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By Matt Szabo | May 15, 2009
The Laguna Beach boys? track and field team knows this feeling. Once again, the Breakers are the class of the Orange Coast League. They proved it at the league finals May 7 at Estancia High, when they scored 127 points to easily outdistance second-place Costa Mesa (83) for their third straight league title. The Breakers girls hadn?t lost a dual meet but finished second to the Mustangs at league finals, 158 points to 140. For the boys, it was another exercise in domination.
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By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | June 9, 2006
At about 10 a.m. Friday, Kathryn Poet boarded a bus for Santa Barbara. The junior and her Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy softball teammates were headed to Dos Pueblos High, the site of the Tologs' first CIF Southern Section playoff appearance since joining the Mission League. Once the Tologs stepped onto the field, Poet did what she's done all year. She was an exemplary leader. She occupied the top of the order and added to her team-best totals in several offensive categories.
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By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | June 9, 2006
NORWALK — Andrew Steben expected nothing less. The St. Francis High senior entered Saturday's CIF Southern Section Track and Field Championships at Cerritos College as the favorite to take home the Division III title in the pole vault. And that's exactly what he did. Steben won the division title by recording a personal-best leap of 15 feet 6, a foot higher than Atascadero's A.J. Teunissen and Temple City's Hoku Hu, who tied for second. "I was pretty sure I could win the title," Steben said.
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By Mike Sciacca | May 28, 2010
Natasha Strickland ran into the Laguna Beach High record book Saturday with a standout performance at the CIF Southern Section Track and Field Championships at Cerritos College in Norwalk. Strickland, a sophomore, ran an 11 minutes 6 seconds in the girls' Division IV 3,200 meters, good for fourth place. Her time bettered by seven seconds the previous record of 11:13, also held by Strickland. "I thought Natasha was capable of improving on her school record time, I just didn't know how much," said Laguna girls' Coach Steve Lalim, who missed the finals meet.
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July 23, 2004
Andrew Edwards Two beachgoers suffered spinal cord injuries in swimming accidents at Laguna beaches over the weekend, one of whom lifeguards initially feared might be paralyzed. Marine Safety Chief Mark Klosterman said lifeguards did not know how Koichi Mori, a 23-year-old Japanese exchange student-athlete, was hurt. An unknown man pulled Mori from the water just south of Hotel Laguna at about 10 a.m. Saturday. The rescuer left the beach before lifeguards could interview him to find out what happened.
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By Mike Sciacca | June 11, 2010
Another season has gone into the history books for the Laguna Beach High track and field program. Both the Laguna boys' and girls' teams won an Orange Coast League championship. Several individuals won league titles in their respective events, and several qualified for the CIF Southern Section Division IV meet and CIF finals at Cerritos College. Both teams will lose key senior members to graduation in the next week, but despite that, the track and field program is showing no sign of a let-up.
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By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | March 24, 2011
The Laguna Beach boys' tennis team took its first step in its attempt to repeat as Orange Coast League champion by blanking host Estancia, 18-0, in the league opener for both teams Tuesday. Sweeps in singles play came from No. 1 Jake Michaels (6-1, 6-0, 6-0), No. 2 Benito Romeo (6-1, 6-1, 6-0) and No. 3 Teague Hamilton (6-0, 6-0, 6-0), and in doubles from No. 1 Hutton McKenna/Morgan Lebby (6-1, 6-0, 6-3), No. 2 Owen Weber/Austin Loomis (6-2, 6-1, 6-1) and No. 3 Taylor Davidson/Nick Le (6-0, 6-2, 7-5)
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By Matt Szabo | May 15, 2009
The Laguna Beach boys? track and field team knows this feeling. Once again, the Breakers are the class of the Orange Coast League. They proved it at the league finals May 7 at Estancia High, when they scored 127 points to easily outdistance second-place Costa Mesa (83) for their third straight league title. The Breakers girls hadn?t lost a dual meet but finished second to the Mustangs at league finals, 158 points to 140. For the boys, it was another exercise in domination.
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