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April 25, 2013
Friday Boys' Tennis (all day) Laguna at Ojai Tournament Boys' JV Tennis (3 p.m.) Laguna at JSerra Baseball (3:15 p.m.) Calvary Chapel at Laguna JV Baseball (3:15 p.m.) Laguna at Calvary Chapel (at TeWinkle Park) * Saturday Boys' Tennis (all day) Laguna at Ojai Tournament * Monday Track and Field (3 p.m.) Orange Coast League Prelims (at Laguna Beach High) * Tuesday Boys' Golf (noon) Orange Coast League Prelims (at Skylinks GC)
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March 4, 2005
Mike Sciacca The last time Skip Andrews coached on a prep softball field, it was the 1987 season, as junior varsity coach at his alma mater, Laguna Beach High. He will get his first taste of varsity coaching Saturday when the Breakers open their 2005 season against La Quinta in Costa Mesa Tournament play at Costa Mesa High. Andrews was named Laguna Beach varsity head coach only 3 1/2 weeks ago, so he's got off to a late start with the team. "Laguna will have a young team with each player seizing challenges as they arise as a learning experience to better both themselves and the team," he said.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | January 8, 2010
LAGUNA BEACH — The Costa Mesa High girls’ soccer team opened Orange Coast League play Thursday against the same team it closed it out with last season. The Mustangs let last season’s league finale against Laguna Beach get away, costing them an outright league title and forcing them to share the crown with rival Estancia. Costa Mesa allowed another win to slip away against Laguna Beach. The Mustangs’ run at an eighth straight league title started with a less-than-stellar result.
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By Mike Sciacca | February 13, 2009
The Orange Coast League has its first undefeated champion in boys’ basketball. The feat happened Wednesday at the Costa Mesa High gymnasium, and the distinction belongs to the Laguna Beach Breakers, who capped a perfect league season by easily defeating the host Mustangs, 41-21. The win ended an 8-0 run in league play for Laguna which went finished a league season undefeated for just the second time in school history. The only other time a Laguna team went undefeated in league play was in 1953.
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By Matt Szabo | April 24, 2009
COSTA MESA ? At 6-foot-10 and with his black glasses, Costa Mesa senior middle blocker Ryan Thompson is tough to ignore. The same is true about this year?s Mustangs, but Laguna Beach found a way to get the job done on the road Tuesday. The Breakers swept, 25-18, 25-21, 25-18, in a battle for first place in the Orange Coast League Tuesday at Costa Mesa High. It was the first match in 20 days for Laguna Beach (16-5, 5-0), but the Breakers showed little rust against the upstart Mustangs (10-3, 3-1)
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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.
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By Mike Sciacca | January 19, 2007
Patrick Coyne said that today's match for his Laguna Beach High boys' soccer team is an important one. Call it a "bounce back" match, if you will. The Breakers are looking to comeback from a poor second-half showing Wednesday that resulted in a 4-1 loss to visiting Estancia, when they host Calvary Chapel at 6:15 p.m. at Guyer Field. Laguna will be out to improve to 2-1 in Orange Coast League play and atone for Wednesday's slip-up. The Breakers led Estancia, 1-0 at the half, but gave up four second-half goals as the Eagles' Eric Duarte took control for his team.
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By Barry Faulkner | February 11, 2009
COSTA MESA — The Costa Mesa High girls’ soccer team isn’t accustomed to sharing with others. So that might explain why no one was in much of a celebratory mood, after the Mustangs claimed a share of their seventh straight league championship Tuesday night. Of course the regular-season-ending 1-0 loss to visiting Laguna Beach in an Orange Coast League clash at Estancia High also gave Mesa Coach Dan Johnston reason to remind his players to keep their chins up moments after the final whistle.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | January 23, 2009
LAGUNA BEACH — Fifty-one is the amount of points Costa Mesa High allowed a sophomore to score Thursday night. The Mustangs managed to beat that total by six points. It wasn’t enough in the Orange Coast League girls’ basketball game. Emily Writer easily wrote her name into the Laguna Beach record book by pouring in 51 points in the Breakers’ 78-57 victory. Writer finished two steals shy of recording a triple-double. She grabbed 10 rebounds and stole the ball eight times.
