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LBHS Spring Sports Update

Breakers’ Streak  Continues

Baseball is 9-0

Laguna’s historic season continued as the Breakers thrashed league rival Calvary Chapel 11-0 this past Tuesday at Skipper Carrillo Field. Jackson Rees (3-0) went five innings giving up three hits in the pitching outing. Jake Herbert and Jack Pillsbury each pitched an inning to preserve the shutout. Breakers scored three runs in their first inning at-bat and shut the door for the Eagles with a seven-run fifth inning. Chris Paul and Erik Peruzzi each had three hits and three RBI’s.

 

Last Friday in the league opening contest, Chris Paul went the distance in a one-hit gem striking out 12 in Laguna’s 5-1 victory over defending league champion Estancia on the loser’s diamond.  Breakers had seven hits in the contest.

 

Statistic Leaders thru 9 games:

Batting Average:            .533 – Erik Peruzzi .500 – Chris Paul

Hits:                            16 – Erik Peruzzi

Runs:                          13 – Keaton Jones

RBI :                           15 – Chris Paul

Extra Base Hits:                    7 – Chris Paul

Stolen Bases             4 – Chris Paul

Innings Pitched:                     20 – Chris Paul

Strikeouts:                  33 – Chris Paul

ERA:                          0.00 – Chris Paul

 

CIF Poll for March 21: 1 – Palm Desert, 2 – Bishop Amat, 3 – Torrance, 4 – Oaks Christian, 5 – Chino, 6 – Indio, 7 – Laguna Beach, 8 – Nogales, 9 – Troy, 10 – La Quinta/La Quinta.. Also receiving votes: Calvary Chapel, Palm Springs, Savanna.

 

In other sports….

 

Boys Golf  (5-4, 5-1)

Breakers dropped their first league match to the conference favorite Estancia (7-0) 204-219 on Tuesday, March 22, at Aliso Viejo County Club. Defending league champion Jake Knapp for the Eagles shot a 34 for the dual match low score. Last week, the Breakers’ Andrew Palmer shot a match leading 36 to help Laguna defeat Calvary Chapel 213-219 in a dual match on March 16, also at Aliso Viejo. The victory gave the Breakers a key win in the 2011 Golden West League season against Calvary, which tied the Breakers for last year’s title. On March 17, Laguna defeated Ocean View (5-3, 2-2) 213-211 on the home course. Palmer’s 37 was the low score.

 

Softball (4-2)

Breakers split a pair of games dropping an 8-0 contest to Oxford Academy last Friday and rebounded this past Tuesday, March 22, to defeat Bolsa Grande 20-9. Breakers non-league schedule concludes next week with league play commencing on April 12 at Estancia.

 

Swimming

No report.

 

Boys Tennis (3-4, 1-0)

Breakers opened the league season this past Tuesday with an easy 18-0 romp over Estancia on the loser’s courts. Laguna dropped only three games in their strong singles play and clearly dominated the match with a 109-18 edge in all games. Teague Hamilton won in straight 6-0 sets to lead the team. Last week Laguna lost 14-4 to Corona del Mar at home on Wednesday, March 16. Singles players Jake Michaels, Benito Romeo, and Teague Hamilton each took a singles match against different Sea King players. On Friday, the Breakers defeated St Margaret’s 11-7.

 

Track & Field

Breakers won their first league dual meet on March 15 with the boys defeating Estancia 112-11 and Laguna girls earning a 85-41 victory. Breakers traveled to Godinez this past week.

 

Boys Volleyball (7-9)

Laguna suffered one of their poorest tournament showings ever, losing three tough pool matches in the 38th Orange County Tournament last weekend. On Friday, Breakers were upset by J Serra losing 16-25, 26-24, 16-14 to the Lions at Edison High. In the nightcap, Breakers lost to Corona del Mar 28-26, 25-20.  Saturday Breakers dropped a 29-27, 25-27, 15-8 contest to Esperanza despite Robbie McKnight’s 23 kills. In consolation games, Coach Lance Stewart played the bench resting his starters but Laguna was unable to beat Servite or Orange Lutheran losing 23-25, 25-14, 15-8 to the Friars and 27-25, 25-22 to the Lancers.

On Tuesday, Laguna was unable to rebound against Corona del Mar dropping a 25-18, 26-24, 25-17 match to the Sea Kings.

