Year Wrap – How Laguna did in 2012-13
Southern Section CIF Top Finishes
Finals: Girls Swimming (2nd)
Semi’s: Football, Girls Tennis, Boys Water Polo, Boys Swimming (3rd)
Quarters”s Girls Cross Country (8th) , Boys Cross Country(8th), Boys Volleyball, Girls Volleyball
Girls Water Polo, Boys Tennis
2nd Round: Boys Basketball, Baseball
1st Round: Girls Basketball, Softball, Girls Soccer
Wild Card: Boys Soccer
Girls Track finished 16th, Boys 41st
Aronoff’s Selection for Coaches of the Year:
Mike Churchill – Football
Best offensive team in school history his two year record of 21-4-1 is the best in over 60 years.
Kari Johnson – Swimming
Second straight year with a second and third place CIF finish. She has established Laguna as a swimming program after many decades of disappointment.
Girls Cross Country
Boys Water Polo
Girls Water Polo
Girls Track & Field
Steven Harrison was selected to the second team Division IV all-CIF baseball squad. The junior was this season’s designated hitter and led the team with a .439 batting average and five home runs. Steven also set the single season school record for on-base percentage at .602.
Richie Nunis Voted 2013 MVP
Junior outfielder Richie Nunis was selected by his teammates as the 2013 Most Valuable Player for the 26-3 Laguna Beach varsity baseball team in the 75th annual awards banquet held last week at the Laguna Presbyterian Church.
Nunis hit .397 this season and had a number of clutch hits during the season. He was a first team all-league selection and became the second member of the Nunis family to earn the honor. His father, Rich Nunis, made first team all-South Coast League in 1976, making the duo the first father-son all-league combo in Laguna baseball history.
Other 2013 Awards Winners:
Pitcher of the Year; senior Jackson Rees.
Offensive Player of the Year; junior Steven Harrison.
Defensive Player of the Year; junior Preston Grand Pre.
Coaches Award; senior Blake Hester.
Junior Varsity (15-8)
Pitcher of the Year; sophomore Anthony Norelli.
Offensive Player of the Year; sophomore Callan Cochran.
Defensive Player of the Year; sophomore Jake Smith.
Coaches Award; freshman Conner Basile.
MVP; freshman Zak Kovacic.