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Basketball

Boys Basketball (6-2) Breakers opened this past week’s Charlie Wilkens Tournament with a 72-45 romp over host Westminster on Tuesday, Dec. 15. Blake Burzell and Darin Richardson each scored 18 points with 13 from Karim Jones and 12 by Isaac Wulff. Last week, Laguna picked up a...

Laguna Schools Earn Recognition

State School Superintendent Tom Torlakson has recognized the Laguna Beach Unified School District as one of the three leading digital districts in the state, the district’s Chief Technology Officer, Mike Morrison, said in a statement. “These bright spots serve as lights of...

Locals Compete in Cross Country Championships

Laguna Beach cross country runners participated in the Southern California Municipal Athletic Federation Cross Country Championships at Central Park in Santa Clarita on Saturday, Dec. 5.  

Rotary Names its December Student

Laguna Beach High School student Natalie Shutts was recently honored by Laguna Rotary Club as student of the month. Natalie received a National Merit commendation and awards for global studies. She is an active debater with Model UN and has participated in a debate association in...

Wanted: An Experienced Leader to Stay Put

Most everybody wants the new superintendent for the Laguna Beach Unified School District to be here for the long haul, according to preliminary input from meetings with the public, students, district staff and board members. They don’t want the new superintendent to use the...

Fall All-Orange Coast League Selections

Cross Country Boys: Drake Butler and Penn Neilson, seniors   Girls MVP: Grace LaMontagne, sophomore Girls: Taylor Alverez, senior; Ana Kelly, junior; Lauryn Alverez, senior; Molly Cohn and Bella Fonk, freshmen.  Football 1st Team: Jack Simon, senior; Zach Fields, sophomore Girls...

Waterpolo

Girls Water Polo (1-0) The nation’s top prep water polo opened play last Thursday, Dec. 3, with a 19-3 win over Rosary in a contest played at Servite High School. The victory was the squad’s 53rd in a row. The team hopes this season to overtake the streak of 68 set by top...

Basketball

Boys Basketball (3-2) Laguna went 3-2 at the Godinez tournament finishing third in the silver division. After losing last Tuesday, Dec. 1, to Newport Harbor, Breakers defeated Loara on Wednesday, Dec. 2 at Loara 41-32 with Blake Burzell the only player in double figures with 12...

Soccer

Boys Soccer (1-0-1) Boys opened on Dec. 2 with a 1-0 victory over Beckman and traveled to Dana Hills on Dec. 4 for a 1-1 tie with the Dolphins. Breakers were at El Toro on Dec. 9 and Aliso Niguel on Dec. 11.                    ...

Center to Prepare Youngsters for School

Learning Link, an interactive center for Laguna Beach parents and children ages 36 months old to 5 years, will open Monday, Jan. 4 to provide parents and young children a supportive learning environment designed to prepare children for kindergarten, the school district says. The...

Surf Team Defeats J Serra

The Laguna Beach High School surf team enjoyed their first big win against J Serra Catholic High School in the Scholastic Surf Series at Ninth Street in Huntington Beach last month. Four out of the six boys in short board made it to the finals. Jake Levine took the win with Trey...

Girls Water Polo (0-0)

The Breakers, the nation’s top prep water polo program, opened the 2016 season this past Thursday, Dec. 3, at Rosary with Laguna leading the all-time series 7-4. The squad will then return to a rare home pool contest on Tuesday, Dec. 8, facing Edison at 3:30 in the afternoon.

Soccer

Boys Soccer (0-0-0) The season opened this week with games against Beckman and Dana Hills, followed by matches with El Toro and Aliso Niguel on Dec. 9 and 11, respectively. Next home match is Dec. 16 with Mission Viejo.   Girls Soccer (0-0-1) Bill Rolfing returns for his...

Hoop Season Opens

Boys Basketball (0-1) Laguna’s 82nd basketball season opened this past Tuesday, Dec. 1, as Newport Harbor rolled past Laguna 74-51 in the opening contest of the Godinez tournament held at Loara High School in Anaheim. The Tars started slowly but ended with a torrid run in the...