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MENDEZ AND MORAN EARN 2020 ATHLETE OF THE YEAR HONOR

Like most freshmen, Leo Mendez came into Martin Luther King High a small kid.  “Skinny” recalls coach Todd Mapes of his initial impression of the 9th grader four years ago who arrived on King’s doorstep, eager to play and eager to improve. Which meant the weight room. “He knew that in order to be successful, he

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – ISABELLA TAN

Written by Coach Kistler When you think of girls wrestling you don’t see Isabella Tan fitting that mold. A petite straight-A student who sings the national anthem at home wrestling meets before going out on the wrestling mat and terrorizing her big eight league competition. If King Solomon asked God for wisdom then Bela must

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – DYLAN PARRY

Written by Coach Masi Conscientious behavior, quiet leadership, and a willingness to do what is right when nobody’s looking, is what makes Dylan Parry a solid recipient for this year’s Character Counts recognition. As a freshman, Dylan’s work ethic led to big time drops in the water and connections to his team. His confidence moved

CBU-BOUND MENDEZ SNAGS ALL AREA FIRST TEAM ACCOLADES

The Press Enterprise recently released their list of boys soccer players who earned First Team All Area distinction. King’s Leo Mendez was on that list. Leo led the Wolves this season with 17 goals and 7 assists.  He earned as well,  First Team All League honors in the Big8. Most impressively, Leo finished his high school

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – ELEANOR STOEVER

Written by Coach Masi Eleanor Stoever is strong in mind and spirit and has a resolve that goes unmatched amongst many teenagers. Her work ethic often leaves her moving straight from high school into club practices, and her consistent improvement in the water is a testament to that. Stoever began her freshman year somewhat new

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – CALEB HOFF

Written by Coach Kistler Caleb Hoff was nominated the character counts recipient by his team and coaches. Caleb is proof that nice guys don’t finish last even in a tough sport like wrestling. He placed 4th and 3rd respectively in C.I.F. the past two years and he placed third twice at the Riverside County Finals.

KENNEDY HACKBARTH EARNS FIRST TEAM ALL AREA IN SOCCER

After spending most of her Junior season of soccer on crutches due to an ACL tear and surgery, Kennedy Hackbarth made the most of her return and earned Press Enterprise “1st Team All Area” honors Kennedy score 12 goals on the season and added one assist. Coach Dave Smith said of the senior, “Kennedy is a

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – AALIYAH RIVAS

Written by Coach Chantal Millard Aaliyah has been a team leader for our softball team the past couple of years. She has proven to be one of the hardest working and dedicated players that I have had the honor to coach throughout my many years of coaching. She leads by example every single day and

WHAT BLOOMS WHEN SPRING IS CANCELLED

Written by Brad Peters Nothing is guaranteed. Those three words have likely been uttered, stated, shouted or declared by every coach in every sport more times than they could count. It’s a reality in sports.  Injuries play no favorites, every athlete is susceptible.  No win is final until the buzzer. No race is won until you’ve crossed

A CHANCE TO SAY GOOD BYE, ANOTHER TO SAY HELLO

Written by Leisha Masi, Swim Head Coach It’s hard sometimes for me to believe, but I have been coaching during the Spring season for the past 22 years. Prior to March 13th, the toll of two decades had me mulling over the commitment it takes for me to maintain my professional and personal life while