Boys Basketball (6-2)
Breakers opened this past week’s Charlie Wilkens Tournament with a 72-45 romp over host Westminster on Tuesday, Dec. 15.
Blake Burzell and Darin Richardson each scored 18 points with 13 from Karim Jones and 12 by Isaac Wulff. Last week, Laguna picked up a pair of non-league road wins defeating Dana Hill 53-45 at the Dolphin’s gym on Thursday, Dec. 9 and crushing Irvine 63-39 Friday, Dec. 11 as Blake Burzell returned to action scoring 22 against the Vacqueros. Against Dana, Charlie Rounaghi led all Breakers with 19 points while Darin Richarson added 14.
Breakers wrap up their play at Westminster this Saturday, Dec. 19 and will face Huntington Beach on Monday, Dec. 21 at El Toro in the North/South game. Laguna is 6-3 in their previous nine appearances at this event.
Laguna will then close out 2015 at the Torrey Pines Holiday Classic in San Diego from Dec. 26-30.
Breakers open with Brentwood, 2:45 PM at Santa Fe Christian HS.
Girls Basketball (3-5)
Girls went 1-3 in the Ocean View tournament last week losing to Rancho Alamitos 44-41, Garden Grove 39-17, and Irvine 61-29. They did defeat Newport Harbor 41-32 on Thursday, Dec. 10. This week the Breakers had a non-league contest with Laguna Hills and travel to Santa Catalina for a game with Avalon on Saturday, Dec. 19.
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