It's getting to that interesting part of the season for the Laguna Beach High boys' water polo team.
Last week, the Breakers had two big nonleague games against Palos Verdes and Newport Harbor. Today, they play another key nonleague game at Damien. But sandwiched between those three matches against highly ranked teams, Laguna played an Orange Coast League match against Costa Mesa.
Wednesday at Mesa's new aquatics center, the Breakers powered past the Mustangs, 22-3. The win upped their league record to 4-0 and secured no less than a tie for the league championship.
Costa Mesa fell to 0-4.
In four league games, Laguna, ranked No. 1 in CIF Division 3, has outscored the opposition, 88-17.
Having played road games at Palos Verdes, ranked third in Division 3, and at Newport Harbor, ranked fourth in Division 1, and with Damien, the No. 4 team in Division 3, on tap today, the Breakers managed to play focused and loose Wednesday.