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By: | October 7, 2005
The Laguna Beach High cross-country athletic booster club will host a fundraising event on Oct. 16 at the Sandpiper Lounge. Laguna Beach is the defending Division IV State champion. The event will run from 4 to 8 p.m. at the lounge, located at 1183 S. Coast Highway. The Incredible Blues Offenders will be playing at the event, which includes food catered by La Sirena Grill. A live auction and raffle also are part of the night's festivities.
NEWS
By: | October 14, 2005
Laguna Junior Challenger tennis event Oct. 23 The Laguna Beach Laguna Beach Junior Challenger Series 2005 will be held Oct. 23 at Alta Laguna Park. The event, presented by All Court Tennis, features round-robin tournament play for junior players ages 10-and-under through 14-and-Under, novice to advanced. The cost is $25 per player and entry deadline is Wednesday. For more information, call Julie Heussenstamm of United States Professional Tennis Assn.
NEWS
By: | August 26, 2005
Final soccer camp begins Monday The All England Soccer Academy will start its third and final summer camp Monday . The camp will run through Sept. 2 and is open to players 6 to 15 and of all abilities. The camp sessions are held from 9 a.m. to noon at Moulton Meadows Park. For more information or for an application form, call (949) 499-9755 . In other soccer news, the Laguna Beach Soccer Club still has one or two positions available for its boys' under-9 and under-15 teams.
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By: Mike Sciacca | September 30, 2005
Laguna Beach High never trailed Monday in its nonleague boys' water polo match against visiting Tustin, posting an 8-7 victory over the Tillers. Mike Dick scored a match-best five goals for Laguna, which ran its record to 6-3. Adam Kaplan, Cameron Brinkman and Johnny Holcomb each scored once for the Breakers. Sophomore goalie Warren Murrel had eight saves. "It's still a learning process," Laguna coach Rick McKee said of his team's progress this season.
NEWS
By: | September 2, 2005
The Laguna Beach Breakers 12-and-under advanced team has openings for girl tennis players for the upcoming fall season. To be eligible, players must be under 12 through Dec. 15. Matches during the season are played at 1 p.m. on Saturdays, and team practices are from 5 to 6:30 p.m. each Tuesday. In addition, tennis classes and individual lessons are available for beginner through advanced tennis players of all ages. For more information on the 12-and-under team and classes and lessons, call coach Julie Heussenstamm at (949)
NEWS
By: Mike Sciacca | September 23, 2005
Rebounding from its first loss of the season, the Laguna Beach High boys' water polo team responded Tuesday with an 11-6 home victory over Loyola. The Breakers broke open a tight match by outscoring the Cubs, 4-1, in the fourth quarter. Junior attacker Johnny Holcomb led Laguna in scoring with four goals. Mike Dick netted three goals, Adam Kaplan scored twice, and Cameron Brinkman and Peter Phelps each posted a goal. In its previous outing, Laguna found the going tough against second-ranked Foothill, which got seven goals from J.W. Krumpholz and scored a 15-8 nonleague victory at Tustin High.
NEWS
By: Mike Sciacca | September 16, 2005
The girls' cross country, tennis and golf teams at Laguna Beach High opened their seasons this week. The programs have several key returners and promising underclassmen in their lineups. A look at the teams: Girls' Cross Country Laguna runners ran well at last Saturday's Fastback Shootout at Mount San Antonio College in Walnut. Alex Crawley clocked a time of 12:04 to finish in third place in the juniors race, her time a 38-second improvement over last year's race.
NEWS
By: Mike Sciacca | August 31, 2005
It's a new season, but the same old story for the Laguna Beach High football program. A school with an enrollment of 840 a year ago, Laguna Beach typically goes up against schools that have two, three, even four times as many students. Yet despite being undersized and undermanned most games, the Breakers have always carried a "never quit" mentality. It has gained them respectability the past couple of years, even garnered them a CIF Southern Section playoff berth two years ago. But after this year, their "David vs. Goliath" tag will change.
NEWS
By: | September 2, 2005
Send AROUND TOWN items to the Coastline Pilot, P.O. Box 248, Laguna Beach, CA 92652; fax to (949) 494-8979; call (949) 494-4321 or e-mail o7coastlinepilot@latimes.com. f7Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. SATURDAY PEACE VIGIL The Laguna Beach Peace Vigil meets every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Main Beach. The group seeks nonviolent answers to global conflicts. Information: (949) 499-3190 or (949) 494-7609. SUNDAY BASKETBALL The public is invited to play basketball at Laguna Beach High School.
NEWS
By: Barry Faulkner | September 22, 2005
The announcement two weeks ago that Laguna Beach High would forfeit its 2004 football victory over Costa Mesa did little to satisfy the Mustangs' apparent thirst for revenge. "Our kids have been talking about Laguna Beach the last couple of weeks," first-year Mustangs Coach Jay Johnson said. The Mustangs will get the chance to square things on the field Friday at 7 p.m., when they visit Laguna Beach for their final preleague game. Costa Mesa is also hoping to satisfy its desire for its first victory this season, having been trounced by solid foes Brea Olinda, Corona del Mar and Huntington Beach.
