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New King City High athletic director named

Anthony Velasquez has been selected as the new athletic director for King City High School.

King City FFA hosts 2nd annual Donkey Basketball game

King City High School Future Farmers of America (FFA) Chapter hosted its second annual Donkey Basketball game last Wednesday inside the Mustang Gym, involving several community organizations and the Greenfield High School FFA Chapter for the first time.

Soccer | South County weekly roundup

Soledad Lady Aztec and Greenfield Lady Bruin soccer teams played to ties last week in divisional play, and the King City Lady Mustangs defeated Pacific Collegiate in divisional play.

34th All-Star High School Football Game set for Friday

Toro Bulls Youth Football and Cheer announced the date and head coaches of the 34th Annual Central Coast 2018 All-Star High School Football Game.

Basketball | King City alumni beat Lady Mustangs

King City Lady Mustang basketball team gathered Dec. 29 at the Mustang Gym for a game against a group of alumni players. The Lady Mustangs led for most of the game but were defeated 51-44 by the alumni team.

Basketball | Mustangs and Spartans drop contests

King City High and Gonzales High boys basketball teams began 2019 with losses at home and on the road.

Wrestling | South County wrestlers place at Apple Cider

Led by three weight class winners, the Gonzales High wrestling team placed sixth overall at the Apple Cider Wrestling Tournament on Saturday in Watsonville.

Cross Country | King City Mustang cross country honors runners

King City High School cross country team celebrated a season of accomplishment with an awards night and banquet Nov. 19 at the St. John’s Church Hall.

Cross Country | South County teams compete at State

King City High boys cross country team placed fourth in the Division IV championship race at the California Interscholastic Federation State Meet on Saturday at Woodward Park in Fresno.

Games rescheduled due to smoke

Heavy smoke that has spread from the Camp Fire in Butte County to much of Northern California, the Bay Area and the Tri-county area has forced the rescheduling of many Central Coast Section sporting events.