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Boys Volleyball Sweeps Santa Margarita

Breakers rallied to defeat the Dana Hills Dophins earlier this month at Dugger Gym. They’re currently ranked 20th in the SSCIF poll.

Ranked 20th this week in the SSCIF poll, Breakers showed they belong in the top 20 with a pair of competitive road games

On Wednesday, March 13, Laguna won their first best-of-five set matches in 10 tries with Santa Margarita by sweeping the highly regarded Eagles 25-23, 25-23, 25-20 at their gym. Bianchi led again with 18 kills while Reavis added 11 and Lucas Kravitz had 4. George Knapp was dig leader with 17. The team served very well, recording eight aces and giving up only three errors on aces/overpassed serve receives and six missed serves.

Last Thursday, March 7, Laguna lost a tough road match at San Clemente losing 34-36, 29-27, 22-25, 18-25 at the Triton Gym. In the epic first set, longest ever in the 16-year rally scoring era, Breakers led 13-8 at one point but could not shake the hosts who tied the match at 25. Laguna served set point seven times before losing. Laguna led much of the pivotal third set only to let the Tritons back in to win the set on self-inflicted errors. Geste Bianchi led the squad overall with 33 kills while Andrew Reavis added 17. George Knapp had 25 digs, Bianchi added 15.

Laguna faces #16 Edison on Friday, March 15, 6 p.m. at Dugger Gym, and next week they travel to #6 Los Alamitos on March 20, followed by Fountain Valley at home on March 22.

 

SSCIF D1/2 Poll for 3/11:

1 – Newport Harbor, 2 – Mira Costa, 3 – Loyola, 4 – Redondo, 5 – Huntington Beach, 6 – Los Alamitos, 7 – Santa Margarita, 8 – San Clemente, 9 – Santa Barbara, 10 – Corona del Mar, 11 – Newbury Park, 12 – Palos Verdes, 13 – Saddleback Valley Christian, 14 – Mater Dei, 15 – Tesoro, 16 – Edison, 17 – Servite, 18 – Esperanza, 19 – San Marcos, 20 – Laguna Beach.

The 34th Annual Alumni game is slated for Friday, April 26, at Dugger Gym and will include Senior Night and a tribute to honor the late Rolf Engen, who was instrumental in the success of the program in the 1970s.

 

Baseball (7-6)

Breakers have lost five straight games, including a pair of extra inning contests. Laguna lost 4-3 to Los Alamitos on March 8, 2-3 at Villa Park on March 9 and 14-3 to Edison on March 13. League play began on March 15 at Newport Harbor. Player statistics are posted on Max Preps.

 

Boys Golf (4-1)

Laguna defeated Estancia 215-224 on March 13 at Aliso Niguel CC. Chase Gioffredi was the top overall golfer with a 37 followed by Gus Morck at 40. Other Laguna scores were Tai Diggins – 43, Jameson Roller – 45, Aiden Svenson – and Kyle Shaw with 50.

On March 12 at Mesa Verde, Estancia defeated Laguna 226-242. Laguna scores were Chase Gioffredi – 42, Aiden Svenson – 46, Trent Ralston – 51, Andrew Mundy – 51 and Tai Diggins – 52.

Last week they defeated Ocean View on March 7 at Mile Square 227-244.

Scoring were Tai Diggins – 43, Jameson Roller – 43, Chase Gioffredi – 44, Kyle Shaw – 48, and Aiden Svenson – 49.

 

Lacrosse

Boys are 0-3 losing 5-1 to Sage Hill on March 13 and Irvine 5-4 on March 11. Girls had to forfeit their league match with Corona del Mar on March 7 due to not having enough players to field a team and ran into similar numbers issues in a scheduled match with J Serra

 

Softball (3-3)

Breakers defeated Portola 16-3 on March 9 but lost 3-1 to Century later that day. On March 12 the Breakers were no match for Edison losing 12-1. League play begins March 19 hosting Newport Harbor at the Thurston field.

 

Boys Tennis (4-5)

Laguna dropped their opening Wave League match to Edison on March 7 losing 10-8. Breakers came very close with four sets that could have easily gone Laguna’s way. On March 12 the Breakers lost 11-7 in a non-league match with Los Alamitos. Breakers will complete their non-league matches with Huntington Beach (March 14), Corona del Mar (March 19) and Fountain Valley (March 21).

 

Girls Sand Volleyball (4-0)

The sixth season of girls sand volleyball is underway and the Breakers are also playing in the Orange County BVL in addition to the IBVL program they have always participated in.

Breakers defeated Tesoro on Monday in a match rescheduled due to weather last week.

Varsity @ Main Beach vs. Tesoro 6-0

1s: Peri Brennan & Piper Naess won 21-6, 21-5

2s: Hallie Carballo & Cambria Hall won 21-10, 21-10

3s: Soren Patchell & Ella Tyus won 21-3, 21-11

4s: Mikayla Smith & Bella Mullin won 21-6, 21-10

5s: Sophie Black & Emma Bladergroen won 21-12, 21-14

4v4: Jackie Strawn, Peri Brennan, Piper Naess, Cambria Hall, Soren Patchell, Ella Tyus won 28-8

@ Huntington Beach Courts vs. Edison – Laguna JV won 6-0

1s: Amelie Sadler & Alessandra Nitoglia won 21-19, 21-4

2s: Sophie Reavis & Lucky Hauer won 21-17, 15-21, 16-14

3s: Shanti Nunn & Lucy Loughlin won 21-13, 21-7

4s: Harper Bunn & Sydney Freeman won 21-7, 21-17

5s: Olivia Policastro & Annabelle Kieswetter won 21-11, 21-12

4v4: Nunn, Sadler, Nitoglia, Hauer won 29-27

 

Varsity Schedule

Weds, March 13 @ Huntington, Newland St – 3:30 p.m. vs. JSerra

Weds, March 20 @ Huntington, Newland St – 3:30 p.m. vs. San Clemente

Weds, March 27 @ Huntington, Newland St – 3:30 p.m. vs. Saddleback Valley

Weds, April 3 @ Huntington, Newland St – 3:30 p.m. vs. Huntington Beach

Weds, April 17 @ Huntington, Newland St – 3:30 p.m. vs. Mater Dei

(April 22 – May 2 — Playoffs)

 

IBVL: Check out these matches/schedules at www.IBVL.org. Breakers are in the Orange Division with El Toro, J Serra, Long Beach Poly, and St Joseph/Lakewood.

JV Schedule

Weds, March 13 @ Huntington, Newland St – 3:30 p.m. vs. JSerra

Weds, March 20 @ Huntington, Newland St – 3:30 p.m. vs. San Clemente

Weds, March 27 @ Huntington, Newland St – 3:30 p.m. vs. Los Alamitos

Weds, April 3 @ Huntington, Newland St – 3:30 p.m. vs. Huntington Beach

Weds, April 17 @ Huntington, Newland St – 3:30 p.m. vs. Mater Dei Red

(April 22 – May 2 — Playoffs)

 

 

 

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