Laguna, now 1-1 in league and 6-1 overall, will try to keep the momentum going when it takes on host Godinez in league contest at 7 p.m. Friday at Segerstrom High.
The Breakers enter the game ranked sixth in the CIF Southern Division.
Laguna actually fell behind (6-0) last week against Calvary Chapel but then scored the next four touchdowns on two runs by Drake Martinez (four and 15 yards) and Norton Penney (eight and 34 yards). Martinez hooked up with quarterback Larry Stewart on a 65-yard scoring pass in the final minute of the first half and Penney capped the scoring with an 80-yard scoring run on the first play from scrimmage in the second half.
Penney piled up 204 yards on just 11 carries and Martinez had 94 yards on eight rushes and his two scores tied a Laguna record for touchdowns (20) in a season. The junior also tied the single-season record for points (136) in a season, a mark he shares with Bill O'Brien (1956) and Donelle Darling (2001).
In seven games, Martinez has rushed for 1,044 yards and 17 touchdowns on 85 carries.
The Breakers also tied a school record for points in a single quarter, their 34-point outburst in second quarter tying a record that was set 71 years ago in 1940. The 41 first-half points is the second most for a half in school history, second to the 44 the Breakers scored in a Sept. 16 win over Ocean View.
Godinez (0-2 league, 3-4 overall) is coming off a 35-7 loss to Estancia. Two weeks ago, the Grizzlies lost, 59-7, to Costa Mesa.
A win Friday by Laguna would give the program its first seven-win season since 1980.