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PROFILE IN CHARACTER – KATIE LUCIUS

Katie Lucius is another fine representative for King High School Character Counts.  She has and continues to reflect the virtues of good sportsmanship and integrity as she competes at a high level of tennis competition.  Katie sets an example of great character as she participates in practice and match play.  She is a team leader

STEPPING OUT, TENNIS STEPS UP AND OVER CORONA

CORONA:  Another over-matched opponent — this time it was Corona High School — allowed the King tennis program to quickly sub in those who normally don’t start and give the starters a chance to “tutor” from the sidelines. Thus is the reality when another match is won by a large margin.  King won 15-3. “We

A 1-2 PUNCH FOR KING IN BIG 8 COMPETITION

RIVERSIDE:  It was three years ago to the day that the boys varsity team from King was able to win a Big 8 league race, besting the other five schools.  On the same course as that day in 2015, history repeated itself on Wednesday at Andulka Park as the boys varsity team led by Garrett

SJOERDSMA LEADS KING TO THE CROWN

In this, the 20th season of King High’s athletic history, 142 teams have earned a league title across four different leagues: Arrowhead, Sunkist, Ivy and now the Big 8.After another victory, this time over Santiago 215-249 and Coach Moorman’s 100th of his career leading the Wolves, the girls golf team moved the tally to 143

SHARKS ATTACK LATE, TEAR THE TITLE FROM KING

File photo by Jeff Edwards for illustration. CORONA:  Tuesday was the last BIG VIII league game and a league Championship was on the line for the Lady Wolves and Santiago.  As a result,  the atmosphere was buzzing, the stands were packed and both team came ready to compete. King was looking to break Santiago’s  winning streak of

MUDDLING THROUGH, TENNIS GETS THE WIN

EASTVALE:  The Lady Wolves traveled to Eleanor Roosevelt on Tuesday and “managed” to win, 17-1. “The team played well, but it seemed like we were a bit muddling through.  They found a way to win” Coach Gagnon said, after watching another lopsided victory for her squad that challenged the players more on the mental side,

GOLF SAYS HELLO AND GOODBYE

RIVERSIDE:  One of the truisms about high school is that it goes by quite quickly.  Freshmen arrive and then (blink) they’re seniors and saying goodbye. Coach Moorman’s highly successful golf squad had that kind of feeling yesterday as they said goodbye to Morgan Sjoerdsma and Hailey Higginbothom, both of whom played their final round of

ALL HAIL THE NEW LEADER!

In a season in which the girls’ golf team has dominated their opponents, sporting an almost perfect 12-1 record overall, the story line has been written primarily by the strong play of the Sjoerdsma sisters, Morgan and Chandler. But Hailey Higginbothem has had a terrific last seven days of competition and is making a claim

TENNIS NOW PLAYING MIND GAMES

RIVERSIDE:  King tennis took on Norco last Friday and swept the match easily, winning 18-0.  But the win wasn’t half the story. The starters for the Wolves played with intentionality and were effective and focused despite an opponent they knew going in was not going to put up much of a challenge. They got ahead

SPORTS PHYSICALS ON CAMPUS CHANGED TO OCT 24

The Athletics Physical Clinic originally scheduled for October 17th HAS BEEN CHANGED due to parent/teacher conferences TO October 24th at 2:00 pm, in Room H110. Athletic Clearance packets are available in the Athletics office A224. The physicals will cost $20, cash only please. This is the last time that all student athletes playing winter sports