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December 2, 2005
Laguna boys' team is a bit sloppy in victory over St. Margaret's, coach Giovanni Vlahos says.They might have shown signs of rust from not having played since last winter, but the Laguna Beach High boys' soccer team got what it was after Tuesday: a victory. In a season-opening match for both teams, host Laguna shut out St. Margaret's High, 3-0. "We got the result that we wanted, but we played very, very sloppy," Laguna coach Giovanni Vlahos said. "Maybe you can chalk it up to rust, but I know that my boys are better than what they showed out there."
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | April 24, 2009
COSTA MESA ? At 6-foot-10 and with his black glasses, Costa Mesa senior middle blocker Ryan Thompson is tough to ignore. The same is true about this year?s Mustangs, but Laguna Beach found a way to get the job done on the road Tuesday. The Breakers swept, 25-18, 25-21, 25-18, in a battle for first place in the Orange Coast League Tuesday at Costa Mesa High. It was the first match in 20 days for Laguna Beach (16-5, 5-0), but the Breakers showed little rust against the upstart Mustangs (10-3, 3-1)
NEWS
February 28, 2003
DISCOVER YOUR PUBLIC LIBRARY While I'm entirely sympathetic to the desire to stay indoors during the winter, preferably reading a can't-put-it-down book, I venture to guess too many of us really end up spending hours in front of the TV watching the Golf or Home Shopping channels while working our way through every known type of Dorito. I'm here to scold and cajole and tell you we'd all be much better off if we dedicated some of those hours to exercise.
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By Mike Sciacca | January 11, 2008
It had been nearly three weeks since the Laguna Beach girls’ water polo team had faced any competition, so any signs of rust shown by the Breakers would be understandable when they took on Santa Margarita Tuesday in nonleague play. They did manage to shake off their layoff in time, however, to score a 9-8 victory over the Eagles at the Laguna pool. The Breakers, ranked second in Division II, have now won nine straight to improve to 9-1. Their lone loss was a double-overtime setback to top-ranked Foothill (Div.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 18, 2007
The 35th annual Village Laguna Charm House Tour will be held in South Laguna this year and includes six homes: three "charmers," a very contemporary home, an oceanfront home and the Rust House, where owners Paul and Jan Muñoz collaborated with architect Ted Wells, past president of the Society of Architectural Historians. The tour will be staged beginning at noon from the Rust House, which is next door to South Coast Medical Center at 31872 Coast Highway. Buses will start from the Rust House, circulate among the homes and return.
NEWS
By: Arshavir S. Saryan | September 10, 2005
A confident Burroughs High team opened its 2005 campaign Friday with a convincing nonleague victory against host Schurr, 30-14. The Indians set and maintained the pace of the game, as they came out running with senior Thomas Kyle -- who finished the night with 111 yards in 11 carries and a touchdown. He also caught a 67-yard screen pass from junior quarterback Tony Banuelos Jr. for a touchdown to put Burroughs ahead. Banuelos completed 14 of 26 passes for 233 yards and three touchdowns.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Steve Kawaratani | June 5, 2009
The calendar indicates that we are still in spring, although it seems that Laguna weather is more the seasonal equivalent of the Southern Hemisphere recently. Nevertheless, the first day of summer begins in less than three weeks, with Flag Day, graduations, Father’s Day, and the summer solstice filling our datebooks. The June birth flowers are the rose and the honeysuckle, as both bloom prodigiously throughout the month. And so, let’s get back to the garden with the Plant Man: Q. What flowers can I plant near the ocean?
SPORTS
January 6, 2006
Boys open league play with 3-0 victory.A 2 1/2 -week break from competition didn't seem to faze the Laguna Beach High boys' soccer team Wednesday. Showing no signs of rust from the long layoff, the Breakers trotted past visiting Beckman, 3-0, at Guyer Field. The Pacific Coast League opener for both teams was played on a surface wet from Monday's heavy rains. "The field conditions weren't the best in the world, seeing that it rained quite a bit this week, but my boys played well and we got that all-important first league win," Laguna coach Giovanni Vlahos said.
NEWS
November 22, 2002
There seems to be a buzz around town about the removal of the fountain that used to sit near City Hall. The fountain was removed when its spray splashing on the sidewalk became a public safety concern. Tom Askman was commissioned to create the piece in 1991 and he installed it in 1992. The work, called "Synthetic Falls," did not function correctly from the beginning, said Sian Poeschl, city arts coordinator. "The arts commission asked [the artist]
NEWS
November 1, 2002
Suzie Harrison Last Sunday late in the afternoon, Community Art Project offered art lovers the opportunity to get to know Laguna sculptor James Koch better, offering an open door to see the artist's home, studio and sculpture gardens. Koch is a found-object sculptor whose pieces are primarily made of metal and range in various sizes from small statuettes to have inside, to 6-foot art for the garden or yard. He primarily uses metal with some cement and rocks and his favorite surface is rust.
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By Matt Szabo | April 24, 2009
COSTA MESA ? At 6-foot-10 and with his black glasses, Costa Mesa senior middle blocker Ryan Thompson is tough to ignore. The same is true about this year?s Mustangs, but Laguna Beach found a way to get the job done on the road Tuesday. The Breakers swept, 25-18, 25-21, 25-18, in a battle for first place in the Orange Coast League Tuesday at Costa Mesa High. It was the first match in 20 days for Laguna Beach (16-5, 5-0), but the Breakers showed little rust against the upstart Mustangs (10-3, 3-1)
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By Mike Sciacca | January 11, 2008
It had been nearly three weeks since the Laguna Beach girls’ water polo team had faced any competition, so any signs of rust shown by the Breakers would be understandable when they took on Santa Margarita Tuesday in nonleague play. They did manage to shake off their layoff in time, however, to score a 9-8 victory over the Eagles at the Laguna pool. The Breakers, ranked second in Division II, have now won nine straight to improve to 9-1. Their lone loss was a double-overtime setback to top-ranked Foothill (Div.
SPORTS
December 2, 2005
Laguna boys' team is a bit sloppy in victory over St. Margaret's, coach Giovanni Vlahos says.They might have shown signs of rust from not having played since last winter, but the Laguna Beach High boys' soccer team got what it was after Tuesday: a victory. In a season-opening match for both teams, host Laguna shut out St. Margaret's High, 3-0. "We got the result that we wanted, but we played very, very sloppy," Laguna coach Giovanni Vlahos said. "Maybe you can chalk it up to rust, but I know that my boys are better than what they showed out there."
NEWS
February 28, 2003
DISCOVER YOUR PUBLIC LIBRARY While I'm entirely sympathetic to the desire to stay indoors during the winter, preferably reading a can't-put-it-down book, I venture to guess too many of us really end up spending hours in front of the TV watching the Golf or Home Shopping channels while working our way through every known type of Dorito. I'm here to scold and cajole and tell you we'd all be much better off if we dedicated some of those hours to exercise.
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