Martin Luther King Girls Varsity Soccer

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PATIENCE IS PRACTICED, WIN SECURED, SHARKS AWAIT

April 13, 2021 RIVERSIDE:   King hosted Norco for a league game that saw scoring in the 17th minute on a corner kick from Senior Kylie Tusant that Freshmen Brianna Nesser was able to convert for the only score of the half. While King had many early scoring opportunities, they were unable to take advantage of

5-0 MAKES THEM 6-0

April 8, 2021 CORONA:  King ladies soccer defeated Corona in a road league game 5-0.  The scoring started in the 5th minute with a penalty kick awarded to King due to a handball in the box. Junior Kaylee Hauck converted her kick to give King a 1-0 lead. Then in the 15th minute, King was

OUTSHOT BUT NOT OUTSCORED; KING WINS THRILLER OVER ROOSEVELT

April 6, 2021 EASTVALE:  Eleanor Roosevelt High School fields quality athletic teams across the board and their girls soccer program is no exception. King coach Dave Smith knew that … so too did his players … as they drove north on the 15 and prepared to do battle. And battle they did. The two squads

SHUTOUTS ARE KING’S THING SO FAR THIS SEASON

April 1, 2021 RIVERSIDE:  The Huskies of Centennial – always a tough Big 8 league matchup – came to town Thursday night and they found a MLK team hungry and waiting. The scoring came relatively quickly, in the 17th minutes, when Kaylee Hauck received a crisp pass from Kyra Murphy.  Hauck beat her defender and

YOUTH IS SERVED IN WIN OVER CITRUS VALLEY

March 29, 2021 REDLANDS:  King’s girls soccer battled to a very hard fought 2-0 victory over the host, Citrus Valley on Monday. The game was tied 0-0 at half and looked headed to finish that way until the 57th minute when a throw in to 9th grader Brianna Nesser allowed her to collect and take a

PROFILES IN CHARACTER – KYLIE TOUSANT

Written by Coach Dave Smith Kylie is a senior captain of the girls soccer team. She has been on varsity for 4 years. She is a great leader and mentor to the younger players on the team. In addition to playing soccer, she volunteers at a youth camp and teaches soccer to them. She also

THE SWEET TASTE OF VICTORY IN THE POLY-KING RIVALRY

March 18, 2021 RIVERSIDE:  Cross town rivalries, it can be argued, are the best part of a team’s season. CIF and League Championships aside, a long held tradition of competing against a quality school within the borders of one’s city are an especially sweet and competitive moment to savor. It is all the tastier if

HAUCK HANGS A HIGH FIVE IN OPENING ROUT

March 16, 2021 RIVERSIDE:  Kaylee Hauck (Jr) decided that on the first game back after the lengthy time of quarantine that she’d make up for lost time. In an 11-0 take down of Hillcrest High in western Riverside, Hauck scored 5 of the Wolves 11. “We started off well with a couple of early goals

FOOTBALL AND OTHER OUTDOOR SPORTS GIVEN A GREEN LIGHT

By ERIC-PAUL JOHNSON | ejohnson@scng.com | The Press-Enterprise PUBLISHED: March 2, 2021 at 10:01 a.m. | UPDATED: March 2, 2021 at 8:39 p.m. Riverside County’s coronavirus adjusted case rate dropped for the seventh consecutive week, and the county now meets the threshold for football and other outdoor contact sports to resume competitions. In December, the California Department of Public Health released its

CALIFORNIA MAKES IT EASIER FOR SPORTS TO RETURN TO COMPETITION

By DAN ALBANO | dalbano@scng.com and FRED ROBLEDO | frobledo@scng.com | Orange County Register PUBLISHED: February 19, 2021 at 9:45 a.m. | UPDATED: February 19, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. The California Department of Public Health made significant updates to its guidelines for youth and high school sports on Friday, paving the way for counties and school districts to start planning for multiple sports in the coming