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Breakers Collect Spring Break Wins

Baseball (8-5, 5-0) League Streak Hits 39 Laguna closed out the first round of league play with a perfect 5-0 record and for the 27th time, skipped the spring break vacation to play in a tournament. Breakers had to miss their usual fare in the Anaheim Lions tournament, which was...

Three Breakers Turned Bears Take On UCLA

  Former Laguna Beach High School baseball players Chris Paul (“11), Robbie McInerny (‘13) and Preston GrandPre (‘14) return to southern California as members of the UC Berkeley Bears to take on PAC 12 rivals UCLA Bruins in a crucial three game series, April 16-18. The...

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Girls Golf (2-4)

Breakers concluded the non-league season with a pair of win defeating Saddleback Valley Christian 272-275 on September 17 and Sage Hill 226-258 on September 22. League play opened at Costa Mesa on September 23.

Girls Golf (0-3)

Non-league season continued as the Breakers lost to Saddleback Valley Christian 250 to 264 on Sept. 9 at The Ranch. Low score for Laguna was BellaRose Robinson with a 42.

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Boys Tennis (4-1)

Laguna suffered their first loss of the season losing 11-7 at Huntington Beach on Tuesday, March 15. Breakers had two double winners with Ryan Gee taking two sets in singles and the doubles team of Ethan Gee and Hayden Seitz taking two. On Thursday, March 10, Laguna easily...

Boys Tennis (2-0)

Breakers returned to action on Tuesday, March 8, with J Serra and Thursday, March 10, at Trabuco Hills. Laguna will travel to Huntington Beach on Tuesday, March 15, and will open their 82nd league campaign on Thursday, March 17, with Estancia. The March 3 match with Newport...

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Local Polo Player Earns an Olympic Toehold

Sebastian Jacobs, 15, a Laguna Beach High School sophomore, was selected for the men’s U.S. water polo cadet team. The Olympic development program team was selected April 4 and will participate in the Pan Am Youth Polo Championships in Edmonton, Canada.    

Foothill Upsets Breakers, 4-3

Laguna’s girls water polo run for their third straight Division 1 CIF title ended Wednesday, Feb. 24, at the Woollett Center in Irvine as the Knights held off Laguna in the semi-final to pull off the upset. Foothill (24-6) had lost eight straight to the Breakers including 10-4...