Martin Luther King Girls Varsity Golf

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LARA, GOUISIKUL LEAD THE WAY TO WIN OVER SANTIAGO

April 12, 2021 RIVERSIDE:  The Sharks of Santiago came to the General Old course in Riverside on Monday for a round of Girls Golf in what was a beautiful Spring day. For the host, Martin Luther King High, the day was even more beautiful with a 20 point victory, 230-250. Jennifer Gouisikul led all scores

GOLF ROLLS THROUGH ROUGH SPOTS TO NOTCH FIRST WIN

April 7, 2021 RIVERSIDE:  The girls golf team began Big 8 league play with a matchup against Norco on King’s home course, General Old GC in Riverside. King won easily by a score of 231-253. In golf, the low score is the winner. Individually, the low scorer on the day was Jennifer Gouisikul (So) who

A FORFEIT BY TEMECULA VALLEY NOT A DETERRENT TO KING

March 30, 2021 TEMECULA:  As the boys’ team did on Monday, the girls golf team traveled to Temecula to take on Temecula Valley High School (TV) at the Legends Golf Club.Unlike the boys team, which lost to the Golden Bears, the girls found an incomplete TV squad which would lead to the forfeit. But the

PROFILES IN CHARACER – JENNIFER GOUISIKUL

Written by Coach Moorman Jennifer Gouisikul , King girls Top Golfer, is the perfect choice for Character Counts. She leads by example. A soft-spoken student athlete carries a GPA of 4.3 in the classroom and a low scoring average on the course. As a Freshman, she led  the 2019 team to the CIF Team Regional

SJOERDSMA, GOUSIKUL SELECTED TO SECOND-TEAM ALL AREA GOLF TEAM

Congratulations are in order to Chandler Sjoerdsma and Jennifer Gouisikul for their selection to the 2nd team All-Area Girls Golf Team. There are a lot of exceptional players in the Inland empire and it is quite the honor to be selected to the All-Area Team. “Chandler has had an excellent career at King compiling many records and

HOW SPORTS IMPACTS THE LIVES OF GIRLS AND WOMEN LONG AFTER THEIR PLAYING DAYS ARE DONE

Written By Esteban Bustillos for wgbh.org December 9, 2019 The old adage that sports builds character, mental toughness, teamwork and other intangibles that will last a lifetime appears to be especially true for girls and women. Team sports offer lessons to girls that they often don’t get elsewhere, experts say. And research shows experience in sports is

MONDAY NIGHT IS NCAA NIGHT

The King High Athletic Department is holding an information meeting for all student-athletes who are interested in, planning on, or thinking about competing at the collegiate level. All Sophomores through Seniors are encourage to attend Click here for more information

SEASON ENDS WITH A GOOD ROUND

King Girls finished their season on Tuesday at the CIF Team Regional Golf Tournament finishing 14th out of 23 teams. King was missing one of their best, Chandler Sjoerdsma, who was out ill.  Still the team played well. “I was very happy the way the girls recovered from some bad holes. Everyone had moments of

GOUSIKUL BOWS OUT OF CIF INDIVIDUALS, WILL LEAD TEAM NEXT WEEK

At the CIF Individual qualifier tournament, King had a lone athlete competing.  Jennifer Gousikul qualified after putting together an outstanding season in this, her freshman year. Jennifer was the only golfer from King and 1 of 5 from the Big VIII.   Unfortunately, she had a rough outing, leaving the Karen Kim of Roosevelt the only Big VIII player