Girls Volleyball (9-7) Breakers 22nd out of 64 teams at Durango. What could have been a very tough transition proved to be less disruptive than many would have thought last week as Laguna started the week without returning kill leader Alyse Wallace Ford, injured due to knee issues. It remained to be seen who among […]
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By Erich Fischer, Special to the Independent Laguna Beach’s 14-and-under girls’ water polo team surprised the competition by defeating a heavily favored Santa Barbara squad 5-4 in an intense gold medal game this past weekend. Despite losing six of seven starters from last season’s squad, the youthful and spirited girls kept pace. By the […]
Girls Golf (0-5) League play opened this past week with a 252-277 loss to Estancia. Breakers should battle Calvary for second place in the four-team league and on a good day could take the league-leading Eagles. Only Costa Mesa appears to lack the scores to really complete for the title. Girls Tennis (2-0, 6-3) […]
Art Scene Painting for the Soul, a new one-day workshop series in Laguna Beach presented by mandala artist Kristi Smith and intuitive painter Arna Vodenos, is scheduled for Sunday, March 13, beginning at 10:30 a.m. The day-long workshop gives the participant the opportunity to journey to their soul, using color as a vibrational tool for […]
They say big things come in small packages. A hungry and determined group of girls from Orange County’s smallest public high school defied the odds, after being bumped up to CIF Division I this season, to become the county’s top water polo team, according to OCVarsity’s final regular season poll. The CIF ranking committee was […]
By Frank Aronoff | LB Indy Boys Basketball (7-8) Breakers finished eighth in their 14th appearance in the annual Century Holiday Classic last week, dropping three straight contests after winning their opening triple OT game against Beckman. On Tuesday, San Clemente (9-5) edged Laguna 49-43 in a very tightly officiated game that sent the Tritons […]