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Spring Sports – UPDATE

Baseball Season opens Thursday, March 5, at Laguna vs Newport Harbor, 3 p.m. Breakers are in the Foothill Division this season. The JV squad starts this weekend, Saturday, Feb. 28, hosting El Modena in a doubleheader at Skipper Carrillo Field. Baseball alumni report: Keaton Jones...

Streak Hits 50

Girls Water Polo (29-0) The juggernaut continued towards the team goal of a second straight Division I crown as Southern California’s most dominant team of all time crushed their first two opponents as expected. On Wednesday, Feb. 18 at the Laguna Community Pool, Laguna rolled to...

Class Notes

Rotary Names Science Student of the Month Rotary Club named Nicholas Rieckhoff the February student of the month in the Laguna Beach High School science department. Nicholas also served as a Boys State Delegate, is an AP scholar with distinction and has twice been silver medalist...

Spring Sports – Just Around the Corner:

Baseball – Season opens Thursday, March 5, at Laguna vs Newport Harbor, 3 p.m. start Boys Golf – will face Sage Hill on March 4 Boys Tennis – @ El Toro on February 26 Softball – opens at Santiagi/Garden Grove on March 2 Boys Volleyball – opens at Newport Harbor on March 3...

Girls Soccer (9-6-5, 7-2-1 – 3rd Place)

Breakers needed a win over Calvary Wednesday, Feb. 11, to win the league title, but settled for third place after a 0-0 tie. Laguna had a great chance early to take the lead missing a corner kick in the opening minutes. Estancia earned the league title on a tie-breaker. Breakers...

Boys Soccer (9-7-4, 5-2-3 – 2nd Place)

Breakers dropped a 2-0 match to the league champions Godinez last Monday, Feb. 9, then sealed second place with a 1-0 win over Calvary. Breakers open CIF play on Friday, Feb. 20, when they travel to La Mirada for a Division 4 first round match.  

Girls Basketball (15-11, 7-3 – 2nd Place – Tied)

Girls Basketball split their games last week dropping a 33-27 contest at Godinez then taking Calvary Chapel at home on Thursday, 43-26. Breakers, seeded 15th, open their D-4AA playoff run hosting this Saturday, Feb. 21 at 7 against the winner of Thursday’s Harvard Westlake-San...

Boys Basketball (15-13, 6-4 – 3rd Place)

Blake Burzell was limited to a season-low four points against Godinez last week, but scored 22 point in the losing effort against Calvary. He has scored 497 season points including 44 three-pointers, a freshman varsity record in 80 seasons of basketball at Laguna. Breakers lost...

Breakers Crush the Competition

By Frank Aronoff | LB Indy Girls Water Polo (27-0, 4-0 – 1st Place) Breakers closed the regular season last week crushing Godinez 22-1 and the top Division II team in the county, sixth-ranked El Toro 22-7. In the match Wednesday, Feb. 11, against the Godinez Grizzlies, all 17...

Girls Basketball League Tips Off

Registration for the girls spring basketball league for kindergarten through ninth grade at the Boys & Girls Club ends Friday, Feb. 27. The cost for club members to participate is $100 per player and includes a new team uniform. Non-club members can participate at the same...

Boys Battle For Second in League

Freshman Blake Burzel scored 24 in a 72-40 win over Estancia last Wednesday, Feb. 4, then scored 25 on Friday, Feb. 6, as the Breakers rolled past Saddleback. Laguna concludes their regular season by traveling to Godinez and hosting Calvary Chapel this week in the battle for...

Breakers Close in on Title

By Frank Aronoff | LB Indy Girls Soccer (9-6-4, 7-2-0) Renee Thomas scored in the 36th minute off a long pass by Alyssa Pellow to give the Breakers a first half lead this past Monday at Godinez. After the Grizzlies tied the match at the 50 minute mark, Audrey Pillsbury drilled...

Dancer Shares Her Skills in Master Class

Intermediate and advanced dance students are invited to participate in a master class taught by choreographer and performer Saleemah E. Knight, who was a featured dancer in the Broadway musical “The Lion King” and has choregraphed several pieces for the stage and scree...
Posted On 12 Feb 2015

Students Wield Code to Create Artificial Hands

Students in a high school multi-media design class built prosthetic fingers that are configured together to make an artificial hand by using a 3D printer. Students downloaded the necessary code and printed the components for each child-sized prosthetic “Robohand” on an Airwolf 3D...
Posted On 12 Feb 2015

District Explores Putting Meetings Online

By Rita Robinson Putting school board meetings online in real time videos was a campaign pitch by school board candidate Dee Perry. Within months of taking office, the newly elected school board member is pressing district staff to make that promise a reality. “I really care...