Leads of five to 12 points kept disappearing on the host King City Mustangs in their 59-58 win against Greenfield on Feb. 14.
A long awaited grand opening will take place this Friday at the King City Recreation Center on 401 Division St. as the King City Boxing Club will unveil its new boxing gym from 5 to 7 p.m.
The size and speed of the Oakwood Hawks was too much for the host King City boys basketball team to overcome, as they lost 74-53 on Feb. 6 to the Morgan Hill based team.
Mustang soccer great and 1987 King City graduate Ramon Bravo was selected by the King City High School Athletic Hall of Fame Committee last week. Bravo was an outstanding soccer player for the Mustangs.
The King City High varsity boys basketball team began the non-league schedule with a pair of wins to start the season at 2-0. King City beat South County rival Gonzales High 56-48 at home in overtime, and cruised by visiting Coast Union, 35-15.
Adrian Lopez of Soledad was named last week to the Cal-Hi Sports All-State small school second team as a pitcher.
Fourteen alumni players showed up at the King City High gym last Friday night to challenge the Mustang varsity team for bragging rights.
The King City Lady Mustangs placed second in the gold division at Saturday’s Watsonville Volleyball Tournament, falling in the championship game to Mountain View.
Members of the San Ardo Boxing Club are currently in training to compete at the Battle Royale Boxing show that will take place in Oakland on Saturday, July 29.
King City graduate Megan Flores and Soledad High graduate Aaron Rodriguez were chosen by the Monterey County Herald as its 2017-2018 Athletes of the Year.