M L King Girls Varsity Volleyball

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

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KING ALL SMILES AFTER EASY WIN AGAINST CORONA

Photo Credit: Jeff Edwards RIVERSIDE:  The Corona High Panthers came to Riverside and were handed a straight set defeat in which the closest they came to the Ladies from King was 13 points, and that, in the final set. “It was an overall team effort” Coach Sondra Lough remarked.  “The girls played with good energy and

POSELSKI AND GROVE LEAD WAY TO VICTORY

RIVERSIDE:  The volleyball team hosted Roosevelt on Thursday and behind great play by Leeza Poselski  and Mikaela Grove, King had a comfortable margin of victory in all three sets. Poselski had 8 kills on the day, while Grove finished with 13, earning her “Player of the Match” honors.  Sarah Hein continued her fine season with 9 kills and 13 Digs,

FIRED UP, VOLLEYBALL WINS AT NORCO

Photo credits: Jeff Edwards NORCO: “We all came out fired up and ready to play Norco” said senior Libero Monique Mercado after the game. “We played all three sets trusting each other … it was good to come out with a win.” And win they did, bringing their league record to 1-1 and an overall line

POISE IN THE FACE OF ADVERSITY; VOLLEYBALL SHINES

CHINO HILLS:  After coming off a tough loss 48 hours earlier at the hands of the Santiago Sharks, the girls volleyball team rebounded nicely in the Ayala High School tournament. The ladies showed a lot of poise and heart, battling and working on being consistent.  Coach Lough remarked later that she sensed that they were

SARAH HEIN, EMMA THOMPSON LEAD GREAT BATTLE IN LEAGUE

RIVERSIDE:  After a few tough losses mixed with strong play against ranked opponents in the preseason, the girls volleyball team entered Big 8 league action on Thursday with optimism that what Coach Lough has seen in practice would transfer to game day. “We had one of our best practices the day before our match against Santiago” she said.

GIRLS ARE SNAKE BIT BY SERRANO

PHELAN: The challenge of playing on the road was heightened as King traveled to the High Desert to take on the Diamondbacks of Serrano High.  The result was a stinging loss – “a tough one” – Coach Sondra Lough called it. “We are struggling right now to play together with greater intensity when the pressure is

NIGHT HAWKS PESTER WOLVES; SNATCH VICTORY

MURRIETA VALLEY:  After a competitive weekend tournament over the previous weekend, the Lady Wolves volleyball team traveled to Murrieta Valley to take on the Night Hawks on their home course. King started well and was playing strong volleyball, taking the first set.  “We took it quite easily” said senior Mikaela Grove who had 11 kills

LEARNING TO STEP UP IN THE FACE OF CHALLENGE

HUNTINGTON BEACH:   The girls’ volleyball team traveled to the Dave Mohs Tournament held at several schools across Orange County.  They were looking for high level competition over two days, and that is exactly what they found. Making matters a little tougher, the team was shorthanded with one starter missing from the lineup on Friday and three on

WOLVES CLAW BACK TO CONTENTION AGAINST CHAPARRAL

RIVERSIDE:  King High’s gymnasium was the site of volleyball’s first home match and second of the year.  The Pumas of Chaparral High School came to town and served up a quality three sets of competition. King fell behind in the first set by a score of 12-25 but redeemed their day with two hard-fought matches to

LADY WOLVES VOLLEYBALL PICKED TO CONTEND IN I.E.

The Riverside Press Enterprise has picked Coach Sondra Lough’s seasoned squad as one of their “teams to watch” this season in the Inland Empire. From the August 29 edition of the PE, the news outlet wrote: King (16-15): The Wolves will be looking to capture the program’s first Big VIII League championship since 2011, but