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By Mike Sciacca | March 31, 2006
The Laguna Beach High baseball team staked its way to an early lead against Calvary Chapel Friday, then held off a late rally by the visiting Eagles to post an 8-6 victory Friday in Pacific Coast League action. The win earned the Breakers a split with the Eagles during the past week, who scored a 2-1 victory two days earlier. The two games marked the start of league play for both schools. Laguna never trailed in the game, using a three-run output in the bottom of the first inning.
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April 19, 2002
Laguna Beach defeated the Eagles, 7-1, in a Pacific Coast League baseball game Friday. Laguna Beach pitcher Scott Youngstead tossed a six-hitter andstruck out seven without a walk. He also went four for four at the plate. The Artists improved to 5-2 in the PCL. The team had 13 singles off Estancia pitcher Paul Flory. The Artists remain atop the PCL, sharing the lead with University and Northwood. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Laguna Beach 7, Estancia 1 Laguna Beach 102 001 3 - 7 13 2 Estancia 001 000 0 - 1 6 1 Youngstead and Hite; Flory and Lund.
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By Ashley Breeding | April 4, 2008
The Laguna Beach boys’ volleyball team picked up a pair of wins in back-to-back Orange Coast League matches against Calvary Chapel played Tuesday and Wednesday. The Breakers defeated the Eagles on Calvary’s home court Tuesday, winning 20-25, 27-25, 25-9, 25-15. They came back Wednesday to again defeat the Eagles, this time by scores of 24-26, 25-18, 25-23, 25-19 at Dugger Gym. Laguna Coach Lance Stewart said the Eagles put up more of a fight than his team expected.
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By Michael Miller | March 25, 2014
It only takes a brief online search to reach an undeniable conclusion: Jack Tempchin is quite at peace with having written "Peaceful Easy Feeling. " The songwriter who penned the Eagles' 1972 hit posts on his website an image of the lyrics' original, handwritten draft - complete with notes in the upper-left corner indicative of a fledgling songwriter's bills, listing prices for paint, heat and electrical wiring. Another section of the website, titled "My Peaceful Easy Feeling," displays stories from fans about how the country-rock ballad affected their lives.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | February 6, 2009
LAGUNA BEACH — You can’t say Coach Xavier Castellano didn’t warn his Estancia High girls’ basketball team. The Eagles traveled to Laguna Beach, a team with two victories. A win on Thursday night against the lowly Breakers kept Estancia all alone atop the Orange Coast League. “You guys can’t come here thinking we’re going to walk all over them, we’re not,” Castellano said. The first-year head coach was right. Laguna Beach pulled off a 61-55 upset, ruining the Eagles’ opportunity to take sole possession of first place in league.
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By Ashley Breeding | May 8, 2008
LAGUNA BEACH – The Laguna Beach High baseball team is on a winning streak. But there are no more games left to play. The Breakers finished the season 14-15, 7-5 in Orange Coast League play, and without a spot in the 2008 playoffs. “We did a good job,” Laguna Coach Jeff Sears said. “We’ve learned from the past, and that’s what’s important.” They wrapped up with two back-to-back league victories over Estancia this week, putting them at 4-0 against Estancia.
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By Charles Rich | June 9, 2006
UPLAND ? The teams traded errors, unearned runs and leads. In the end, the Flintridge Prep baseball squad saw its season end on a disappointing note. Flintridge Prep squandered three leads en route to an 11-10 loss to Upland Christian on Friday in a CIF Southern Section Division VI first-round loss at Upland Memorial Park. The Rebels (14-7) picked up their equipment prior to meeting with friends and family members before boarding the team bus back to La Ca"ada Flintridge wondering what might have been.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | February 7, 2010
LAGUNA BEACH — When the Estancia High boys’ basketball team left the Laguna Beach gym on Friday night, the rain greeted players. More than rain ruined the Eagles’ evening. While inside, the Eagles exchanged high-fives with Laguna Beach for the final time. The Breakers showed why they’re the three-time reigning Orange Coast League champions. The league hasn’t known another champion. The Eagles tried to change that and came away unsuccessful in their attempt to claim their first outright league crown in five seasons.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 9, 2007
The 2007 prep football season comes to an end tonight for the Laguna Beach Breakers. Laguna concludes Orange Coast League play against Estancia. Kickoff is 7 p.m. at Newport Harbor High?s Davidson Field. Estancia can wrestle away the league championship won last year by Laguna with a win over the Breakers. Laguna will be looking to end its season on a winning note: The Breakers have dropped seven-straight since defeating La Quinta of Westminster, 31-22, Sept. 7. Estancia improved to 2-0 in league Nov. 2 by routing rival Costa Mesa, 41-13.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | February 4, 2009
COSTA MESA — The two high school girls’ soccer coaches met in the middle. Estancia’s Jessica Gatica asked, “Where does this put you?” Bill Rolfing of Laguna Beach smiled and said, “In the CIF!” Laguna Beach tied Estancia, 1-1, in a pivotal Orange Coast League road match Tuesday night. Before the two coaches went their separate ways, Gatica asked Rolfing for help. “Can you do me a favor?” she said. “Can you beat Costa Mesa for me?
