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July 3, 2022

LITTLE BIG WIN

Clay Barbree and Cedrick Perez combined to score five touchdowns as the King City Mustangs beat the visiting Gonzales Spartans 33-12 in the Little Big Game on Friday at War Memorial Stadium.

Lady Mustangs score wins in league

The King City Lady Mustangs won on the road and at home to start the Mission Trail Athletic League with a 2-0 record and improved to 9-0 overall.

Bravo to enter KC Hall of Fame on Friday

King City class of 1987 graduate Ramon Bravo will enter the King City High School Hall of Fame this Friday night at War Memorial Stadium.

Runners compete at Earlybird Invitational

Cross country runners from Gonzales, Greenfield, and King City joined over 70 teams and 2000 plus runners at the Earlybird Invitational Cross Country Meet.

Boxers march in El Grito parade

The San Ardo and King City Boxing Clubs took part in the El Grito de Independencia Parade on Sunday in King City.

South County teams run at invitational

The Greenfield High varsity boys cross country team placed third in their division at the Chieftain-Spirit Classic Invitational on Saturday at Toro Regional Park in Salinas. The meet featured over 700 runners competed in three divisions for the boys and girls.

KC volleyball places at Watsonville

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.

Turnovers cost Mustangs in loss to Seaside

The host Seaside High Spartans capitalized on turnovers to defeat the King City Mustangs 44-19 on Friday night in Seaside.

Bruins, Aztec runners place at Hollister

The Greenfield High School and Soledad High School cross country teams came home with team awards and medals for their participation at the Third Annual Dry River Run at Hollister.

Aztecs fall to Panthers

A 35-14 loss to the ranked Antioch Panthers did not dampen the spirits of the Soledad Aztec football as they fell to 0-2 at the start on non-league play.
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