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February 20, 2009
The Laguna Beach Breakers completed a 10-0 regular season to become the Division 3 champion in the South Coast National Junior Basketball League. During their 10-game win streak, the Breakers had a 29-point margin of victory. They next will compete at the Division 3 NJB Championship Series against teams from other NJB chapters. The Laguna Beach Breakers are led by Coach Kent Sveningson and assistants Chris Thurin and Kirk Langton. The team is: John Langton, Lance Stewart, Julien Thurin, Russell Thomas, James Langton, Cole Paxson, Brett Sveningson, Mathew Hayes and Zane Herr.
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April 17, 2009
Two city records were broken as Laguna Beach held its annual youth track meet April 4. In the boys? Division 2 (athletes born in 2001), Koa Todd set the record in the 100 meters with a mark of 15.9 seconds. He broke Aaron Chesley?s city mark of 16.7, which was set in 1985. Marlee Grosher also set a record in the 1,600 meters for the girls? Division 7 (born in 1996), finishing in 6 minutes, 30.75 seconds. That bettered the old time of 6:49.90, set by current Laguna Beach High cross country standout Gerry Artman in 2004.
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By Mike Sciacca | July 12, 2012
The Laguna Beach Little League Major Division All-Star team had its run in the District 55 Tournament halted July 6 when it dropped a wild 15-14 game to Laguna Niguel at Chapparosa Park in Laguna Niguel. Laguna Beach finished the tournament with a 2-2 record. The a game was much different from when they first met at the tournament's opener June 30, a 10-0 win by Laguna Niguel. In the rematch, Laguna Niguel jumped on Laguna Beach early and it appeared another blowout was imminent.
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From Staff Reports | June 30, 2011
Laguna Beach Little League sent five teams into the 2011 Little League District 55 All-Star Tournament and as of Thursday, only two of those teams remained in title contention. The tournament took a break for the Fourth of July weekend and resumes Tuesday. Majors Laguna Beach opened tournament play Saturday with a 7-3 win over Lake Forest. On Sunday, the outcome wasn't as kind to the locals, who lost a tough 3-2 game to Central Irvine. Laguna played Newport Beach American on Thursday in an elimination game.
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From Staff Reports | June 21, 2012
Four teams from Laguna Beach Little League will compete next week at the District 55 All-Star Tournament. The double-elimination event starts June 30. Laguna will have All-Star teams competing in the Little League Majors, 10/11, 9/10, and Junior divisions. First-round games for Laguna teams are as follows: •Majors All-Stars: vs. Laguna Niguel, 4 p.m., June 30, Woodfield Park (Field 4), Aliso Viejo. •10/11 All-Stars: vs. Laguna Niguel, 11 a.m., June 30, Hicks Canyon Park (Field 2)
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From Staff Reports | May 11, 2012
With the outcome of a key AAA Division game on the line, Cooper Noriega came through for Crescent Bay Advisors. Noriega lined a two-out, 3-2 fastball out to left field for a game-winning, two-run single in the bottom of the sixth inning that lifted CBA to a come-from-behind 6-5 victory over Morgan Stanley in Laguna Beach Little League action. The victory clinched the regular-season AAA title for CBA (11-3-1), which with the win also secured a spot in the upcoming District 55 Tournament of Champions.
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From Staff Reports | April 26, 2012
Joseph Sweet's first home run will be one he is certain to remember. His swing with one out in the bottom of the sixth went for a walk-off home run and lifted Rotary to a hard-fought, 11-10 victory over Sportsworld in Laguna Beach Little League Majors division action at Riddle Field. The back-and-forth battle saw Sportsworld rally for three runs in the top of the sixth to tie the score at 10. Sportsworld took a 2-0 lead in the first inning when Wesley Witteman's single scored Conner Brashier and Blake Burzell.
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June 18, 2010
The UPS Store from Laguna Beach Little League lost to the Aliso Viejo Angels, 3-1, June 11 in the second round of the Little League District 55 Tournament of Champions Minor Division tournament at Riddle Field in Laguna Beach. The TOC places all the top teams in District 55 Little League (Newport, Central Irvine, Rancho Niguel, Laguna Niguel, Lake Forest, Saddleback, and Laguna Beach) in a single-elimination tournament. The pitchers from both teams took early control of the game.
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January 29, 2010
After leading in the first quarter, the National Junior Basketball Division II El Toro girls? team was looking for an edge against Laguna Beach in the fifth quarter. Laguna had led by no more than two at the end of the second, third and fourth quarters, but El Toro made a late run to win the game, 27-22, at Thurston Middle School. The game was close the entire time and that was because of relentless hustle by the Laguna Beach girls on the boards. Alexandra Lewis had eight points, five rebounds and a block, while Francesca Cecutti had four points and four boards.
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From Staff Reports | July 5, 2012
The Laguna Beach Little League Major Division All-Star team is moving on in the District 55 All-Star Tournament. Laguna has played three games since Saturday, has won two straight and posted a 2-1 record. It's latest game Tuesday resulted in a 10-1 victory over Rancho Niguel at Woodfield Park in Aliso Viejo that kept the team alive in the double-elimination tournament. Laguna Beach will attempt to again fend off elimination when it takes on Laguna Niguel at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Woodfield Park (Field 4)
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April 17, 2009
Two city records were broken as Laguna Beach held its annual youth track meet April 4. In the boys? Division 2 (athletes born in 2001), Koa Todd set the record in the 100 meters with a mark of 15.9 seconds. He broke Aaron Chesley?s city mark of 16.7, which was set in 1985. Marlee Grosher also set a record in the 1,600 meters for the girls? Division 7 (born in 1996), finishing in 6 minutes, 30.75 seconds. That bettered the old time of 6:49.90, set by current Laguna Beach High cross country standout Gerry Artman in 2004.
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February 20, 2009
The Laguna Beach Breakers completed a 10-0 regular season to become the Division 3 champion in the South Coast National Junior Basketball League. During their 10-game win streak, the Breakers had a 29-point margin of victory. They next will compete at the Division 3 NJB Championship Series against teams from other NJB chapters. The Laguna Beach Breakers are led by Coach Kent Sveningson and assistants Chris Thurin and Kirk Langton. The team is: John Langton, Lance Stewart, Julien Thurin, Russell Thomas, James Langton, Cole Paxson, Brett Sveningson, Mathew Hayes and Zane Herr.
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