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October 21, 2010
TODAY Surfing (6:15 a.m.) Laguna vs. San Clemente (at T-Street) Cross-Country (11:30 a.m.) Laguna Beach at Mt. SAC Invitational Girls' Tennis (3 p.m.) Laguna Beach vs. Calvary Chapel (at Orange Coast College) JV Tennis (3 p.m.) Laguna Beach at Calvary Chapel Boys' Water Polo (4 p.m.) Laguna Beach at Damien JV Water Polo (5 p.m.) Laguna Beach at Damien Frosh/Soph Water Polo (3:15 p.m.) Laguna Beach at Damien Football (7 p.m.)
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SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | September 23, 2010
Coming off a fifth-place finish at the Riverside Poly Tournament, the Laguna Beach High boys' water polo team is competing this week in its most challenging event on its schedule, the South Coast Tournament. The 32-team tournament began Thursday, continues today and concludes Saturday at four pool sites: Newport Harbor, Corona del Mar, Foothill and Tustin. Laguna, the No. 3 seed in its pool, will compete at Foothill High, along with No. 1-seed Mater Dei, No. 2 Los Alamitos, Santa Barbara, Foothill, Dana Hills, University and Rancho Buena Vista.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | September 17, 2010
The Laguna Beach High girls' volleyball team, ranked No. 1 at the start of the week in the first CIF Division 1-A poll of the regular season, begins play today at the Dave Mohs Tournament, hosted by Edison High. The tournament, one of the top girls' volleyball events, continues Saturday and concludes with championship-round play Monday at Edison. Sixty-four squads, with teams playing in either Division 1 or Division 2, are entered in the 31st annual event. Sites include Edison's Dave Mohs Gym and the gymnasiums at Huntington Beach, Marina, Fountain Valley, Newport Harbor and Corona del Mar, as well as possibly Estancia and Costa Mesa, Edison Coach Trent Jackson said.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | August 26, 2010
A blend of the young and experienced, along with player transitions and a formidable schedule, will make for an interesting season for the 2010 Laguna Beach High girls' tennis team. The Breakers begin the fall season with seven starters back from a 2009 team that went 15-9 overall, went undefeated (8-0) in Orange Coast League play en route to their fourth-consecutive league crown — they haven't lost a league match in five years — and reached the round of 16 of the CIF Division I playoffs.
NEWS
By Barbara Diamond | May 28, 2010
An enthusiastic crowd responded Sunday to a rallying cry to raise awareness of and to declare opposition to the resumption of commercial whaling.. More than 75 people gathered at Main Beach in Laguna to sign petitions and video-tape a plea to President Obama to keep his pledge to support the moratorium on the business of hunting whales. The Orange County event was coordinated with 14 other coastal counties organized by the Western Alliance for Nature. "We have a voice — whales don't," said Greenpeace representative Nick Hurley, who led the chant: "President Obama, keep your promise.
BUSINESS
By Ashley Breeding | April 15, 2010
One of Orange County’s favorite delis is now open in Laguna Beach. Gallo’s Italian Deli, in Corona del Mar and the Balboa Peninsula in Newport Beach, has filled an open and highly demanded niche in Laguna’s food market. “A lot of our Corona del Mar customers were coming from Laguna and asking for a chain in their own town,” owner Eric Hanna said. “Our laid-back, beach town vibe is a good fit. It’s a great place for people to come and enjoy some food, scenic views and hang out.” Located at 202 Park Ave. in the old Johnny’s Pizza spot behind the library, the deli offers 12 sandwiches, ranging from a simple veggie to the Gallo’s combo with the works and endless create-your-own combos.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | February 12, 2010
Listen to Lexie Ross for a few minutes and she?ll give some valuable life lessons. The Laguna Beach High senior girls? water polo player is articulate, which might be expected of someone going to Stanford in the fall. She has a 4.5 grade-point average, good enough for valedictorian at some schools but she said her class rank is in the low-20s at Laguna Beach. She couldn?t care less. Ross is not so big on numbers. ?I try not to get too into that stuff, because there?s so many things in life that are more important than some decimal on a report card,?
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