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WALLENDER IN TOP FORM AS CORONA BLANKS KING

Written by Eric Paul Johnson. Published in pe.com At Wednesday’s practice, Corona baseball coach Andy Wise called upon the few seniors on the team to be leaders over the final month of the season. Kiki Wallander obviously was listening and prepared to accept Wise’s challenge. Wallander fired a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts Thursday …. read the rest

GOLF AIMS FOR GOOD, SETTLES FOR LUCKY

Written by Kevin LeDuc RIVERSIDE:  The King vs Santiago rivalry has largely determined the Big 8 league race over the past 6 years. During that time the Wolves have taken six league titles with the Sharks taking the other 2. While both entered Wednesday’s match in a tie for second place this season, any shot

SPORTSMANSHIP IS THE STORYLINE IN NORCO MATCH

RIVERSIDE:  Sadly, at times, blowout wins by a team give rise to arrogance and showboating.  A lopsided score can give one a lopsided sense of one’s talent. Yesterday was an 18-0 win by the boys tennis team against Norco High School, but it was also graciously an opportunity for both King and Norco to display great

A CENTENNIAL PUSH REWRITES HISTORY

RESULTS    PHOTOS CORONA:  Scoring 100 points against Centennial had been a somewhat common experience for the boys and girls track teams from King since arriving in the Big 8 close to ten years ago.  That history changed yesterday  as the Wolves had to scratch and claw on the boys side to eek out a much

SHARKS START RUNNING, GET AWAY FROM KING

File photo for illustration. Boys volleyball lost to the Sharks in four set match.  It was a match of runs. “We just could not seem to stay in rhythm and sustain our poise.” said Coach Sondra Lough after the match. The first set went to the Sharks (25-18) and the Wolves rallied back to win

KING RIDES THE MUSTANGS TO A SECOND ROUND WIN

The boys tennis team started 2nd round Big VIII action yesterday against the Roosevelt Mustangs. It was a challenge for King, especially on the doubles side of the competition. “We saw very competitive doubles teams that allowed our guys to challenge themselves winning 6 of the 9 sets” said head coach Shaun Harris. But the Singles

GIRLS WATER POLO PARENT MEETING TO BE HELD

All girls interested in playing water polo this summer, please note that a parent meeting will be held on April 29 Click here for more information Click here to sign up  

LACROSSE QUICK TO SEVEN WINS IN SEASON TWO

RIVERIDE:  Boys lacrosse came out fast against Orange Lutheran and put up 5 goals in the first quarter on Wednesday, April 3 to take a 5-0 lead early. “We started the game down a few players with our starting goalie out and backup goalie (Robert Szalonek) to start his first game ever” said head coach Chris

SOFTBALL RALLIES, DEFEATS EDISON TO WIN ALAN DUGARD TOURNEY

Written by Tim Burt, OC Sports Zone King High School’s softball team scored two runs in the top of the eighth inning Saturday and went on to defeat Edison 4-2, in the championship game of the Alan Dugard Classic Saturday night at Deanna Manning Stadium in Irvine. With the tiebreaker in place, Tiffany Illif drove

KING GOES TO WORK IN THE OC, WINS FOUR

IRVINE:   Ask most commuters who take the 91 every day into the OC how they like the drive, the reply won’t likely be a positive one. Ask baseball head coach Steve Madril what it was like last week to travel to Irvine’s Great Park four times for the Ryan Lemmon Tournament at least he’s honest: