It's been a busy week for the Laguna Beach High football team, which had just three practice days to prepare for another Orange Coast League opponent.
Six days after opening league play against Estancia, the Breakers took on Calvary Chapel on Thursday night. The score from that game wasn't available at press time.
Last week, Laguna suffered its first defeat of the season when defending league champion Estancia scored a 35-14 victory in the Breakers' homecoming game at Guyer Field. The Breakers never led in the contest and couldn't contain Eagles running back Robert Murtha. Last year's OCL Player of the Year rolled for 255 yards and three touchdowns.
Laguna dropped from fifth to ninth in this week's CIF Southern Division poll, while Estancia moved up from sixth to fourth.
"We got beat by a real good football team," Laguna Coach Mike Churchill said after the Breakers were held to their lowest point total of the season. "They are just so much bigger up front than we are, and they pretty much ran on us all night.