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Rotary Shines a Spotlight on Aviva Meyers

The Laguna Beach Rotary Club named Aviva Meyers its January student of the month. The Laguna Beach High School senior and National Merit semi-finalist is also a Girls’ State nominee, a Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam grant winner, and Model United Nations best delegate. After...

It’s Shap Show Time!

The 27th Annual Shap Show, “No Suits Allowed,” returns to the Laguna Beach High School Artists’ Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 7. The show is the annual senior fundraiser benefiting a safe and sober grad night. Tickets for an evening of musical entertainment featuring...

New Sports Team Takes to the Trails

The newly established Laguna Beach Interscholastic Mountain Bike Team, made up of three girls and seven boys from Thurston Middle School, will compete this season in the SoCal League of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association. The team’s three-race schedule kicks off...

Girls Soccer (4-6-4, 2-2-0)

Breakers had a tough week losing on Tuesday, Jan. 20 at Estancia as the Eagles scored on two penalty shots including one in the closing minutes to seal the victory. Breakers suffered another tough loss on Thursday as Calvary Chapel scored in the second half to earn a win at...

Boys Soccer (6-5-3, 2-0-2)

Breakers are currently in second place in a four-team race for three playoff spots. Last week Laguna earned a big 0-0 tie at Estancia on Wednesday and then a 3-0 win on Friday over Calvary Chapel at Centennial Park. Laguna will host Estancia next Wednesday, Feb. 4, at 6:30 p.m....

Girls Basketball (11-9, 3-1)

  Breakers hung with defending champion Estancia for the first half but foul issues allowed the host Eagles to cruise to a 49-25 win in Costa Mesa on Tuesday, Jan. 20. Breakers came back on Thursday to bury Calvary Chapel 53-32 at the Calvary Gym. Jackie Cenan and Alexandra...

Boys Basketball (11-11, 3-1)

  Calvary Chapel foiled a last second shot attempt by Laguna to upset the Breakers 49-48 last Friday, Jan. 23 at the Eagle Gym. The victory snapped a 26-game league win streak for Laguna dating back to 2012. The Breakers were playing without No. 3 scorer, Darin Richardson...

Breakers Swamp Saddleback 26-8

  Girls Water Polo (17-0, 2-0) The Laguna water polo team rolled past Saddleback 26-8 last Wednesday, Jan. 21 at the local pool as the fearless Roadrunner shooters (14-8, 1-1) tallied eight goals against the Laguna defense. Makenzie Fischer fed Mia Salvini for the Breakers...

Youngsters Compete for Top Rides

The local Soul Surfing School will sends its team to compete Saturday, Jan. 21 at Church Beach, located at Camp Pendleton. Spectators and competitors are able to enter the military base and park in a designated area near the competition site, said the school’s Brandon Phillip...

Cycling Legend Partners With Tire Maker

Laguna local and mountain biking champion Hans Rey agreed to a deal with Hwa Fong, which makes 300 different types of bicycle tires. Rey will help Hwa Fong research, develop and market its Duro brand with his 30 years of experience as an extreme athlete and professional mountain...

LBHS Surfers Continue to Rip in Scholastic Series

The Orange County High School League saw rain, light winds and 3-4 foot waves at Ninth Street in Huntington Beach when the Laguna Beach High School team competed during the third Scholastic Surf competition on Saturday, Jan. 10. Laguna Beach went head to head against S...

Student Work Reveals ‘Mindful” Awareness

The public is invited to experience a unique art show of over 400 artworks in the garden of Anneliese Schools’ Manzanita campus, 758 Manzanita St., from 2-5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 29. The show’s theme of Mindfulness will feature art done by kindergarten through third grade...

Youth Polo Team Takes First

The Laguna Beach Water Polo Club’s under 10 co-ed “A” team brought home a first place medal from the eighth annual Pacific Winter Classic tournament earlier this month at Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego. The players are Sai Bassett, Joey Capobianco, Sophie...