The 2010 season came to an end Wednesday for the Laguna Beach girls' tennis team, which fell, 13-5, to visiting Woodbridge in a first-round CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoff match.
Laguna, champion of the Orange Coast League, picked up three points in singles play and two more in doubles. Woodbridge took the opening round, 6-0 and the second round, 5-1. The Breakers took the third round, 4-2.
The Breakers' No. 1 singles player, Taylor Nederlander, won two of three, rallying from a 5-2 deficit to edge the Warriors' No. 2 player, Kylie Peek (7-6) before blanking No. 3 Noor Schopers (6-0). Nederlander, a sophomore, fell 6-0 to No.1 Mayo Hibi.
Woodbridge, the No. 3 team from the Pacific Coast League, advances to face Mission League champ Harvard-Westlake on Saturday.
Laguna coach Alec Horton called Wednesday's defeat a "humbling experience" for the team.
"I think we could have competed better," Horton said. "Nonetheless, Woodbridge was a little deeper than we were. They were ready to compete and play."