The Laguna Beach baseball team is at it again, this time by becoming the winningest team in the program's history.
Wednesday at Estancia, Laguna established the single-season record for victories in a season by defeating the Eagles, 2-0. The win puts the Breakers at 17-2 on the year, with eight league games remaining.
What's more, Laguna (7-0 in Orange Coast League) leads the rest of the Orange Coast League pack by two games.
"We had talked about it and it's nice to set the record," said Laguna Coach Jeff Sears, whose 2010 squad had set the previous single-season record for wins at 16.
The Breakers are ranked fourth this week in CIF Division 4.
The Eagles fell to 8-9 and 3-4 in league.
Senior pitcher Chris Paul (5-1) had a big hand in Wednesday's triumph. The right-hander decided the outcome of the game by delivering a two-out, two-run scoring single in the top of the fifth that gave the Breakers all they would need.