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February 13, 2014
Tuesday Boys' Soccer (3 p.m.) CIF wild-card games Girls' Basketball (7 p.m.) CIF wild-card games — Wednesday Girls' Soccer (3 p.m.) CIF wild-card games Girls' Water Polo (5 p.m.) CIF first-round games Boys' Basketball (7 p.m.) CIF wild-card games — Thursday Boys' Soccer (3 p.m.) CIF first-round games Girls' Basketball (7 p.m.) — Friday, Feb. 21 Girls' Soccer (3 p.m.) CIF first-round games — Boys' Basketball (7 p.m.)
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February 16, 2012
'Gallery' opening was a hot social event The one-night-only opening of "The Dolphin Gallery" at Top of the World Elementary School was a success. On Feb. 10, more than 330 Laguna Beach families attended Arts Night at the school, which transformed the school's multipurpose room into a makeshift art gallery with visual arts pieces shown off by every student in the school. There was also live entertainment provided by students, a potluck dessert and crafts tables for younger kids to make art projects.
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September 27, 2002
Tryouts for youngsters interested in playing basketball for Laguna Beach's All-Net National Junior Basketball teams will be held at Laguna Beach High's Dugger Gym the first two Sundays in October. The All-Net teams are open to boys and girls in third through eighth grade. The first tryout session, slated for Oct. 6, will run between 6-7 p.m., for boys and girls in third through fifth grade. On Sunday, Oct. 13, the second tryout will run between 6-7 p.m. for boys and girls in sixth through eighth grade.
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January 27, 2006
Laguna High boys', girls' teams look strong as they cruise to easy league victories.The Laguna Beach High boys' basketball team worked its way back into the win column Wednesday when it routed host Beckman, 57-23, in Pacific Coast League action. The Breakers controlled the game early and improved to 2-5 in league. Both victories have come at the expense of Beckman. The entire Laguna lineup got into the scoring act, paced by 22 points by Cheyne Martin. Ryan Lawler scored nine points and had six rebounds, and Jeff Clark and Bobby Monroe each scored seven points.
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November 28, 2008
GIRLS Head Coach: Jon Hendrickson (2nd year, 13-14) Staff: Sean Mehegan, Ana Lopez Last year?s record: 13-14 League record/finish: 6-3/second 2008 CIF results: Reached second round of Division V playoffs. Program tidbits: Breakers beat Orange Coast League champion Costa Mesa by one point on their home floor and went on to win a first-round home CIF playoff game. Returning starters: Emily Writer, Soph. G/F, second-team all-league; Sam Garner, Soph.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 20, 2012
Twelve games into the 2012-13 season, and Laguna Beach High boys' basketball coach Bret Fleming says he's still mystified by his team. The Breakers have won seven of those 12 outings and most recently wrapped play Saturday at the Irvine World News/Gary Raya Classic. They started off dubiously at the tournament, losing consecutive games to Woodbridge (52-42) and Tesoro (60-52). They regrouped to defeat Esperanza (70-58) and Edison (60-54) in succession, but in the fifth-place game Saturday, lost, 54-45, to Northwood.
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November 26, 2004
Mike Sciacca The 2004-05 boys' and girls' prep basketball season is in full swing, as the Laguna Beach programs are completing their second full week of practice in preparation to the start of nonleague and tournament play, which gets underway Monday. Below is a capsule look at Laguna's girls' and boys' varsity basketball teams: Girls' Basketball 2004-05 Head coach: Stacy Howard Year at school: 4th League: Pacific Coast 2003-04 record: 11-12 overall League standing: 5-5; third 2004 CIF results: Lost first-round Division IVAA to Palos Verdes, 54-52.
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By Mike Sciacca | February 27, 2014
The season has come to an end for both the boys' and girls' basketball teams at Laguna Beach High, each just a few points shy of keeping their respective seasons alive, one a few steps shy of reaching the semifinals, the other, of moving on to the quarterfinal round. The boys' team journeyed Tuesday to San Luis Obispo for a quarterfinal date with Mission Prep in the CIF Southern Section Division 4AA playoffs and a second-round matchup that pitted two of the division's highest seeds.
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February 20, 2014
Friday CIF Girls' Soccer (3 p.m.) Chaffey at Laguna CIF Boy' Basketball (7 p.m.) Whittier Christian at Laguna — Tuesday CIF Boys' Soccer (3 p.m.) Second-round Boys' Tennis (3 p.m.) Laguna vs. Sage Hill (at The Tennis Club) CIF Boys' Basketball (7 p.m.) Division quarterfinals — Wednesday CIF Girls' Soccer (3 p.m.) Second-round CIF Girls' Water Polo (5, 7 p.m.) CIF division semifinals (at William Woollett Jr. Aquatic Center)
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By Mike Sciacca | February 20, 2014
At this stage of the season, it's all about one game, winning, and advancing for the Laguna Beach boys' basketball team. The Breakers stepped into the postseason Wednesday for their opening game of the CIF Southern Section Division 4AA playoffs at home against Rosemead Don Bosco Tech. They overcame a slow start by steadily pulling away to a 58-42 victory over the visiting Tigers at Dugger Gym. The 22nd win of the season sent Laguna, the No. 6-seed in the tournament, onward to a second-round clash Friday against 11th-seeded La Habra Whittier Christian.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 26, 2013
Having won its first three games of the Irvine World News Tournament, the Laguna Beach High boys' basketball team made its way to one of the finals of the tournament Saturday. The Breakers appeared to be on their way to the championship trophy by taking a 15-point halftime lead on El Toro, but the Chargers turned to their defense in the second half, and rallied to take the title with a 41-37 victory at Tustin High. Laguna, which had a four-game win streak snapped, took a 29-14 halftime lead.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 19, 2013
In the 10th game of its season, the Laguna Beach High girls' basketball team finally played on its home court Wednesday. From start to finish, things couldn't have gone better for the Breakers. Laguna led from wire-to-wire in its nonleague game against Anaheim, and posted a 56-35 victory at Dugger Gym. It put the Breakers, who have won two straight, at 6-4 overall and gives them some momentum heading into a Saturday game at Sage Hill. The Breakers took an early lead Wednesday and led by nine, 28-19, at the half.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 21, 2013
You could say the turnaround the Laguna Beach High girls' basketball team experienced last year was nothing short of phenomenal. One year after going winless (0-18), last year's Breakers, a young squad that received big contributions from its upperclassmen and a strong freshman class, went the complete opposite direction. They racked up a win total of 19 games, setting a new school record for wins in a single season, and finished 19-6 overall. They started the season with a 6-0 run, won 12 of their first 13 games, and concluded it with an appearance in the CIF Southern Section Division 4A playoffs.
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By Mike Sciacca | April 11, 2013
Jake Dalke and Cole Kesler will step onto the court one final time Saturday as high school teammates. The two seniors, key players in the Laguna Beach boys' basketball program, are among 15 players who make up the South roster for the 2013 Orange Coast Optimist Orange County North/South High School Basketball Games. The All-Star games, for senior players, will be played for the 48th time. The girls' game starts at 5 p.m., followed by the boys' game at 7 p.m., both at Concordia University in Irvine.
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