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Cross Country Sweeps League Finals

By Robert Campbell | LB Indy Laguna Beach High School’s CIF third-ranked girls’ cross country team was perfect at Orange Coast League finals, taking the top five spots and seven of the top eight to easily beat runner up Godinez 15 to 54 for the title on Wednesday, Oct. 29 at...

Cross Country Runners Shine

By Robert Campbell | LB Indy The Laguna Beach High School varsity boys cross country team cruised to an easy victory over second place Godinez in the Orange Coast League cluster meet on Wednesday, Sept. 24, at Irvine Regional Park. The girls, on the other hand, had to rely on...

High School Sports Update

Breakers Stumble at Dana By Frank Aronoff | LB Indy Girls Volleyball (6-10) Just when it appeared that the 2014 varsity season was finally rolling, the Breakers were dealt a setback this past Tuesday, Sept. 30 at Dana Hills as the Dolphins swept the Breakers 25-20, 25-22, 25-20....

Girls Return to the Court

Former players of the high school’s girls volleyball teams are invited to return to their home court Oct. 10 for a varsity vs. alumni match, says organizer Diane Dorn. The high school’s Dugger Gym will host a JV vs. frosh soph match at 5 p.m. and the varsity vs alumni match at...

Girls JV Shines Again at Mt. SAC Invitational

On the heels of a second place finish at the OC Championships, Laguna’s JV cross country team finished third out of 23 teams in the JV national championship race at the Mt. SAC Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 26 in Walnut, Calif. Senior Monica White and junior Annie Brown were the...

Overcoming a Rash of Injuries to Stay in the CIF Hunt

Sports injuries are as inevitable as losing. So what does a coach do when he loses his top four players at the same time? “You have to take the girls you have available and try to figure out the best way you can score points with those girls,” said Laguna Beach High tennis coach...

LBHS Sports Update

Girls Volleyball Roster Set, Ready to Compete Coach Raul Papaleo confirmed the rosters for the 2013 Laguna girls volleyball teams this past weekend as the squads get ready for the Queens Court Tournament this Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 24-25. The varsity will be in the 16-team...

Spring Sports Update 6/7/13

Boys Golf Awards Coached Scott Finn recently released the awards earned by Laguna’s boys golf squad, which finished third this season in Orange Coast League play. Three players earned second team all-OCL honors: Tyler Metez, Spencer Donavan, and Mitchell Wills. The team awards...

Pitching Ace Burns to be the Best

After a 3-4 start, the Breakers baseball team has won eight of 10, including the last four in a row at the Lions Tournament, to raise their season mark to 11-6 as of last Monday. A big part of the team’s recent surge has been the stellar play of Grant Wilhelm, who hit .472 over...

Spring Teams Dig in to Rebuild

Most of Laguna Beach High’s nine spring sports programs have tough acts to follow after last year’s incredible run of success. Six of those nine won league titles. One made it to CIF quarterfinals. Two were CIF runners up. And one took home a regional state championship.  ...

Coach Davis Restrings His Racket

Veteran junior tennis coach Coach Don Davis begins his first season as the Laguna Beach High School’s girls varsity coach. Tryouts will be held on Monday, Aug. 22, and will run from 12:30-3:30 p.m.   He is no stranger to coaching junior tennis players of all levels and...

Musings on the Coast

My Son the Football Player My son Harrison is a football player and I have failed.  He is only 16 and I never meant this to happen.  He is gentle, kind and a musician, and is the family peacemaker.  After all, his two siblings are older girls and though they were a bit hard on...
Posted On 02 Jun 2011