Girls Sand Volleyball (6-1)

Squad is off for Spring Break and will return to action next week.

Boys Volleyball (8-2, 5-0)

Laguna completed the first round of league play sweeping Saddleback 25-9, 25-10, 25-20 on Tuesday, April 11, at Bus McKnight Gymnasium on the Saddleback campus. Eleven different Laguna players recorded kills in the match led by Barry Greenough with eight. Enzo Sadler continued to serve tough with six aces while libero Guy Thomas picked up five aces on his serving. Breakers have won 83 consecutive league matches.

Last Friday, April 14, Breakers traveled to Moore League power Lakewood for a non-league match. The atmosphere at the 3,400 student school had the feel of a playoff and Laguna responded with a 25-22, 25-15, 25-14 sweep of the Lancers. Key point in the first set was the serving by Sam Burgi, recording three consecutive aces that rallied the team to the set win. Breakers hitting and blocking controlled the second set and the hosts never threatened after that. Pete Obradovich led the Breakers with 13 kills while Barry Greenough added nine, Ryan Blaser eight, Sam Burgi and Josh McManus seven each for the Breaker attack. Cole Paxson was the dig leader, dished out 34 assists and recorded a solo block.

Laguna was off this past week but will play on six straight days making up for the odd spring break schedule by the school district. Laguna will host Calvary, travel to Costa Mesa, host Godinez and Saddleback, Monday through Thursday, respectively, and participate in the Redondo Union Tournament Friday and Saturday. The oldest boy’s volleyball tournament in Southern California started at Inglewood High School in 1971. This event will feature many Division 1 teams hoping to improve their playoff placement.

Looking ahead:

Tuesday, May 2 – Estancia, 5:15 p.m., Dugger Gym

Wednesday, May 3 – Dana Hills, 5:15 p.m.

Friday, May 5 – Alumni Game, 6 p.m.


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