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Boys Tennis (10-2, 5-0)

Breakers crushed El Toro 16-2 on Tuesday, April 5, sweeping the singles and then took down Mission Viejo 18-0 on Wednesday, April 6. In league play, Costa Mesa fell 18-0 this past Tuesday, April 12. Next non-league match was Friday, April 15, with Palm Springs and Monday, April...

Swimming (Boys: 3-1, 2-0; Girls: 4-0, 2-0)

Breakers returned from a long break when they hosted Costa Mesa this past Wednesday, April 13, in the league showdown. Results next week.

Softball (2-8, 0-1)

Laguna returned to action after the holiday break losing 11-0 to Corona del Mar on Monday, April 11, then falling in their league opener to Godinez 19-2 on Tuesday, April 12. Breakers met Costa Mesa on Thursday, April 14, and travel to Saddleback on Tuesday, April 19.

Sand Volleyball (4-0)

The Breakers April 9 match was rained out. The remaining regular season schedule is as follows, all in Huntington Beach (League web site: www.ibvl.org): Saturday, April 23:   El Toro @ 10 a.m., SVC @ noon Saturday, April 30:     SVC @ 9 a.m., Beckman @ noon Boys Volleyball (6-5,...

Boys Golf (4-3, 3-0)

Breakers return to the links on April 12 at Costa Mesa. No results were available at press time.

Godinez Victory is # 53

Baseball (7-9, 5-0)      Blake Burzell struck out five for his third win of the season as Laguna cruised past Godinez 7-3 on Tuesday, April 12, at Skipper Carrillo Field. Laguna leads the all-time series with Godinez 21-1 and have won a Southern Section CIF public school record...

Student’s Push for Independence Steps Closer to Reality

By Marilynn Young | LB Indy “I got in!” Andrew Arredondo, 21, shrieked with glee after receiving a call from a UCLA Extension coordinator notifying him of his acceptance to the two-year certificate program this fall. While many high school seniors are experiencing similar...

Fair Acquaints Parents With Health Resources

The public is invited to learn about health services and resources countywide at a free 3 to 6 p.m. community resource fair Tuesday, April 19, at the Boys and Girls Club, 1085 Laguna Canyon Road. Representatives of 15 organizations will provide information about nutrition, health...

Local Polo Player Earns an Olympic Toehold

Sebastian Jacobs, 15, a Laguna Beach High School sophomore, was selected for the men’s U.S. water polo cadet team. The Olympic development program team was selected April 4 and will participate in the Pan Am Youth Polo Championships in Edmonton, Canada.    

Club Provides Career Inspiration

Thurston Middle School students in the forensic/mock trial club are becoming intrigued by STEAM – science, technology, engineering, art/design and mathematics – as a result of club opportunities, says a district statement. Eighth-grade student Malin Glade discovered...

Boys Tennis (7-2, 3-0)

Breakers returned to action this past week hosting El Toro on Tuesday, April 5, and visiting Mission Viejo on Wednesday, April 6, in a pair of non-league matches. League play resumes on Tuesday, April 12, with Costa Mesa.   SSCIF D-4 Poll for April 4: 1 – Redlands, 2 –...

Swimming (Boys: 3-1, 2-0; Girls: 4-0, 2-0)

Laguna will host Costa Mesa on April 13, 3 p.m. in the league showdown.

Softball (2-6)

Laguna forfeited their scheduled match with Bolsa Grande and will return to play on Monday, April 11, with Corona del Mar. The 10-game league schedule begins on Tuesday when Laguna hosts Godinez at Thurston Middle School.

Volleyball

Sand Volleyball (4-0)  Breakers were off until March 26. Matches at Huntington Beach resume Saturday, April 9, at 9 a.m. and noon. Boys Volleyball (4-5, 2-0) Breakers returned to play on Tuesday, April 5, at Calvary Chapel and should be at full strength. Varsity has won 70...

Boys Golf (4-3, 3-0)

Breakers return to the links on Tuesday, April 12, at Costa Mesa. Laguna will then face Calvary in three consecutive matches on April 13, 18 and 19.