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NEWS
April 30, 2004
As much as the move of Laguna Shanti, the city's long-time HIV/AIDS support group, to Laguna Hills makes financial and medical sense, it still is a difficult bit of news to digest. Laguna Shanti is so deeply intertwined with the character of this community -- its activism, its outreach and its far-reaching support of neighbors -- that the idea of the group doing its much-needed and excellent support work outside the city limits is certain to alarm, perhaps even madden, some who have supported Laguna Shanti for years.
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SPORTS
December 19, 2013
Laguna Blues, a girls' under-12 team in Laguna Beach AYSO soccer, turned in an outstanding regular season by improving each match and advancing to the semifinal round of the AYSO 11-L South Orange County Tournament of Champions. The team, which received a wild-card berth to the tournament, nearly reached the division's championship match but had its title hopes ended in a close, 1-0 loss to Mission Viejo. The 11-L tournament started Dec. 7-8 and concluded Sunday (Dec. 15) at the San Juan Capistrano Sportspark.
SPORTS
January 23, 2014
The Laguna Beach Breakers girls' Division 2 team continued their winning ways in National Junior Basketball play by winning two tough games last weekend. Laguna started the weekend by defeating Niguel Aliso Team 1, 28-17, and then disposed of previously-undefeated Niguel Aliso Team 3, 34-21. The two wins stretched the Breakers' overall record to 8-0. Shanti Nunn , Izzy Meekma and Grace Gilles led the way against Niguel Aliso Team 1 by scoring six points apiece. Piper Naess led all scorers in the game against Niguel Aliso Team 3 with eight points, and Nunn and Meekma both scored six points.
NEWS
June 20, 2003
Barricade keeps police busy for nearly two hours Laguna Beach police arrested a Buena Park man and a Dana Point woman after the pair had reportedly barricaded themselves inside an apartment with two children and two other adults in Club Laguna Tuesday, near the Aliso Viejo border. Police responded to a domestic violence call made by a neighbor at 11:07 p.m. Monday and arrested 44-year-old Joseph Ausilio on suspicion of violating a restraining order and 28-year-old Erin Modoff on suspicion of delaying an officer.
SPORTS
July 7, 2006
The Laguna Beach Little League Junior League All-Star team didn't let an opening game letdown interfere with its comeback effort Monday at the District 55 All-Star Tournament in Aliso Viejo. Laguna Beach, smarting from a 23-4 opening round loss Saturday to Laguna Hills, showed its mettle Monday by defeating Saddleback 8-3 in an elimination contest at Woodfield Park. The Laguna All-Star Juniors are made up of players from one team ? the Firefighters, who are the lone team the league fields at the Junior League level.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | April 27, 2007
The Laguna Beach High baseball wasn't fundamentally sound Tuesday in its Orange Coast League game at Costa Mesa, and it was a performance that left Coach Dave Dopf frustrated. And the Breakers came out of it with a loss. Laguna jumped out to a 1-0 lead but couldn't maintain it as the Mustangs went on to record a 5-2 victory. It was the third win in as many games for Costa Mesa against Laguna this year. "It was a very frustrating game," Dopf said. "We had bases loaded in the third and fourth innings, and couldn't score.
NEWS
January 16, 2004
Man arrested in hit-and-run A Laguna Hills man was arrested by the Orange County Sheriff's Department on suspicion of a hit-and-run accident involving several vehicles. Jose Ramirez, 31, was arrested after a 1996 Ford Mustang speeding in a parking lot reportedly struck a 2000 Honda at an apartment complex in the 100 block of San Tropez Court at around 8:30 a.m. Jan. 9. The collision with the Honda reportedly caused a domino effect that led to damage to a Ford Taurus and a 2000 Chevy.
NEWS
June 28, 2002
Mike Sciacca Thirteen eager players representing Laguna Beach Little League will begin their bid Saturday to bring a District 55 title back to the city when they take on Trabuco Canyon Little League in the opening round of the 9/10 All-Star Tournament of Champions. The Laguna Beach-Trabuco Canyon game, which is part of the Area B competition, will begin at noon at LaPaz Park. Rancho Niguel Little League is the host of the 9/10 All-Star Tournament.
SPORTS
From Staff Reports | February 16, 2012
The Laguna Beach 14-and-Under girls' water polo team won the gold medal and the Laguna 12U girls won silver at the Winterfest tournament last weekend. Sixteen teams played for the 14U title and 12 teams vied for the 12U crown. Laguna's 14U team opened tourney play against traditional power SoCal of Tustin and scored an 11-3 victory. Next came a 19-5 win over Chino Hills Area Water Polo (CHAWP) and was followed by a 12-7 win over Corona del Mar (CDM) that put Laguna in the semifinals.
SPORTS
From Staff Reports | February 2, 2012
The Laguna Beach girls' Division 2 (grade 5/6) team improved to 5-1 following a 39-17 victory over El Toro in National Junior Basketball action Saturday at Thurston Middle School in Laguna Beach. Isabel Mansour and Taylor Glenn led the Laguna defense, which had to contend with a taller El Toro team. Sophia Lucas led the offense with 14 points and Molly Cohn, Quinn Winter and Mia Pitz all scored four points. Laguna travels to Aliso Niguel High on Saturday to take on Aliso Niguel at 8 a.m. * Girls' Division 1 Laguna Beach suffered its first loss of the season in a 23-21 setback to Capo Dana.
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