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Boys Golf (2-2)

Laguna dropped a pair to highly regarded Dana Hills losing 182-199 at Aliso Viejo County Club on Wednesday, March 11, and 180-212 at El Niguel on Thursday, March 12. This past week the Breakers faced Aliso Niguel in a pair of matches before league play opens on Wednesday, March...

Boys Baseball

Baseball (1-4) Laguna split their remaining Newport Elks games last week starting with a 2-1 victory over St Paul on Wednesday, March 11, at home. Junior Will McInerny pitched a complete game allowing five hits striking out nine in the effort. Will was also two for two in...

Boys Volleyball

Boys Volleyball (4-3) Corona del Mar Sweeps Laguna A full strength Sea King squad swept the Breakers 25-13, 25-21, 25-20 on Tuesday, March 17, at Dugger Gym. Breakers Tyler Alter, Ben Jones, and Barry Greenough recorded 15 kills and a lofty .667 hitting percentage. The win by CdM...

Rotary Slips By Hobie, 10-9

Intermediate division Little League teams Rotary and Hobie suited up to play in conditions at Riddle Field this past Saturday, March 14. Rotary held off a ferocious comeback by Hobie to come out ahead 10-9 in seven innings. Connor Fink led Hobie with three hits while Paxton...

Math Classes to Undergo Changes Next Fall

With an uncommon dissenting vote, the Laguna Beach Unified School District voted 4-1 Tuesday to change how math is taught. The change will eliminate geometry in the eighth grade. New board member Dee Perry voted against the changes, which will commence next fall. She supported a...

Schools Explore Higher Fence to Catch Power Hits

Updated March 27: After 12 years of hearing complaints from neighbors who have collected more than 500 over-the-fenc baseballs, the school board is considering installing a higher fence around the Laguna Beach High School baseball field. Resident David Nelson lives on St. Ann’s...

‘Birdie’ Sings Dressler’s Swan Song

The curtain goes up on the Park Avenue Players’ presentation of “Bye Bye Birdie,” Friday, March 13, for a three weekend run in the Laguna Beach High School Artists’ Theatre. The production will be the final spring musical by director Mark Dressler, who after 25 years with the...

Class Notes

District Spotlights its Employee of the Year El Morro Elementary maintenance worker Diego Perez, a 16-year employee of the school district, was named employee of the year. “His skill level, attention to detail, and passion to support our schools clearly set him apart and make it...

Breakers Tooling Up for Major Meet

Track & Field Breakers competed in a non-scoring meet with El Dorado on Thursday, March 5, and traveled to Palos Verdes Saturday, March 7, for another meet. The squad ‘s next competition is the annual Trophy Meet here on March 21.

Cameron Karkoska Sets Record

Swimming (1-0) Laguna’s talented swim program opened the 2015 season with a pair of dual meet wins with the boys topping Pacifica 109-61 and the Girls winning 108-59. Cameron Karkoska wasted no time on the school record book assault, recording a 47.09 in the 100 free breaking the...

Breakers Start Strong

Boys Volleyball (1-0) Breakers faced two tough matches this past week with D-1 # 4 San Clemente on Tuesday, March 10 a real test. Santa Margarita this past Thursday is ranked # 9 in the latest SSCIF D-I poll. This Saturday, Laguna will return to the UCSB Thunderdome for the 40th...

Boys Split a Pair of Matches

Boys Tennis (2-1) Breakers defeated San Juan Hills 11-7 on Tuesday, March 3, but dropped a 12-6 contest to Newport Harbor on Thursday, March 5. The 2015 squad is dominating in doubles play but continues to struggle in singles. This past week Laguna traveled to J Serra and hosted...

Golf Team Plays a Full Week

Boys Golf (2-0) Laguna took their second match from Sage Hill beating the Lightning 197-210 on Wednesday, March 4 at the Aliso Viejo County Club. Breakers faced Dana Hills this past week in two matches and will play Aliso Viejo in a pair next week.

Rough Start for Pitchers at Newport Elks

Baseball (0-3) Laguna’s 77th season got off to a rough start for the pitching staff. On Thursday, March 5, Evan Chalmers (Laguna ’82) brought his Newport Harbor squad for a rare visit to Laguna and the Tars won 7-2 for a 16th win by Newport in the 18-game series that dates back...