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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.
NEWS
October 25, 2002
Mike Sciacca Their stay at the top of the Pacific Coast League standings was brief, but the Laguna Beach High girls' tennis team didn't go without a furious fight. On the verge of getting their initial win this season against rival Corona del Mar, the Breakers saw that victory snatched away Tuesday by the host Sea Kings, who won on games, 70-68. The win dropped Laguna Beach one game back of seventh-ranked Corona del Mar and sixth-ranked University, who share the league lead at 5-1. The Breakers, ranked eighth in the CIF Division I poll, are 10-4 overall.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | April 28, 2006
During the 2006 swim season, the Laguna Beach High girls' squad has found success as all three of its relay teams, and three individual swimmers, have sprinted their way to automatic qualifying berths in the CIF-Southern Section prelims meet on May 12. Wednesday, members of the Laguna boys' team contended for qualifying times in a Pacific Coast League meet at Tesoro. Cameron Brinkman, looking to qualify in both the 50 and 100 freestyle, just missed qualifying ? by under two seconds ?
NEWS
June 20, 2003
Three members of the Laguna Beach High baseball team were selected to the 2003 All-Pacific Coast League Baseball Team, the league announced. Senior Brian Beck, who played first base and outfield and pitched for the Breakers during the season, was named to the 11-member First Team. Two Laguna players, senior pitcher Jonathon Cedeno and junior third baseman/pitcher/catcher Conley Sampson, were named to the 11-member Second Team. Corona del Mar junior Josh Bradbury was named the league MVP and Northwood junior Brian Deloach was named the Most Valuable pitcher.
NEWS
June 24, 2005
Two members of the Laguna Beach High 2005 boys' volleyball team have been named All-CIF Southern Section. Seniors Luke Morris and Andrew Chapel earned that distinction, with Morris making the first team and Chapel being named to the second team in Division II. The divisions' player of the year was senior Kevin Welch of division champion Corona del Mar. The coach of the year honors went to Sea Kings head coach Steve...
NEWS
February 28, 2003
Laguna Beach High's baseball team officially launches its season on March 7 at the Costa Mesa Tournament, but coach Mike Schubert will get a first-hand look at his squad on Saturday when it hosts Orange Lutheran in an 11 a.m. scrimmage. Schubert will begin his fourth year as head coach with nine starters back from a 2002 team that went 13-10 overall and tied for third place in the Pacific Coast League. Those 13 wins tied a school record for most in a season, matching the records of the 1963 and '57 editions -- two of the school's three baseball teams to win a league championship.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | March 10, 2006
An outstanding year for the Laguna Beach High boys' soccer team culminated last week when senior Derek LeBon was named the MVP of the Pacific Coast League. He is one of seven Breakers to earn all-league status. In girls' soccer, Laguna placed two players on the all-league team. LeBon led Laguna in scoring with 13 goals. He also had six assists. He'll play at UC Davis next year. "I don't know how I'm going to replace him," Laguna coach Giovanni Vlahos said of LeBon.
NEWS
July 16, 2004
Mike Sciacca Tom Faris has resigned as head baseball coach at Laguna Beach High after one year in the position. Faris said Wednesday that he resigned because of "family commitments." Before his one year at Laguna, Faris was a three-year assistant baseball coach at Capistrano Valley. In his only year at Laguna, the Breakers went 5-21 overall and finished fifth in the Pacific Coast League. "It was my first head-coaching experience, and at the time I accepted the job, I lived in Laguna," Faris said.
SPORTS
November 18, 2005
Laguna ends season with win over Eagles.The Laguna Beach High frosh/soph football team completed one of its best seasons in recent school history on Nov. 10 by defeating visiting Calvary Chapel, 13-7. The Breakers came back from a 7-0 halftime deficit to pick up the win, which earned them second place in the Pacific Coast League and a final record of 7-3. Laguna began its comeback on its first possession of the second half. The Breakers went 72 yards on 12 plays, capped by a one-yard touchdown run by sophomore tailback Kameron Pearson.
SPORTS
By By Mike Sciacca | February 3, 2006
Laguna Beach soccer team plays strong game but fails to overcome Calvary Chapel, falling 3-2 in Pacific Coast League game.In what coach Bill Rolfing called the "heartbreaker of heartbreakers," the Laguna Beach High girls' soccer team came up just short Wednesday. A determined bunch of Breakers played a "great game through the midfield and into the attack all night," Rolfings said, but lost to a bigger, faster Calvary Chapel squad, 3-2, in Pacific Coast League action at Guyer Field.
