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Soccer

Boys Soccer (2-4-6, 0-3-2) Breakers saw their playoff hopes slip away last Wednesday, Jan. 20 as Estancia rallied from a 1-0 deficit to edge Laguna 2-1 at Guyer Field. The Eagles broke the tie on a penalty kick with 10 minutes remaining. Two days later, Breakers were held to a...

High School Sports Update

Boys Basketball (17-5, 5-0) Breakers completed the first round of league play with a pair of easy wins blasting Estancia 74-47 on Wednesday, Jan. 20 and crushing Calvary Chapel at their gym on Friday, Jan. 22, by 41 points with a 66-25 victory. Against Estancia, Laguna was led by...

Schools Seek Public Feedback

The public schools, required to prepare a Local Control Accountability Plan, is seeking the public’s feedback on its goals, plans and accomplishments with an online survey open until Feb. 12. “We are seeking participation from students, parents, staff and community members to...

Class Notes

Student Talent Earns the Spotlight Students from Top of the World Elementary entertained parents and staff from the high school stage this week during the annual talent show. Next Thursday, Feb. 4, their peers in third, fourth and fifth grade from El Morro Elementary will get...

Students Power Up a School in Kenya

Students from Top of the World and El Morro elementary schools and Laguna Beach High School are raising money this month to support Oloolaimutia Elementary School in Maasai Mara, Kenya, through the Model United Nations program. LBHS students and staff have been working to improve...

Soccer

Boys Soccer (2-3-5, 0-2-1) Breakers lost to league-leading Costa Mesa 2-1 on Wednesday, Jan. 13 at Scott Field and came back to tie Saddleback 1-1 on Friday, Jan. 15, at home to give a flicker of hope for a playoff spot for Laguna. Breakers faced Estancia and struggling Calvary...

Basketball

Boys Basketball (15-5, 3-0) Breakers made it three straight with a pair of conference wins and a non-league victory this past week. On Friday, Jan. 15, in Laguna’s first home game of the season, Breakers crushed Saddleback 78-27 for the largest margin of victory (51) in the...

Win Streak Stops at 63

Laguna’s girls water polo team played six games last week over a grueling four-day period, including a weekend tournament at Santa Barbara High School. Dos Pueblos 10, Laguna 7 Laguna’s top sports team stumbled this past week and ended their great 63-game win streak at Dos...

Students Take Up the Challenge

A total of 27 students form Thurston Middle School and Top of the World Elementary School participated in the Destination Imagination Instant Challenge on Saturday, Jan. 9, says a district statement. The competition required teams to use critical thinking to solve open-ended...

Top Level Pros to Teach Student Dancers

Intermediate and advanced dance students are invited to participate in a master class Saturday, Jan. 23, taught by celebrated dancer and choreographer Victor Quijada. The class will be held on from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the dance studio at Laguna Beach High School, 625 Park Ave....

Girls Water Polo (10-0)

Breakers poised for toughest test of their streak Laguna’s top sports team, the 2016 girls water polo squad, traveled to Santa Barbara this week and should face their toughest tests of the season. Breakers will meet sixth-ranked Dos Pueblos in a non-league match on Thursday, Jan....

Soccer

Boys Soccer (2-2-4, 0-1) Breakers opened league play last Friday, Jan. 8, with a tough 2-0 loss to defending league champion Godinez. The scheduled match on Jan. 6 with Saddleback Valley Christian was rained out. Breakers played this past Wednesday, Jan. 13, at Costa Mesa (4-4-1)...

Basketball

Boys Basketball (12-5, 1-0) Breakers made it look easy running past Godinez 67-48 last Friday, Jan. 8, at Godinez in Santa Ana as a strong 20-10 third quarter ended any hope of the host Grizzlies (9-9) staying with Laguna. Blake Burzell scored 20 with a hot fourth quarter that...

Class Notes

Principals Compete Off-campus for Top Marks The seventh annual Chef Challenge takes place Monday, Jan. 25 at the Lumberyard restaurant, a $95 per person benefit for Schoolpower. Restaurant owners Suzanne and Cary Redfearn host the friendly rivalry that features menus devised by...

LBHS Drama Partners with Playwright

The high school drama department will feature their Theatre II students in a unique collaboration with a New York City playwright and screenwriter on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 8 and 9, in a reading of “Ghost Stories” at 7:30 p.m. Performances will be held in the Greene Room (Room...