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Boys Basketball (8-10)

Freshman Blake Burzell puts up two of his game high 22 points at home against Capistrano Valley Christian on Friday, Jan .9.Photo Credit: Robert Campbell

Freshman Blake Burzell puts up two of his game high 22 points at home against Capistrano Valley Christian on Friday, Jan .9.Photo Credit: Robert Campbell

Junior Isaac Wulff scored six against Capistrano Valley Christian. Photo Credit: Robert Campbell

Junior Isaac Wulff scored six against Capistrano Valley Christian.
Photo Credit: Robert Campbell

Breakers concluded their non-league schedule suffering a 58-42 loss to Capistrano Valley Christian, ranked third in Division 5A. The talented private school featured some big players in 6’ 10” Simon Okolue and 6’ 8” Spider Adetuniji.

Blake Burzell had a slow start but finished with 22 points (299 for the season) Isaac Wulff added six points and Darin Richardson added 14.

League play began this past week at Costa Mesa and this Friday with Saddleback. Laguna has won all eight Orange Coast League titles and have a 67-6 OCL conference record, winning the last 23 straight league games. Overall, Laguna is 22-9 with Calvary, 52-21 with Costa Mesa including the last 20 straight, 27-33 with Estancia, 12-0 with Godinez, and 22-15 with Saddleback. Brandon Smith from Godinez appears poised to de-throne the eight –time Orange Coast League Breakers. The Grizzlies are 13-4 and UC Irvine signed the 6’ 5” Smith, who is averaging 23 points a game. The two teams first meet on Wednesday, Jan. 28, 7 p.m., at Dugger Gym.

Junior Darin Richardson collected 14 against Capistrano Valley Christian. Photo Credit: Robert Campbell

Junior Darin Richardson collected 14 against Capistrano Valley Christian. Photo Credit: Robert Campbell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Girls Basketball (8-8)

Laguna used a balance attack to rally past Santiago/Garden Grove 35-32 last Friday, Jan. 9, at the Cavalier’s gym. Alexandra Lewis scored 10 points, Nicole Davidson added nine with Rachael Kenney and Sydney DeCarlo added seven each. DeCarlo also recorded 16 rebounds and four steals. Breakers have now won four straight and have emerged as a real contender to Estancia’s recent league domination. Breakers were 8-2 in conference play last season, the program’s best conference record since 1975.

 

D-4 AA SSCIF Poll for Jan 12: 1 – Sierra Canyon, 2 – J Serra, 3 – Oaks Christian, 4 – Harvard-Westlake, 5 – Bishop Montgomery, 7 – Rosary, 8 – Duarte, 9 – Twenty-nine Palms, 10 – Louisville, 11 – Estancia, 12 – Flintridge Sacred Heart, 13 – St Lucy’s, 14 – Notre Dame SO, 15 – Santa Ynez, 16 – Laguna Beach

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