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Boys Basketball (14-3)

Laguna Takes 3rd at Carlsbad

Breakers endured a double overtime game on Saturday, Dec. 30, to defeat O’Connor High School (Phoenix 66-62 to take third place in the Governor’s Division of the 22nd Annual Torrey Pines Holiday Tournament held at Carlsbad High School. Breakers opened play on Wednesday, Dec. 27, and defeated host Carlsbad 71-43 buoyed by 28 points from Blake Burzell and 13 by Grady Morgan.

The following day they held off San Juan Hills 53-45 with Burzell scoring 16, Nolan Naess 13 and Adam Armstrong 10. In the semifinal contest, eventual champion St. Augustine Prep from Richland, N.J., defeated Laguna 47-30 with Burzell leading all Laguna scorers with 11 points.

Breakers have one remaining non-league contest on Jan. 15 with Rancho Mirage to be played at Corona del Mar. Laguna will open their 12th and final Orange Coast League run on Jan. 10 at Godinez. Breakers are 89-15 in all-time Orange Coast League play and are favored to win their 10th league title since the league formation in 2006-07.

 

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The last non-league contest was played this past Thursday, Jan. 4 against Tarbut V’Torah of Irvine at Dugger Gym. Laguna opens their final Orange Coast League campaign on Tuesday, Jan. 9, when they travel to Godinez. Breakers are 50-54 in all time Orange Coast League play the past 11 seasons.

 

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