Laguna continues to dominate league

Girls' tennis team remains undefeated in Orange Coast League play with 18-0 romp against Saddleback.

October 14, 2010|By Mike Sciacca,
  • Laguna Beach's Lia Berger hits a backhand return against Saddleback during Tuesday's match.
Laguna Beach's Lia Berger hits a backhand return… (KENT TREPTOW, Coastline…)

The Laguna Beach High girls' tennis team continued its dominance in Orange Coast League play Tuesday by shutting out visiting Saddleback, 18-0.

Singles players Aislin Elkin, Ines Galmiche, Stephanie Tat, Parker Poche' and Katelyn Bo, and the doubles teams of Haley Moss/Lia Berger, Kate Rogers/Katelyn Walsh, Claire Jaeger/Bianca Sganga, Chloe Mansour/Shawna Yang and Monica Prokes/Sarah Nederlander all contributed to the victory.

Laguna dropped just seven games in 18 sets.

The win put the Breakers at 5-0 in league and 7-4 overall.

Laguna competes today and Saturday at the Dana Hills Tennis Coastal Championship. The Breakers return to league play next week playing Tuesday at Calvary Chapel and home Wednesday to Godinez. Both matches begin at 3 p.m.


Girls' Volleyball

Laguna ran its Orange Coast League record to 3-0 and overall mark to 8-4 Tuesday by sweeping visiting Godinez, 25-9, 25-7, 25-13. Chanel Stewart had nine kills and seven digs, Mackenzie Hester seven kills and Caroline Holte six kills and six digs. Allison Palmer had 27 assists for the Breakers, who won their 43rd straight league match.


Laguna, ranked fifth in Division 1-A, stepped out of league play to compete Saturday at the Steve Lewis Festival at Lakewood High. The Breakers dropped a tight match to Long Beach Poly, the No. 2-ranked team in Division 1-AA, 26-24, 25-21, 25-14.

Laguna is in San Diego County today and Saturday for the California Challenge, hosted by Torrey Pines High. The Breakers are in Pool 3 with Mira Costa, La Jolla Country Day, Rancho Buena Vista and Long Beach Wilson. The Breakers play four matches today, starting with Rancho Buena Vista at 4 p.m. They'll play Long Beach Wilson at 5 p.m., Mira Costa at 6 p.m. and La Jolla Country Day at 8 p.m. Each match is best two out of three.

Other teams competing for the tournament title are La Costa Canyon, Canyon Crest Academy, Mater Dei and Vista Murrieta in Pool 1, Marymount (No. 1 Division 1-A), Torrey Pines, Liberty and Scripps Ranch in Pool 2, and Archbishop Mitty, Dos Pueblos, Cathedral Catholic, Centennial and Bonita Vista in Pool 4.


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