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By Mike Sciacca | September 1, 2006
Traditionally, Laguna Beach and Corona del Mar don't meet on the football field until somewhere at or beyond the midway point of the 10-week regular season. That's the way it's been for the past seven years, a period in which both schools have been members of the Pacific Coast League. But beginning with the 2006-07 school year, Laguna has moved on to the new Orange Coast League, while Corona del Mar has remained in the revamped PCL. The rivalry, however, continues, as the teams battle tonight — this time, in nonleague play — at Newport Harbor High's Davidson Field.
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August 11, 2006
The Laguna Beach High football team opens fall ball next week, as preparations begin for the Breakers season opener Sept. 1 against longtime rival Corona del Mar. The Breakers and Sea Kings, members of the old Pacific Coast League, will meet in nonleague play. Laguna is part of the new Orange Coast League, while Corona del Mar retained membership in the Pacific Coast League. Below is the 2006 football schedule for the Breakers:   Fri., Sept. 1 : vs. Corona del Mar, 7 p.m. (at Newport Harbor High)
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By Mike Sciacca | March 17, 2006
Once again, the Laguna Beach High boys' volleyball team will be one of the familiar squads to compete at the Orange County Championships. One of the southland's premier boys' volleyball tournaments, the event begins today with opening-round action at four area high school gymnasiums. Edison and Marina will play host to the first two days of the Division I competition, and Newport Harbor and Estancia are the sites of the Division II action. Laguna will compete in the Division I side of the tournament, and takes on Pacific Coast League rival Corona del Mar today at 4 p.m. at Edison.
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By By Mike Sciacca | February 17, 2006
Laguna Beach girls' water polo team opens playoffs.When the CIF-Southern Section released the pairings for the 2005 Division II girls' water-polo playoffs on Monday, the set-up revealed another potential collision course for the teams from Laguna Beach and Corona del Mar. Laguna was deemed the No. 2 seed in the playoffs, right behind the Sea Kings, who are the defending division champions. Three victories by each team in the opening rounds of the playoffs would set up a title-game rematch on Feb. 27 at Belmont Plaza Pool in Long Beach.
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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.
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By By Mike Sciacca | February 10, 2006
Laguna Beach boys' soccer team takes on Tesoro for league win.The Laguna Beach High boys' soccer team concludes its regular season at 3:15 p.m. today at Pacific Coast League rival Tesoro. Laguna, which is 8-1-2 in the league and 13-3-3 overall heading into today's match, can earn an outright league championship with a victory over the Titans. Today's match was originally scheduled for Wednesday, but that game was canceled due to air-quality concerns as a result of the wildfire.
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By By Mike Sciacca | February 10, 2006
Breakers rout Northwood; CIF polo playoffs next.Laguna Beach High girls' water polo coach Rick McKee had a little trepidation heading into Wednesday's Pacific Coast League match against visiting Northwood. His Breakers hadn't played in a week, after losing to No. 1 Corona del Mar, nor had his squad had a strong week of practice leading up to Wednesday's regular season finale. "I was apprehensive going into the game," McKee said, but his second-ranked Breakers squelched his concern by overcoming a sluggish start on offense to record a 13-3 victory over the ninth-ranked Timberwolves.
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By By Mike Sciacca | February 3, 2006
As in 2005, Laguna Beach falls to Corona del Mar in a key girls' water polo match.Eleven months ago, Laguna Beach and Corona del Mar met at Belmont Plaza Pool in Long Beach to determine the CIF-Southern Section Division II girls' water polo champion. In their first meeting since that February 2005 showdown, the two teams hooked up Wednesday at Corona del Mar in a battle to determine supremacy in the Pacific Coast League. This battle between the division's top-ranked teams followed nearly the same script and ended as it did in 2005, with No. 1 Corona del Mar defeating No. 2 Laguna, 9-4. In last year's division title game, the Sea Kings won by a 9-5 score.
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By By Mike Sciacca | January 20, 2006
A 1-0 shutout of rival Sea Kings puts Breakers at 5-0; key match against Tesoro awaits.Today, the Laguna Beach High boys' soccer team is sitting in a place where coach Giovanni Vlahos had hoped his squad would be -- in first-place. The Breakers ran their Pacific Coast League record to 5-0 and remained the lone undefeated team in league play after going on the road Wednesday to blank rival Corona del Mar, 1-0. The victory was the 10th of the season for the Breakers, who improved to 10-2-1 overall.
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By By Mike Sciacca | January 20, 2006
Slow start dooms Laguna in boys' basketball.For a rivalry game, the Laguna Beach High boys' basketball team couldn't fan the flame of passion Wednesday when it hosted Corona del Mar. The Breakers got off to a lackluster start in the Pacific Coast League clash, never recovered and eventually dropped a 71-53 decision to the Sea Kings. "I take responsibility for this one," Laguna coach Bret Fleming said after his Breakers dropped their fourth league outing in five games. "I just didn't have them prepared.
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