Breakers’ Streak  Continues

Baseball is 9-0

Laguna’s historic season continued as the Breakers thrashed league rival Calvary Chapel 11-0 this past Tuesday at Skipper Carrillo Field. Jackson Rees (3-0) went five innings giving up three hits in the pitching outing. Jake Herbert and Jack Pillsbury each pitched an inning to preserve the shutout. Breakers scored three runs in their first inning at-bat and shut the door for the Eagles with a seven-run fifth inning. Chris Paul and Erik Peruzzi each had three hits and three RBI’s.

 

Last Friday in the league opening contest, Chris Paul went the distance in a one-hit gem striking out 12 in Laguna’s 5-1 victory over defending league champion Estancia on the loser’s diamond.  Breakers had seven hits in the contest.

 

Statistic Leaders thru 9 games:

Batting Average:            .533 – Erik Peruzzi .500 – Chris Paul

Hits:                            16 – Erik Peruzzi

Runs:                          13 – Keaton Jones

RBI :                           15 – Chris Paul

Extra Base Hits:                    7 – Chris Paul

Stolen Bases             4 – Chris Paul

Innings Pitched:                     20 – Chris Paul

Strikeouts:                  33 – Chris Paul

ERA:                          0.00 – Chris Paul

 

CIF Poll for March 21: 1 – Palm Desert, 2 – Bishop Amat, 3 – Torrance, 4 – Oaks Christian, 5 – Chino, 6 – Indio, 7 – Laguna Beach, 8 – Nogales, 9 – Troy, 10 – La Quinta/La Quinta.. Also receiving votes: Calvary Chapel, Palm Springs, Savanna.

 

In other sports….

 

Boys Golf  (5-4, 5-1)

Breakers dropped their first league match to the conference favorite Estancia (7-0) 204-219 on Tuesday, March 22, at Aliso Viejo County Club. Defending league champion Jake Knapp for the Eagles shot a 34 for the dual match low score. Last week, the Breakers’ Andrew Palmer shot a match leading 36 to help Laguna defeat Calvary Chapel 213-219 in a dual match on March 16, also at Aliso Viejo. The victory gave the Breakers a key win in the 2011 Golden West League season against Calvary, which tied the Breakers for last year’s title. On March 17, Laguna defeated Ocean View (5-3, 2-2) 213-211 on the home course. Palmer’s 37 was the low score.

 

Softball (4-2)

Breakers split a pair of games dropping an 8-0 contest to Oxford Academy last Friday and rebounded this past Tuesday, March 22, to defeat Bolsa Grande 20-9. Breakers non-league schedule concludes next week with league play commencing on April 12 at Estancia.

 

Swimming

No report.

 

Boys Tennis (3-4, 1-0)

Breakers opened the league season this past Tuesday with an easy 18-0 romp over Estancia on the loser’s courts. Laguna dropped only three games in their strong singles play and clearly dominated the match with a 109-18 edge in all games. Teague Hamilton won in straight 6-0 sets to lead the team. Last week Laguna lost 14-4 to Corona del Mar at home on Wednesday, March 16. Singles players Jake Michaels, Benito Romeo, and Teague Hamilton each took a singles match against different Sea King players. On Friday, the Breakers defeated St Margaret’s 11-7.

 

Track & Field

Breakers won their first league dual meet on March 15 with the boys defeating Estancia 112-11 and Laguna girls earning a 85-41 victory. Breakers traveled to Godinez this past week.

 

Boys Volleyball (7-9)

Laguna suffered one of their poorest tournament showings ever, losing three tough pool matches in the 38th Orange County Tournament last weekend. On Friday, Breakers were upset by J Serra losing 16-25, 26-24, 16-14 to the Lions at Edison High. In the nightcap, Breakers lost to Corona del Mar 28-26, 25-20.  Saturday Breakers dropped a 29-27, 25-27, 15-8 contest to Esperanza despite Robbie McKnight’s 23 kills. In consolation games, Coach Lance Stewart played the bench resting his starters but Laguna was unable to beat Servite or Orange Lutheran losing 23-25, 25-14, 15-8 to the Friars and 27-25, 25-22 to the Lancers.

On Tuesday, Laguna was unable to rebound against Corona del Mar dropping a 25-18, 26-24, 25-17 match to the Sea Kings.

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