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By Michael Miller | March 25, 2014
It only takes a brief online search to reach an undeniable conclusion: Jack Tempchin is quite at peace with having written "Peaceful Easy Feeling. " The songwriter who penned the Eagles' 1972 hit posts on his website an image of the lyrics' original, handwritten draft - complete with notes in the upper-left corner indicative of a fledgling songwriter's bills, listing prices for paint, heat and electrical wiring. Another section of the website, titled "My Peaceful Easy Feeling," displays stories from fans about how the country-rock ballad affected their lives.
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By Mike Sciacca | October 24, 2013
Homecoming brought plenty of proud Laguna Beach High alumni back to campus Oct. 18, and the school's current football team put on a record-breaking performance for current and past Breakers and Artists alike. Laguna maintained a share of first place in the Orange Coast League standings by running past an old nemesis, Estancia, at Guyer Field. And run, the Breakers did, rushing for a team season-high 515 yards and eight touchdowns, in taking a 59-14 win from the Eagles. Laguna, which also won last year's homecoming game, has won consecutive homecoming games for the first time since the 1984-85 seasons.
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By Mike Sciacca | March 21, 2013
It was a key, early road test, the Laguna Beach baseball team aced its exam. The Breakers traveled Tuesday for an Orange Coast League game with Estancia and came out firing from the get-go. They put the ball in play throughout the contest, took advantage of a few fielding errors, and had the back of pitcher Kurt Rebone who tamed the Eagles. It all added up to an 8-0 victory that kept Laguna undefeated in league play and moved the Breakers to 7-2 overall. Rebone tossed a one-hitter.
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By Mike Sciaccia | October 18, 2012
The showdown turned into a beat down. With a portion of the Orange Coast League lead riding on the outcome of the Oct. 12 game between Laguna Beach and Estancia, it was the Breakers who dominated the action and posted a 48-14 victory on the defending champions' home turf. It was the first loss in 13 league games for the Eagles, whose last setback came three years ago on the same field to Laguna. The Estancia win is now in the past for Laguna, Coach Mike Churchill said. What presents itself to the Breakers on Friday is another league challenge, this one coming from Calvary Chapel.
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By Matt Szabo | January 31, 2012
COSTA MESA - The visiting sideline erupted in cheers as the final whistle blew Tuesday at Jim Scott Stadium. Neither Laguna Beach nor Estancia could find the back of the net in the Orange Coast League girls' soccer match. A tie still is more satisfactory to the team in first place than the team trying to gain ground. "We needed to win," Estancia Coach Jessica Perry said after watching her team's chances for a third league title in four years diminish. The Eagles will have to battle just to make the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs.
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By Joanna Clay, joanna.clay@latimes.com | September 1, 2011
A Laguna Beach Police Department employee has sued the city, claiming a poorly maintained road is the reason she crashed her electric bicycle and suffered bodily injuries. In an April 4 civil complaint filed in Orange County Superior Court, Robin Ellen Levinson, a community services officer, says she was riding on Eagle Rock Way in South Laguna at 11:45 a.m. Feb. 15, 2010, when she struck a deformity in the road, which caused her to lose control and be ejected from her bike. The city of Laguna Beach filed a denial with the court July 8. Levinson, who was not working at the time, suffered a broken hip, shoulder fracture, abrasions and bruises, according to a report by the California Highway Patrol.
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By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | March 24, 2011
The Laguna Beach boys' tennis team took its first step in its attempt to repeat as Orange Coast League champion by blanking host Estancia, 18-0, in the league opener for both teams Tuesday. Sweeps in singles play came from No. 1 Jake Michaels (6-1, 6-0, 6-0), No. 2 Benito Romeo (6-1, 6-1, 6-0) and No. 3 Teague Hamilton (6-0, 6-0, 6-0), and in doubles from No. 1 Hutton McKenna/Morgan Lebby (6-1, 6-0, 6-3), No. 2 Owen Weber/Austin Loomis (6-2, 6-1, 6-1) and No. 3 Taylor Davidson/Nick Le (6-0, 6-2, 7-5)
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By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | January 13, 2011
The Laguna Beach boys' soccer team couldn't have asked for a better beginning in the 2011 Orange Coast League season. The Breakers went on the road to face Estancia and came up with a big defensive effort and just enough scoring to come away with a 1-0 victory. Reece Barton scored the only goal of the game, as shot found the bottom corner of the net in the first half. The score was set up by Sam Stinnett. "Opening up with an away game at Estancia was always going to be tough and to come away with the victory shows just how far this team has come," Laguna Coach Dan Richards said.
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By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | October 14, 2010
In order to earn a share of the 2010 Golden West League girls' golf championship, the Laguna Beach Breakers knew they had to win out in the final week of the regular season. They did just that. Starting with a critical Oct. 4 victory over first-place Estancia, Laguna capped its regular season this week with a win against visiting Loara (274-324) Tuesday and by forfeit victory Wednesday against visiting Westminster. That's a 3-0 finish to the season, beginning with a home course win against their chief league rival Estancia, which won last year's championship.
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By Cindy Frazier, cindy.frazier@latimes.com | September 16, 2010
An Eagle Rock Way home sustained at least $1 million in damages after an early-morning blaze Wednesday consumed most of the structure and its contents, according to Fire Chief Jeff LaTendresse. One occupant of the home and one firefighter suffered minor injuries as a result of the fire. Dispatchers began receiving 911 calls at 1:15 a.m. reporting a large structure fire in the 22000 block of Eagle Rock Way, LaTendresse said. Four engines, one truck company and a chief officer from the Laguna Beach Fire Department and the Orange County Fire Authority initially responded.
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