Baseball (3-4)The Breakers endured one of the worst losses in recent years as Glenn defeated Laguna 11-0 on Tuesday, March 6, at Rio Hondo College. Breakers gave up an eight run third inning and committed five errors. The following day, Jack Lochner picked up the win as Laguna defeated Katella 8-3 at Carrillo Field. Jared Angus, Kolton Freeman, and Sawyer Chesley each had two runs batted in.
Girls Sand VolleyballThe season schedule was shuffled at the last minute with the first match moved to this past Thursday, March 15. Breakers will be at El Toro on March 20 and will host JSerra at the Main Beach courts on March 22. The fifth season of sand play opened on Thursday, March 8, when the Breakers hosted St Joseph/Lakewood at Main Beach. The league play this season also includes El Toro, JSerra, and Saddleback Valley Christian.
Laguna defeated future league rival Marina 197-200 on the Viking’s home course at Meadowlark on Monday, March 12. Breaker scores were Chase Gioffredi – 35, Kyle Sharp – 38, Ben Sharp – 38, Gus Morck – 42, and Miles Stripling – 44. Last Thursday, March 8, they were not so lucky, losing 192-202 to Los Alamitos at the Aliso Creek course. Kyle Sharp led with a 35 followed by Chase Geoffredi – 40, Ben Sharp – 40, Gus Morck – 43 and Kyle Shaw – 44.
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Selecting a term
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