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May25, 2020

Lady Mustangs start CCS playoffs tonight

The King City Lady Mustang volleyball team will begin the Central Coast Section Division IV Playoffs on the road tonight at Gunderson High School.

Trio qualifies for CCS finals

A trio of track and field athletes from Soledad, King City and Gonzales will represent their high schools and South County at Friday’s Central Coast Section Track and Field Championships at Gilroy High School.

Lady Bruins tie with Puma

In a battle for first place in the Mission Trail Athletic League, the Greenfield Lady Bruin soccer gained half a game on front running Pacific Collegiate as the teams finished in a 1-1 tie in last Thursday’s game in Greenfield.

7 on 7 league begins

The seven on seven passing league for South County high school football teams start today at 5 pm at Soledad High School.

King City girls defeat Stevenson, 8-5

Julie Arreola hit a double and a triple with four runs batted in to lead the King City Lady Mustangs to an 8-5 win over the host Robert Louis Stevenson Pirates last Tuesday in Pebble Beach.

Rain shortens game week for Mustangs, Aztecs

A shortened week due to rain forced the King City Mustang baseball team to play just one game last week and the Soledad Aztec baseball to play a doubleheader against Trinity Christian.

Mustang boys win track team title

King City senior distance runner Roman Munoz scored 30 points in three events to lead the Mustang to a fifth straight Mission Trail Athletic League championship on Saturday at Pacific Grove High School.

Greenfield Bruins win battle of bears

An early miscue for a touchdown was quickly forgotten on Saturday as the Greenfield High Bruins outscored the Pajaro Valley Grizzlies 48-0 the rest of the way in a 48-6 season-opener at Cabrillo College in Aptos.

Mustangs end season with potluck

A successful season was celebrated by the King City High baseball program with potluck and awards ceremony two weeks ago in the school cafeteria.

Aztecs end season with wins

Despite finishing with a league mark of 8-6 an overall record of 17-10, the Soledad High Lady Aztecs were unable to secure a Central Coast Section playoff berth.