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Fall Sports Update

Girls Golf (3-2, 3-6)

Breakers picked up a pair of league wins on Monday, Oct. 1, at Aliso Creek defeating Calvary Chapel 259-263 and Costa Mesa 259-322. Estancia continued undefeated in league duel match play winning 219-259.

 

Girls Tennis (5-0, 11-3)

Breakers continue to roll through the Orange Coast League and added an additional win with a non-league victory over Beckman. Laguna defeated Costa Mesa this past Tuesday, Oct. 2, and started the second round of league play yesterday with Saddleback. Laguna has a couple of non-league matches coming up facing Los Alamitos next Wednesday and Santa Margarita on Oct. 15.

Tuesday Sep 18                            Laguna defeated Saddleback by default

Thursday Sep 20                           Laguna 18 ­ @ Estancia 0       

# 1 Singles ­ Ashley Shelton                  6-4, 6-2, 6-0                (3-0)

# 2 Singles ­ Natasha Keces                  6-1, 6-2, 6-0                (3-0)

# 3 Singles ­ Nicole Dorion                    6-2, 6-0, 6-1                 (3-0)

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

#1 Doubles Bebe Shelley/Dominique Willette                       6-2                   (1-0)

# 2 Doubles ­ Katelyn Bo/Stephanie Tat                                   6-0, 6-1           (2-0)

#2 Doubles Olivia Morrison/Ashley Fair                                 6-3                     (1-0)

# 3 Doubles ­ Sarah Nederlander/Madeline Loomis              6-0, 6-1, 6-1      (2-0)

 

Monday Sep 24    (Non League)      Laguna 11 ­ Beckman  7

# 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)

 

Boys Water Polo (1-0, 7-6)

Laguna bounced back last week opening league play with a 25-4 win over Saddleback on Sept. 26 with 13 different players scoring in the rout. Breakers have won all 31 Orange Coast League matches since the league was formed in 2006. On Saturday, Camron Hauer had four goals to lead the Breakers to a 12-9 victory over Coronado from the San Diego CIF. Breakers were to play a non-league match this past Thursday with Dana Hills and will face a pair of key matches next week with Southern Section, Division II second-ranked Foothill on Oct. 9 and fourth-ranked  Murrieta Valley on Thursday, Oct. 11. Both games will be a 4 p.m. start at the local pool.

 

Girls Volleyball (3-0, 8-4)

Laguna continued to roll through Orange Coast League play defeating Estancia last Thursday 25-12, 25-22, 25-22 with Alyse Wallace Ford hammering out 27 kills and tough serving from Sevana Dvorak and Alexx Murphy. The win was Laguna’s 43rd straight over the Eagles in a best-of-five set match. This past Tuesday, Oct. 2, Laguna held off a stubborn Calvary Chapel 25-21, 25-19, 25-21 with Ford recording 20 kills and Sabrina Stillwell adding nine. Francie Holte had three aces and Sevana Dvorak added four aces and 32 assists.

Breakers traveled to Mira Costa this past Wednesday for a non-league match against a still strong Mustang squad unranked in the current week’s IAA CIF poll. Breakers will face Long Beach Poly on Oct. 13 at Lakewood High School in another non-league test to help prepare the Breakers for the playoffs.

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