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All Teams Schedule: Week of September 26 – October 2

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for M L King High School, September 26 – October 2 MONDAY September 26, 2016 No events happening TUESDAY September 27, 2016 3:15 PM Girls Varsity GolfCentennial/Corona SCHEDULE 3:15 PM Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball @ Norco High School SCHEDULE 3:15 PM Girls Varsity TennisCentennial/Corona SCHEDULE 3:15 PM Girls

ROOSEVELT, KING SPLIT BIG 8 OPENER

RIVERSIDE:  King hosted the opening meet of the Big 8 Cross Country season in a format in which all six schools compete simultaneously in four level races, girls JV and varsity, and boys JV and varsity.  The races were held at Riverside’s beautiful Andulka Park and featured a 2.9 mile course that was spectator friendly

BITTER AND SWEET AGAINST VISTA MURRIETA

MURRIETA:  King traveled down the 215 freeway to take on the Vista Murrieta Mustangs on Wednesday and found the drive back a bit bitter sweet. The bitter came in the form of a 7-13 loss.  “It’s an uphill battle” right now said Coach Chad Rahn.  Vista got out to a quick 3-0 lead and mental errors

SJOERDSMA SISTERS LEAD WAY TO LOWEST ROUND

The girls golf team scored their lowest round of the season and in doing so, improved to 4-0 in the Big 8 conference.  Against Corona High on Thursday, the team won a lopsided match, 202-316. The Sjoerdsma sisters, Morgan and Chandler were the leading scorers on the day with a 36 and a 37 round shot respectively.  Lauryn

SARAH HEIN, EMMA THOMPSON LEAD GREAT BATTLE IN LEAGUE

RIVERSIDE:  After a few tough losses mixed with strong play against ranked opponents in the preseason, the girls volleyball team entered Big 8 league action on Thursday with optimism that what Coach Lough has seen in practice would transfer to game day. “We had one of our best practices the day before our match against Santiago” she said.

PANTHERS NO MATCH FOR ANOTHER TENNIS TEAM WIN

CORONA:  The girls tennis team keeps rolling with another full team effort that left their opponent, the Corona High School Panthers quickly starting at a huge deficit that ultimately ended with a 17-1 King win. Coach Becky Gagnon likes to repeat that “togetherness makes ‘ordinary’, extraordinary” and her squad was doing that with the lopsided

GIRLS ARE SNAKE BIT BY SERRANO

PHELAN: The challenge of playing on the road was heightened as King traveled to the High Desert to take on the Diamondbacks of Serrano High.  The result was a stinging loss – “a tough one” – Coach Sondra Lough called it. “We are struggling right now to play together with greater intensity when the pressure is

THIRD BIG 8 WIN IMPROVES GOLF’S SEASON

Photo Credit: Stan Lim, Riverside Press Enterprise Coach Keith Moorman would admit that his team has its moments of struggle, with seemingly a persistent hole in each match that a lack of focus produces triple or quadruple bogies. Despite those growing pains, the girls are now 3-0 in the Big 8 league after winning over Norco by a

BALANCED, FULL TEAM EFFORT BRINGS VICTORY

EASTVALE: Since King High School’s inception in 1999, the girls tennis program under the guidance of Coach Becky Gagnon has yearly produced incredible results, championships and accomplishments.  The program has done this for almost two decades by emphasizing team play in a sport that is inherently individualistic. That PEAK philosophy was on display yesterday against the Roosevelt

GIRLS GOLF GETS SOME PRAISE FROM PRESS

Photo Credit: Stan Lim, Press Enterprise 9/20/16 Coach Keith Moorman’s  squad received some nice praise and a well done article in the Press Enterprise. Read it here