M L King Girls Varsity Tennis

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TIGERS TAKE THE WOLVES BY THE TAIL, SUFFER THE INEVITABLE

When taking on a program like what the girls tennis team has been for twenty years, opponents must feel some degree of trepidation just stepping on the court. You know, like here comes trouble. When you can count the number of defeats King has suffered in 20 years on less than two hands, schools know

KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON

RIVERSIDE:  Rivalries are great if they produce close, tight and spirited contests.  If the score is lopsided, as it was yesterday for the Wolves girls tennis team who dispatched the Poly Bears by a score of 15-3, one might be tempted to dismiss the “rivalry” and reclassify it as just another match. But rivalries, despite

TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS, TENNIS WINS PETE BROWN TOURNEY

King Tennis had an amazing weekend as they dominated at the 2019 Pete Brown “First Serve Girls High School Team Tournament. Match play began against Rosemead, where singles players, Katie Lucius, Samantha Quezada, and Bella Doup -Connor and doubles teams of Jaslyn Gines/Hyunjin Rheem, Seeta Patel/Thais Olvera, and Jenny Noh/Erica Zomalt all took care of

NEWBIES IN THE LINE UP ARE GROWING UP, AND WINNING

RIVERSIDE:  Presiding on their home courts, King Varsity Tennis pulled off an 11-7 victory over Division 1, Los Osos Thursday. Katie Lucius led the charge in singles with a 3-0 sweep.  Samantha Quezada and Bella Doup-Conner each added 2 additional wins to the team score.  In doubles, Jaslyn Gines with partner Erica Zomalt and Seeta Patel

IT WAS A TEAM LOSS, WHICH MAY BE A WIN

King’s highly successful tennis team has done a lot of winning over the decades and not much losing.  Coach Gagnon would be quick to say that stack of victories has always been the result of good teams, playing and winning as a team. So what do you say when the team suffers a rare loss?

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – KATIE LUCIUS

Katie has been a consistent representation of the PEAK principles throughout her tennis career representing the Lady Wolves on the King tennis courts.  She models the attributes of a successful student-athlete but more importantly she consistently displays outstanding character through both favorable and challenging times, the “ups and downs”, and the wins and losses. As

WOLVES SEPARATE THEMSELVES FROM THE PACK

RIVERSIDE:  King High and Temecula Great Oak have a lot in common.  Great academics, strong community support, great athletics, even the schools’ colors and mascot are the same. But the schools’ tennis teams were decidedly unlike one another on Thursday, as King’s Wolves defeated Great Oak’s Wolf Pack by a score of 15-3. Again, the Doubles teams

LADY WOLVES SHUT OUT VISTA MURRIETA

RIVERSIDE:  With an 18-0 shut out over Vista Murrieta, the Lady Wolves had a brilliant afternoon of tennis on their home courts. The Doubles play was especially sharp.   Jaslyn Gines/Hyunjin Rheem; Seeta Patel/Thais Olvera and the team of Jenny Noh/Erica Zomalt all had clean sweeps. In Singles, Katie Lucius, Samantha Quezada and Bella Doup-Connor also swept and

TENNIS OPENS BY WINNING A MARATHON

RIVERSIDE:  The most successful program in King High’s 20 year history, by far, is the girls tennis program led by Coach Becky Gagnon.  Her program has missed winning the league title only once in those two decades. Throw in multiple deep cuts into the CIF rounds – all with girls who learn the sport under

FALL SPORTS PARENT MEETING COMING AUGUST 21

Parents and athletes who are part of a Fall Sport are asked to be present at the annual meeting for all involved. It will start at 6:00 PM in the gym and then breakout sessions with your sport will take place following