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Fall Sports Update

Girls Golf (0-5)

League play opened this past week with a 252-277 loss to Estancia. Breakers should battle Calvary for second place in the four-team league and on a good day could take the league-leading Eagles. Only Costa Mesa appears to lack the scores to really complete for the title.

 

Girls Tennis (2-0, 6-3)

As expected Laguna picked up a pair of wins to open the league season earning a forfeit over Saddleback and a 18-0 rout over Estancia.  This past Monday, Laguna defeated Beckman 11-7 on the local courts.

 

Beckman match scores:

# 1 Singles ­ Kira Hamilton                  4-6, 6-2, 6-2    (2-1)

# 2 Singles ­ Bailey Jaeger                   1-6, 6-3, 6-1    (2-1)

# 3 Singles ­ Ashley Shelton                 5-7, 1-6, 0-6    (0-3)

# 1 Doubles ­  Chloe Mansour/Dominique Willette                6-1, 6-1           (2-0)

# 1 Doubles  Bebe Shelley/Chloe Mansour                             0-6                   (0-1)

# 2 Doubles ­ Katelyn Bo/Stephanie Tat                                   7-6, 6-3           (2-0)

# 2 Doubles  Nicole Doiron/Shawna Yang                               5-7                   (0-1)

# 3 Doubles Sarah Nederlander/Madeline Loomis                6-2, 6-4           (2-0)

# 3 Doubles ­ Olivia Morrison/Natasha Keces                          6-2                   (1-0)

 

SSCIF D-II Poll for September 24: 1 – San Marino, 2 – Santa Monica, 3 – Arcadia, 4 – Troy, 5 – St Margaret’s, 6 – Laguna Beach, 7 – Canyon/Anaheim, 8 – Sage Hill, 9 – El Dorado, 10- Westridge. Others: Diamond Bar, West Ranch, Chapwick, Valencia/Placentia, Crescenta Valley

 

Boys Water Polo (5-6)

Breakers finished 17th in the 32-team South Coast Tournament last week for one of their less successful finishes in this major tournament in over a decade. Breakers opened play on Thursday, Sept. 20 with an 11-6 win over Santa Margarita. In the nightcap at Corona del Mar, Los Alamitos prevailed 15-5 as the Griffins took a 9-2 advantage into halftime. On Friday, Breakers lost to division rival Santa Barbara 10-7 and on Saturday to D-I ninth-ranked El Toro,  9-5. Laguna recovered to rally past University 7-6 on Saturday afternoon.  Breakers next major match will be against Dana Hills (No. 7 D-I) at the local pool on Thursday, Oct. 4, 4 p.m. start.

 

SSCIF D-II Poll for Sept 24: 1 – Agoura, 2 – Santa Barbara, 3 – Foothill, 4 – Murrieta Valley, 5 – Laguna Beach, 6 – Dos Pueblos, 7 – Damian, 8 – Villa Park, 9 – San Marcos, 10 – Royal.

 

Girls Volleyball (5-4)

Breakers finished tied for ninth at the Mohs Orange County tournament this past weekend. On Friday, Laguna  opened pool play at Newport Harbor with a pair of solid wins defeating Upland 25-9, 25-14 and Beckman (No. 9 OC) 25-23, 25-20. On Saturday they lost to divisional rival Harvard-Westlake 25-17, 25-17 in a lack luster performance against the Wolverines. Julia Goggin led the Breakers with eight kills. Later on Saturday in the Gold Division playoffs at Edison, Laguna lost to a very good Tesoro squad 15-25, 25-17, 10-15. League play started this past week and Laguna travels to Mira Costa on Wednesday, Oct. 3 for an important non-league match. The Mustangs are hoping to revenge their loss to Laguna last year in the long series rivalry.

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