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September 27, 2002
Mike Sciacca The Laguna Beach High football team went into action on Thursday night against Costa Mesa, just five days after pummeling Bolsa Grande, with hopes of collecting its third victory of the season. Results from that game, played at Newport Harbor High, were not available by press time. The Breakers hardly broke a sweat last Friday as they routed an outmanned Bolsa Grande squad, 39-0, to improve to 2-0. While the defense posted its first shutout of the season, it was senior running back Donnelle Darling who went into the school record books.
NEWS
March 14, 2003
In the first week of the 2003 season, the Laguna Beach High baseball team has had the outcome of its first two games decided in the seventh inning. Trailing Bolsa Grande on Tuesday by a 5-4 count, the Breakers, in their final at-bat, came up with a seven-run inning and went on to score an 11-5 victory over the host Matadors in a consolation bracket game of the Costa Mesa Tournament. Andy Whalen and Chris Stansbury led Laguna's offensive attack, each going 2 for 3. Whalen produced a pair of doubles and three RBI and Stansbury drove in two more runs.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | September 12, 2013
The first one is done and in the books, and Corey Brown called opening night, "a lot of fun. " The Laguna Beach High football team started its 2013 campaign the way it started the 2012 season: with a big win over Bolsa Grande. The Breakers led the entire way Sept. 6 at Guyer Field in taking a 48-17 victory from the Matadors, who also were opening their season. Laguna scored on its opening possession of the season and when the first quarter was complete, the Breakers held a stunning, 35-0 lead.
NEWS
September 20, 2002
Mike Sciacca The celebration surrounding Laguna Beach High's season-opening victory last Friday night over La Quinta was but a memory on Monday, as the Breakers returned to school to begin a new work week on the practice field. They headed out to practice on this warm afternoon, beginning a week's worth of preparation for tonight's opponent, Bolsa Grande, who will battle the Breakers at Guyer Field. Laguna Beach will try to ride the momentum generated by last week's 40-12 pasting of La Quinta when the teams kick off at 7 p.m. "We've had a good week of practice and we're hoping to pick up where we left off last week," Breakers coach Dave Holland said.
NEWS
February 27, 2004
TODAY Wrestling (noon) CIF Masters Meet (at Fountain Valley High) Girls' Soccer (3 p.m.) CIF playoffs continue Boys' Basketball (7:30 p.m.) CIF playoff quarterfinals SATURDAY Boys' Volleyball (9 a.m.) Capo Valley/Foothill vs. Laguna (scrimmages) Baseball (10 a.m.) Laguna at Bolsa Grande (scrimmage double-header) JV Baseball 10 a.m. Laguna at Bolsa Grande (scrimmage double-header) Wrestling (11 a.m.)
NEWS
September 26, 2003
Mike Sciacca Tonight's battle with Costa Mesa High marks the fourth game of the 2003 prep football season for Laguna Beach and finally, the Breakers will play at home. Having spent the first three weeks of the season on the road, Laguna gets the chance to play within the friendly confines of Guyer Field when it hosts the Mustangs in a 7 p.m. nonleague tilt. "Yeah, it's nice to finally come home," said Coach Dave Holland, whose Breakers opened the season at Palos Verdes, then played La Quinta and Bolsa Grande on successive weekends at Bolsa Grande Stadium in Garden Grove.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | August 30, 2012
It has been a successful offseason for the Laguna Beach High football team. On Friday, the fruits of the Breakers' hard labor will be unveiled for the first time when they open their 2012 season in Garden Grove against Bolsa Grande. Kickoff is 7 p.m. at Bolsa Grande High. The host Matadors also are playing their season opener. "I think physically, we are ready to play," second-year Laguna Head Coach Mike Churchill said. "The kids have worked hard in the weight room and on the field and throughout the summer and fall, we haven't sustained any injuries.
NEWS
October 3, 2003
Brett O'Connor Name: Brett O'Connor Positions: Tight end/linebacker Height/weight: 6-3, 235 Year: Senior Highlights: Had a couple of receptions and scored on a 19-yard fumble return of a botched punt in a 41-13 loss to Costa Mesa. Coach's comments: "Brett really got us going," Dave Holland said. "He played really well on defense, had a couple of receptions and had that big fumble return for a score." Scott Urban Name: Scott Urban Position: Strong safety/wide receiver Height/weight: 5-10, 175 Year: Junior Highlights: Led Laguna in tackling in a 41-13 loss to Costa Mesa Coach's comments: "Scott just played a real great game," Dave Holland said.
NEWS
March 11, 2005
TODAY Boys' Tennis (3 p.m.) Laguna at San Clemente JV Tennis (3 p.m.) San Clemente at Laguna Baseball (TBD) Laguna at Newport Elks Tourney Frosh/Soph Baseball (3 p.m.) Laguna at Irvine SATURDAY Boys' Volleyball (8 a.m.) Laguna at Foothill Tourney (at Saddleback Valley Volleyball Club) Track & Field (9 a.m.) Laguna at Irvine Invite Softball (TBD) Laguna at Costa Mesa Tourney Baseball (TBD)
SPORTS
March 24, 2006
One of the key returning players for the Laguna Beach High softball team in 2006 is Lauren Delgado. A senior right-handed pitcher, Delgado showed her leadership skills in two recent nonleague outings, as the Breakers blanked visiting Bolsa Grande, 4-0, on March 16, and then, the following day, took care of visiting St. Margaret's, 2-0. Delgado dominated the mound on both occasions. First, she limited Bolsa Grande to a single hit while striking out 13 in the 4-0 win. Offensively, she was equally as impressive, as she hit a double and home run and stole two bases.
