M L King Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 4 - 6 - 3
  • Conference Record: 2 - 0
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MUSTANGS UNABLE TO BUCK DOMINANT WOLVES

File photo for illustration EASTVALE:  The boys from King are riding high right now, sporting a perfect 3-0 record in the Big 8 League and looking strong with a 4-0 shutout over the Mustangs from Roosevelt on Wednesday. The score continued a trend for King’s defense, as the defensive team has yet to allow a point

BOYS SOCCER FALLS TO POLY IN TILSON TOURNEY

For a side that had won its last seven games, many by large margins, Riverside Poly boys soccer team came out “a little deer-in-the-headlights for a semifinal,” Bears coach Alex Figueroa said. Poly missed an early penalty kick and played to a 2-2 second-half draw before edging Riverside King, 5-4, in a semifinal shootout at

BOYS SOCCER ADVANCES THROUGH TILSON TOURNEY

King played in the Tom Tilson Tournament at Poly High School over the weekend and won both games they played Saturday. The Wolves shut out Rialto 4-0 and nipped Palm Desert 2-1. Their victories will advance them to the quarterfinals this coming Saturday at 8:00 AM against Fontana High. Mason Mapes, Jesus Silva, Leo Perez,

WOLVES CAN’T BUY A POINT

TEMECULA:  The King Wolves traveled to Temecula to take on the Wolfpack of Great Oak High School and collectively both squads couldn’t score, ending in a 0-0 tie. “We couldn’t buy a goal” said head coach Todd Mapes. In the course of the game, his players had two great opportunities to take the go-ahead goal, “but

KING TAKES TOP RANKED ARLINGTON TO THE BRINK

RIVERSIDE: After enjoying a team dinner the night before around bowls of spaghetti, the King boys soccer team traveled on Tuesday  down Van Buren Blvd to Arlington High School, home of the 4th-ranked soccer team in California. Perhaps it was the dinner, or maybe their “team chemistry” as senior Conrad Beatty describes it, but King played

BOYS SOCCER TAKES DOWN UPLAND

In non-league action over the weekend, the boys soccer team defeated Upland High School.  The Wolves took an early lead 2-0 in the first 10 minutes. Osvaldo Padilla scored 3 minutes in the game with an assist from Jack Clarke.  Roberto Galindo scored in the 10th minute as Leo Perez fed him the ball. Upland tied the

BEST GAME SO FAR A NEAR BLOW OUT

KING HIGH: The boys soccer team faced off against Rialto High on Wednesday, but one could add they were also against the winds of Santa Ana.  With 25 mile per hour gusts across the field of play and all of Southern California, the weather created as much of an opponent as Rialto did. “The players

A PLAYOFF ATMOSPHERE TO OPEN THE 2017 SEASON

KING HIGH: After their 2016 league title, the boys soccer team got the 2017 campaign in a non-league match against Redlands East Valley (REV) on Thursday, November 30.  It was, actually, the first game of the year for both schools. REV is one of the Inland Empire’s better program has been in the CIF finals

PROFILES IN CHARACTER – MASON MAPES

Mason Mapes exemplifies what PEAK is all about.  Mason is a three sport varsity Letterman at King, while maintaining over a 4.0 GPA.  Mason puts his teammates first and will do anything to help the team be successful. He is a quiet leader which his teammates respect.  Mason is very coachable and always wants to

WINTER SPORTS MEETING TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 14

All parents and athletes of each winter sport are asked to attend an informational meeting on Tuesday, November 14. The meeting will be held in the gym starting at 6:30 pm. A short presentation by the Athletic Director will be followed by break-out sessions by each sport and their head coach.