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Baseball

Sign Up Nears for Boys B-ball

Registration for the boys basketball league at the Boys and Girls Club of Laguna, under the direction of Coach Hans Laroche, opens on Tuesday, Sept. 6. Player evaluations are mandatory and will be held the week of Oct. 3-7. Four sessions of pre-season basketball camp starts Oct....

How Breakers Won a Title

Breakers Southern Section CIF title victory June 4 was the first in 78 seasons for baseball at Laguna Beach High School and the school’s 42nd all-time crown. Head coach Mike Bair survived some second-guessing by school administrators that held an impromptu evaluation of the coach...

Basketball

Basketball

Boys Basketball (11-5) Breakers closed out their play in the Under Armour/Torrey Pines Holiday Classic last week with a pair of tough losses against very talented teams. On Tuesday, Dec. 29, Riverside Poly (12-2) defeated the Breakers 63-47 at Santa Fe Christian High School in...

Basketball

Boys Basketball (11-3) Laguna outscored Huntington Beach 30-13 in the final period to pull off another victory over the Oilers with a 77-72 win in the North South Challenge on Monday, Dec. 21 at El Toro High School. The 30 points ranks among the top single quarter outputs by...

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Football

Breakers Get Homecoming Victory 21-12

  Football (4-4, 2-1) Laguna captured the 61st homecoming game with a 21-12 win over Saddleback (1-2, 3-5) in front of a large homecoming crowd at Guyer Field Friday, Oct. 21. The victory snapped a two game losing streak to the Roadrunners, who still hold a series edge at...

Breakers Spoil Stadium Dedication 43-9

Football (3-4, 1-1) Costa Mesa scheduled their new stadium dedication by selecting their contest with Laguna Beach, the one league team where they held a dominating series advantage. The plans unraveled early as the Breakers spoiled the 37th meeting between the schools with a...

Golf

Boys Golf

Placement will still be by league and geography. No changes are expected.

Soccer

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...

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...

Softball

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.

Softball (0-16, 0-8)

The season concluded this past week with a game on Tuesday, May 12, with league champion Calvary and the final game on Thursday, May 14, at Godinez. Last week Laguna lost to Saddleback 23-11 on May 5 and 20-2 to Godinez on May 7. The Friday scheduled non-league contest with Mary...

Surfing & Bodyboarding

Famed Surfer Drops In on Laguna

By Lindsey Paige | Special to the Independent Waterman Laird Hamilton will make a special appearance at the Rivera Hotel in Laguna Beach this Saturday, July 16, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for a stand-up paddleboard demonstration, said Steve Owen, owner of stand-up paddleboard...

LBHS Surfers and Team Take Top Honors

By  Scott Finn and Alisa Cairns  Scholastic High School competitive season has concluded and the final overall ratings are in, with Laguna Beach High School surfers and the team taking top honors. Trophies were awarded to the top teams as well as the top five Individuals in each...

Swimming

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...

Breakers Capture League Titles

Swimming Once again Laguna has captured the Orange Coast League swimming crowns as the boys captured five of the eight individual events and all three relays to out point runner-up Calvary 433 to 260. Costa Mesa finished third at 260. For the Breakers, it was their seventh...

Tennis

Boys Tennis (3-1)

Laguna split their matches last week losing the tie breakers to Mission Viejo 69-64 in games on Tuesday, March 7, and crushing Trabuco Hills 14-4 on Thursday, March 9. Mission Viejo Scores Mason Libby 1-6, 0-6, 6-4, Nick Besso 2-6, 0-6, 2-6, Ethan Gee 6-4, 2-6, 6-1, Andrew...

Tennis

  Boys Tennis (2-0) Laguna defeated Aliso Niguel 11-7 on March 2 on the local courts. Breakers picked up five singles wins by Nick Besso, Mason Lebby, and Ethan Gee and the three doubles teams – Tristan Krogius/Sam Reynolds, Andrew Johnson/Taylor Sokolovic, and Blake...

Track & Field

Track & Field

Girls 5th at CIF The Laguna girls recorded their best finish in over 30 years in the Southern Section CIF Division IV finals, held Saturday, May 23, at Cerritos College. Breakers competed in Division 4, limited to schools under 1,030 students and had the highest finish for a...

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...

Waterpolo

Locals Join USA Water Polo Roster

  Laguna’s goalie, junior Thea Walsh, and team MVP, senior Aria Fischer, will join the 13-player roster of the USA Women’s National Team for the FINA Intercontinental Tournament May 2-7 at UC Davis, USA water polo announced last week. LBHS head coach Ethan Damato will serve as an...

Girls Water Polo Awards

Laguna’s championship girls water polo squad held their annual post-season banquet on Thursday, March 16, at the Woman’s Club. Breakers varsity finished 31-0 as clearly the nation’s top team while the talented JV squad went 21-5 with losses only to ranked varsity teams. The JV...