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NAJERA’S INJURY CLOUDS OTHERWISE GOOD GAME

Photo for illustration Girls Soccer started three days in three sports of King vs. Poly competition on Thursday.  An otherwise good game was marred by a scary injury to one of King’s stars and captain, Abby Najera.   The Ottawa University (Arizona) bound senior defender suffered a knee injury during the second half and was taken from

A RISE AND FALL AGAINST ROOSEVELT

Written by Harlan Kistler The wrestling team had a frustrating battle against Roosevelt for the Big 8 league title. King started off slowly and then Indy Mitsunaga, Frank Abacherli and Caleb Hoff blitzed their opponents by pinning them and putting King in a substantial lead. However, the upper weights melted under pressure and allowed the big

THREE DAYS OF RIVAL GAMES ON TAP

Though Riverside Poly is no longer in King’s league, the two schools are as close to a “cross town” rivalry as any. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, that rivalry will kick into high gear. Thursday, the girls’ soccer teams will square off at King, starting at 5:00 PM. Friday girls basketball takes center stage at King,

FAST AND STRONG VISTA MURRIETA GAPS KING EARLY

Murrieta:  At 3-2-3 this season, Coach Smith has the girls soccer program already ahead of where they finished last year.  That much is true. What is also true is that they still have a ways to go to get to where they want to be and that fact was revealed on Tuesday against a very strong

KING OUTRUNS SERRANO IN OPENING ACT OF REV TOURNEY

On Monday, the Lady Wolves began their tournament play at The Valley Invitational at Redlands East Valley (REV) High School in Redlands. They faced off against a Sultana team that was 4-1 and was coming off 4 straight wins.  The Lady Wolves started the game on a 12-0 run and never looked back.  With huge

LOOKING FOR THE LAST MINUTE

Injuries and inconsistency led to a disappointing outcome for Coach Todd Mapes’ boys soccer team.  In the recently completed Citrus Hill Tournament, the Wolves finished in 4th place, after dropping the Third-place game 4-5 against Vista Murrieta.  In their semifinal game against Arlington, King dropped that game 2-3. In both games, King’s opponent scored in

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – JOSH DIETZ

Bringing an overall high school GPA of 3.82 and 3 years of work with ASB to the table, Joshua Dietz earns the mark of a PEAK athlete.  Do what no else wants to do.  Play harder than anyone else.  Sacrifice where others will not.  Know your role.  That’s how Josh has built his high school

PAGE BLOCKS AND KILLS AND MOVES OREGON TO ELITE EIGHT

As reported earlier in the week on this website, King Alum, Lauren Page, (’15) was advancing to the “Sweet 16” of Women’s NCAA D1 Volleyball with the Oregon Ducks. They played an epic game against highly ranked Minnesota and Page played a key role in the Ducks’ win to advance to the Elite round. From

SAM JETER (’07) NOW HEADING CITRUS HILL TRACK PROGRAM

King High congratulates Sam Jeter (Class of 2007) as he was named last week as the Head Track and Field Coach at Citrus Hill High School. Sam, King team MVP in ‘07, is currently working toward his Master’s Degree after having earned his BS in English from Long Beach State.  Sam enjoyed a great career at

ANOTHER KNOTTY OUTCOME

RIVERSIDE: A hard rain fell on Thursday and the temperatures went with it and the girls’ soccer team endured another game that ended in a tie score.  The Hemet Bulldogs got even with minutes to play and both teams went home drenched, cold and for the most part, exactly where they started. “It was a