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By Matt Szabo | October 9, 2009
Coach Jonathan Todd said the Breakers missed their senior middle linebacker Ethan Quirarte (elbow) in the game, but the Laguna Beach defense was doing a good job stopping a potent Garden Grove offense on Oct. 1 at Garden Grove. Then, with the Breakers down, 7-6, late in the first half of the nonleague game, misfortune hit. ?I thought we were doing well,? Todd said. ?We were running and passing and mixing it up. Then, we had a touchdown called back and we didn?t make it on fourth down.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 12, 2008
An early season showdown awaits the Laguna Beach High boys’ basketball team tonight when the Breakers host Dana Hills at 7 p.m. at Dugger Gym. Laguna, 4-1, will be going up against an undefeated Dana Hills team. The Dolphins come to campus sporting a 5-0 record, recording easy wins over Fountain Valley, San Juan Hills, Woodbridge, Mission Viejo and most recently, Laguna Hills on Tuesday. They have a pair of 6-foot-4 junior forwards in Kyle Johnson and Nick Kaspar and a 6-foot-8 center in senior Justin Griffe.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 14, 2007
Clutch free-throw shooting down the stretch by two players new to the program, and the all-around hustle by a veteran, paved the way Monday for the Laguna Beach High girls? basketball team, which recorded a 49-47 nonleague victory at Sage Hill. It was the first win of the season for the Breakers, who are now 1-1, and the first for Coach Jon Hendrickson, who is in his first year at the school. Senior point guard Tess Grogan scored 18 points and ?was all over the court both offensively and defensively and led the way with her energy and leadership,?
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By Mike Sciacca | December 7, 2007
A fast start in its nonleague matchup against Dana Hills on Tuesday wasn?t enough to propel the Laguna Beach High boys? basketball team to victory. Instead, the host Dolphins used a physical inside game in the second half to overcome the Breakers to produce a 53-47 victory. The loss dropped Laguna, which was coming off a weekend performance at the La Quinta Tournament, to 3-2 overall. The Breakers held an eight-point halftime advantage on the Dolphins, fell behind late and then missed a three-point shot in the waning moments that could have tied the score.
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February 15, 2008
2008 All-CIF-Southern Section Football Southern Division Championship Coach Ray Fenton, Cypress Offensive Player of the Year Ryan Saumur, Cypress Defensive Player of the Year Raphael Huizar, Pacifica Offensive Team Cypress: Mike Vanderipe, Ethan Wardle Estancia: Connor McKendry Irvine: Ethan Wiesbrook, Nate Jeffries Kennedy: Jeremy Hensley, Cory Smith Laguna Hills: Jeff Quigley,...
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March 20, 2014
Friday Baseball (3:15 p.m.) Saddleback at Laguna JV Baseball (3:15 p.m.) Laguna at Saddleback — Saturday Track and Field (8:41 a.m.) Laguna Trophy Invitational JV Baseball (10 a.m.) Laguna at Sage Hill (doubleheader) — Monday Boys' Golf (3 p.m.) Laguna vs. Calvary Chapel (at Mile Square GC) — Tuesday Boys' Tennis (3 p.m.) Laguna at Huntington Beach JV Tennis (3 p.m.) Huntington Beach at Laguna Baseball (3:15 p.m.)
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April 25, 2003
Mike Sciacca Things looked promising Tuesday for the Laguna Beach High baseball team after its first at-bat against Pacific Coast League rival Corona del Mar. Taking a 2-0 lead on the road in a key league clash was a big boost to the Breakers but not quite big enough as the Sea Kings came storming back and went on to record a 9-3 home field victory. Laguna, now 3-5 in league and 5-10 overall, got its two, first-inning runs on Conley Sampson's two-run home run. Corona del Mar scored once in the first inning on Nick Karpe's home run, then took the lead for good in the second by scoring twice more, one run coming on a Wes Presson homer.
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By Mike Sciacca | January 17, 2013
In the past few years, the Laguna Beach High football program has come up with several "firsts. " On Monday, the Breakers added another one to an already impressive list. Five members of the football team have been selected to the 2012 All-CIF Southern Section Southern Division Football Team. It's the most players, in a single year, in school history that Laguna has placed on a Southern Section team. The previous high had been two Laguna players named All-CIF in a single season named All-CIF, and that happened on five occasions.
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October 11, 2002
Mike Sciacca The Laguna Beach High football team will wrap up the nonleague portion of its 2002 schedule Saturday when the Breakers travel to Anaheim to take on host Magnolia. Kickoff at Glover Stadium is set for 7 p.m. The game comes at a pivotal point in the 2002 season for a Breakers squad looking to rebound from last week's loss to unbeaten El Segundo, while trying to gain some momentum heading into an Oct. 19 Pacific Coast League opener against Calvary Chapel.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 15, 2011
Two days after winning its opener at the Charlie Wilkins Tournament, the Laguna Beach boys' basketball team saw a comfortable halftime lead slip away against Artesia on Wednesday and went on to drop a 52-45 decision at Westminster High. Junior guard Jake Dalke scored 19 points, junior guard Cole Kesler 10 points, senior forward Brandon Lewis nine points and sophomore guard Noah Blanton seven points. Laguna led the Pioneers by nine (24-15) at the break. "We pretty much led the first 2 1/2 quarters, but we didn't finish real strong," said Laguna Coach Bret Fleming whose team slipped to 5-4 overall.
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By Matt Szabo | October 9, 2009
Coach Jonathan Todd said the Breakers missed their senior middle linebacker Ethan Quirarte (elbow) in the game, but the Laguna Beach defense was doing a good job stopping a potent Garden Grove offense on Oct. 1 at Garden Grove. Then, with the Breakers down, 7-6, late in the first half of the nonleague game, misfortune hit. ?I thought we were doing well,? Todd said. ?We were running and passing and mixing it up. Then, we had a touchdown called back and we didn?t make it on fourth down.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 12, 2008
An early season showdown awaits the Laguna Beach High boys’ basketball team tonight when the Breakers host Dana Hills at 7 p.m. at Dugger Gym. Laguna, 4-1, will be going up against an undefeated Dana Hills team. The Dolphins come to campus sporting a 5-0 record, recording easy wins over Fountain Valley, San Juan Hills, Woodbridge, Mission Viejo and most recently, Laguna Hills on Tuesday. They have a pair of 6-foot-4 junior forwards in Kyle Johnson and Nick Kaspar and a 6-foot-8 center in senior Justin Griffe.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | December 14, 2007
Clutch free-throw shooting down the stretch by two players new to the program, and the all-around hustle by a veteran, paved the way Monday for the Laguna Beach High girls? basketball team, which recorded a 49-47 nonleague victory at Sage Hill. It was the first win of the season for the Breakers, who are now 1-1, and the first for Coach Jon Hendrickson, who is in his first year at the school. Senior point guard Tess Grogan scored 18 points and ?was all over the court both offensively and defensively and led the way with her energy and leadership,?
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | December 7, 2007
A fast start in its nonleague matchup against Dana Hills on Tuesday wasn?t enough to propel the Laguna Beach High boys? basketball team to victory. Instead, the host Dolphins used a physical inside game in the second half to overcome the Breakers to produce a 53-47 victory. The loss dropped Laguna, which was coming off a weekend performance at the La Quinta Tournament, to 3-2 overall. The Breakers held an eight-point halftime advantage on the Dolphins, fell behind late and then missed a three-point shot in the waning moments that could have tied the score.
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