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By: | October 14, 2005
Laguna Junior Challenger tennis event Oct. 23 The Laguna Beach Laguna Beach Junior Challenger Series 2005 will be held Oct. 23 at Alta Laguna Park. The event, presented by All Court Tennis, features round-robin tournament play for junior players ages 10-and-under through 14-and-Under, novice to advanced. The cost is $25 per player and entry deadline is Wednesday. For more information, call Julie Heussenstamm of United States Professional Tennis Assn.
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By: | October 7, 2005
The Laguna Beach High cross-country athletic booster club will host a fundraising event on Oct. 16 at the Sandpiper Lounge. Laguna Beach is the defending Division IV State champion. The event will run from 4 to 8 p.m. at the lounge, located at 1183 S. Coast Highway. The Incredible Blues Offenders will be playing at the event, which includes food catered by La Sirena Grill. A live auction and raffle also are part of the night's festivities.
NEWS
By: Mike Sciacca | September 30, 2005
Laguna Beach High never trailed Monday in its nonleague boys' water polo match against visiting Tustin, posting an 8-7 victory over the Tillers. Mike Dick scored a match-best five goals for Laguna, which ran its record to 6-3. Adam Kaplan, Cameron Brinkman and Johnny Holcomb each scored once for the Breakers. Sophomore goalie Warren Murrel had eight saves. "It's still a learning process," Laguna coach Rick McKee said of his team's progress this season.
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By: Mike Sciacca | September 23, 2005
Rebounding from its first loss of the season, the Laguna Beach High boys' water polo team responded Tuesday with an 11-6 home victory over Loyola. The Breakers broke open a tight match by outscoring the Cubs, 4-1, in the fourth quarter. Junior attacker Johnny Holcomb led Laguna in scoring with four goals. Mike Dick netted three goals, Adam Kaplan scored twice, and Cameron Brinkman and Peter Phelps each posted a goal. In its previous outing, Laguna found the going tough against second-ranked Foothill, which got seven goals from J.W. Krumpholz and scored a 15-8 nonleague victory at Tustin High.
NEWS
By: Barry Faulkner | September 22, 2005
The announcement two weeks ago that Laguna Beach High would forfeit its 2004 football victory over Costa Mesa did little to satisfy the Mustangs' apparent thirst for revenge. "Our kids have been talking about Laguna Beach the last couple of weeks," first-year Mustangs Coach Jay Johnson said. The Mustangs will get the chance to square things on the field Friday at 7 p.m., when they visit Laguna Beach for their final preleague game. Costa Mesa is also hoping to satisfy its desire for its first victory this season, having been trounced by solid foes Brea Olinda, Corona del Mar and Huntington Beach.
NEWS
By: Mike Sciacca | September 16, 2005
The girls' cross country, tennis and golf teams at Laguna Beach High opened their seasons this week. The programs have several key returners and promising underclassmen in their lineups. A look at the teams: Girls' Cross Country Laguna runners ran well at last Saturday's Fastback Shootout at Mount San Antonio College in Walnut. Alex Crawley clocked a time of 12:04 to finish in third place in the juniors race, her time a 38-second improvement over last year's race.
NEWS
By: | September 2, 2005
Send AROUND TOWN items to the Coastline Pilot, P.O. Box 248, Laguna Beach, CA 92652; fax to (949) 494-8979; call (949) 494-4321 or e-mail o7coastlinepilot@latimes.com. f7Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. SATURDAY PEACE VIGIL The Laguna Beach Peace Vigil meets every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Main Beach. The group seeks nonviolent answers to global conflicts. Information: (949) 499-3190 or (949) 494-7609. SUNDAY BASKETBALL The public is invited to play basketball at Laguna Beach High School.
NEWS
By: | September 2, 2005
The Laguna Beach Breakers 12-and-under advanced team has openings for girl tennis players for the upcoming fall season. To be eligible, players must be under 12 through Dec. 15. Matches during the season are played at 1 p.m. on Saturdays, and team practices are from 5 to 6:30 p.m. each Tuesday. In addition, tennis classes and individual lessons are available for beginner through advanced tennis players of all ages. For more information on the 12-and-under team and classes and lessons, call coach Julie Heussenstamm at (949)
NEWS
By: Mike Sciacca | August 31, 2005
It's a new season, but the same old story for the Laguna Beach High football program. A school with an enrollment of 840 a year ago, Laguna Beach typically goes up against schools that have two, three, even four times as many students. Yet despite being undersized and undermanned most games, the Breakers have always carried a "never quit" mentality. It has gained them respectability the past couple of years, even garnered them a CIF Southern Section playoff berth two years ago. But after this year, their "David vs. Goliath" tag will change.
NEWS
By: | August 26, 2005
Final soccer camp begins Monday The All England Soccer Academy will start its third and final summer camp Monday . The camp will run through Sept. 2 and is open to players 6 to 15 and of all abilities. The camp sessions are held from 9 a.m. to noon at Moulton Meadows Park. For more information or for an application form, call (949) 499-9755 . In other soccer news, the Laguna Beach Soccer Club still has one or two positions available for its boys' under-9 and under-15 teams.
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