoring Muhammad Ali, in Phoenix, Ariz., on Saturday, March 28. Tessa will...

Vocational Program Shifts Direction

The location of Regional Occupational Program classes for Laguna Beach High School students may change next year, with the program eventually dissolving into a broader curriculum, according to school officials. “ROPs are going away across the state,” Darlene Messinger, the...

Breakers Extend League Win Streak to 36

Baseball (3-4, 2-0) Laguna opened their Orange Coast League campaign with a pair of big wins to extend their league win streak to 36 consecutive games dating back to 2012. The run is the eighth longest in SS-CIF history and nine games from the all-time Orange County record held...

Large Crowd Witnesses Record-Setting Day

Coco Putnam won the 400m dash and the 300m hurdles on her home track to lead the Laguna Beach High School girls varsity to a fourth place finish out of 28 teams at the Trophy Invitational Saturday, March 21. Charles Warner finished eighth in the 110m hurdles to score the only...

Boys Volleyball (4-3)

Breakers were off since losing to Corona del Mar on Tuesday, March 17, and started their 10-match league season this past Thursday, March 26, at Costa Mesa. Laguna is the clear favorite to capture their ninth consecutive league title and the program’s 29th in the past 44 seasons...

Boys Golf (3-3)

Laguna split their series with Aliso Niguel winning 205-207 at Aliso Viejo CC on Tuesday, March 17, but lost to the Wolverines 191-193 on Thursday, March 19, at The Ranch in Laguna Beach. Breakers hosted Calvary this past Wednesday, March 25, and faced Estancia on Thursday, March...

Softball (0-5)

Girls returned to play on Thursday, March 26, hosting Santiago from Garden Grove. Breakers will host Saddleback Valley Christian on Wednesday, April 1, and will start league play on April 14 at Costa Mesa.

Boys Tennis (4-2)

Laguna lost 11-7 to Huntington Beach on Tuesday, March 17, as the squad dropped three very close doubles matches that proved to be the difference. Stuart Weiss won two singles matches and Ryan Gee teamed with Hayden Seitz and won two of three doubles matches. On Thursday, March...

‘Birdie’ Sings Dressler’s Swan Song

Park Avenue Players’ presentation of “Bye Bye Birdie,” continues at the Laguna Beach High School Artists’ Theatre for two more weekends. The production will be the final spring musical by director Mark Dressler, who after 25 years with the school district will retire in June. The...

Class notes

Making Waves in Sacramento Former resident Gordon Belyea and 19 other Cal Poly San Luis Obispo students stood on the steps of the state capitol this past Monday, March 9, basking in the recognition of state lawmakers. The mechanical engineering major who graduated from Laguna...

Breakers Dominate All-CIF Selections

As expected, with a 31-0 season the entire starting line-up of the girls water polo squad earned all-CIF honors for 2015. Stanford-bound Makenzie Fischer is again the player of the year and coach Ethan Damato again took coach-of-the-year honors. Fischer is the team’s only senior....

Swimming 1-0

The swim squads participated in the Los Alamitos Relays this past Saturday, March 14, and opens league on Wednesday, March 25, hosting Saddleback.

Girls Softball

Girls continue to struggle as the Breakers dropped a pair of tournament games to league colleagues. On Friday, March 13, Estancia prevailed 17-3 while Saddleback won their first game this year defeating Laguna 19-6 on Saturday, March 14, at TeWinkle Field in Costa Mesa. Laguna...

Boys Tennis (4-1)

Laguna defeated J Serra 13-5 on Tuesday, March 10, as the squad won five singles and eight doubles for the win. On Thursday, March 12, Laguna took Trabuco Hills 14-4 winning eight singles matches with sweeps by top-ranked Tristian Krogius 6-3, 6-1, 6-0 and third ranked Ethan Gee...