No score is kept, no records recorded, but what is happening on the field during summer football will have a bearing on Laguna Beach this fall.
In a five-day span beginning July 7, the Breakers took part in two passing scrimmages. On July 7, they went up against Huntington Beach and University at Huntington Beach High. On Tuesday, they traveled to El Toro for a 7-on-7 passing scrimmage against the Chargers.
Both outings left first-year Coach Mike Churchill pleased with his team. He said without a score being kept, players are taught throughout each scrimmage.
"I feel that we are getting a grasp of what we can and cannot do," he said. "The good thing about these passing games is that the players acquire a familiarity with each other that you can't teach on a whiteboard."
Junior-to-be Larry Stewart quarterbacked the Breakers both days.
"He is getting his football arm back," said Churchill of Stewart, who in the spring started on the baseball team. "He continues to improve each time out."