M L King Boys Varsity Golf

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7 IS HEAVEN FOR KING IN WIN OVER POLY

In a rivalry unmatched by no one, the Poly Bears and King Wolves teed off in what can only be described as a near blizzard. As the temperature dropped into the low 40’s and the wind howled at gusts over 20 mph the Wolves were able to pull away with a 209-234 victory over the Bears.

HEEERRRREEES JOHNNY! FRESHMAN PHENOM DEBUTS WITH A WIN

King High’s golf program hosted their own tournament and took 5th of 15 teams, shooting a 423. Freshman Johnny Walker won the tournament shooting a 1 under par 71 to become the first King player to win the tournament since it’s inaugural year 12 years ago. “It was a solid start to the season. The

GOLF TRYOUTS SET FOR AUGUST

Boys golf will be meeting at General Old Golf Course on August 1st and August 7th at 3:00 PM for summer camp/tryouts. Cost is 10$ and an RSVP to kleduc@rusd.k12.ca.us would be helpful.  

GOLF CARDS OUT 8TH IN CIF REGIONALS

The 2017 CIF Team Regional Finals was held at Los Serranos South Course (par 74). King shot a 419 good enough for 8th of 19 teams. The Wolves were led by three seniors Sam Butler who shot 79, Michael Higginbotham carded an 80 and Jacob Flaczinski shot 82. It was a difficult course the Wolves. It

BUTLER REPEATS AS GOLF LEAGUE CHAMPION

Written by Kevin LeDuc BEAUMONT:  Sam Butler went wire to wire for a 10 stroke victory at the league finals. Taking a 3 shot lead into the second day of the 36 day tournament he stretched the lead to double digits leading by 8. After reaching 4 under through hole 12 he gave a few

“SENIOR CIRCUIT” ENDS WITH A WIN

RIVERSIDE: In pro golf, there’s a “senior circuit” for older players, but on King’s home course yesterday, it was “Senior Day”, a day to recognize the guys that will leave the program soon.  It was an appropriate day of honor, for it was this group that, in many respects, put King Golf on the map

ALL IS NOT LOST IN WIN OVER CORONA

File Photo CORONA:  “We must have lost 20 balls on the day” Coach LeDuc humorously said. “At one point, we had to go get some more for one of our players.” It was that kind of day as King didn’t play well but still overmatched the Corona Panthers and despite balls lost in the weeds

8 IS ENOUGH IN BIG 8 MATCH

Photos by Terry Pierson, Press Enterprise. For a gallery of Peirson’s work and a story on the match, click here. RIVERSIDE:  “Pay attention to the details” coaches often say, “they add up to big things.” Such could have been the summary of the Big 8 League golf match on Thursday as King took on Santiago

BUTLER SHOOTS A HOLE IN ONE IN WIN OVER CENTENNIAL

CORONA:  The boys golf team took on Centennial and at first the Spring break seemed to affect their game.  The team got off to a rough start and shot 15 over on the first hole alone. But, that rustiness seemed to flake off as they went through the rest of the course and the team rebounded to

JV’s IN VARSITY SHOES HELP BRING KING A WIN

RIVERSIDE: King hosted Corona High on Thursday at General Olds course and out-shot the Panthers 201-244 to improve to 3-1 in league and extend a modest win streak out to three matches. Michael Higginbotham shot a 37 to lead the team to victory, but there’s no place on the score cards to note that it