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ATHLETIC CLEARANCES ARE NOW FULLY ONLINE

Parents and Students For the 2020-21 school year, the RUSD has moved the submission of the yearly “Athletic Clearance” to a fully online format. PLEASE READ THE FIRST LINK FOR HOW TO DO THIS, then the next one if you have further questions: Step-by-step process FAQ’s for the process

KING WEARS THE CROWN IN FURIOUS FINISH

RIVERSIDE:  There’s an old cliché that goes, “All’s well that ends well.” In this year of pandemic, quarantine and a nasty virus that has littered the last year with so much uncertainty and upended high school sports, the cross country teams entered their delayed season last November with far more questions than answers.  Even as

AND BOOM! THEY’RE BACK! TENNIS DOMINATES ON RE-OPENER

ETIWANDA: Slowly but surely they are returning.  One by one, the banished sports have come back from the wilderness of quarantine, suiting up and letting it fly. Following on the heels of cross country and girls tennis last month, boys tennis became the third program to restart.  The boys kicked off their season and “re-opener” with

FOOTBALL AND OTHER OUTDOOR SPORTS GIVEN A GREEN LIGHT

By ERIC-PAUL JOHNSON | ejohnson@scng.com | The Press-Enterprise PUBLISHED: March 2, 2021 at 10:01 a.m. | UPDATED: March 2, 2021 at 8:39 p.m. Riverside County’s coronavirus adjusted case rate dropped for the seventh consecutive week, and the county now meets the threshold for football and other outdoor contact sports to resume competitions. In December, the California Department of Public Health released its

PROFILES IN CHARACTER – JASLYN GINES

Miss Jaslyn Gines has been selected to receive the annual award presented to an individual who represents exemplary sportsmanship and character throughout their participation in and leadership of a Varsity Team. Jaslyn is a wonderful role model for her teammates and has always welcomed each and every player to the team.  She is a responsible

PENULTIMATE LEAGUE RACE SETS UP NEXT SATURDAY’S SHOWDOWN

EASTVALE: Under blue skies on Saturday, the cross country teams took on the blue-clad Norco Cougars on Saturday.  It was the 4th of 5 Big 8 League dual meets and contested on Eleanor Roosevelt’s campus course. The Wolves raced well despite lacking the drama of competition, as Norco could not field a scoring girls squad,

LADIES LACROSSE IS HOLDING TRYOUTS

Girls Lacrosse will host tryouts next week, March 2 and 3. Athletic clearance is required in advance of your tryout. Please read this flyer for more information

MLK ALUM OLIVIA MORAN STEPPING UP ON THE COURT AT NAU

Graduate of the class of 2020, Olivia Moran, is on a tear in her first collegiate basketball season at Northern Arizona University. FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (February 25, 2021) – Coming off two of her best games as a Lumberjack, freshman Olivia Moran took another massive leap forward in Thursday’s home finale against Southern Utah. Scoring a career-high 21 points,

GIRLS TENNIS PROVES A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GREAT OAK AND KING

TEMECULA: Great Oak High and Martin Luther King High are very similar schools. Both are young, less than 25 years of existence. They share the same school colors, the same academic and athletic excellence and even the same mascot.  The margin of difference between the schools is slight. When King’s girls tennis team traveled south

GIRLS WATER POLO TRYOUTS COMING MARCH 1 AND 2

All girls interested in trying out for Water Polo, please note that your tryouts are coming March 1 and 2. Physicals and athletic clearance must be done IN ADVANCE and you MUST be cleared through www.athleticclearance.com to be allowed in the pool.  Go to this page for instructions on how to get your papers submitted

BASEBALL IS BACK! TRYOUTS NEXT WEEK

Attention all those wanting to tryout out for the MLK Baseball team! We are excited to announce that we have been given the green light to hold tryouts for the 2021 season! Tryouts will be held March 2 & March 3 from 4:00pm-5:15pm! All students trying out will need a cleared physical uploaded to www.athleticclearance.com. and