M L King Girls Varsity Soccer

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  • Conference Record: 0 - 2
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A BATTLE OF WILLS ENDS IN A DRAW

Photo for illustration RIVERSIDE:  The Wolves continued BIG VIII league play home against Roosevelt on Wednesday. The Mustangs came out the gate with fire and fury. Size, speed, and soccer ability had both coaches and players on their heels. Roosevelt took advantage by creating a dangerous attack, putting the ball in the back of the net

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – GRACE ROBERTS

When you take over a program, you do not know what you are walking into or the type of players who come to represent your teams. The first face, Grace Roberts, Junior. Grace is an exceptional person and athlete. She became the face of our program because she bought in day-1, committing herself to doing

WOLVES SHUT OUT 3-0 BY 3RD-RANKED SANTIAGO

Written by Jamianne Brewer. Photo by Nicole Skaggs Santiago is a great program and has shown what our coaches strive to create at King. Santiago is a fun team to watch play and knock the ball around. Santiago is a team that will find a way to win. The program at Santiago keeps getting stronger

WEAKNESSES EXPOSED AGAINST VISTA MURRIETA

Photo for Illustration Written by Jaimianne Brewer RIVERSIDE:  MLK Girls Soccer faced off against Vista Murrieta at home on Tuesday Night. Vista Murrieta is coming off a trip last season to the CIF Division 2 semifinals as well as a semifinalist in the Southern California Regional Tournament. This was our first big test of where

SOCCER BATTLES TO SEMI-FINALS IN ALISO CUP

Girls Soccer advanced to the semi-finals against Orange Lutheran in the Aliso Cup Tournament and played in Orange County on Saturday. Unfortunately, the ball didn’t bounce their way and they fell 2-0. Two defensive mistakes, two goals. When you play great teams, they finish their set pieces and corners. The Lady Wolves gave up 3

A TALE OF TWO TEAMS AND TWO HALVES

In non-league soccer action yesterday, the girls soccer team opened up the 2017 season. It was, by the end a tale of two different teams and two different halves. After going down 2-0 at halftime to powerhouse Troy in home opener, the team learned that attitude, effort, and heart is what champions are made of. A

SOCCER GAMES CANCELLED DUE TO WILD FIRES

BREAKING: The girls’ soccer games scheduled to be played against Moorpark HS in Ventura have been cancelled today due to the fires in the area.

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.

ALUMNI RECONNECT – TAYLER FLEMING

This is the sixth installment of our periodic feature of King High alums who excelled in sports while at King and have now gone on to compete at the collegiate level. Our goal is to inspire the current student-athletes at King to work hard, see the possibilities that are out there and advance to the collegiate

POSITIVE ENDING TO 2017 SEASON

RIVERSIDE:  The girls’ soccer team ended their season on a positive note against the Huskies of Centennial.  After a somewhat emotional pregame meeting with the seniors where they received video messages from their family members, the team stepped onto the field determined to get a result in their final home match. King started pressing the attack and certainly looked as