The Laguna Beach track and field boys' and girls' teams picked up Orange Coast League victories last week by defeating visiting Costa Mesa.
The Laguna girls won, 79-33, while the boys' team won, 95-27.
Laguna girls' event winners were: Tessa Hopper (100 meters); Marina Paul (800 meters); Darby Winson (100 and 300 hurdles); Carlee Ressler (1,600 meters); Audrey Rodriguez (3,200 meters); Marlee Grosher (long jump); Janie Crawford (triple jump).
Laguna boys' event winners were: Tyler Nichols (800 meters); Spencer Anderson (110 hurdles); Christian Menes (300 hurdles); Avery Crowl (long jump); Nico Bevilaqua (triple jump); Kilar Pike (high jump); Ricky Delatorre (shot put, discus); Jeff White (3,200 meters).
The Breakers are scheduled to compete Saturday at the Orange County Championships.
The Breakers split their last two matches, defeating Sage Hill, 193-217, on April 4 at Aliso Viejo Country Club, and fell, 200-224, to host San Clemente on April 5 at Talega Golf Course.
In Laguna's win over Sage Hill, Breaker Tim Peterson was the low medalist with even-par 35. Tyler Metez shot a personal best 39.
"This was a great win for us in that all the players shot well as a team," Laguna Coach Scott Finn said.
The Breakers are back in action Tuesday with a 2:30 p.m. home match against Estancia at Aliso Viejo Country Club. They also host Costa Mesa at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Aliso Viejo CC.
The Breakers are idle this week but before the start of spring break, they fell, 13-5, in an April 5 nonleague match at Cerritos. Teague Hamilton, at No. 1 singles for the Breakers, earned 6-3, 6-0, 6-0 wins. Morgan Lebby, at No. 2 singles, won two of three sets (3-6, 6-4, 6-1).
Laguna has one match on tap next week. The Breakers travel to Santa Ana Valley High on Thursday for a 3:15 p.m. Orange Coast League match against Godinez. The Breakers are 5-0 in league and in first place.
Both the boys' and girls' swim teams have been off since March 28. Both squads return to Orange Coast League competition Wednesday for a 3:15 p.m. meet at Saddleback. Both Laguna teams are 3-0 in league.
The Breakers also have an April 25 home league meet with Costa Mesa before the league prelims start May 1 at Costa Mesa.
The Breakers, idle since April 4, have two Orange Coast League matches next week, starting with a 5:30 p.m. Tuesday contest at Saddleback. They also hit the road Thursday for a 5:30 p.m. match at Estancia.
Laguna (14-7) leads the league standings at 4-0.
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