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NEWS
December 19, 2003
Girls' water polo third in CIF poll Laguna Beach High's girls' water polo team was ranked third in the coaches' preseason CIF-Southern Section Division II poll. The top 10 poll was released Tuesday by the Southern Section office in Los Alamitos. The Division II top 10 poll was topped by Laguna's Pacific Coast League rival, Corona del Mar. Following the Sea Kings was Canyon of Anaheim, which was ranked No. 2. Following No. 2 Laguna, in order, was Villa Park, Troy, Pacific Coast League foe University, Peninsula, El Dorado, Santa Monica and Fullerton.
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SPORTS
December 5, 2008
The season has come to an end for the Laguna Beach High football team. Going where no Laguna squad has gone in the last 21 years, the Breakers saw their CIF Southern Section Southern Division playoff run halted in the second round by Corona del Mar, which scored a 41-0 victory last Friday at Guyer Field. The Sea Kings took a 7-0 lead after one quarter then put the game away by outscoring Laguna, 21-0, in the second quarter It was Laguna’s second loss of the season to the Sea Kings, who also scored a shutout 37-0 victory on Sept.
NEWS
April 30, 2004
The rivalry between Laguna Beach High and Corona del Mar intensified when the two Pacific Coast League boys' volleyball powers collided at Dugger Gymnasium. Playing before a boisterous crowd and for positioning in the race for the PCL title, the Sea Kings emerged with a 25-23, 21-25, 25-20, 23-25, 15-9 road victory. Trey Chapel had 19 kills, 15 digs and two solo blocks for Laguna. Luke Morris finished with 17 kills and 21 digs, Andrew Chapel had 17 kills, Chris Hoffman had 16 kills and Clark Olson recorded 43 set assists.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | November 17, 2011
The Laguna Beach girls' volleyball team played with passion Tuesday in the CIF Southern Section Division 1-A semifinals, giving rival Corona del Mar all it could handle. "I thought we played hard and with a lot of heart," Laguna Beach Coach Lance Stewart said. "We just didn't make enough good plays to finish things. They (CdM) made more big plays than we did, and that was the difference. " Second-ranked Corona del Mar had many of those big plays in the second game on its way to eliminating the Breakers, 25-20, 25-23, 17-25, 25-16 at Dugger Gym. CdM, the Pacific Coast League champion, trailed, 10-1, at one point in the second set before mounting a furious rally.
NEWS
April 22, 2005
Mike Sciacca You can bet that Dugger Gymnasium will be rocking tonight. At 5:30, Laguna Beach High will host Corona del Mar in a showdown for undisputed first place in the Pacific Coast League boys' volleyball standings. The teams will meet a second and final time in league play next Friday on the Sea Kings' home floor. This is a game that both teams, each 5-0 in league play, have been pointing to on the schedule. However, when it comes to the two schools, this could be only a game of hide-and-seek.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza, david.carrillo@latimes.com | May 21, 2011
CYPRESS — Out of all nine CIF Southern Section boys' volleyball title appearances with Corona del Mar High, the latest one stressed out Coach Steve Conti. At first, he did not know why. When a reporter joked if he felt stressed Saturday because it was supposed to be the end of the world, Conti just grinned. No, it had nothing to with such shenanigans. All of Conti's stress was because the Sea Kings were supposed to win Division II. Not just win, but sweep Laguna Beach. Who cared if the Breakers were the defending champions?
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | January 11, 2008
The Laguna Beach girls? soccer team ended its winter break on a rare high, hoping that the feat will lead to big things during play in the Orange Coast League. Laguna began league play Thursday with a road match against Calvary Chapel at Orange Coast College. The score wasn?t available at press time. The Breaker return to the field for a league clash at 6 p.m. Tuesday, hosting Costa Mesa at Guyer Field. They did enter league action, however, feeling awfully good. In what Coach Bill Rolfing said was a ?
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo, matthew.szabo@latimes.com | January 5, 2011
CORONA DEL MAR — Beating a senior-laden team like Laguna Beach High twice in a five-day span is tough. Corona del Mar senior girls' water polo player Lauren Marks just wants to make her shot tough to ignore. Marks did so in the fourth quarter Wednesday, scoring the game-winning goal crosscage with just over five minutes left as CdM took the nonleague game over the Breakers, 5-4, at CdM. "I knew I had to step it up," said Marks, who scored twice after netting just one goal in CdM's first eight games.
SPORTS
By By Mike Sciacca | February 10, 2006
Boys' basketball team starts slow in 71-43 loss to Titans.The season came to an end Wednesday for the Laguna Beach High boys' basketball team, which dropped a 71-43 Pacific Coast League game to Tesoro at Dugger Gymnasium. "We went up against a very good team that has a lot of size," Laguna coach Bret Fleming said. "We played them tough the first time we played them in league, but this time we got down early and couldn't recover." Tesoro jumped to an 18-7 lead after one quarter and extended its lead to 33-17 by the half.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | September 29, 2006
In a showdown Wednesday between the top two ranked teams in CIF-Southern Section Division II-AA, top-ranked Laguna Beach traveled to Corona del Mar to face the second-ranked Sea Kings and dropped a 25-20, 20-25, 25-11, 25-22 match. Laguna played the match without 6-foot-3 senior middle blocker Zoe Garrett who is playing for the U.S. National Team in the Azteca Cup in Monterrey, Mexico this week. Junior outside hitter Dana Hutchison had 18 kills, senior setter Mychaela Miller eight kills and sophomore setter/defensive specialist Alex Palmer 19 assists to lead the Breakers.
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