Christopher High School running back Tyler Davis ran for 226 yards and four touchdowns in the Cougars 28-0 non-league win against the King City Mustangs on Friday at War Memorial Stadium.
Two of the younger members of the King City and San Ardo Boxing Clubs traveled to Merced on Saturday to fight at the Mexican Independence Day Boxing Show that was hosted by the Haro Brothers Boxing Club.
Two big plays in the first half sparked the King City Mustang football team to a 34-0 victory over the host Greenfield Bruins on Friday night in Greenfield. The game was the season opener for King City, while the Bruins lost their second straight non-league game.
The King City Lady Mustang volleyball team swept the visiting North Salinas Vikings 3-0 last week at home Aug. 28. King City beat their foes from Salinas, 25-21, 25-22 and 25-19.
Grace Shepherd had 17 kills and five blocks as the King City Lady Mustang volleyball swept host Alisal High — 25-20, 29-27 and 25-14 — last Thursday night at the Trojan gym in Salinas. The game was the first non-league of the season for King City.
In the final tune-up before the start of non-league play, South County high school football teams took the field last Friday at the South County Jamboree, hosted by Soledad High School at the Gene Martin Stadium.
The King City High Lady Mustang and Lady Bronco volleyball team got a chance test themselves against league opponents last Saturday as they participated in the Gabilan Division varsity and junior varsity jamborees at Salinas and Hollister. King City is now a member of the Pacific Coast Athletic League’s Gabilan Division.
The South Valley Stealth (SVS) Softball program completed the summer season with great results and great community support.
Weeks of training will be put to the test on Friday as football teams from King City, Greenfield, Gonzales and host Soledad High suit up for the South County Jamboree.
Seven South County runners were among the top placers at Saturday’s Salinas Valley Half Marathon and 5K.