Girls Sand Volleyball (4-1)
Breakers suffered a big conference loss dropping a match to Saddleback Valley Christian 2-1 on Wednesday, March 28, at Main Beach. The top team of senior Lauren LaMontagne and freshman Piper Naess lost 21-16, 19-21, 11-15; No. 2’s seniors Kendyl Brennan and Callista Wulff lost 15-21, 21-23; No. 3’s senior Kaden Matheson and freshman Soren Patchell won 21-14, 19-21, 15-10.
On Thursday, April 30, Laguna got back on track with a 3-0 sweep of El Toro on the Charger’s courts. The No. 1 team of LaMontagne and Kendyl Brennan won 21-13, 21-17. They started strong, and went on a few clutch runs in the second game to clinch it. The second team of Hallie Carballo and Kylee Matheson won 21-6, 21-19. They dominated the first game, but had to come from behind in the second against an El Toro team that refused to quit.
The third team of senior Katie Hayden and freshman Piper Naess won 21-12, 21-9. Katie set the tone for the match with great defense, and set Piper up to show off her offensive firepower.
Boys Volleyball (5-2, 3-0)
Last week the Breakers swept a pair of league matches defeating Costa Mesa 25-8, 25-18, 25-16 on Wednesday, March 28, and Godinez 25-13, 25-20, 25-19 on Thursday, March 30. Andrew Reavis led the Breakers against Costa Mesa with 11 kills and Ryan Blaser led in digs with 11. Laguna extended their series edge on the Mustangs to 69-1. On Thursday against the Grizzlies, Pete Obradovich recorded 13 kills, the second highest set kill total since 2004. Breakers have now won 81 consecutive league matches since 2008..
SS CIF D1 Poll for April 3 : 1 – Oak Park, 2 – Loyola, 3 – Corona del Mar, 4 – Newport Harbor, 5 – Westlake , 6 – Mater Dei, 7 – Mira Costa, 8 – Edison, 9 – Huntington Beach 10 – Laguna Beach