M L King Girls Varsity Volleyball

  • Overall Record: 12 - 9
  • Conference Record: 7 - 2

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STUDENT-ATHLETES MAKE THEIR COLLEGE CHOICES OFFICIAL

Congratulations to the following student athletes who signed their official “Letter of Intent” to compete at their college of choice. Shalexxus Aaron – Girls Basketball – USC Sante Grossi – Baseball – The United States Naval Academy Mikaela Grove – Volleyball – UCR Sarah Hein – Volleyball – Cal Lutheran Sam Butler – Golf –

SEASON ENDS WITH STRONG BATTLE AGAINST BECKMAN

RIVERSIDE:  The girls volleyball team ended it’s season a bit premature than the ending they envisioned when they first suited up back in August, but it wasn’t for lack of effort. On their home court and against a very good Beckman High team, the girls lost by the scores: 25-22, 27-29, 18-25, 22-25 The season

A WIN AND NOW A WAIT

CORONA:  Centennial High School played host to the final Big 8 league match for volleyball.  It was the conclusion to a season for King that saw the team go 8-2 with the win that did not prove problematic for the Wolves. “We were able to bring up two JV players to get some playing time

POSELSKI SHINES IN CORONA, LEADING TEAM TO WIN

CORONA: “Leeza Poselski had an amazing night” Coach Lough exclaimed following a straight-set win against the Panthers of Corona.  “She had 23 attempts at the ball and had an amazing night attacking and blocking, leading the whole team with kills and blocks” “It was her best high school match to date” said Lough. As well as she played, the

GIRLS BLOCK CHANCE OF ROOSEVELT WIN

EASTVALE:  The girls’ volleyball team started it’s match against Roosevelt slowly, but soon worked their defense effectively and eventually blocked any hopes Roosevelt had of taking a victory on their home court. It was blocking that actually made the difference, according to Coach Lough.  “We played well, but our blocking and defense picked up and the

TOUGH TOURNEY EXPOSES STRENGTH AND WEAKNESS

SAN DIEGO: The girls volleyball team spent the weekend in “America’s Finest City” (As San Diego self-refers) for the highly competitive Infinity Tournament.  King faced very strong competition, including two schools from Arizona, and finished 1-4 in the rounds.  The games exposed areas of weakness for King, despite an overall “good weekend” as Coach Lough would describe it. “We

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – SARAH HEIN

Sarah Hein is a four-year varsity volleyball player.  She has been a captain for two years, this year being our floor captain which is “the voice of the team”. Because of her athletic abilities and team first attitude, I have asked Sarah to play several different positions on the court and she has always been

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!

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