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IMPROVEMENT IS THE NAME OF THE GAME

The 0-0 tie score at the end of the La Quinta soccer match  King’s girls played on Tuesday doesn’t tell the real score. The real score is that the girls from King are much improved from 2018. La Quinta posed a physical challenge to the Wolves, but Coach Smith’s team played with great teamwork and

KING ALUM, OREGON DUCKS ADVANCE TO SWEET 16

King Alum Volleyball player, Lauren Page is in the sweet sixteen NCAA Division 1 Volleyball Tournament this Friday, December 7th playing ranked #2 Minnesota at 1:30 pm PT.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION FROM THE OREGON WEBSITE Lauren Page was known for her flying ability and quick arm swing.  She played middle blocker for King

PRETTY UGLY IS A MATTER OF INTERPRETATION

Up against Adelanto High in the Kiwanis Tournament on Poly High School’s home court, the Wolves basketball team managed to win. The final score was 61-55, but in early season play, coaches aren’t so fixated on final scores as they are in how they got there. Granted, a win is a win, but it wasn’t pretty.

GIRLS SOCCER IS REBOUNDING

BEAUMONT:  In just five games this season, the girls’ soccer team has tripled the number of victories they amassed in 2017. One could say they are off to a good start at 3-1-1. Which isn’t exactly how the girls started their play in the Beaumont tournament in which they lost in heartbreaking fashion to Cathedral

WOOD ROAD TURNS INTO A SHOOT OUT AND SHUT OUT

The boys soccer team took on their “end of the road” rival Citrus Hill, the school located 1.4 miles south of King on Wood Road. It became a shooting match with plentiful shots on goal by both teams that ultimately had King’s goalie working overtime and King finding a way for one of those shots

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – JONATHAN TCHENGANG

With a 3.21 over all high school GPA and involvement in BSU, Jonathan Tchengang works hard as a student.  Always a smile on his face, always a positive thing to say, always encouraging teammates and friends.  Jon is truly an ambassador.  His positive attitude is infectious.  Jonathan did not make the team his freshman year,

4TH QUARTER PULL AWAY GIVES KING THE WIN

Photo for illustration KING HIGH:  On their home boards and in front of their home crowd, the Wolves 2018 basketball squad put together an effort that earned them a victory over Fountain Valley and had the coaching staff pleased with the improvements made from their early season tournament play. Duwan Franklin had a “well rounded

BIG DOG DUEL PITS FATHER VS SON

The Huskies of JW North, coached by Harlan Kistler II took on the Wolves of King High, coached by Harlan Kistler Sr. Yea, you read it right. With the King grad and former Wolf standout now leading the Huskies from North, the duel of the Dogs and between Dad and Son was a no-brainer. King

TOURNAMENT WINS FALLING EASILY FOR LADY WOLVES

Written by Jesus Martinez. Photo for illustration. The Lady Wolves started their tournament and pre-season with a win over Hemet High school on November 16th. Raya Smith and Nyah Moran both had a great game for the Lady Wolves, each adding 15 points and 8 rebounds, leading King to a 71 to 27 victory. On Monday, November

GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER GAME POSTPONED

Due to field conditions, today’s Varsity Girls Soccer game in the Beaumont Winter Classic has been postponed.  The game will hopefully be played tomorrow, 11/30/18. At this time, the Frosh girls soccer game at La Sierra High School is still taking place.  We will keep you informed of any further changes.