Girls Sand Volleyball (3-0)
Breakers played their first matches at home on Main Beach last week, sweeping El Toro on Tuesday, March 21, and J Serra on Thursday, March 23.
Coach Steve McFadden reported first team seniors Lauren LaMontagne and Kendyl Brennan continue their league dominance, playing great defense and scoring with shots all over the court, winning 21-10, 21-11 in Thursday’s match. Second team freshmen Hallie Carballo and Peri Brennan picked up everything on defense with a 21-6, 21-4 win while the third team of sophomore Kylee Matheson and freshman Piper Naess showed off some offensive firepower with a 21-7, 21-15 victory.
In Tuesday’s win over the Chargers, LaMontagne/Brennan won 21-9, 21-11; Carballo/Brennan won 21-4, 21-9; and Katie Hayen/Lucy Fontenot prevailed 21-7, 21-15.
This past week Laguna hosted Saddleback Valley Christian and traveled to El Toro.
Boys Volleyball (3-2)
Laguna’s quest for their 31st league title got underway with a 25-15, 25-16, 25-16 sweep of Calvary Chapel at the loser’s gym Thursday, March 23.
Breakers had little trouble with the Eagles (5-4, 0-1), who appear to be the strongest league team after Laguna. Pete Obradovich led Laguna with 11 kills and freshmen hitter Ryan Blaser had nine and three net blocks. Barry Greenough came up with eight kills, and Andrew Reavis picked up seven in the last set.
Laguna’s JV suffered a 25-21, 22-25, 9-15 loss to Calvary, their first league loss since March 24, 2006. Breakers had won 98 straight league matches since then.
The squad’s is still in the hunt for their 12th straight league title and will face Calvary in a rematch on Monday, April 24.
SS CIF D1 Poll for March 27: 1 – Oak Park, 2 – Loyola, 3 – Newport Harbor, 4 – Westlake 5 – Corona del Mar, 6 – Mater Dei, 7 – Huntington Beach, 8 – Mira Costa, 9 – Edison, 10 – Laguna Beach