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DeMICCO, DESAR EARN DOUBLES FIRST-TEAM ALL AREA HONORS

Senior Faith DeMicco and Junior Naneeta Desar were picked by the Press Enterprise as First Team All Area for their Doubles play this past Fall in girls tennis. Congratuations!  Click here to see the Press’s full list of All Area players  

BOYS SOCCER FALLS TO POLY IN TILSON TOURNEY

For a side that had won its last seven games, many by large margins, Riverside Poly boys soccer team came out “a little deer-in-the-headlights for a semifinal,” Bears coach Alex Figueroa said. Poly missed an early penalty kick and played to a 2-2 second-half draw before edging Riverside King, 5-4, in a semifinal shootout at

BASKETBALL TAKES TWO ON THE ROAD

Written by Jesus Martinez.  Photo for illustration The girls’ basketball team dropped two W’s in the column while on the road this week, building nice momentum from their Mustang Tourney win as they head into the Christmas break and more tournaments on the docket. On Monday night, the Lady Wolves took on a very scrappy

PIECES YET TO FALL INTO PLACE

Photo for illustration Girls Water Polo again ventured into Orange County, home of many of the top polo programs in the CIF Southern Section and went head to head with one of them in Rancho Santa Margarita High School. “Our girls played a hard game against a good division one school” said coach Felicia Sloneker.  “We

BOYS SOCCER ADVANCES THROUGH TILSON TOURNEY

King played in the Tom Tilson Tournament at Poly High School over the weekend and won both games they played Saturday. The Wolves shut out Rialto 4-0 and nipped Palm Desert 2-1. Their victories will advance them to the quarterfinals this coming Saturday at 8:00 AM against Fontana High. Mason Mapes, Jesus Silva, Leo Perez,

BASKETBALL DEFENDS ROOSEVELT TOURNEY TITLE

EASTVALE — Any team in any sport will at some point miss personnel for one reason or another. How that team responds can be a telling factor in its success. That might explain why King girls basketball coach Jesus Martinez was so happy Saturday night. A year removed from graduating HSGameTime Girls Basketball Player of

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – INDIANA MITSUNAGA

Indiana works hard in the wrestling room and in the class room. He is polite, listens, learns and works hard. He is a coach’s dream. He has great participation, great character towards his teammates and coaches, and is very humble. Written by Coach Kistler

GIRLS GAIN BIG WIN OVER GREAT OAK

Written by Jesus Martinez.  Photo Illustration EASTVALE: The Lady Wolves got their 1st big win of the season, defeating Great Oak 52 to 40 at the Mustang Holiday Classic at Roosevelt High School. The Lady Wolves were led by Sophomore Raya Smith, who dropped 19 points and 8 assists.  Danita Young contributed with 10 points and

WOLVES CAN’T BUY A POINT

TEMECULA:  The King Wolves traveled to Temecula to take on the Wolfpack of Great Oak High School and collectively both squads couldn’t score, ending in a 0-0 tie. “We couldn’t buy a goal” said head coach Todd Mapes. In the course of the game, his players had two great opportunities to take the go-ahead goal, “but

WEAKNESSES EXPOSED AGAINST VISTA MURRIETA

Photo for Illustration Written by Jaimianne Brewer RIVERSIDE:  MLK Girls Soccer faced off against Vista Murrieta at home on Tuesday Night. Vista Murrieta is coming off a trip last season to the CIF Division 2 semifinals as well as a semifinalist in the Southern California Regional Tournament. This was our first big test of where