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Boys Soccer (4-7-3. 2-3-1)

Breakers are tied for third place with Costa Mesa and will host the Mustangs on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 6:30 p.m. at Guyer Field with the winner clearly in position to make the playoffs. Last week Laguna tied Saddleback 0-0 on Wednesday, Jan. 25, at Laguna then lost 4-0 to the top-ranked county team, Godinez, at Centennial Park in Santa Ana.


Girls Soccer (15-3-2, 7-0-0)

Breakers moved a step closer to their title quest with a 3-1 thrashing of Calvary Chapel at Centennial Park this past Tuesday, Jan. 31. The first score came 20 minutes into the contest when Reilyn Turner converted a penalty kick after getting fouled near the Eagles cage. Breakers made it 2-0 at the 35 minute mark when Blake Turner fed her sister for Reilyn’s second score. The final goal came in the second half from Turner again this time off a pass by Shea Skenderian. Cameron Russo had 10 saves and the defense by Emily Addis, Brynn Anderson, Kerin Onodera, Piper Naess, and Christine Johnson had another great outing


Last week Laguna defeated Saddleback 3-0 and survived a wild sloppy game at Godinez 6-3. The league title showdown was held on Thursday, Feb. 2, when Laguna hosted Estancia. Breakers will close out the regular season with Costa Mesa on Monday, Feb. 6, and at Saddleback on Wednesday, Feb. 8. Playoff pairings will post on Monday, Feb. 13 on the web site with first round games on Thursday, Feb. 16.


SSCIF D4 Poll for Jan 30: 1 – La Quinta/LQ, 2 – Laguna Beach, 3 – Sierra Canyon, 4 – Alta Loma, 5 – Temescal Canyon, 6 – Estancia, 7 – Bloomington, 8 – Pacifica/Oxnard, 9 – Culver City, 10 – West Covina.

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