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April 22, 2013
Laguna Canyon Foundation and Orange County Parks will have hawks, owls and falcons on exhibit as part of their "Under the Sycamores - Amazing Raptors" event from 1 to 4 p.m. May 11 at Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park. Two separate bird hikes will be held at 1 and 3 p.m., and participants are encouraged to bring binoculars. The Orange County Bird of Prey Center will host a 2 p.m. program with hawks, owls and falcons onsite. There is no charge for the event, but parking costs $3. Signups are required.
SPORTS
April 17, 2009
Laguna Beach High product Jessica McKee has scored 51 goals for the Hartwick College women?s water polo team, which finished regular-season play with a 10-6 victory over Marist on April 8. McKee, a sophomore driver for the Hawks, was the Collegiate Water Polo Assn. Northern Division Rookie of the Year last year. This season, her 51 goals puts her second on the team to junior Kirsten Hudson. McKee leads the team with 36 drawn kick-outs. At Laguna Beach, McKee was a four-time first-team All-CIF selection before graduating in 2007, when the Breakers advanced to the Division II title game.
NEWS
May 6, 2005
The Ducks and Spurs share the top spot in the regular season standings at the conclusion of the first half of play, in the city of Laguna Beach's-sponsored Junior Basketball League. The Ducks, coached by Max Jaffe, and the Spurs, coached by Cataldo Alessi, ended first-half play with identical 4-1 records. Ducks 61, Artists 40 League scoring leader Ryan Lawler, who had a 36 points-per-game average coming into this game, scored 29 points as the Ducks led wire-to-wire in making the Artists their fourth-straight victim.
NEWS
July 1, 2005
Ryan Lawler was unstoppable on offense, and the Ducks couldn't be contained in their flight toward the postseason tournament title in the city of Laguna Beach-sponsored Junior Basketball League playoffs. Lawler poured in 42 points, and the Ducks claimed the crown by upending the Tarheels, 50-38, in the tournament final Monday at Laguna Beach High. His effort offset double digit scoring by Michael McMullin (15) and Dylan Roley (12) of the Tarheels. The Tarheels, coached by head coach Spencer Harrell and assistants Jonathan Begay, Dan Darling and Tim Sanchez, contained Lawler in first half play, holding him to five field goals and the rest of the Ducks to one field goal by Cody Duplisea.
NEWS
April 15, 2005
The Hawks opened play in the city of Laguna Beach's Junior Basketball League with a bang as they defeated the preseason favorite, the Ducks, 76-62, at Laguna Beach High's Dugger Gymnasium. Coach Brian Bergen's Hawks took advantage of a Ducks team, coached by Bobby Monroe, that was forced to play the game with a four-man squad that had been depleted by absent players. Despite being a man down, the Ducks' Ryan Lawler poured in 44 points. That output, however, wasn't enough to offset a trio of Hawks in double figures as Skylar Perkins scored 16 points, Brett Thompson scored 14 and Ricky Zona scored 14. Remington Zona was next with nine points for the Hawks, who raced to a 40-23 halftime lead.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | April 20, 2007
The first meeting of the week between neighborhood rivals went to Laguna Hills Tuesday. The Hawks rode the pitching of John Lamb to a 6-2 nonleague victory over host Laguna Beach at Skipper Carrillo Field. "We faced one of the toughest pitchers in the county today," Laguna Coach Dave Dopf said. "We did all right, but we didn't make the adjustments on offense early in the game that we needed to. We fell behind and never caught up. Plus, our defense had a few miscues that led to a few of their runs.
NEWS
March 28, 2003
CHASING DOWN THE MUSE Sycamores, dressed in brilliant green and bright orange poppies, blanket the hillsides. A red-tail soars overhead and everywhere mourning doves can be heard cooing. The world renews itself as spring opens wide her arms. Except in dark corners, where men hunt men with weapons and steeled intent. When does a dove become a hawk become a dove? In nature, never. In human beings, often. My heart is heavy and sickened, my country at war. Spaniards burn our flag in the streets and chant, "Hate America."
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | December 12, 2013
Laguna Beach High girls' basketball coach Mark Lewis said if his team played the way it performed Wednesday at the Hawk Holiday Classic in Huntington Beach throughout the rest of the season, he'd be a happy camper. The Breakers had little trouble handling Santa Ana Valley in their second tournament Premier Flight Division pool-play game at Ocean View High. They broke away from a 4-2 lead early and rolled from there, eventually running away with a 60-14 victory. The win was the second in the tournament and fourth straight for Laguna, which improved to 4-3. "I'm happy with the win," Lewis said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elisabeth Brown | November 21, 2008
Bird watching and feeding are hugely popular pastimes. In the U.S., more than 60 million people put out seed, suet (fat), or fruit for local songbirds. We can now see the impacts of widespread feeding on the birds. Audubon winter bird counts confirm that more birds now stick around for snowy winters instead of going south. Birds are very sensitive to having a plentiful food supply. In the mountains, tiny chickadees show up at my feeder in midwinter, fluffed out against the cold, but otherwise healthy and happy.
