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By Mike Sciacca | September 15, 2006
The Laguna Beach High football team rode the shoulders of Charley Bowman to its first victory of the season. On Sept. 8, Bowman rushed for a pair of touchdowns and directed the Breakers with gusto as they blanked the La Quinta Aztecs of Westminster, 18-0. It was the first shutout by a Laguna team since the 2004 Breakers beat Magnolia, 21-0, in the fifth game of the season, a span of 18 games. Bowman threw for 97 yards and rushed for 62 more with scoring runs covering 35 and nine yards.
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By Mike Sciacca | September 21, 2007
Things didn?t go nearly as well as anticipated last Friday for the Laguna Beach High football team, so it went back to the drawing board Monday. A lack of execution, dropped passes, missed tackles and the inability to complete drives doomed the Breakers in a 26-0 nonleague loss to Santiago at Garden Grove High. This week, Coach Jonathan Todd has ?switched things up,? bringing a new but basic look and scheme to the offense. ?We were more of a finesse team in our first three games but this week at practice, we?
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February 15, 2008
It wasn?t pretty, but the Laguna Beach High girls? basketball team will take it. The ?it? was a 32-24 victory at Estancia on Feb. 8 that wrapped up second-place in the Orange Coast League standings and secured a CIF-Southern Section playoff berth for the Breakers. Laguna, ranked No. 11 in Division IV-AA, drew a first-round home game and hosted Santiago of Garden Grove on Thursday. The score wasn?t available at press time. In the win over Estancia, Lauren Kelly scored nine points, a key, seven of which came at ?
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By Matt Szabo | July 17, 2009
August is around the corner, which means the high school football season can?t be far away. And the Laguna Bach High football team is getting plenty of experience in summer passing league games and tournaments, which are continuing over the next several weeks. ?We?ve been going for about two weeks and everybody?s been playing pretty well,? Coach Jonathan Todd said. ?We?re doing [passing tournaments] every Tuesday or Wednesday.? The Breakers opened by making the semifinals of the JSerra tournament, beating JSerra and Santiago along the way. Then, the Breakers beat Irvine and University in a tournament July 8, before losing a tough decision to Santiago.
NEWS
October 21, 2005
Leah Freidenrich, a longtime Laguna resident, will receive Santiago Canyon College's 2005 Faculty Excellence Award Tuesday, the highest honor bestowed by colleagues on a faculty member. Freidenrich is a library faculty member at the community college, located in Orange. Freidenrich will deliver a special lecture, "The Future of the Book in the Electronic Age," at the Tuesday event, and her name will be added to a perpetual plaque with previous winners. She will also receive a $2,500 cash award.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 6, 2012
The Laguna Beach High girls' water polo team went on the road for the first time Wednesday in an early-season showdown with Santiago of Corona. In a game that went to the wire, the Breakers ended up on the short end of a 9-8 score in nonleague action. The Breakers, ranked sixth in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 poll, led, 3-1, after the first quarter. The Sharks, the defending Division II champion and currently ranked No. 7 in the division, rallied to take a 6-4 halftime lead.
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By Mike Sciacca | September 14, 2007
Gauging his team?s progress from the first week of the season to the next, Jonathan Todd was pleased with the way his Laguna Beach High football team performed last Friday against La Quinta of Westminster. Pleased, but not thoroughly satisfied. Todd notched victory No. 1 as coach at his alma mater and Laguna got its first win in 2007, a 31-22 decision over the Aztecs at Bolsa Grande High. The Breakers bolted to a 31-0 lead, cleared the bench and celebrated their initial triumph.
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By Cindy Frazier | November 19, 2007
The Orange County Fire Authority is gearing up for a high-velocity Santa Ana wind event expected to mirror the conditions that occurred during the devastating Santiago fire of several weeks ago.  Weather experts are predicting high winds and single digit relative humidity in Orange County, but temperatures will be cooler than during that Santa Ana event.  Extra engines and air support will be at the ready, according to the fire authority.  Residents are urged to be cautious regarding outdoor barbecues and to be watchful for fires in the wilderness.
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By Cindy Frazier | October 24, 2007
As their own community waits nervously to see which way the fire winds blow, Laguna Beach firefighters have been battling fires in various areas since a blaze broke out Sunday in Malibu.   Fire Cpt. Dan Stefano said that the Office of Emergency Services Engine 313, a state fire apparatus, originally sent to Malibu, has been reassigned to the San Diego fire, along with crew members Capt. Chris Kent, Engineer Jeff Priest and Firefighter Dan Conroy.  Engine 302 has been assigned to the Santiago fire in Orange County since Sunday, crewed by Stefano, Engineer Carl Klass, and Firefighter Julio Pacheco, and relieved Tuesday by Capt.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 6, 2012
The Laguna Beach High girls' water polo team went on the road for the first time Wednesday in an early-season showdown with Santiago of Corona. In a game that went to the wire, the Breakers ended up on the short end of a 9-8 score in nonleague action. The Breakers, ranked sixth in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 poll, led, 3-1, after the first quarter. The Sharks, the defending Division II champion and currently ranked No. 7 in the division, rallied to take a 6-4 halftime lead.
