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Boys Basketball (14-3)

Breakers are the clear favorites to capture their 10th OCL title and opened at Godinez (9-9) this past Wednesday, Jan. 10, and compete at Calvary Chapel/Santa Ana (0-15), Friday, Jan. 12.

On Monday, Jan. 15 at noon, Laguna will face Rancho Mirage (13-4) in a holiday contest at Corona del Mar High School. The Rattlers are ranked 14th in Laguna’s Southern Section CIF 3AA division. Next week the league games are at home with Estancia (11-5) and Costa Mesa (4-8), Wednesday and Friday, respectively.

The Breakers are led by seniors Blake Burzell (21.6 points per game average), Charlie Rounaghi (10.1), Grady Morgan (9.1) Owen McMurray (5.6) and Adam Armstrong (4.9). The non-senior starter is 6-6 freshman Nolan Naess, who is averaging eight points per game.

SSCIF 3AA poll for Jan 8: 1 – St Anthony, 2 – Saddleback Valley Christian, 3 – Laguna Beach, 4 – Long Beach Wilson, 5 – West Torrance, 6 – St Paul, 7 – Ocean View, 8 – Knight, 9 – Leuzinger, 10 – St Francis, 11 – University, 12 – Cerritos, 13 – Troy, 14 – Rancho Mirage, 15 – Paraclete, 16 – San Gabriel


Girls Basketball (0-14)

Tarbut V’Torah defeated Laguna 30-20 on Thursday, Jan. 4, at Dugger Gym. Savannah Johnson led the Breakers with 12 points. Calvary Chapel (8-3) appears to be the league favorite followed by last year’s champion, Godinez (5-9)

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