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Laguna Beach Water Polo Club Wins Silver

Laguna Beach Water Polo Club Wins Silver

By Steve Riches   The Laguna Beach Water Polo teams, 14U and 12U each won silver medals in the Southern Pacific Junior Olympic Qualifying Tournament thus qualifying for the Junior Olympics National Championships Regional Junior Olympic Water Polo Qualifying Tournaments are held countrywide to field a select group of teams to compete in this summer’s Junior […]

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High School Sports Update

High School Sports Update

Laguna Concludes Most Successful Season Ever Baseball (27-3, 15-0) Breakers had their chances on June 3 in the SSCIF D-4 semifinal game at Kendall Field in Torrance with plenty of “if’s” and “what if’s” to go around. Laguna lost a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the sixth inning before losing 4-3 with two outs […]

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Runner Records Two More Wins

Runner Records Two More Wins

Maija Shaw, a fifth-grader from Top of the World Elementary, continued her win streak at the Southern California Municipal Athletic Federation Track & Field Championships June 1 in Downey. Maija ran 29.6 seconds in the 200 meter and 1:09.3 seconds in the 400, winning both races. She previously won both events at the Laguna Beach […]

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Searching for Identity, Team Finds Its Leaders

Searching for Identity, Team Finds Its Leaders

On the eve of the 2014 season, the Laguna Beach High School boys’ volleyball team was having somewhat of an identity crisis. Its floor general and setter Grifan Fair and top three hitters, including emotional leader Weston Barnes, had graduated. Returning middle blocker Noah Blanton and outside hitter Alec Wulff played the final game of […]

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High School Sports Update

High School Sports Update

Title Quest Ends a Run Short By Frank Aronoff Laguna’s quest to make their first Southern Section CIF finals in 76 seasons of baseball fell short on Tuesday, June 3, as the Breakers dropped a 4-3 decision in nine innings at  Torrance High School. Breakers built a 3-0 lead through five and ½ innings with […]

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Class Notes

Class Notes

Preschool Concludes With Two Sendoffs   The Even Start Preschool graduation on Friday, June 13, celebrates another year readying children for kindergarten as well as a send off for Preschool DirectorTerry Anne Barman, who will be retiring. She would like to celebrate with all the children and families of the past 20 years. Please bring […]

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Grants Nourish Teacher Ideas

Grants Nourish Teacher Ideas

An annual teacher grant An annual teacher grant program, designed so ideas can be quickly funded and put into action, encourages Laguna Beach instructors, administrators and classified staff to submit proposals that will have a direct impact on students. “Schoolpower allows us to go beyond the walls of the classroom and explore,” said Linda Hill-Lindsay, […]

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Aspiring Doctor Disembarks for India Again

Aspiring Doctor Disembarks for India Again

By Donna Furey | LB Indy As a freshman at Laguna Beach High School, Alia Manetta took up her mom’s invitation to join her watching “60 Minutes.” The now soon-to-be sophomore at UCLA says that the program they watched about people who work in third world countries changed her life. After seeing the show, Manetta […]

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Title Quest Ends a Run Short

Title Quest Ends a Run Short

Laguna’s quest to make their first Southern Section CIF finals in 76 seasons of baseball fell short on Tuesday, June 3, as the Breakers dropped a 4-3 decision in nine innings at  Torrance High School. Breakers built a 3-0 lead through five and ½ innings with Preston Grand Pre’s two doubles scoring two of the […]

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Laguna Wins Regional Volleyball Championship

Laguna Wins Regional Volleyball Championship

The Breakers defeated ninth-ranked Saddleback Valley Christian 25-13, 25-15, 23-25, 25-11 to capture their fourth enrollment based state regional title in six seasons this past Saturday, May 31, at Cerritos College. Laguna’s crown is the most by any school in this event and put the Breakers all-time record at 10-1 in five post-season appearances. The […]

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Denuding Slope Part of a Bigger Plan

Denuding Slope Part of a Bigger Plan

By Donna Furey | LB Indy Clearing landscaping along the southwest corner of the Laguna Beach High School field last week was intended to push ahead a plan to re-landscape the area, a school official said this week. Although there is no new landscape plan in hand, preliminary renderings from Valley Crest Landscape Company of […]

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Class Notes

Class Notes

Parents to Meet New Principal The Top of the World Elementary community is invited to meet the school’s new principal, Michael Conlon, at 6 p.m. Monday, June 2. Conlon, a local resident, was appointed last month. He starts on the job in August. Classes Introduce Art to Children Imagine Wisdom Education offers a free art […]

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Students Compete in Solar Cup

Students Compete in Solar Cup

Laguna Beach High School students who built a solar-powered boat finished 22nd in a race against their peers in the Metropolitan Water District’s 12th annual Solar Cup. About 40 schools sent teams for the three-day event at Lake Skinner in Temecula. This is the LBHS team’s third entry in the event. Students of physics teachers […]

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Volleyball Open Returns to the Beach

Volleyball Open Returns to the Beach

Beach volley players are invited to join the 59th annual Men’s Laguna Open Volleyball Tournament on Saturday and Sunday, June 7 and 8 at Main Beach. Matches start after 9 a.m. and compete for a $4,000 purse. Local musician Jason Feddy and other musical acts will entertain Saturday on the cobblestones near the courts and […]