In softball, Northwood jumped out to a 10-0 lead and went on to
record a 12-2 PCL victory at Laguna.
The Timberwolves scored four runs in each of the first two
innings, then scored twice in the third frame, to go up, 10-0.
They led, 12-0, before Laguna scored twice in the fifth inning.
The Breakers managed just one hit in the game, while Northwood had
In a previous league outing, Laguna was no-hit in a 10-0 loss at
Corona del Mar.
In boys' volleyball, Laguna dropped a was edged by host Corona del
Mar, 21-25, 26-24, 23-25, 15-25, in the league finale for both
The Sea Kings claimed the PCL title with a 10-0 record; the Breakers finished with a 7-3 mark.
Laguna will open the CIF-Southern Section Division II playoffs
Tuesday at 7 p.m.. They Breakers, who received a first-round bye,
will host the winner of today's first-round match between Canyon of
Canyon Country and LittlerockLaguna's outstanding boys' volleyball
heritage was on display last Friday when the current varsity squad
took on the alumni in a match titled, "Legends" vs. Varsity, at
The following players composed the starting lineup for the alumni:
Scott Fortune (1984), middle blocker: Was 1984 Orange County
Player of the Year, South Coast league MVP, All CIF 3-time
All-American at Stanford, three-time member of U.S. Olympic Team
(bronze in 1992, gold in 1988).
Lance Stewart (1981), setter: Current head coach of the Laguna
boys' varsity team. Was 1981 All-Orange County & All-CIF, Cal Hi
State Player of the Year. Also All-CIF in Basketball and Football;
1980 South Coast League MVP in Football. As a coach won back-to-back
CIF and State Division I and national titles in girls' volleyball.
Bill Christiansen (1973), middle blocker: Two-time prep and
collegiate (UCLA) All-American; only county player to make 1973
first-team All-CIF; current girls' volleyball coach at Corona del
Adam Johnson (1983), outside hitter: 1983 South Coast League
Co-MVP; All-Orange County; three-time collegiate All-American at USC;
1986 College Player of the Year; listed No. 5 overall in career beach