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Breakers Pound Edison 19-0

By Frank Aronoff | LB Indy   Girls Water Polo (2-0) The Fischer sisters returned from their USA Water Polo obligations to lead the Breakers to a 19-0 victory over ninth-ranked Edison (2-4) in a match played on Tuesday, Dec. 9, at the Laguna Community Pool. Sophomore Aria...

‘Shift’ Steps Up Dance

“Shift,” the high school’s winter dance concert, opens this Friday night at the LBHS Artists’ Theatre. The concert opens with “Sweet Talk,” a fun jazz number choreographed by Samantha Hampton to the music of Meghan Trainor. “Paquita” follows, highlighting the choreography of...

Dance Makes A ‘Shift’ with New School Director

By Rita Robinson Estee Carrizosa will debut as Laguna Beach High School’s new dance instructor when “Shift” happens, the school’s winter dance concert in the Artists’ Theatre, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 12 and 13, at 7 p.m. Carrizosa is 5-foot-3, petite, with long brown hair and a...

Laguna Dance Makes A ‘Shift’

Estee Carrizosa will debut as Laguna Beach High School’s new dance instructor when “Shift” happens, the school’s winter dance concert in the Artists’ Theatre, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 12 and 13, at 7 p.m. Carrizosa is 5-foot-3, petite, with long brown hair and a luminous smile;...

Students Brighten Spirits in Music, Song, Dance

Local students perform holiday music in several performances over coming weeks, beginning outside City Hall at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 5, during Hospitality Night. A more formal concert takes place at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 17, at the Artists’ Theatre. Music teacher, Jon Mann,...
Posted On 04 Dec 2014

Fourth Grader Helps Those Less Fortunate

Nico Cambruzzi, a fourth grader at Top of the World’s Community Learning Center, wanted to help homeless children as the service learning project required by his teacher, Laia Hansen. He started earlier this year by volunteering at a facility for homeless preschoolers, reading to...

Girls Miss Podium, Finish Fourth at State

By Robert Campbell | LB Indy The CIF Southern Section’s third-ranked Laguna Beach High School girls cross country team finished fourth, 14 points behind second-ranked JSerra, at the state meet on Saturday, Nov. 29 in Fresno. Visalia’s Central Valley Christian took the Division 4...

Breakers Win Against Anaheim

Boys Basketball (1-1) Blake Burzell, a 6’ 4” freshman, scored 24 points in his debut to lead Laguna to a 57-35 win over Anaheim on Monday, Dec. 1, in the opening round of the Godinez Tournament at the Grizzly Gym. The win over the Colonists was only the second in the 14-game...

Boys Battle El Dorado to a Tie

Laguna and El Dorado battled to a 2-2 tie on Monday, Dec. 1. Weather permitting, Breakers were scheduled to face Dana Hills this past Wednesday, Dec. 3, and Northwood on Friday, Dec. 5 at Guyer Field. Breakers will be home again on Wednesday, Dec. 10, when they host Trabuco Hills...

Girls Basketball Loses to Mission Viejo

Mission Viejo defeated Laguna 36-18 in the season opener played on Monday, Dec. 1 at Corona del Mar. Sydney DeCarlo led the Breakers with nine points. Laguna participated in the Corona del Mar tournament this past week and will play in the Ocean View Tournament next week in...

Girls Look to Defend Their Title

By Frank Aronoff | LB Indy Bill Rolfing returns for his 10th season with the Laguna Girls and his 15th overall at Laguna looking to repeat as league champions. Breakers scrimmaged Tustin last month and opened the 2015 season this past week. The squad will participate in the Ocean...

Alumni Report: Laguna grads compete in collegiate fall sports

If you caught “The Game” on TV Saturday, Nov. 22, Robert Clemons III ’13 was a starter for Yale in the football rivalry for the Ivy title. Yale got revenge in women’s volleyball, defeating Harvard for the Ivy’s berth in the NCAA D-I playoffs. Caroline Holte made 2nd Team All-Ivy...

Surf Team Rides Into the Finals

The Individual League Finals Surfing Championships were held at T-Street in San Clemente last Thursday and Friday, Nov. 20-21, and the Laguna Beach High School Surf Team was well represented making nearly all of the division finals. Laguna went up against San Clemente, Dana Hills...

Breakers Fall In So Cal Quarters

Girls Tennis (20-6, 10-0) Laguna’s run through the ultra-competitive Southern California Regional Tennis Championships ended with a quarterfinal 5-2 loss to Corona del Mar on Friday, Nov. 21 at the Claremont Club in Claremont. Earlier in the week, Laguna traveled to Pacific...