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SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | September 12, 2008
Two longtime rivals who once were league foes meet tonight in the second week of the prep football season. Laguna Beach and Corona del Mar, once members of the Pacific Coast League, go head-to-head at Davidson Field on the Newport Harbor High campus. Game time is 7 p.m. “This is a good game for us,” Laguna Beach Coach Jonathan Todd said. “They’re a good football team that is sound everywhere. It’s a good challenge for us.” The Breakers and Sea Kings, who last were league rivals in 2005, will meet for the 19th time in a series that began in 1962.
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SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | April 28, 2006
During the 2006 swim season, the Laguna Beach High girls' squad has found success as all three of its relay teams, and three individual swimmers, have sprinted their way to automatic qualifying berths in the CIF-Southern Section prelims meet on May 12. Wednesday, members of the Laguna boys' team contended for qualifying times in a Pacific Coast League meet at Tesoro. Cameron Brinkman, looking to qualify in both the 50 and 100 freestyle, just missed qualifying ? by under two seconds ?
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | March 10, 2006
An outstanding year for the Laguna Beach High boys' soccer team culminated last week when senior Derek LeBon was named the MVP of the Pacific Coast League. He is one of seven Breakers to earn all-league status. In girls' soccer, Laguna placed two players on the all-league team. LeBon led Laguna in scoring with 13 goals. He also had six assists. He'll play at UC Davis next year. "I don't know how I'm going to replace him," Laguna coach Giovanni Vlahos said of LeBon.
SPORTS
By By Mike Sciacca | February 3, 2006
Laguna Beach soccer team plays strong game but fails to overcome Calvary Chapel, falling 3-2 in Pacific Coast League game.In what coach Bill Rolfing called the "heartbreaker of heartbreakers," the Laguna Beach High girls' soccer team came up just short Wednesday. A determined bunch of Breakers played a "great game through the midfield and into the attack all night," Rolfings said, but lost to a bigger, faster Calvary Chapel squad, 3-2, in Pacific Coast League action at Guyer Field.
SPORTS
November 18, 2005
Laguna ends season with win over Eagles.The Laguna Beach High frosh/soph football team completed one of its best seasons in recent school history on Nov. 10 by defeating visiting Calvary Chapel, 13-7. The Breakers came back from a 7-0 halftime deficit to pick up the win, which earned them second place in the Pacific Coast League and a final record of 7-3. Laguna began its comeback on its first possession of the second half. The Breakers went 72 yards on 12 plays, capped by a one-yard touchdown run by sophomore tailback Kameron Pearson.
NEWS
June 24, 2005
Two members of the Laguna Beach High 2005 boys' volleyball team have been named All-CIF Southern Section. Seniors Luke Morris and Andrew Chapel earned that distinction, with Morris making the first team and Chapel being named to the second team in Division II. The divisions' player of the year was senior Kevin Welch of division champion Corona del Mar. The coach of the year honors went to Sea Kings head coach Steve...
NEWS
July 16, 2004
Mike Sciacca Tom Faris has resigned as head baseball coach at Laguna Beach High after one year in the position. Faris said Wednesday that he resigned because of "family commitments." Before his one year at Laguna, Faris was a three-year assistant baseball coach at Capistrano Valley. In his only year at Laguna, the Breakers went 5-21 overall and finished fifth in the Pacific Coast League. "It was my first head-coaching experience, and at the time I accepted the job, I lived in Laguna," Faris said.
NEWS
March 5, 2004
Mike Sciacca Laguna Beach High's return to the CIF-Southern Section postseason party in girls' basketball for the first time in 16 years is a direct reflection of its team hustle on the court. And, in that regard, three Breakers have been singled out by the coaches of the Pacific Coast League, for their outstanding efforts in the recently completed season. Aja Roley, Deana Awadalla and Brittany Clark each was named to the 2004 all-league team.
NEWS
June 20, 2003
Three members of the Laguna Beach High baseball team were selected to the 2003 All-Pacific Coast League Baseball Team, the league announced. Senior Brian Beck, who played first base and outfield and pitched for the Breakers during the season, was named to the 11-member First Team. Two Laguna players, senior pitcher Jonathon Cedeno and junior third baseman/pitcher/catcher Conley Sampson, were named to the 11-member Second Team. Corona del Mar junior Josh Bradbury was named the league MVP and Northwood junior Brian Deloach was named the Most Valuable pitcher.
NEWS
February 28, 2003
Laguna Beach High's baseball team officially launches its season on March 7 at the Costa Mesa Tournament, but coach Mike Schubert will get a first-hand look at his squad on Saturday when it hosts Orange Lutheran in an 11 a.m. scrimmage. Schubert will begin his fourth year as head coach with nine starters back from a 2002 team that went 13-10 overall and tied for third place in the Pacific Coast League. Those 13 wins tied a school record for most in a season, matching the records of the 1963 and '57 editions -- two of the school's three baseball teams to win a league championship.
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