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March 8, 2012
Senior Marina Paul of Laguna Beach High has been named the 2012 Most Valuable Player on the All-Orange Coast League girls' soccer team. Paul, a midfielder who is headed to Georgetown University, leads a cast of eight Breakers named to the all-league team. Selected as first team members from Laguna were senior defender Hannah Magstadt, junior defender Sarah Hewlett, freshmen defender Amy Hewlett and midfielder Audrey Pillsbury. Breakers named second team were senior forward April Carlson, freshmen midfielder Janie Crawford and goalie Kylie George.
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November 28, 2008
Local youth can develop soccer skills in the off-season by playing indoor soccer at the Laguna Beach Boys & Girls Club. The five-week season of indoor soccer, which began Sunday, is open to players in the Under-8, -10 and -12 divisions and is under the direction of Laguna Beach High boys? soccer Coach Patrick Coyne. For more information, visit the www.patrickcoynesocceracademy.com or call (949) 350-5239. Special team rates are available. The Laguna Beach Boys & Girls Club is located at 1085 Laguna Canyon Road in Laguna Beach.
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December 13, 2002
Laguna Beach's boys' under-14 soccer team marched to the AYSO Area 11-L championship game last Sunday but came away one win shy of capturing the tournament title. The crown went instead to San Juan Capistrano, which claimed the area following a 4-1 victory in a tournament final that was closer than the final score might indicate. The loss ended Laguna's win streak at 15 games, a span in which no opponent had come within two goals of Laguna. In addition to defeating all eight teams in league play, Laguna went on to win the Section tournament by beating title-winning teams from Aliso Viejo, Laguna Niguel and Mission Viejo.
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July 4, 2008
Laguna Beach High boys’ soccer Coach Patrick Coyne will begin instruction Monday of a boys’ soccer camp at Laguna Beach High’s Guyer Field. The camp is open to boys ages 4 to 14, and the cost is $125 per player. The registration fee includes player evaluation, certificate and a Laguna Beach High camp T-shirt. Players will be divided on the field according to age group. The camp runs from 9 to 11:30 a.m. daily through July 11. “For the younger players, there will be a lot of grass-roots development with a big emphasis on fun,” Coyne said.
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By Mike Sciacca | March 24, 2006
Derek LeBon and Brennen Healey have been named to the Southern California Soccer Coaches' Assn. 2005-2006 Boys' Soccer Team, Division II. The team was revealed Tuesday by the CIF-Southern Section office in Los Alamitos. LeBon, a senior forward, was the lone player from the Pacific Coast League named to the first-team. Healey, a junior defender, was named to the third-team. LeBon and Healey were just two of eight county athletes named to the Division II team, which includes three, 16-player teams.
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May 11, 2007
The Laguna Pink girls' soccer team capped an undefeated AYSO league season and won the girls' Under-10 division title Saturday by blanking Mission Viejo. Laguna won the match, 3-0, scoring all three goals in the second half on a foggy field at Thurston Middle School. The Pink finished division play with an 8-0-2 record. The Spring Select champs competed with 10 other south county teams from Laguna Niguel, Laguna Hills, San Juan Capistrano, Rancho Santa Margarita and Mission Viejo, in the division.
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December 4, 2009
TODAY Boys? soccer ? Mission Viejo at Laguna, 6:15 p.m. Boys? basketball ? Laguna at La Quinta Tournament Girls? basketball ? Laguna at CdM Tournament Girls? soccer ? Laguna at Ocean View Holiday Tournament ? SATURDAY Boys? basketball ? Laguna at La Quinta Tournament Girls? soccer ? Laguna at Ocean View Holiday Tournament ? MONDAY Boys? soccer ? Laguna at San Juan Hills, 5 p.m. Girls?
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February 13, 2014
Tuesday Boys' Soccer (3 p.m.) CIF wild-card games Girls' Basketball (7 p.m.) CIF wild-card games — Wednesday Girls' Soccer (3 p.m.) CIF wild-card games Girls' Water Polo (5 p.m.) CIF first-round games Boys' Basketball (7 p.m.) CIF wild-card games — Thursday Boys' Soccer (3 p.m.) CIF first-round games Girls' Basketball (7 p.m.) — Friday, Feb. 21 Girls' Soccer (3 p.m.) CIF first-round games — Boys' Basketball (7 p.m.)
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By Mike Sciacca | February 27, 2014
Coming off a spirited opening-round victory in the CIF Southern Section Division 4 girls' soccer playoffs, the Laguna Beach High Breakers had the rare luxury of hosting a second postseason game Wednesday. Backed by a supportive home crowd, the Breakers were looking to register another playoff win, like the one they had scored five days earlier against Ontario Chaffey. In a low-scoring contest at Guyer Field, Laguna was unable to generate any scoring against visiting Phelan Serrano, and the 10th-ranked Breakers came just short in a 1-0 loss to the fourth-ranked Diamondbacks.
