The top dog in the CIF Southern Section Division 3 boys' water polo playoffs is moving on.
Laguna Beach rolled from the start of its first-round game against Temple City on Wednesday and scored an easy 20-5 victory against the visiting Rams.
The win puts the Breakers into today's quarterfinals, where they will host Aliso Niguel in a 3:15 p.m. contest.
The Wolverines, the No. 2 team from the South Coast League, also won their first-round match Wednesday by scoring a last-second 10-9 win against visiting El Segundo.
Laguna and Aliso Niguel met earlier this month, with the Breakers scoring a 16-4 nonleague victory Nov. 3.
"The guys have been really excited about the playoffs all week," Laguna Coach Ethan Damato said. "In the first two quarters, I thought our counter-attack looked sharp and we played excellent defense."
Eight Breakers scored, led by six goals by Nolan McConnell. Tyler Mancusso scored four goals, Spencer Dodson and Nicky Brunner each scored three goals, Caleb Scott had two goals and Jack Clark, Samer Alkateb and Camron Hauer each scored once.