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Class Notes

Class Notes

Local Heads East Laguna Beach High School graduate, Nathaniel L. Colburn, son of Susan Anderson and Bolton Colburn of Aliso Viejo, will attend Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y. Colburn was selected from a pool of 5,071 applicants to the college and joins a class of 470. Swim Training Starts for Youngsters= Swim Team Prep at […]

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High School Sports Update

High School Sports Update

By Frank Aronoff | LB Indy  Girls Volleyball (6-9) Breakers Continue to Improve, Rally Past San Juan Hills After a rough 1-6 start losing close matches, the Laguna Beach girls volleyball squad bounced back to finish 22nd out of 64 teams at the 20th Durango Las Vegas Fall Classic and followed up by defeating San […]

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Cross Country Runners Shine at Woodbridge

Cross Country Runners Shine at Woodbridge

    By Robert Campbell | LB Indy   Laguna Beach High School boys and girls cross country teams took first place in the Division IV novice races at the 34th Annual Woodbridge Cross Country Classic last Friday, Sept. 19, at the Great Park in Irvine. The freshman boys came away with a third place […]

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High School Sports Update

High School Sports Update

Westminster Overpowers Laguna By Frank Aronoff | LB Indy Football (1-2) Laguna traveled to a beautifully refurbished stadium in Westminster Friday, Sept. 19, where the third-ranked Lions (2-1) proved as good as their Southern Division CIF ranking, winning 57-21. Laguna and the Golden West League school had never met in football before. The Breakers entered […]

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Campus Paper Writes Up a Show

Campus Paper Writes Up a Show

A concert featuring Laguna Beach High School students, faculty and alumni performing classic rock and current music is planned for Friday, Oct. 3, at the Artists Theatre. The 6:30 p.m. concert helps raise funds for the campus newspaper, The Brush and Palette. Student tickets of $5 will be available in advance from staff members at […]

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Schools Offer Classes on Better Parenting

Schools Offer Classes on Better Parenting

Parents of children 5 to 10 with challenging behaviors can learn parenting skills in a seven-week program offered by the school district. The program will run seven consecutive Wednesdays, Oct. 8-Nov. 19, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Susi Q Senior Center, 380 Third St. Marriage and family therapist Laura Rivas will lead the […]

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Class Notes

Class Notes

Laguna Local Looks Good Laguna Beach resident Sandee Thibault, the daughter of Gilbert Thibault, made the spring 2014 dean’s list at California State University, Sacramento, where she is majoring in sociology and psychology.

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Coach Taps His Roots to Help Team Plant Their Own

Coach Taps His Roots to Help Team Plant Their Own

By Robert Campbell | LB Indy Laguna Beach High’s cross country teams last week traveled in Little Falls, Minn., where the girls put on an impressive early season display in winning the 49th annual Lucky Lindy Invitational 68-92 over Hopkins, a 2,200-student school from Minnetonka. “I thought it was an awesome way to start the […]

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High School Sports Update

High School Sports Update

University Spoils Home Opener – 37-10 By Frank Aronoff | LB Indy Breaker miscues led to early Trojan points in the contest played Friday, Sept. 12, at Guyer Field. Still Laguna was in the contest until the final seconds of the first half when the visitors connected on a one-play 79-yard bomb to kill the […]

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Aquathon Holds Mystique for Novice and Veterans Alike

Aquathon Holds Mystique for Novice and Veterans Alike

By Robert Campbell | LB Indy After event organizer Gary Cogorno made his traditional mock announcement that the annual Aquathon was cancelled, several hundred ocean enthusiasts headed for the rocky point at the south end of Emerald Bay last Sunday, Sept. 14, to begin a surf and turf trek that for most wouldn’t end until […]

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High School Sports Update

High School Sports Update

By Frank Aronoff | LB Indy Girls Golf (0-4) Breakers dropped a 206-248 match to Aliso Niguel on Tuesday, Sept. 9, at Aliso Viejo CC and concluded their non-league matches this past Tuesday hosting Dana Hills at home at The Ranch. League play begins on Sept. 24 at Costa Mesa. Girls Volleyball (1-6) Laguna is […]

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Dentist Urges Prevention for Football Players.

Dentist Urges Prevention for Football Players.

Dental injuries are the most common type of facial injury sustained during participation in sports. The majority of these injuries are preventable, according to Laguna Beach dentist Adam Vaghari, who recently took over a practice at 31655 S. Coast Highway, Suite B. An athlete is 60 times more likely to sustain damage to the teeth […]

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Teams Assembling for Dodgeball Contest

Teams Assembling for Dodgeball Contest

The toil, tears and sweat known as SchoolPower’s Dodgeball Tournament V will fill the Laguna Beach High School gyms on Wednesday, Oct. 15. Thirty-two junior division teams will start competing at 3:15 p.m. and the 24-team adult division begins at 5:30 p.m. The Laguna Beach Lifeguards will return to defend their two-time championship title in […]

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New Administrators Join School District

New Administrators Join School District

Two newcomers joined the school district’s administrative team, the district announced this week. Jeff Dixon was hired as the director of facilities and Amy Kernan as the coordinator of assessment, accountability and special projects. The hires were approved by the school board on Aug. 26. Dixon’s experience includes school construction management and maintenance, most recently […]

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Class Notes

Class Notes

Montage Hosts Scholarship Contest The second annual Montage Memory Makers contest will reward young humanitarians ages 13-17, with $10,000 scholarships to an accredited college or university. Through Sept. 26 entrants who meet the contest requirements may visit montagehotels.com/memory and upload a 300-word essay and a video detailing their efforts to inspire and provide service to […]