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By Mike Sciacca | February 21, 2014
Playing their first home game in the CIF Southern Section boys' soccer playoffs Thursday, the Laguna Beach High Breakers made sure their postseason opener against Santa Monica Crossroads would be one to remember. It was. Laguna and Crossroads battled to a 2-2 tie in regulation play, and that score stood through overtime. The Division 5 first-round match was to be decided by shootout and it was the Breakers, who were able to emerge by outscoring the Roadrunners, 4-2, on penalty kicks.
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February 20, 2014
Friday CIF Girls' Soccer (3 p.m.) Chaffey at Laguna CIF Boy' Basketball (7 p.m.) Whittier Christian at Laguna — Tuesday CIF Boys' Soccer (3 p.m.) Second-round Boys' Tennis (3 p.m.) Laguna vs. Sage Hill (at The Tennis Club) CIF Boys' Basketball (7 p.m.) Division quarterfinals — Wednesday CIF Girls' Soccer (3 p.m.) Second-round CIF Girls' Water Polo (5, 7 p.m.) CIF division semifinals (at William Woollett Jr. Aquatic Center)
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By Mike Sciacca | February 20, 2014
The Laguna Beach High girls' soccer team is entering the CIF Southern Section playoffs the way it had hoped and worked hard to achieve: as champion of the Orange Coast League. Laguna begins its bid for a Division 4 title Friday when it plays host to Ontario Chaffey at 3 p.m. at Guyer Field. The Breakers, ranked 10th in the division and riding an eight-game unbeaten streak, is 12-5-4 overall. Chaffey, runner-up to the Mt. Baldy League title, is 9-7-2 overall. "We are preparing as best as we can for Friday's match with Chaffey," Laguna Coach Bill Rolfing said.
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By Mike Sciacca | February 13, 2014
Bill Rolfing called it a "monumental match" when his Laguna Beach High girls' soccer team took on visiting Calvary Chapel Monday in a key Orange Coast League matchup. It was a huge game, indeed, for the Breakers who had a shot at claiming a rare feat: winning a league championship. They did just that, by taking a 1-0 victory what turned out to be a special Senior Night at Guyer Field. The title was delivered in the game's 25th minute from a corner kick by senior Katelyn Carballo was redirected by junior Paige Vitolo who found a waiting Janie Crawford, and Crawford, a junior, slammed in what turned out to be the winning goal from close range.
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By Mike Sciacca | February 6, 2014
The Laguna Beach High girls' soccer team seems to be finding its stride in the stretch run of the regular season. The Breakers ran their unbeaten streak to five games and continued to hold on to first place in the Orange Coast League standings by taking out visiting Saddleback, 3-1, at Guyer Field Tuesday. The victory put Laguna at 5-1-1 in league, a record also held by Estancia, and gave the Breakers their 10th win (10-5-3) of the season. Coach Bill Rolfing said his team's first-half performance Tuesday proved to difference in the game.
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By Mike Sciacca | January 30, 2014
Needing a strong close to the first half of Orange Coast League play, the Laguna Beach High boys' soccer team accomplished just that by turning in a pair of big performances to keep its title hopes alive. The Breakers earned their third OCL victory Wednesday and closed out the opening round of league action by taking a 4-2 victory from visiting Costa Mesa at Guyer Field. The Breakers scored the final three goals of the opening half to take a 3-1 lead at the break and went on to run their league record to 3-1-1, and went above .500 for the season at 6-5-2.
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By Mike Sciacca | January 23, 2014
Two games were within reach in the past week for the Laguna Beach High girls' soccer team, but victory in Orange Coast League action just eluded the Breakers in both instances. Laguna took a 2-0 lead Tuesday on host Calvary Chapel at Centennial Park in Santa Ana, but a turn of events in the game's final 15 minutes resulted in the game ending in a 2-2 tie. The Breakers grabbed a 1-0 lead in the first half on a score by junior midfielder Audrey Pillsbury following a deflection by the Calvary Chapel goalie.
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By Mike Sciacca | January 9, 2014
A near-three week layoff did little to deter the Laguna Beach High boys' soccer team, which returned to action Wednesday at Guyer Field. In fact, in playing their first game since Dec. 20, the Breakers ran up their highest goal total and produced their widest margin of victory of the season when they shut down visiting Saddleback Valley Christian, 5-0, in nonleague play. The game marked the end of the nonleague season for Laguna, which improved to 3-4-3 overall. The Breakers next week head into Orange Coast League play and start their quest for a league title and return trip to the CIF playoffs Wednesday at Saddleback.
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