SPORTS
July 6, 2007
Jake Dalke of Laguna Beach came up with a big effort Monday for the Southern California Aces, an Orange County-based 12-and-Under boys' basketball team, on opening day of the 12U/6th Grade Division I Amateur Athletic Union Boys' Basketball National Championships in Hampton, Virginia. The tournament got underway Monday and included opening ceremonies at the Hampton University, and concludes Sunday. After the Aces dropped their tournament opener to Team Memphis early Monday, 46-38, they bounced back later that night to rout Westchester Hawks of New York, 77-20.
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SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | December 12, 2013
Laguna Beach High girls' basketball coach Mark Lewis said if his team played the way it performed Wednesday at the Hawk Holiday Classic in Huntington Beach throughout the rest of the season, he'd be a happy camper. The Breakers had little trouble handling Santa Ana Valley in their second tournament Premier Flight Division pool-play game at Ocean View High. They broke away from a 4-2 lead early and rolled from there, eventually running away with a 60-14 victory. The win was the second in the tournament and fourth straight for Laguna, which improved to 4-3. "I'm happy with the win," Lewis said.
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NEWS
April 22, 2013
Laguna Canyon Foundation and Orange County Parks will have hawks, owls and falcons on exhibit as part of their "Under the Sycamores - Amazing Raptors" event from 1 to 4 p.m. May 11 at Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park. Two separate bird hikes will be held at 1 and 3 p.m., and participants are encouraged to bring binoculars. The Orange County Bird of Prey Center will host a 2 p.m. program with hawks, owls and falcons onsite. There is no charge for the event, but parking costs $3. Signups are required.
SPORTS
April 17, 2009
Laguna Beach High product Jessica McKee has scored 51 goals for the Hartwick College women?s water polo team, which finished regular-season play with a 10-6 victory over Marist on April 8. McKee, a sophomore driver for the Hawks, was the Collegiate Water Polo Assn. Northern Division Rookie of the Year last year. This season, her 51 goals puts her second on the team to junior Kirsten Hudson. McKee leads the team with 36 drawn kick-outs. At Laguna Beach, McKee was a four-time first-team All-CIF selection before graduating in 2007, when the Breakers advanced to the Division II title game.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | April 20, 2007
The first meeting of the week between neighborhood rivals went to Laguna Hills Tuesday. The Hawks rode the pitching of John Lamb to a 6-2 nonleague victory over host Laguna Beach at Skipper Carrillo Field. "We faced one of the toughest pitchers in the county today," Laguna Coach Dave Dopf said. "We did all right, but we didn't make the adjustments on offense early in the game that we needed to. We fell behind and never caught up. Plus, our defense had a few miscues that led to a few of their runs.
NEWS
July 1, 2005
Ryan Lawler was unstoppable on offense, and the Ducks couldn't be contained in their flight toward the postseason tournament title in the city of Laguna Beach-sponsored Junior Basketball League playoffs. Lawler poured in 42 points, and the Ducks claimed the crown by upending the Tarheels, 50-38, in the tournament final Monday at Laguna Beach High. His effort offset double digit scoring by Michael McMullin (15) and Dylan Roley (12) of the Tarheels. The Tarheels, coached by head coach Spencer Harrell and assistants Jonathan Begay, Dan Darling and Tim Sanchez, contained Lawler in first half play, holding him to five field goals and the rest of the Ducks to one field goal by Cody Duplisea.
NEWS
May 6, 2005
The Ducks and Spurs share the top spot in the regular season standings at the conclusion of the first half of play, in the city of Laguna Beach's-sponsored Junior Basketball League. The Ducks, coached by Max Jaffe, and the Spurs, coached by Cataldo Alessi, ended first-half play with identical 4-1 records. Ducks 61, Artists 40 League scoring leader Ryan Lawler, who had a 36 points-per-game average coming into this game, scored 29 points as the Ducks led wire-to-wire in making the Artists their fourth-straight victim.
NEWS
April 15, 2005
The Hawks opened play in the city of Laguna Beach's Junior Basketball League with a bang as they defeated the preseason favorite, the Ducks, 76-62, at Laguna Beach High's Dugger Gymnasium. Coach Brian Bergen's Hawks took advantage of a Ducks team, coached by Bobby Monroe, that was forced to play the game with a four-man squad that had been depleted by absent players. Despite being a man down, the Ducks' Ryan Lawler poured in 44 points. That output, however, wasn't enough to offset a trio of Hawks in double figures as Skylar Perkins scored 16 points, Brett Thompson scored 14 and Ricky Zona scored 14. Remington Zona was next with nine points for the Hawks, who raced to a 40-23 halftime lead.
NEWS
March 28, 2003
CHASING DOWN THE MUSE Sycamores, dressed in brilliant green and bright orange poppies, blanket the hillsides. A red-tail soars overhead and everywhere mourning doves can be heard cooing. The world renews itself as spring opens wide her arms. Except in dark corners, where men hunt men with weapons and steeled intent. When does a dove become a hawk become a dove? In nature, never. In human beings, often. My heart is heavy and sickened, my country at war. Spaniards burn our flag in the streets and chant, "Hate America."
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