Brantlee Griffith, member of Laguna Niguel’s Troop 772, will earn scouting’s highest achievement next month when he becomes an Eagle Scout. Griffith, a senior and AP scholar at Dana Hills High School, designed and built three benches for his church, Laguna Beach’s Neighborhood Congregational Church. “I wanted the benches to reflect the community, one uses […]
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2/22/34-2/12/14 William (Bill) Francis Garman passed away on Feb. 12, 2014, from Parkinson’s disease in his home in Ocean Hills, Calif. He was 79. William was a Van Nuys High School, UC Santa Barbara and Hastings Law School graduate. He proudly served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps as a first lieutenant airplane, jet and […]
Five-Sport Sweep is a School First Laguna experienced a first in their sports history as all five winter squads qualified for post-season play, hosted their initial post-season contests and won their initial events. Four of the teams went on to host second round contests. Girls Water Polo (29-1, 4-0) Laguna Meets Newport in D-I CIF […]
Boys Win League Champs Laguna Seeded Sixth in D-4AA Playoffs Breakers entered the 2014 playoffs the highest ranked public school in the division and opened play this past Wednesday hosting Don Bosco at Dugger Gym. Should the seeding hold, Breakers (21-5, 10-0) will face No. 11 Whittier Christian on Friday, Feb. 21, and third-ranked […]
Girls Soccer (12-5-3, 7-1-1) Janie Crawford drilled a pass by Paige Vitolo to give Laguna an early lead over Calvary Chapel at home this past Monday and the Breakers held on for a 1-0 victory, their sixth in a row. The win clinched the Orange Coast League title for the Breakers, only their second league […]
Boys Basketball (15-5, 4-0) Breakers continue to roll through the Orange Coast League towards their eighth straight league title defeating Calvary Chapel/Santa Ana 71-54 on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at Dugger Gym as Josh Adams scored 24 points to lead the home squad. Laguna outscored Calvary 29-6 in the first quarter and coasted from there to […]
Shap Show Spotlights High School Talent Laguna Beach’s Lumberyard Restaurant will host a $65 per person pre-show dinner on Saturday, Feb. 8, which includes reserved seating for the 26th annual No Suits Allowed concert at the LBHS Artists’ Theatre. Both the 7:30 p.m. concert and dinner serve as the annual senior fundraiser, benefiting a safe […]
Laguna Beach High School graduate Amanda Saunders is featured in the upcoming premiere of “Firemen” opening Friday, Feb. 7, at Los Angeles’ Atwater Village Theatre. Saunders directed plays and taught drama classes for 10 years at Laguna Beach High School; she currently lives in Corona del Mar with her husband and young daughter. Saunders graduated […]
Makenzie Fischer had four goals, four assists and four steals to lead the top-ranked Laguna Beach High School Breakers to a 13-1 victory at Newport Harbor, handing the second-ranked Sailors their worst loss in their program history. Look for more details in the coming print edition.
Boys Basketball (13-5, 2-0) Last week Laguna won a pair of league games to open their 80th season starting with a record 74-25 rout of Saddleback on Wednesday, Jan. 15 at the Roadrunner Gym. Laguna tied the school “margin-of-victory” mark with a 49-point win matching a 2009 win over Calvary-Murrieta. The contest also marked the […]
A fundraiser designed by the Walking for Water Club of Laguna Beach High School and the Healing Hands Club of San Clement High School will raise funds to build wells for fresh water in West Africa’s Burkina Fasso. The Walking for Water and Healing Hands Feast for Water will be held Saturday, Feb. 8, from […]
By Frank Aronoff Girls Water Polo (9-1) Foothill Upsets Laguna 7-8 Foothill Knights (9-3) blocked a close-range Breaker shot with three seconds left to hold on to an 8-7 upset win over Laguna at the Laguna Community Pool last Friday, Jan. 10. Laguna had the opportunity in their 10th six-on-five power play of the match […]
Boys Basketball (11-5) Breakers completed their winter break run with a 64-48 win over Brethren Christian in the annual North-South Challenge held on Friday, Jan. 3 at El Toro High School. This was Laguna’s eighth year in this event and Laguna is now 5-3 for the series. Against the Warriors, Josh Adams led all […]