Breakers continue to romp in league

Boys' volleyball team now 7-0 in Orange Coast League after latest sweep, this one against Godinez.

April 14, 2011|By Mike Sciacca,
  • Laguna's Ethan Morris rips one past two Calvary Chapel blockers in Monday's match. Laguna won in a sweep.
Laguna's Ethan Morris rips one past two Calvary… (Don Leach, Coastline…)

The Laguna Beach boys' volleyball team improved to 7-0 against Orange Coast League competition Tuesday by scoring a 25-11, 25-13, 25-13 sweep of host Godinez.

It was the first league loss for the Grizzlies.

Robbie McKnight and Austin Hillemann had 12 and nine kills, respectively, Troy Donenfeld had 12 digs and Jack Winn 29 assists for the Breakers, who put their overall record at 14-10.

In a league match Monday, Laguna scored a 25-17, 25-21, 25-19 win at Calvary Chapel. McKnight had 18 kills, Alek Burk 11 kills, Donenfeld 12 digs and Winn 35 assists.

The Breakers are off until April 28, when they play a league match at Godinez.


Boys' Tennis

Laguna continued its dominant run in the Orange Coast League Tuesday by blanking visiting Saddleback, 18-0. The Breakers lost just two games and outscored the Roadrunners, 108-2.

In previous action, Laguna dropped a close home nonleague match Monday to Cerritos, 10-8, winning four sets in singles and doubles.


Jake Michaels had a strong performance at No. 1 singles against Pilki Min, the Dons' top player, winning, 6-1. It was the third time that the two have met on the court and Michaels now holds a 2-1 edge against Min. Michaels posted 6-1, 1-6, 6-2 scores.

Beniot Romeo (0-6, 0-6, 6-1) and Teague Hamilton (0-6, 2-6, 6-2) both fell to Min, but each was able to win a set at No. 2 and 3 singles.

In doubles, Hutton McKenna and Morgan Lebby won three sets, two by tiebreaker. The other doubles win came from Nick Le/Will Reeves (1-6, 4-6, 6-2).

At No. 2 doubles, Austin Loomis paired up with Taylor Davidson. Loomis has played all season with Owen Weber, who sat out the match because of a back injury. Loomis and Davidson had scores of 1-6, 2-6, 3-6.

Laguna, now 5-0 in league, is off for spring break next week. The Breakers resume league play April 26, hosting Costa Mesa.


Boys' Golf

Andrew Palmer earned medalist honors with a 33 as Laguna scored a 193-251 Golden West League win Monday over Loara at Aliso Creek Golf Course.

The Breakers, 8-2 overall, are off until April 25, when they resume league play against Estancia at Aliso Viejo Country Club.



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