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HALL IN THE FAMILY: KING INDUCTS TWO MORE

October 4, 2019 Written by John Corona “Family” was the operative word and was in plain evidence at the 2019 Induction Ceremony for the King High Athletics Hall of Fame last night. It was a word brought up in the opening remarks of Master of Ceremonies and former Athletic Director Tony Masi and echoed throughout

CONSISTENTLY CONSISTENT, PERFECTLY EXECUTED

King ran away with another sweep yesterday, this time it was the Centennial Huskies who went home with the goose-egg.  King won 18-0. They are perfect thus far, in the Big 8, though that is not Coach Gagnon’s goal. Consistency is. “Sometimes when you are in the midst of a ‘perfect record’ a player begins

2nd HALL OF FAME INDUCTION IS TONIGHT

TONIGHT at 6:00 PM, the King High Hall of Fame will induct it’s second class of honorees. Heidi Garrett and Marvin Lea will be inducted into the second class of the King High Hall of Fame. This distinguished ceremony comes one year after the Hall of Fame’s Inaugural Class of Kawhi Leonard, Nicole Smith and Ray Plutko

GOUISIKUL, SJOERDSMA POST LOW MARKS IN LOW MARK MATCH

King’s strong season continued on Wednesday with a second win in the week, this time over Norco. Once again Jennifer Gouisikul and Chandler Sjoerdsma posted the lowest scores with a 38 and 39, respectively to lead the team to a big margin win, 210-266. The 210 was the lowest team score this year. Freshman Haley Lara

SEE-SAW MATCH GOES SANTIAGO’S WAY

CORONA:  On Monday, September 30th, the Lady Wolves(2-3 in BIG VIII, 14-9 Overall) traveled to face the Sharks of Santiago High School in a BIG VIII league match up. The Lady Wolves lost in a highly contested battle in 5 sets, 25-17, 25-27, 25-20, 21-25, 15-17. Senior Kaili Vandenberg led the Wolfpack with 14 kills

GAGNON REACHES COACHING MILESTONE

Longtime King girls tennis coach Becky Gagnon has been at the job for some 29 years and along the way she has garnered numerous honors and awards.  As the 2019 season has moved forward, three milestones have been set by  Coach Gagnon and her team that are a tribute to King’s rich tennis history and

BETTER SHARKS STILL NOT ENOUGH FOR THE WOLVES

CORONA: Competition is like a tide, it tends to raise all boats.  The Santiago Sharks are one of those Big 8 golf teams that has improved, perhaps because King’s golf team has been as good as they’ve been for as long as they have. But while the Sharks were circling a bit closer, the Wolves were

TENNIS SWEEPS CORONA. CARRY ON.

It wasn’t close, not even in one’s imagination. King tennis dominated Corona on Monday, winning an overwhelming number of games – 54 – to Corona’s 1. Singles players Katie Lucius, Samantha Quezada, and Bella Connor did the damage. The Doubles teams of Seeta Patel/Thais Olvera, Jaslyn Gines/Humairaa Syed, & Jenny Noh/Erica Zomalt were also undefeated

KING FINDS FIRE IN THE DESERT, ISN’T BURNED

CASA GRANDE, ARIZONA:  Wander off into the desert, and you’ll likely come face to face with overwhelming obstacles to your own survival. Drive purposefully into the desert, like the cross country teams did this weekend, you might just be looking for something. That “something” that King was looking for was the Nike Desert Twilight Invitational, a

RISING TO THE CHALLENGE, KING FINDS SUCCESS IN THE OC

BREA:  The Lady Wolves Varsity Volleyball Team participated in the O.C. Invitational Tournament on Saturday, September 28th, hosted by Brea Olinda High School and Rosary Academy. The tournament had a field of 16 teams and the Lady Wolves finished 2nd overall. King had a very challenging morning of pool play in which they won all