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Heartbreak Loss in Section Playoffs

Second Seed for State Regionals Boys Volleyball (19-8) Laguna dropped a tough semifinal contest 20-25, 25-22, 23-25, 21-25 last Wednesday, May 20, to the eventual Division 2 champion Oak Park Eagles from Ventura County before a good crowd at Dugger Gym. Unforced errors...

Two Students Win Regional Surf Titles

Double overhead sets created challenging and exciting wave conditions during the National Scholastic Surf Association’s West Coast Regional Championships where two students from Laguna Beach won regional titles May 14-17. Thurston Surf Team rider Kayla Coscino took the title for...

Laguna Rides Well

The Laguna Beach High School surf team competed in the Scholastic Surf Series High School State Championships held at Church’s Beach (Trestles) earlier this month. Dante Madrigal and Jake Levine competed in the shortboard contest against San Diguito and Michael Chapman also did...

On the Roster

Boosters Sponsor Heart Screenings Cardiac screenings for ages 5 and up will be available at Laguna Beach High School, 635 Park Ave., from 2:30-5:30 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday, June 3 and 4 for a donation of $85. Schedule appointments on line at: heartfeltcardiacprojects.org....

Class Notes

Trio Scores Gear for Poor Kids Laguna Beach High School freshmen James Langton and Sterling Butler and junior Drake Butler have stepped up to continue the Score 4 the Poor program begun in 2011 by Rory Saunders and Chris Tellez. During May they are collecting gently used soccer...

PTA Honors its President With an Award

Laguna Beach PTA Council President Kathleen Fay was recently awarded the California PTA’s most prestigious honor, the Golden Oak Service Award. Fay was selected for her exceptional contributions to the school-community’s children for over a decade, said council historian Lisa...

Boys Volleyball (19-8)

Breakers Advance to CIF Semi’s for the 21st time – Qualify for State Laguna opened their 42nd straight trip to the playoffs seeded fourth in Division 2 last week and the four top seeds held and faced off this past Wednesday, May 20, in the semifinals. Breakers hosted No. 1 Oak...

Track & Field

The girls qualified in seven events but the boys just missed in the Southern Section D4 preliminaries held on Saturday, May 16 at Carpinteria High School. The enrollment based division limited to schools under 1.030 students Coco Putnam led the way with two individual events and...

Softball (0-17, 0-9)

The season concluded last week with the final contest on May 14 at Godinez cancelled due to rain. Breakers lost their previous game to league champion Calvary Chapel (16-8, 10-0), 20-0 on Tuesday, May 12, at TeWinkle Park.

Boys Tennis

Breakers Advance to CIF Semi’s Laguna rallied to revenge last year’s loss to long-time rival Garden Grove with an 11-7 victory this past Monday, May 18, at the Argonaut’s campus in the Division 4 quarterfinals. Breakers were down 4-2 after the first round of sets and rallied as...

Boys Golf Ninth at Southern Division CIF

Breakers finished their best showing in nearly 30 years at the Southern Division playoffs on Monday, May 18, at Mile Square. Only the two top teams from each of the seven divisions advance to the Southern Section finals. Laguna scores: John Grayden-72, Drake Dvorak- 76, Max...

Girls Sand Volleyball (9-3, 6-2)

The Sand season ended last Friday as the Breakers suffered a 2-1 loss to Santa Margarita in the league second round of playoffs. Pairs and scores were not available.

Baseball (19-6, 14-0)

Laguna’s final regular season contest was rained out last week and the team’s league win streak run at 48 straight will be resumed next season. The Division 4 section playoffs begin at 3 p.m. on Friday, May 22 at Skipper Carrillo Field facing either Century (16-9) or Colton...

Breakers Earn Laguna’s First Swim Crown

Boys Are CIF Champs! Laguna swimmers saved their best for last, set a new school record in the 4 x 100 relay and vaulting the team to their first CIF title in 54 years last Saturday, May 16, at Riverside City College. The title is the school’s 41st Southern Section sports banner...

Big Field Competes for Bigger Purse at the 39th Women’s Laguna Open

In only their third professional tournament together, Meg Chetwood and Tiffany Marinos held off a comeback attempt by Elisa Rodriquez and Lia Jackson, two members of the Costa Rican national team who train in Manhattan Beach, to win the 39th Women’s Laguna Open 25-22 at Main...