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By Erich Fischer | November 17, 2008
In an intense and action packed game this past Saturday, the Jolly Ranchers defeated the Ice Breakers in the final game of the AYSO girl's 10 and under division to secure the Laguna Beach Championship.  The Jolly Ranchers jumped out to a lead in the first half and added a second goal in the 2nd half to defeat a talented and tough Ice Breaker team in a final score of 2-0.  Head Coach Andrew Hockaday said, "This team really fought hard today and kept their focus in battling such a strong opposing team.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 7, 2008
Laguna Beach soccer teams in AYSO Region 86 began their annual tournament to determine regional champions last weekend. In Under-10 division pool play at Thurston Middle School, each participating team competed in either three or four games, depending on their pool/seeding. A victory earned a team six points, a tie was worth three points, and one point was awarded for a shutout win and one point given for each goal scored (a maximum of three). Matches lasted 30 minutes. ?
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By TOM TITUS | February 2, 2007
Global warming has caught the attention of scientists and ecologists, so it was only a matter of time before a playwright took notice. In the case of "The Ice-Breaker" — opening Feb. 17 in its southern California premiere engagement at the Laguna Playhouse, following a week of previews — that playwright, David Rambo, already had a pretty steady day job. He's been on the writing staff of the TV drama series "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation"...
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By THEATER | February 23, 2007
cpt-titus23 In this two-character play using science as a relationship-connecting backdrop, Rambo draws in the vast audience segment which could care less about climatic changes or world ecology. The results are on view in a powerful and stunning Southern California premiere production at the Laguna Playhouse.
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October 31, 2008
Champions were crowned in six divisions in AYSO Region 86 (Laguna Beach) Saturday as the fall regular season came to a close. The division champions are: Under-14 divisions: Gang Green took the boys? title and Laguna Beach Fire won the girls? title. Boys? Under-12: Three teams were in contention for the title but it was Quick Silver, coached by Frank Ebrahimi, who captured first place after winning their final game, 3-2, over the Green Team. The Oranges helped Quick Silver re-take first place by defeating an underhanded Men in Black team that only played with nine players, 5-2. Boys?
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By Erich Fischer | November 17, 2008
In an intense and action packed game this past Saturday, the Jolly Ranchers defeated the Ice Breakers in the final game of the AYSO girl's 10 and under division to secure the Laguna Beach Championship.  The Jolly Ranchers jumped out to a lead in the first half and added a second goal in the 2nd half to defeat a talented and tough Ice Breaker team in a final score of 2-0.  Head Coach Andrew Hockaday said, "This team really fought hard today and kept their focus in battling such a strong opposing team.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 7, 2008
Laguna Beach soccer teams in AYSO Region 86 began their annual tournament to determine regional champions last weekend. In Under-10 division pool play at Thurston Middle School, each participating team competed in either three or four games, depending on their pool/seeding. A victory earned a team six points, a tie was worth three points, and one point was awarded for a shutout win and one point given for each goal scored (a maximum of three). Matches lasted 30 minutes. ?
NEWS
By THEATER | February 23, 2007
cpt-titus23 In this two-character play using science as a relationship-connecting backdrop, Rambo draws in the vast audience segment which could care less about climatic changes or world ecology. The results are on view in a powerful and stunning Southern California premiere production at the Laguna Playhouse.
NEWS
By TOM TITUS | February 2, 2007
Global warming has caught the attention of scientists and ecologists, so it was only a matter of time before a playwright took notice. In the case of "The Ice-Breaker" — opening Feb. 17 in its southern California premiere engagement at the Laguna Playhouse, following a week of previews — that playwright, David Rambo, already had a pretty steady day job. He's been on the writing staff of the TV drama series "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation"...
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