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IF HE WALKED THESE HALLS

If He Walked These Halls: A Reflection on Martin Luther King Day Written by Brad Peters Swing wide the front doors of King High, enter, and you’ll come face to face with Martin Luther King. Not in person of course, but by way of a large mural that wraps a wall from floor to ceiling.

BASKETBALL PLAYING T-BALL

RIVERSIDE:  In front of their fans, friends and families, the boys of King High put on a clinic in a league game against Norco, winning by a large margin, 64-42. The score looks a bit like the game was a laugher, but in fact, the coaches noted it was the best game they’ve played all

RELENTLESS NORCO CAN ONLY MANAGE A TIE

Photo for illustration purposes CORONA:  Round two of the Big 8 schedule put King girls soccer on the road to Norco High, a team that had beaten the Wolves handily in round one. That early season win by the Cougars was by a score of 3-1, but the home team found an improving King squad

A WORKMANLIKE WIN OVER SANTIAGO

Photo by Myles Hamilton RIVERSIDE: Sometimes pretty things happen in ways that aren’t very pretty.  According to the coaching staff of King’s boys basketball team, that’s how their win Tuesday night over Santiago went down … or looked … or happened.  You pick. Despite solid scoring by Duwan Franklin (11 points), Jacob Tinker (8) and Sean

BOYS SOCCER IS SIZZLING IN THE RAIN

The last two games for Coach Todd Mapes’ soccer team have gone extremely well and has placed King in the driver’s seat of the Big 8 League. On Tuesday, under pouring rain, the Wolves simply ran away from the Sharks of Santiago, winning handily, 4-0. Leo Mendez had a “hat trick” scoring three goals and

KING STAYS ALIVE SWIMMING IN THE SHARK TANK

CORONA:  Playing inside “the Shark Tank” of Santiago High School is never an easy task.  Last night, The Lady Wolves found out why. Don’t misunderstand nor think the final score of 71-57 is the full story.  Coach Jesus Martinez’ squad earned their 20th win on the season, but as the veteran coach said, “it wasn’t

SNATCHING A VICTORY FROM DEFEAT

CORONA:  As has been noted, if the 2018-19 season for ladies’ soccer at King has been about anything, then it has been about putting the past behind and improving.  First year head coach Dave Smith has that happening, though it might not be always present in the scores of the games. But then again, maybe it is.

ON CAMPUS SPORTS PHYSICALS COMING IN FEBRUARY

King is hosting our 2nd Physical Clinic (& likely the last for this school year) on February 13, 2019, starting at 2:00 pm in room H110. Athletes who are practicing, competing, conditioning or training this Spring OR SUMMER of 2019,must have a physical to be in compliance! This is the only physical clinic King HS is hosting

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – DOMINIC PASSALACQUA

DOMINIC PASSALACQUA was picked by his wrestling peers – by a huge margin and with three other quality candidates – but it came as no surprise to the coaching staff.  Dom has weathered injuries, State qualifiers and CIF Finalists dropping down to his weight class a year’s end and numerous other challenges thrown at him,

SOCCER FALLS TO DEFENDING CHAMPS

RIVERSIDE:  Last year’s Big 8 League Champs, Centennial came to King and the rebuilding home team gave them a great challenge but in the end, the Wolves fell, 1-3. King got on the board in just the 9th minute with a goal off of a short corner play.  Brooke Bern assisted on Kaylee Hauck’s goal