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SANTIAGO HOLDS OFF KING TO WIN THE LEAGUE TITLE

Written by EricPaul Johnson for the Press Enterprise CORONA:The rematch between the Santiago and King girls water polo teams was eerily similar to the first meeting, so much so it nearly qualified as a shot-by-shot remake. Santiago again jumped up to a big lead in the first quarter and watched King rally … (read the

THRILLER AT THE BUZZER AND KING WINS

RIVERSIDE.  It ended with a buzzer-beater from the free throw line.  With Big 8 foe Santiago on their home court, King made the final shot and edged the Sharks  57-55. It was a hard-fought, back and forth game.  David Mitchell and Kenny Clayton led the scoring for King with 16 points a piece and 8

KING TAKES CHAMP TO A DRAW

RIVERSIDE:  On Senior Night, on their home field, King High’s boys soccer team took on the 2020 League Champ, Santiago and after a spirited game, handed the champs a draw.  Playing to a 2-2 tie, the Wolves had to console themselves with the notion that they gave the top team in the Big 8 all

GIRLS LOOKING AT A DYNASTY WITH 4th STRAIGHT LEAGUE TITLE

CORONA:  In the last game of the league season, King was looking to turn out the lights on the season and at the same time light up what is becoming a dynasty. Consider it mission accomplished. The Lady Wolves defeated Santiago 62-48  and secured their fourth-straight league title.  They remained undefeated in a tough league

LEAGUE PLAY ENDS BUT STILL LOOKING FOR A CHANCE

CORONA:  Against the defending league champs, the King girls soccer team ended their league play with a 7-0, ending their league season with a 4-5-1 record. “Santiago showed why they are league champs” King coach Dave Smith said after the dominating victory. King has to hope that their overall record of 14-6-6 will carry them

WINTER LETTER OF INTENT SIGNING INKS SIX MORE

Athletics staged another edition of it’s popular and needed “National Letter of Intent” signing ceremony.  This is done three times a year. The Winter ceremony was held in the school theater on Wednesday morning and six seniors each spoke briefly and then signed their “letters of intent” for their school of choice in front of

SENIOR NIGHT WARMS AN OTHERWISE COLD NIGHT

RIVERSIDE:  Monday night’s game was cold and that could have described more than the blustery weather. It also described King’s play on Senior night against Centennial.  The Huskies dominated and left with a 3-0 victory. “Centennial was able to find open players in front of our goal several times and was able to capitalize on

ALUM MADISON STAMEN EXCELLING FOR STANFORD POLO

King alum, Madison Stamen is excelling for Stanford’s nationally ranked (#2) water polo team this season. You can read the article here: https://gostanford.com/news/2020/2/1/womens-water-polo-still-perfect.aspx

AN ALMOST PERFECT 10 AT LEAGUE FINALS

Written by Harlan Kistler EASTVALE:  King took 11 wrestlers to the Big 8 Finals last week with the hopes of qualifying many to the CIF Championships. They did just that as the Wolves punched the tickets for 9 out of 11 wrestlers that competed. One more will move on as an alternate. Phil Saucedo and Frank Abacherli are Big 8

A NICE RESPITE BEFORE THE FINAL PUSH

CORONA:  The Lady Wolves endured a rough patch in league over the last several games, but on Friday at Corona High, the Wolves came away with a 2-0 league win. It had to have felt good.  Coach Dave Smith intimated that it was, in many senses, a “must win.” The scoring was started with a