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THUS ENDS THE REIGN OF THE QUEEN OF KING

The stellar career and season for senior golfer Morgan Sjoerdsma ended on Thursday.  It concluded a four year campaign that had hints of King High Hall of Famer Nicole Smith’s career from 13 years ago. The final round of golf for the great ambassador of all that is good about King and PEAK athletics came at

DRAMATIC FINAL PUTT GETS MORGAN SJOERDSMA TO THE NEXT ROUND

OXNARD: Not since King High Hall of Fame inductee, Nicole Smith (2005) has a Lady Wolf advanced beyond the 2nd round of the CIF Individual Championships.  Morgan Sjoerdsma achieved that feat today when she fired a 76 at a very difficult River Ridge golf course in Oxnard, CA. She finished tied for 20th. But that

WOLVES BOW OUT AT REGIONALS, FINISH IN 7TH

JURUPA HILLS:  Finishing 7th out of 22 high quality teams is not usually the equivalent of a bad day, but the high finish wasn’t high enough and the girls golf team failed to advance past the CIF Regionals. “The team hoped to finish in the top three but 7th out of 22 top regional teams

THE QUEEN OF KING NOW SEEKING A SECOND CROWN

A few weeks back, Morgan Sjoerdsma was crowned the Homecoming Queen for 2018.  A standout in golf for four years, her senior campaign has been equally exciting and the Queen of King moved on to the CIF Southern Section Individual Finals on Wednesday, after firing a 6 over 78 on a very difficult Western Hills

FOUR ALL LEAGUE HONORS DESPITE PUTTING PROBLEMS

File photo for illustration At the Big 8 Golf Finals, King’s girls golf experienced a difficult day putting at the Big VIII finals and it cost them some potential plums. “The entire team suffered greatly on the greens” said Coach Moorman. Indeed, poor putting cost the Sjoerdsma sisters the championship title and Hailey Higginbotham and

STELLAR PLAY DEFIES THE WIND

CORONA:  The recently crowned Big VIII Champs from King High continued their stellar play at the League Tournament Prelims on a very difficult Eagle Glen course on Monday.  Wind gusts approaching 35 mph played havoc with the shots, but the ladies persevered nicely. The top 16 golfers and any ties move on to the Finals,

SJOERDSMA LEADS KING TO THE CROWN

In this, the 20th season of King High’s athletic history, 142 teams have earned a league title across four different leagues: Arrowhead, Sunkist, Ivy and now the Big 8.After another victory, this time over Santiago 215-249 and Coach Moorman’s 100th of his career leading the Wolves, the girls golf team moved the tally to 143

GOLF SAYS HELLO AND GOODBYE

RIVERSIDE:  One of the truisms about high school is that it goes by quite quickly.  Freshmen arrive and then (blink) they’re seniors and saying goodbye. Coach Moorman’s highly successful golf squad had that kind of feeling yesterday as they said goodbye to Morgan Sjoerdsma and Hailey Higginbothom, both of whom played their final round of

ALL HAIL THE NEW LEADER!

In a season in which the girls’ golf team has dominated their opponents, sporting an almost perfect 12-1 record overall, the story line has been written primarily by the strong play of the Sjoerdsma sisters, Morgan and Chandler. But Hailey Higginbothem has had a terrific last seven days of competition and is making a claim

HIGGINBOTHAM LEADS THE WAY TO UNBELIEVABLE

Hailey Higginbotham led the way to the unbelievable.  Sometimes when a player who isn’t “supposed” to be lights-out in their game but are, it inspires everyone else to take it up a notch. Hailey’s 37 – just one stroke shy of the match lead – was that inspiration the Lady Wolves needed to drop a