M L King Boys Varsity Tennis

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LOOKING FOR THE BACK DOOR TO SUCCESS

RIVERSIDE:  Success in sports can come in a variety of forms; it isn’t confined to a singular path as if there is just one way to get there. Sometimes, there’s another way to success and sometimes it’s by exposing oneself to what success really, really looks like.  Sometimes success can be found by looking at it, playing

SPORTSMANSHIP IS THE STORYLINE IN NORCO MATCH

RIVERSIDE:  Sadly, at times, blowout wins by a team give rise to arrogance and showboating.  A lopsided score can give one a lopsided sense of one’s talent. Yesterday was an 18-0 win by the boys tennis team against Norco High School, but it was also graciously an opportunity for both King and Norco to display great

KING RIDES THE MUSTANGS TO A SECOND ROUND WIN

The boys tennis team started 2nd round Big VIII action yesterday against the Roosevelt Mustangs. It was a challenge for King, especially on the doubles side of the competition. “We saw very competitive doubles teams that allowed our guys to challenge themselves winning 6 of the 9 sets” said head coach Shaun Harris. But the Singles

KING GETS THE “W” DESPITE THE “L”

RIVERSIDE:  On their home courts, the King High boys tennis team played a very competitive match against Yorba Linda on Thursday. Coach Harris had been looking forward to it.  “As a coach I look forward to this match as it is a gauge on how well prepared we are for CIF next month” he said.

AN ANTHEM OF HOPE IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH

51 years ago today in Memphis, a shot rang out, it’s report echoing off the walls of downtown.  The bullet found its intended mark; a silver retort to the message and the messenger. Martin Luther King fell backward, splayed on the second floor balcony of the Lorraine Motel.  A teal blue door to room 306

DOG FIGHT NEVER MATERIALIZES

King and North have had some sweet and competitive contests in a hosts of sports over the years, but on Tuesday, the boys tennis teams matched up and, well, it wasn’t quite the competitive contest one would hope for. The King  Wolves nearly swept the entire match, closing out singles play 9-0.  The Huskies avoided

KING OVERCOMES WIND, CENTENNIAL

CORONA:  On a windy Thursday afternoon, an obstacle to tennis all by itself, King took on another obstacle, Centennial on their home courts.  King overcome the challenges, winning 15-3, and losing 2 games only to the Huskies’ number 3 singles and one from King’s sub-doubles match. King’s standout on the afternoon was Austin Harvill, as he beat Centennial’s best player,

HOME COURT AND KING ENJOYS HUGE ADVANTAGE

RIVERSIDE:   Coach Harris’ tennis team rebounded from their loss to Santa Margarita with an overwhelming win in league, defeating Corona 18-0 on King’s home court. While Corona High wasn’t at the same level of talent as some of King’s recent opponents, the win was a win and something King was pleased to have. King didn’t

SLOW START ENDS IN 6-12 DEFEAT TO SANTA MARGARITA

On Friday, tennis played a non-league match against the Orange County school from Santa Margarita. King had a rough start to the match and despite a slow recovery, by the third set the deficit was too much to overcome and King dropped the match, 6-12, Jaeson Kim dominated in singles matches, but one man does

TENNIS MAKING PROGRESS EVEN IN LOPSIDED WIN

Tennis was on the road on Tuesday, playing the Cougars at Norco High School. Both teams demonstrated excellent sportsmanship, even (or especially) as King  won big, 17-1. The Wolves swept in doubles and Brendan Provance won his singles set against the number one player from Norco without losing a single point.  “We showed great sportsmanship