M L King Boys Varsity Tennis

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WHAT BLOOMS WHEN SPRING IS CANCELLED

Written by Brad Peters Nothing is guaranteed. Those three words have likely been uttered, stated, shouted or declared by every coach in every sport more times than they could count. It’s a reality in sports.  Injuries play no favorites, every athlete is susceptible.  No win is final until the buzzer. No race is won until you’ve crossed

FIRST STEP TOWARD SIXTH TITLE HOPES

King opened up Big VIII play with a big win over Roosevelt.  In a season in which “title defense” is on their minds, if not “dynasty” this was a good start. Singles players Gavin Henry and Brendan Provance as well as Doubles team James Kim and Aditiya Desai swept the Mustangs. Along with the sweeps other

WOLVES PLAY WELL AGAINST WOLFPACK BUT FALL IN THE END

Boys Tennis had a tough test against Great Oak on Tuesday afternoon. Strong play by King singles players Austin Harvill and Gavin Henry netted 4 tough earned sets for the Wolves and they just missed out on 3 sets each by a break to Great Oaks #1 player. Unfortunately in doubles the Wolves struggled to execute

TENNIS SHUTS OUT CHAPARRAL

Written by Shaun Harris TEMECULA:  The boys tennis team traveled Friday to play against Chaparral High School. The Wolves started out strong and didn’t look back and headed back home with a 18-0 result. With the senior captain, Ishan Modi, out at a DECA conference, it fell on Junior captain James Kim to lead the

EARLY SEASON MATCH SETS HOPEFUL STAGE FOR THE FUTURE

RIVERSIDE: King’s boys tennis team matched up against Los Osos High School at home on Wednesday. The Wolves came out strong against a very good Los Osos squad to set the tone of the match with a 4-2 1st round. The 2nd round had some tough breaks that went the Bears’ way and was split 3-3

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – ISHAN MODI

Ishan is a four year Varsity Tennis player. As a player his has competed at the highest levels including Team and Individual CIF and nominated to the Big VIII All League Team the past two seasons. His leadership as Captain has shown his maturity and care for his teammates. This is consistent with his high academic standing

RASH, SJOERDSMA ARE THE 2019 ATHLETES OF THE YEAR

The Athletes of the Year for the King High Athletic Program are Morgan Sjoerdsma and Reyte Rash.   SHE’S GONNA NEED A NEW GOLF BAG Morgan Sjoerdsma has spent almost her whole life golfing.  She first picked up a club at four years old.  You read that right … four. Lucinda Brewer, King High’s former softball

TIE BREAKERS MAKE THE DIFFERENCE IN CIF LOSS TO RANCHO CUCAMONGA

King played Rancho Cucamonga  Friday in 2nd round CIF action. The teams were very evenly matched overall so both sides knew that the close ones were going to make the difference. Rancho took the 2 tie breaks on the day, which lead to the loss for the Wolves at 8-10. King grabbed 5 sets in doubles

NO MODI, NO PROBLEM AS TENNIS WINS ROUND 1

Coach Shaun Harris‘ undefeated Big 8 League champion tennis squad opened up CIF action on Wednesday against South Torrance High School. They didn’t know what they were getting into. “Without much knowledge of our opponents strengths we went into the match prepared to just do our best” said Harris. To make matters even more challenging,

BOYS TENNIS NETS NUMEROUS LEAGUE AWARDS

RIVERSIDE:  Last Thursday, the boys’ tennis team had to weather each other and a short spell of warm weather in the Big 8 Finals.  In an odd match up of ranked players, at times in this sport, players from the same school face off for individual honors. “They represented each other and King High really