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Baseball Season Ends in Second Round

Baseball (20-7) Granite Hills (18-7) used an eight run outburst in the second inning to power past Laguna 14-7 last Tuesday, May 26, on a windy field in Apple Valley. The Breakers young pitching staff was unable to hold the Cougars, whose win allows them to advance to the...

Breakers Return as State Regional Champs

Boys Volleyball (22-9)   Breakers rallied to defeat top seed Saddleback Valley Christian (30-5) on Saturday, May 29, at Cerritos College, a record fifth title in seven years. The Warriors, who extensively scouted the Breakers, are the three-time defending Division 4 section...

Sporting Briefs

LBHS Athletes Receive Honors Laguna Beach High School students Halie Redfearn and John Grayden were recently named students of the month by LBHS athletic department and are being honored by Laguna Rotary Club. Redfearn is the MVP for varsity softball and JV tennis. She was also...

Laguna Cyclist Places First

Laguna Beach High School freshman, Massimo Lucidi placed first in the 15-16 junior cycling race on May 24 at the Barry Wolf Grand Prix Criterium in Thousand Oaks. He is now eligible to compete in USA cycling’s nationals next month in Lake Tahoe where he will be racing for...

Track & Field

Girls 5th at CIF The Laguna girls recorded their best finish in over 30 years in the Southern Section CIF Division IV finals, held Saturday, May 23, at Cerritos College. Breakers competed in Division 4, limited to schools under 1,030 students and had the highest finish for a...

A Drive That Does Double Duty

Top of the World fifth graders who held a food drive at local grocery stores earlier this month collected 2,700 pounds of food for the Laguna Food Pantry. Students elected to create a class service project as they prepare to move up to Thurston Middle School. They asked shoppers...

Double Bill

Thurston Students Perform in Year’s Last Show A musical rendition of “Legally Blonde,” will be performed by Thurston Middle School students through June 6 at the Black Box Theatre, 2100 Park Ave. Mark Dressler’s last show promises to impress with the actors’ comedic timing and...

Boys Tennis (19-4)

Redlands Stops Laguna Title Quest 12-6 The Terriers swept Laguna 9-0 in singles to dominate the Division 4 CIF final last Friday, May 22, at the Claremont Club in Claremont. Breakers completing their 81st season had advanced to the finals for only the ninth time in the program’s...

Baseball (20-6)

Breakers broke open a scoreless game on their way to a 20-0 rout of the visiting Colton Yellowjackets (15-12) last Friday afternoon at Skipper Carrillo Field. The victory sent Laguna this past Tuesday, May 26, to Apple Valley to face a tough Granite Hills (17-7) squad from the...

Heartbreak Loss in Section Playoffs

Second Seed for State Regionals Boys Volleyball (19-8) Laguna dropped a tough semifinal contest 20-25, 25-22, 23-25, 21-25 last Wednesday, May 20, to the eventual Division 2 champion Oak Park Eagles from Ventura County before a good crowd at Dugger Gym. Unforced errors...

Two Students Win Regional Surf Titles

Double overhead sets created challenging and exciting wave conditions during the National Scholastic Surf Association’s West Coast Regional Championships where two students from Laguna Beach won regional titles May 14-17. Thurston Surf Team rider Kayla Coscino took the title for...

Laguna Rides Well

The Laguna Beach High School surf team competed in the Scholastic Surf Series High School State Championships held at Church’s Beach (Trestles) earlier this month. Dante Madrigal and Jake Levine competed in the shortboard contest against San Diguito and Michael Chapman also did...

On the Roster

Boosters Sponsor Heart Screenings Cardiac screenings for ages 5 and up will be available at Laguna Beach High School, 635 Park Ave., from 2:30-5:30 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday, June 3 and 4 for a donation of $85. Schedule appointments on line at: heartfeltcardiacprojects.org....

Class Notes

Trio Scores Gear for Poor Kids Laguna Beach High School freshmen James Langton and Sterling Butler and junior Drake Butler have stepped up to continue the Score 4 the Poor program begun in 2011 by Rory Saunders and Chris Tellez. During May they are collecting gently used soccer...

PTA Honors its President With an Award

Laguna Beach PTA Council President Kathleen Fay was recently awarded the California PTA’s most prestigious honor, the Golden Oak Service Award. Fay was selected for her exceptional contributions to the school-community’s children for over a decade, said council historian Lisa...