Breakers Win Despite Missing Players

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Girls Volleyball (7-10)

Senior Sage Patchell goes up for one of her 13 kills during Laguna’s 3-0 home win against Dana Hills on Thursday, Sept 24.
Senior Sage Patchell goes up for one of her 13 kills during Laguna’s 3-0 home win against Dana Hills on Thursday, Sept 24.

Breakers swept Dana Hills last Thursday, Sept. 24 at Dugger Gym winning 25-19, 25-20, 25-22 even after missing two starters in setter Aspen Rocha and lefty UCLA-bound Jamie Robbins. Another lefty, Katelyn Carballo, led the team with 15 kills and 13 digs while Sage Patchell added 13 kills and Lexi McKeown chipped in seven. Setters Taylor Cunningham and Lauren LaMontagne shared the quarterback duties guiding the team. Laguna now leads the Dolphins in the all-time best-of-five set series at 18-8.

Sophomore Lexie McKeown lobs one over the defense during Laguna’s 3-0 home win against Dana Hills on Thursday, Sept 24. Photos by Dante Fornaro.
Sophomore Lexie McKeown lobs one over the defense during Laguna’s 3-0 home win against Dana Hills on Thursday, Sept 24. Photos by Dante Fornaro.

 

 

 

 

 

This past week Laguna renewed its long time rivalry at Newport Harbor on Tuesday and opened league play this past Thursday hosting Costa Mesa. Breakers are entering 2015 season having won 10 consecutive league titles including all nine Orange Coast League crowns and are on a 90 consecutive league match win streak dating back to September 2005. The team’s on-the-court league record is 105 straight set between 1988 and 1999.

Player individual statistics can be found on the team web site on Max Preps.

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