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HALL OF FAME NOMINATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED

After a very successful Inaugural Class Induction ceremony last Fall, the King High Sports Hall of Fame is now accepting nominations from the community and school for the 2019 class. (To read that story, click here) To nominate a candidate for the Martin Luther King High School Hall of Fame in 2019-2020 please complete this

SET, GAMES, MATCH: WOLFPACK EDGES WOLVES

TEMECULA:  The Wolfpack of Great Oak High School and the Wolves of King got locked into a great pre-league competition on Tuesday and it couldn’t have been any closer when it was all said and done. In tennis, there are 18 sets played in the course of a competition, but should the two teams end 9-9 at the

JESSICA GUTIERREZ TAKES 2ND AT CIF

EASTVALE:  Jessica Guttierez took second place at CIF Southern Section Wrestling Championships on Saturday. Read the Press Enterprise story on the event here.

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – AALIYAH RIVAS

Aaliyah Rivas is the type of player every coach dreams of coaching. She is one of the hardest workers on the team and does it with a constant smile on her face. No matter what her role is, she takes it on like a true champion to help and encourage the team to do their

KING ROLLS INTO D1 FINALS

Written by Eric-Paul Johnson, for the Press Enterprise Photo by Michael Ares The five players on the court for the King girls basketball team at the end of the game gathered for a group hug as the final seconds ticked away. It was a fitting way for the Wolves to celebrate a historic win for

GIRLS GET A LOT DONE IN QUARTERFINAL WIN AGAINST NORTH

Written by Landon Negri, Press Enterprise Photos by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher for the Press Enterprise RIVERSIDE >> King’s girls basketball team hadn’t forgotten that lone blemish on its season suffered more than two months ago. The Wolves, apparently, also didn’t forget how to shoot free throws, either. King knocked down free throw after … (Click

WOLVES SHUT OUT RIVAL, 18-0

RIVERSIDE:  Rivalries are built over time, tradition and competitive equity.  Riverside Poly and King High enjoy a friendly rivalry that in some sports finds the two teams locked in terrific competition. For the boys’ tennis team on Wednesday, that “rivalry” looked more like a “rout” as King handled the Bears easily, winning 18-0. On a

BACK TO BACK TO BACK AND SOFTBALL IS BACK

The softball season got started on Tuesday and the Wolves got their first win of the season in explosive fashion.  Playing long ball against Canyon Springs Moreno Valley, Coach Millard’s squad was firing on all cylinders, leading to a one-sided game with the Lady Wolves in command from the first inning. Junior, Amiyah Aponte  pitched a 1-

KING HOOPS ARE ON THE MARCH

Photo by Myles Hamilton Both of the boys and girls basketball teams are into the next rounds of their CIF Championship tournaments after defeating their first opponents over the weekend.  For the girls, playing against Alemany HS, they won with relative ease but are already preparing for a much tougher opponent to come Wednesday in

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – JAESON KIM

Jaeson Kim has shown over the past 4 years how hard work, integrity, sportsmanship, responsibility, and awareness of others can not only benefit his personal improvement, but that of his peers and team. His involvement in the academic, athletic, and personal well being of his teammates is that of a very mature, confident, and community minded young man.  He is