Mackenzie Baldridge scored twice and Lida DeGroote, Riley Duncan, Jessica Shusko and Kate Magnusson all scored once. Alia Manetta had two assists, Etianne Manetta four saves and Jenna Knott three saves.
On Monday, Laguna — ranked seventh in CIF Division 1 — hosted San Clemente, the top-ranked team in Division 2. The Tritons took a 3-2 halftime lead but a big second half by the Breakers led them to an 8-6 victory.
Holechek had three goals, Shusko and Anderson two apiece and Masson scored once.
"We had a great third quarter where we went on a 4-1 run," Damato said. "This was a big win for us, as we did not play our best water polo but still found a way to win.
Laguna was also impressive in another nonleague encounter Jan. 28. The Breakers routed ninth-ranked Palos Verdes, 18-3, at the Laguna pool. Lexie del Toro led the charge with six goals, Holechek scored five times and Masson four goals.
The Breakers completely dominated the Sea Kings and rolled to an 11-0 lead into the half.
"That was one our best games of the season thus far," Damato said. "We came out excited and played very well defensively, which sparked our counter attack and got us some easy opportunities. It was a fun game to watch."
Laguna (14-6 3-0 in league) is playing this weekend at the Irvine Southern California Women's Water Polo Championships tournament, which began Thursday. Thirty-two top-rated teams, split equally into four brackets, are competing for the title. The Breakers, who will play five games through Saturday, will play at the Santa Margarita High pool today. They are the No. 2-seed in the Santa Margarita bracket behind Los Alamitos, the No. 2 team in CIF Division 1. The rest of the pool includes Santa Margarita, Murrieta Valley, San Marcos, Mira Costa, Cathedral Catholic and Long Beach Millikan.
"We are excited to play this weekend and look forward to playing some better water polo than we have the last two weeks," Damato said. "At this time of the year, we want to play in as many big games as possible and get hot at the right time.
"This should be a great challenge for our girls and some great experience heading into the playoffs."