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KING KEEPS ROLLING THROUGH BIG 8

The girls’ golf team has been rolling of late, late being defined as the last few years, especially at the league level and that momentum continued on last week.  On Friday, the Lady Wolves defeated Centennial High School 213 to 260 to improve their record to 7-1; 4-0 league. In golf, the low score wins.

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – NANEETA DESAR

Naneeta Desar has been an exemplary athlete and individual for the past 3 years on the King Varsity Tennis Team.  She stands out for many reasons, but especially for the consideration she always displays for each and every one of her teammates.  She is always willing to do herself whatever she asks of her teammates.

35-1 MAKES FOR A VERY GOOD WEEK

King Tennis played two matches in the Big 8 League this week and dominated their opponents, scoring a combined total of 35 points against their opponents’ ability to score 1 point. League action got off to a roaring start for girls’ tennis as they defeated Norco in a shut out, 18-0. Singles players Geetika Sreeram

AMANDA SOSA LEADS A DAY OF NUMBERS

The Big 8, interestingly, consists of 6 schools.  Yea, it’s complicated. In the sport of cross country all six of the “eight” come together for one meet, which they repeat three times in one season to determine the two champions; boys and girls. On Wednesday at Eastvale, in the roar of the 15 freeway, the Big 8

TIRED, BUT FOCUSED, KING TRIUMPHS OVER CORONA

King Girls continued their winning ways defeating Corona and in so do, improving their record to 6-1 and 3-0 in league. Playing after an exhausting 18 tournament had a numbing effect on most of the team except for Chandler Sjoerdsma and Hailey Higginbotham. They led all scores with a 40 and 41 respectively. Everyone is

GIRLS GOLF FALLS SHORT ON DEFENSE

King Girls Golf Team came up short in defending their title at the 15 th Annual King Invitational Golf Tournament. They finished second to a very good Great Oak team.  The two schools have faced off several times this season with Great Oak posing as quite the challenge. Recently crowned Home Coming Queen Morgan Sjoerdsma

SAME STORY, NEW MANTRA

Tennis has a new mantra and it’s called, “confidence.” To an outsider, it may seem odd for a program that has routinely dominated its annual competition and in 19 years has won 18 league titles.  If that doesn’t create confidence, one might wonder what does. But any veteran coach will tell you that each year

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – MACKENZIE PETERS

Big things come in small packages. Mackenzie is smaller in stature than many, but she has not let that keep her from being large in character and integrity in both the classroom and in cross country. Mackenzie’s success in her course work is shown in a transcript freckled with AP and Honors classes and a GPA that is distinctly lacking in its diversity of letter grades.

KING IS FIRST IN FIRST SERVE TOURNEY

Written by Becky Gagnon The Girls Varsity Tennis Team was once again victorious at the 2018 USTA First Serve Tournament, held this past Saturday, at West Torrance High School. Competition started off against Hart High School, where Katie Lucius and Hyunjin Rheem defeated their opponents 8-1 and 8-6 respectively. In doubles, Hannah Turner and Jaslyn

BOYS SHINE LIKE SAN DIEGO SUN

The Mt.Carmel Invitational is one of the more competitive cross country invitationals in California each year.  It is set on an historic and excellent course that will, in December, draw crowds as the Footlocker National Championship will be staged on the same layout that winds beneath tall eucalyptus trees in San Diego’s Balboa Park under