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  • Laguna runner-up once again

    Laguna runner-up once again

    Breakers fall to Redlands in CIF-SS Division 4 title match for second straight year.

  • Breakers remain alive in playoffs

    Breakers remain alive in playoffs

    Laguna Beach to face California High of Whittier in CIF-SS Division 4 quarterfinals at Rio Hondo College on Friday.

  • Duo takes third

    Putnam (400 meters), Cenan (shotput) earn third-place finishes at CIF-SS Championships at Cerritos College.

  • Youth Scene: Rotary takes division championship

    Rotary came back from an early loss in Laguna Beach Little League Intermediate Division postseason tournament play to beat VFW twice during the week to win the division championship. Having won the regular-season title with a 13-4 record, Rotary went 3-1 in the tournament to capture the tournament...

  • Briefs: Exciting final at Women's Laguna Open

    The 40th annual Women's Laguna Open beach volleyball tournament at Main Beach in Laguna Beach May 7 provided competitors several challenges due to strong winds and some rain. Twenty-five pro women's teams vied for $1,600 in prizes. The team of Carly Wopat (San Jose) and Karissa Cook (Santa Barbara)...

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  • Breakers to play for title

    Breakers to play for title

    Laguna Beach takes down Mark Keppel, 10-8, to advance to Division 4 final against Redlands.

  • Breakers finish regular season strong

    Laguna Beach steps up with two wins over Calvary Chapel to claim league title.

  • Laguna Beach swim teams shine

    Breakers set school records, boys' team takes top five at CIF-SS finals.

  • Youth Scene: UPS earns huge win

    The UPS Store Yankees pulled off a big victory Monday that sent them on to play in the AAA Division championship game in Laguna Beach Little League postseason tournament playoff action. UPS Store moved on to the division final by defeating Crescent Bay Advisors, which finished in first-place during...

  • Briefs: Team USA wins gold

    The USA Water Polo Men's National Team captured the gold medal at the FINA Men's Intercontinental Tournament Sunday by defeating Australia, 10-9, at Yokohama, Japan. Luca Cupido (Newport Beach) scored the last of his team-high three goals with two seconds left to lift Team USA to the title. Cupido's...

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