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SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | September 12, 2013
The first one is done and in the books, and Corey Brown called opening night, "a lot of fun. " The Laguna Beach High football team started its 2013 campaign the way it started the 2012 season: with a big win over Bolsa Grande. The Breakers led the entire way Sept. 6 at Guyer Field in taking a 48-17 victory from the Matadors, who also were opening their season. Laguna scored on its opening possession of the season and when the first quarter was complete, the Breakers held a stunning, 35-0 lead.
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SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | September 5, 2013
For Laguna Beach High football Coach Corey Brown, Friday's season opener can't come soon enough. Not only is he ready to see what his 2013 Breakers have to offer, he's also excited to begin his first year, and first game, in charge of the program. "I feel like it's my senior year, and I'm about to play that first game of the season," he said. "I've been looking forward to this game all week. " "This game," is Laguna's opening night contest, which will come at home against Bolsa Grande.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | September 6, 2012
It didn't take long for the Laguna Beach High football team to pick up where it left off 10 months ago. Playing its season opener in Garden Grove, Laguna again assaulted the school record book on the opening night of its season Aug. 31, a night that resulted in a 62-14 victory over host Bolsa Grande. The Breakers scored early and often, took an insurmountable lead by halftime then rode out a running clock in the second half to one of its biggest wins in school history. Laguna, ranked fourth in the CIF Southern Section Southern Division, is looking to ride the momentum against this week's opponent, University, on Friday.
SPORTS
September 1, 2012
GARDEN GROVE - A year ago this time, the Laguna Beach High football team was about to embark on what would become a record-setting year and one of the best in the program's history. Friday in Garden Grove, the 2012 Breakers picked up where their predecessors left off. Laguna again assaulted the school record book on the opening night of their season, a night that for the most part, couldn't have turned out much better than a 62-14 victory over host Bolsa Grande. The Breakers scored early and often, took an insurmountable lead by halftime, then rode out a running clock in the second half, to one of its biggest wins in school history.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | August 30, 2012
It has been a successful offseason for the Laguna Beach High football team. On Friday, the fruits of the Breakers' hard labor will be unveiled for the first time when they open their 2012 season in Garden Grove against Bolsa Grande. Kickoff is 7 p.m. at Bolsa Grande High. The host Matadors also are playing their season opener. "I think physically, we are ready to play," second-year Laguna Head Coach Mike Churchill said. "The kids have worked hard in the weight room and on the field and throughout the summer and fall, we haven't sustained any injuries.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | December 7, 2007
A fast start in its nonleague matchup against Dana Hills on Tuesday wasn?t enough to propel the Laguna Beach High boys? basketball team to victory. Instead, the host Dolphins used a physical inside game in the second half to overcome the Breakers to produce a 53-47 victory. The loss dropped Laguna, which was coming off a weekend performance at the La Quinta Tournament, to 3-2 overall. The Breakers held an eight-point halftime advantage on the Dolphins, fell behind late and then missed a three-point shot in the waning moments that could have tied the score.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | September 21, 2007
Things didn?t go nearly as well as anticipated last Friday for the Laguna Beach High football team, so it went back to the drawing board Monday. A lack of execution, dropped passes, missed tackles and the inability to complete drives doomed the Breakers in a 26-0 nonleague loss to Santiago at Garden Grove High. This week, Coach Jonathan Todd has ?switched things up,? bringing a new but basic look and scheme to the offense. ?We were more of a finesse team in our first three games but this week at practice, we?
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | September 22, 2006
The Laguna Beach High football team will be looking to get back into the win column tonight when it travels to Santa Ana to take on Segerstrom. Kickoff for the nonleague game is 7 p.m. Laguna suffered its second loss of the season when the Breakers fell to visiting Santiago of Garden Grove last week, 33-6. The Breakers' two losses — to Corona del Mar and Santiago — have come against teams ranked in the Southern Division top 10 poll. Against Santiago, Laguna fell behind, 33-0, after three quarters before senior Marshall Thomas took in a 13-yard touchdown pass from sophomore Andrew Paddon to put the Breakers on the scoreboard.
SPORTS
March 24, 2006
One of the key returning players for the Laguna Beach High softball team in 2006 is Lauren Delgado. A senior right-handed pitcher, Delgado showed her leadership skills in two recent nonleague outings, as the Breakers blanked visiting Bolsa Grande, 4-0, on March 16, and then, the following day, took care of visiting St. Margaret's, 2-0. Delgado dominated the mound on both occasions. First, she limited Bolsa Grande to a single hit while striking out 13 in the 4-0 win. Offensively, she was equally as impressive, as she hit a double and home run and stole two bases.
NEWS
March 11, 2005
Mike Sciacca You couldn't blame the Laguna Beach High baseball team if it had been distracted at Friday's 2005 season opener. Instead, though, of getting detoured by playing their first game at a brand new, home ballpark, and playing for a new head coach, the Breakers never lost sight of the task at hand. Instead, a pumped-up Laguna squad seemed focused as it handled visiting Western, 7-4, in the opening round of the Newport Elks Tournament.
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