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May 15, 2009
Now that the Orange Coast League title is out of the way, five matches are all that separate the top-seeded Laguna Beach High boys? volleyball team from a CIF Southern Section Division II championship. The top-seeded Breakers (20-5) begin that quest tonight at 7 p.m., with a home first-round match against Brea Olinda (13-8-2). Laguna Beach Coach Lance Stewart said his team has welcomed back senior outside hitter Cooper Gwaltney (back) in the past week and had a good practice Wednesday.
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May 28, 2010
C ongratulations, Breakers! Ending a 27-year drought, the Laguna Beach High School boys' volleyball team achieved its long-held goal of winning the CIF Southern Section, Division 2 championship Saturday. The team performed the feat in style, beating defending champion Westlake in a sweep, 25-19, 25-23, 25-22, at Cypress College. Saturday was also prom night in Laguna. Team members, ramped up and exhausted, had to hustle home and dress for the big dance. As senior Travis Woloson said in a classic understatement, "It's an exciting day."
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November 19, 2004
TODAY Girls' Volleyball (TBA) CIF Championships (at Cypress College) SATURDAY Girls' Volleyball (TBA) CIF Championships (at Cypress College) MONDAY Girls' Tennis (10 a.m.) CIF Championships (at Claremont Club) TUESDAY Girls' Water Polo (3 p.m.) La Habra/Brea at Laguna (scrimmage) JV Water Polo (3 p.m.) La Habra/Brea at Laguna (scrimmage) Frosh/Soph Polo (3 p.m.) La Habra/Brea at Laguna (scrimmage)
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By Hamlet Nalbandyan | November 17, 2007
The Laguna Beach High girls' volleyball team swept Bishop Montgomery on Friday night, 25-21, 25-19, 25-23 in the championship match of the CIF Southern Section Division II-AA playoffs at Cypress College. The division crown was the second in as many seasons for the top-seeded Breakers (21-7), who defeated Corona del Mar last season for the title. The title was the program's fifth, and third in the past 11 years. For more on championship match, see the print edition on Thursday.
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May 16, 2003
The Laguna Beach High boys' volleyball team will begin play tonight in the opening round of the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs. The Breakers host El Modena of the Century League in a match scheduled for a 7 p.m. start at Dugger Gym. Laguna is the No. 2 seed out of the Pacific Coast League. The Breakers are making their 30th consecutive CIF playoff appearance. In its previous 29 years of postseason competition, Laguna has posted a 63-24 record and has reached the quarterfinal round or beyond on 22 occasions.
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May 13, 2005
Mike Sciacca A strong standing throughout the year and a strong finish to the regular season has earned the Laguna Beach High boys' volleyball team a first-round bye in the CIF-Southern Section Boys' Volleyball Championships Division II tournament. The tournament begins tonight with first-round action. The Division II final will be played Saturday, May 28, at Cypress College. Laguna will host the winner of tonight's first-round matchup between Los Padres League champion Santa Ynez and Golden West League No. 3 Lancaster, Tuesday in a 7 p.m. second-round game at Dugger Gymnasium.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 23, 2007
A sweep. A sweep. A sweep...and yet another sweep. And because of it all, there’s a repeat. The Laguna Beach girls’ volleyball program repeated as CIF Southern Section champion for the first time in school history Nov. 16 by sweeping Bishop Montgomery in the Division II-AA final at Cypress College. By winning 25-21, 25-19, 25-23, the Breakers completed a clean sweep in Southern Section postseason play, adding the Knights to a list of playoff shutout victims that included Beckman, St. Joseph of Lakewood and Ayala.
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By Barbara Diamond | September 17, 2009
Jerry Burchfield, who partnered with Mark Chamberlain to create the art installation known as The Tell, which is considered to be instrumental in the preservation of a large part of Laguna’s open space, died Sept. 11. He was 62. “He died just after sunrise,” Chamberlain said. “He was all about light. Photography means light writing. “Jerry was prepared to die — he was always organized — and he did it with grace and dignity.” Barbara Burchfield was at the bedside of her husband of 41 years when he died after a long struggle with colon cancer.
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By Mike Sciacca | August 24, 2007
Lance Stewart doesn?t like to make comparisons. Case in point: Although he acknowledges last year?s stunning success for his Laguna Beach High girls? volleyball program, he doesn?t want to hold it up to the 2007 Breakers, who held tryouts on Tuesday and held their first practice session Wednesday. Here goes, anyway: A year ago, a magical season saw Laguna compile a 29-6 record, capture four of six tournaments it entered, win Orange Coast League, CIF Southern Section Division II-AA and Southern California Regional Division II titles and play in a state title game for just the second time in school history.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 16, 2006
No. 1 versus No. 2. Just the way it ought to be. Throughout the course of the 2006 prep girls' volleyball season, Laguna Beach and Corona del Mar have been the top two-ranked teams in the CIF Southern Section Division II-AA poll. Saturday the longtime rivals and two of the sports most successful programs will decide who, indeed, is No. 1. The second-ranked Breakers (25-5) and top-ranked Sea Kings (22-6) will play for the Division II-AA title at 1 p.m. at Cypress College's main gymnasium.
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May 28, 2010
C ongratulations, Breakers! Ending a 27-year drought, the Laguna Beach High School boys' volleyball team achieved its long-held goal of winning the CIF Southern Section, Division 2 championship Saturday. The team performed the feat in style, beating defending champion Westlake in a sweep, 25-19, 25-23, 25-22, at Cypress College. Saturday was also prom night in Laguna. Team members, ramped up and exhausted, had to hustle home and dress for the big dance. As senior Travis Woloson said in a classic understatement, "It's an exciting day."
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May 15, 2009
Now that the Orange Coast League title is out of the way, five matches are all that separate the top-seeded Laguna Beach High boys? volleyball team from a CIF Southern Section Division II championship. The top-seeded Breakers (20-5) begin that quest tonight at 7 p.m., with a home first-round match against Brea Olinda (13-8-2). Laguna Beach Coach Lance Stewart said his team has welcomed back senior outside hitter Cooper Gwaltney (back) in the past week and had a good practice Wednesday.
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