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All Teams Schedule: Week of October 17 – October 23

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for M L King High School, October 17 – October 23 MONDAY October 17, 2016 No events happening TUESDAY October 18, 2016 10:00 AM Girls Varsity GolfBig VIII Prelims SCHEDULE 3:15 PM Girls Varsity TennisSantiago/Corona SCHEDULE 3:15 PM Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball @ Roosevelt, Eleanor SCHEDULE 3:15 PM

GREAT FOURTH STILL LEAVES KING DOWN BY ONE

RIVERSIDE: The boys from King played host to Corona in a Big 8 match-up that ended with the Panthers winning by one skinny point. It looked like the game was going to be a lopsided contest as Corona jumped out to a 7-2 margin due in part to some “sloppy turnovers” as Coach Rahn described them, that

GIRLS RUN CLOSER TO LEAGUE TITLE

RESULTS:  Boys   Girls EASTVALE:  In the second of the three Big 8 League meets, the outcome was deja vu all over again, as King placed identically to the first round three weeks ago. The girls varsity won, the boys varsity and both JV squads finished in second of the six schools. Lauren Peurifoy ran out

SENIORS LIGHT UP THEIR NIGHT

RIVERSIDE:  The final home game of the 2016 season was a night to celebrate being a senior and time well spent playing volleyball at King High.  In a game and an event designed to send off this year’s graduating class in style, Coach Lough opted to keep her class of 2017 on the court for the

SENIOR NIGHT AT THE VOLLEYBALL MATCH

The volleyball team will host its last home game of the season and will honor their seniors.  The contest begins at 4:00 PM in the gym. Sarah Hein, Leeza Poselski, Jolene Ryan, Adriana Buenrostro,Danielle Ragan, Monique Mercado, Dakota Smith, Mikaela Grove and Ryleigh Kates You’re invited!

GOLF WINS, CLOSES IN ON SHARE OF TITLE

RIVERSIDE: The girls golf team moved another step toward their second-consecutive league title on Tuesday with a dominating win over Corona, 213-344. All that is left for the team to do is beat Centennial on Thursday and they’ll share the title with Santiago. Playing on the General Old Golf Course in Riverside, Rebecca Hawes and Chandler Sjoerdsma

TENNIS GETS BACK ON TRACK

RIVERSIDE: With the most league titles of any team in King’s history, the girls tennis team’s recent loss to the Poly Bears was an uncommon occurrence . Winning with class and distinction is what Coach Gagnon’s successful program has been known for and they got back to that tradition on Wednesday with a dominating victory over Corona High, 17-1.

TOUGH LOSS AGAINST SANTIAGO

RIVERSIDE:  Volleyball entered it’s second round of Big 8 play and for King, the initial result was disappointing as the match and a chance at the league title by season’s end were dashed with the Santiago victory. The loss was a “tough one”, to use the words of Coach Sondra Lough, “especially for the seniors” as their chance at

GREAT EXECUTION TAKES KING TO 3-0

RIVERSIDE: The water polo team improved in the Big 8 league to a perfect 3-0 record on Tuesday as they defeated Roosevelt at home by a score of 11-7. “I am extremely happy with they way they (the team) executed early on in the game” Coach Rahn commented.  “It was a good win for us.” Andrew Serrano

SANTE GROSSI ACCEPTS ACADEMY PLACEMENT

It is with great honor and excitement to announce Martin Luther King senior Sante Grossi has committed to attend and play baseball for the United States Naval Academy. Sante and his family are very excited to pursue his dream of attending a prestigious service academy while reaching his goal of playing Division I Baseball. Sante