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SHUTOUTS ARE KING’S THING SO FAR THIS SEASON

April 1, 2021 RIVERSIDE:  The Huskies of Centennial – always a tough Big 8 league matchup – came to town Thursday night and they found a MLK team hungry and waiting. The scoring came relatively quickly, in the 17th minutes, when Kaylee Hauck received a crisp pass from Kyra Murphy.  Hauck beat her defender and

KING OUTSHOOTS CENTENNIAL BUT DROPS LEAGUE OPENER

April 1, 2021 CORONA:  The boys soccer team kicked off the delayed 2020/21 Big 8 season on Thursday at Corona-Centennial. The current makeup of the King squad under seasoned head coach Todd Mapes is decidedly young. “We’re only starting three seniors” Mapes said of the youthful nature of his lineup. Tobi Odufalu scored King’s only

GIRLS COME HOWLING BACK IN WIN OVER POLY

March 31, 2021 RIVERSIDE:  Oh, that Poly-King rivalry. Oh, that 18-0 shut out. Oh, that rebound from the frustrating defeat at the hands of Mater Dei 48 hours earlier. All three categories are, on their own, enough to elicit a hearty “Oh my!”  After all, who doesn’t love a rivalry? Who doesn’t love an 18-0

BOYS GOLF DEFEATS QUALITY CHAPARRAL

March 31, 2021 RIVERSIDE:  The Pumas of Chaparral High came to the General Olds golf course on the southern edge of Riverside Wednesday and they packed their golf bags with determination and skill. “It was an exciting match!” exclaimed the boys head coach Lucinda Brewer of the 4 point win King earned. In team play

A THRILLING RETURN TO ACTION AND A WIN AS WELL

March 30, 2021 SAN JACINTO:  “The pandemic has taken away so many things we take for granted – like the thrill of playing high school sports and the joy of watching our kids compete” coach Bob Metz said after his girls softball team returned to action with a win over San Jacinto Tigers. The 8-2 victory

A FORFEIT BY TEMECULA VALLEY NOT A DETERRENT TO KING

March 30, 2021 TEMECULA:  As the boys’ team did on Monday, the girls golf team traveled to Temecula to take on Temecula Valley High School (TV) at the Legends Golf Club.Unlike the boys team, which lost to the Golden Bears, the girls found an incomplete TV squad which would lead to the forfeit. But the

YOU WIND AND YOU LOSE SOME: TENNIS FALLS TO LOS OSOS

March 30, 2021 RANCHO CUCAMONGA:  Take the east-west corridor along the San Gabriel mountain range and any of those cities along the 215 freeway will greet you with a wind-swept hello. Of course, the opposite could be said as well, and it was a hearty wind-swept “good bye” that lingered in the boys tennis team

TENNIS WILL LOOK TO MOVE ON FROM MATER DEI LOSS

March 29, 2021 RIVERSIDE:  Mater Dei, the parochial Orange County school is a power at just about any sport they field, and tennis is no exception.  Their appellation of “Monarch” is a fitting one given their athletic prowess and perennial success. The girls from King discovered that first hand in a lopsided defeat, 5-13. Coach

FRUSTRATING GAME GETS IMPRESSIVE FIGHT FROM KING

March 29, 2021 TEMECULA “Golf can be frustrating at times” said Coach Lucinda Brewer after the defeat on Monday to Temecula Valley High (TV) at the Legends Golf Course in Temecula. Brewer may be in her first year at the helm of the boys golf team, but the lifelong golfer and seasoned coach knows the ins and

YOUTH IS SERVED IN WIN OVER CITRUS VALLEY

March 29, 2021 REDLANDS:  King’s girls soccer battled to a very hard fought 2-0 victory over the host, Citrus Valley on Monday. The game was tied 0-0 at half and looked headed to finish that way until the 57th minute when a throw in to 9th grader Brianna Nesser allowed her to collect and take a