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High School Roundup: Laguna feels heat in win

By Mike Sciacca September 12, 2013

The Laguna Beach High girls’ tennis team opened its 2013 season in the past week and split its first two matches. In its opener Sept. 5, the Breakers went to Mission Viejo and handed the host Diablos a 12 6 defeat in a match contested in 100 plus degree temperatures that lasted more than four hours. Through the first round of play, Laguna won four of six sets. The Breakers clinched the match through the second round. With the win in hand, Coach Don Davis was then able to move around players and experiment with in the Breakers’ lineup during the third round. Both teams turned in title winning performances at Chapparosa park in Laguna Niguel Dec. 19. After the girls? team sewed up their area crown, the boys? U 12 team followed suit by defeating Mission Viejo, 3 1, in the division final. The boys from Laguna came out strong from the start to take control of the match. Michael Kimball barely missed scoring on several early attacks on goal, but Miguel Jaimes finally put Laguna on the scoreboard when he took a pass from Kimball just outside the Mission Viejo 18 yard box and sent a one touch volley into the upper corner of the net. The Division 5 boys’ squad knocked off visiting Lake Forest, 6 2, to begin the tournament, but suffered a 2 0 road setback at Mission Viejo. The win over Lake Forest began when Sam Stinnett scored a few minutes into the match and continued when Sam Witte added two more first half goals for a 3 0 Laguna lead at the break. Laguna advanced to the final four of the eight team tournament on the strength of its goal average. Laguna opened the tournament with a resounding, 4 0, victory over Rancho Santa Margarita. In its next match, Laguna fought a team from Mission Viejo to a scoreless tie, then dropped a tough, 1 0, decision to another Mission Viejo squad. (through March 7)
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