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Friday Boys' Tennis (3 p.m.) Palm Springs at Laguna Baseball (3:15 p.m.) Laguna vs. Calvary Chapel (at Vanguard University) JV Baseball (3:15 p.m.) Calvary Chapel at Laguna Boys' Volleyball (3:30 p.m.) Laguna vs. La Jolla (at Redondo Union Tournament) — Saturday Boys' JV Baseball (10 a.m.) Laguna at Sage Hill (doubleheader) Boys' Volleyball (TBA) Laguna at Redondo Union Tournament JV Volleyball (TBA) Laguna at Newport Harbor Tournament Frosh/Soph Volleyball (TBA)
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | January 8, 2010
LAGUNA BEACH — The Costa Mesa High girls’ soccer team opened Orange Coast League play Thursday against the same team it closed it out with last season. The Mustangs let last season’s league finale against Laguna Beach get away, costing them an outright league title and forcing them to share the crown with rival Estancia. Costa Mesa allowed another win to slip away against Laguna Beach. The Mustangs’ run at an eighth straight league title started with a less-than-stellar result.
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By David Carrillo Penaloza | November 16, 2009
LAGUNA BEACH — Maybe an extra week to prepare for outright Orange Coast League championship games isn’t a good thing for the Costa Mesa High football team. Giving a team a 22-point advantage isn’t always going to bode well. The Mustangs did it again in the big game, spotting the same lead to the same team as last year. For the second straight year, the Mustangs looked rusty at the start against Laguna Beach and found themselves in a huge hole after coming off their bye week Friday night.
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By Matt Szabo | April 24, 2009
COSTA MESA ? At 6-foot-10 and with his black glasses, Costa Mesa senior middle blocker Ryan Thompson is tough to ignore. The same is true about this year?s Mustangs, but Laguna Beach found a way to get the job done on the road Tuesday. The Breakers swept, 25-18, 25-21, 25-18, in a battle for first place in the Orange Coast League Tuesday at Costa Mesa High. It was the first match in 20 days for Laguna Beach (16-5, 5-0), but the Breakers showed little rust against the upstart Mustangs (10-3, 3-1)
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By Mike Sciacca | February 13, 2009
The Orange Coast League has its first undefeated champion in boys’ basketball. The feat happened Wednesday at the Costa Mesa High gymnasium, and the distinction belongs to the Laguna Beach Breakers, who capped a perfect league season by easily defeating the host Mustangs, 41-21. The win ended an 8-0 run in league play for Laguna which went finished a league season undefeated for just the second time in school history. The only other time a Laguna team went undefeated in league play was in 1953.
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By Barry Faulkner | February 11, 2009
COSTA MESA — The Costa Mesa High girls’ soccer team isn’t accustomed to sharing with others. So that might explain why no one was in much of a celebratory mood, after the Mustangs claimed a share of their seventh straight league championship Tuesday night. Of course the regular-season-ending 1-0 loss to visiting Laguna Beach in an Orange Coast League clash at Estancia High also gave Mesa Coach Dan Johnston reason to remind his players to keep their chins up moments after the final whistle.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | January 23, 2009
LAGUNA BEACH — Fifty-one is the amount of points Costa Mesa High allowed a sophomore to score Thursday night. The Mustangs managed to beat that total by six points. It wasn’t enough in the Orange Coast League girls’ basketball game. Emily Writer easily wrote her name into the Laguna Beach record book by pouring in 51 points in the Breakers’ 78-57 victory. Writer finished two steals shy of recording a triple-double. She grabbed 10 rebounds and stole the ball eight times.
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By David Carrillo Penaloza | November 15, 2008
COSTA MESA - Coach Jeremy Osso looked across the field, his Costa Mesa High players piling on top of each other as if they found gold. The Mustangs had stormed the football field one second too soon before and Osso had to call them back to the sideline. The second time, they didn’t need Osso’s blessing to go crazy Friday night. Osso just watched the Mustangs celebrate after holding on to beat Laguna Beach, 38-30, and claim the Orange Coast League championship, the school’s first outright league title since 2002.
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