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By Matt Szabo | July 17, 2009
August is around the corner, which means the high school football season can?t be far away. And the Laguna Bach High football team is getting plenty of experience in summer passing league games and tournaments, which are continuing over the next several weeks. ?We?ve been going for about two weeks and everybody?s been playing pretty well,? Coach Jonathan Todd said. ?We?re doing [passing tournaments] every Tuesday or Wednesday.? The Breakers opened by making the semifinals of the JSerra tournament, beating JSerra and Santiago along the way. Then, the Breakers beat Irvine and University in a tournament July 8, before losing a tough decision to Santiago.
SPORTS
February 15, 2008
It wasn?t pretty, but the Laguna Beach High girls? basketball team will take it. The ?it? was a 32-24 victory at Estancia on Feb. 8 that wrapped up second-place in the Orange Coast League standings and secured a CIF-Southern Section playoff berth for the Breakers. Laguna, ranked No. 11 in Division IV-AA, drew a first-round home game and hosted Santiago of Garden Grove on Thursday. The score wasn?t available at press time. In the win over Estancia, Lauren Kelly scored nine points, a key, seven of which came at ?
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By Cindy Frazier | November 20, 2007
The Orange County Fire Authority is gearing up for a high-velocity Santa Ana wind event expected to mirror the conditions that occurred during the devastating Santiago fire of several weeks ago.  Weather experts are predicting high winds and single digit relative humidity in Orange County, but temperatures will be cooler than during that Santa Ana event.  Extra engines and air support will be at the ready, according to the fire authority.  Residents are urged to be cautious regarding outdoor barbecues and to be watchful for fires in the wilderness.
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By Josh Aden | November 1, 2007
Between sending crews to fight fires in Santiago Canyon and running regular emergency response services, the reserve firefighters of Emerald Bay managed to build a Halloween haunted house for the community. With engine crews rotating through 24-hour shifts in Irvine, crews back at the Orange County Fire Authority Station 11 worked double duty. The Halloween project took two weeks. The department was instrumental in holding the line at Santiago School. “It blows my mind to see guys give so much of themselves,” said firefighter David Skarman.
LOCAL
By Cindy Frazier | October 25, 2007
As their own community waited nervously to see which way the fire winds would blow, Laguna Beach firefighters have battled fires all week in other communities since a blaze broke out Sunday in Malibu. Slowly the firefighters are making their way back to Laguna Beach. Fire Capt. Gary Ganger said he and his crew spent two days working in Foothill Ranch, Portola and Live Oak Canyon, where they didn’t lose a single home. The Santiago fire has moved into the Cleveland National Forest, where it could burn for days.
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By Cindy Frazier | October 24, 2007
As their own community waits nervously to see which way the fire winds blow, Laguna Beach firefighters have been battling fires in various areas since a blaze broke out Sunday in Malibu.   Fire Cpt. Dan Stefano said that the Office of Emergency Services Engine 313, a state fire apparatus, originally sent to Malibu, has been reassigned to the San Diego fire, along with crew members Capt. Chris Kent, Engineer Jeff Priest and Firefighter Dan Conroy.  Engine 302 has been assigned to the Santiago fire in Orange County since Sunday, crewed by Stefano, Engineer Carl Klass, and Firefighter Julio Pacheco, and relieved Tuesday by Capt.
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By Mike Sciacca | September 21, 2007
Things didn?t go nearly as well as anticipated last Friday for the Laguna Beach High football team, so it went back to the drawing board Monday. A lack of execution, dropped passes, missed tackles and the inability to complete drives doomed the Breakers in a 26-0 nonleague loss to Santiago at Garden Grove High. This week, Coach Jonathan Todd has ?switched things up,? bringing a new but basic look and scheme to the offense. ?We were more of a finesse team in our first three games but this week at practice, we?
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | September 14, 2007
Gauging his team?s progress from the first week of the season to the next, Jonathan Todd was pleased with the way his Laguna Beach High football team performed last Friday against La Quinta of Westminster. Pleased, but not thoroughly satisfied. Todd notched victory No. 1 as coach at his alma mater and Laguna got its first win in 2007, a 31-22 decision over the Aztecs at Bolsa Grande High. The Breakers bolted to a 31-0 lead, cleared the bench and celebrated their initial triumph.
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