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2018 KING HIGH ATHLETES OF THE YEAR

Written by Leisha Clendenen, Felicia Sloneker and Harlan Kistler Madison Stamen and Adrian Salgado were selected as the King High School Athletes of the Year for 2017-18.  Salgado was a standout wrestler and Stamen excelled in both Water Polo and Swim. Madison Stamen  Madison Stamen is a student-athlete that will not soon be forgotten. Her

SOFTBALL ON TO CIF FINALS IN A THRILLER OVER BUENA

Written by Landon Negri, for the Press Enterprise Sometimes, aggressiveness can get you burned. Sometimes, it can make the difference. And sometimes, it can do both in one game. King’s softball team encountered that Tuesday afternoon, and for the Wolves, late aggressiveness pushed them past host Ventura Buena for a 2-1 victory in the CIF-Southern Section Division

SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION

If you are wanting to participate in a summer camp, please click the link on the menu bar that reads, “MORE”.  A listing of sports offering camps will be posted there. All athletes must be cleared with a Dr’s Physical and the RUSD Athletic Packet completely filled out.

ROCKET MAN! RASH WINS MASTERS TITLE, QUALIFIES FOR STATE

TORRANCE:  The CIF Southern Section Masters meet is what it’s title implies. It’s the best of the best from the CIF Southern Section, a regional grouping that contains over 500 schools.  One must be a “master” of his or her event to make it. Luck or strength of program has no bearing.  Past titles or performances count

SOFTBALL ADVANCES AS EASY AS 1-2-3

Written by Chantal Millard RIVERSIDE:  In the Quarter Finals of CIF with a chance to advance to the Semi’s, the softball team went head to head with Aliso Niguel  and behind dominant pitching, earned the win, 4-1. Amiyah Aponte started the game in the circle and threw 3 shutout innings. In the 4th inning, Aponte

RECORD BREAKER ENDS SEASON WITH HEART BREAKER

Written by Kevin LeDuc PASADENA: In the shadow of the Rose Bowl on a damp, cool morning, Brookside Golf Course host the SCGA State Qualifier for boys golf. The top 124 players from San Diego to Yosemite battled for the final few spots to state. Due to the tournament being a shotgun start Johnny Walker began his

VOLLEYBALL WELCOMES BACK ALUMS FOR ANNUAL GAME

By Coach Sondra Lough King Girls Volleyball program has a rich tradition in reconnecting with our Alumni athletes.   It has been eight years in the running since our Alumni has come back to play against our varsity girls. For the boys volleyball program it is a fairly new tradition, being only the 3rd year in existence.

REY-TINGS GOLD: RASH WINS CIF TITLE, FRANK FINISHES ALL-CIF

One of the major “givens” of high school Track and Field is that nothing is for certain. Nothing. Where one places; how you and your opponent compete on a given day; past accomplishments; who the favorite might be, what everyone may think is a lock..or not.. means very little when the time comes to toe

JOHNNY BE GOOD! WALKER ADVANCES TO STATE QUALIFIER

SANTA BARBARA:  Johnny Walker is a 9th grader but the way he plays golf, you’d never know it. The kid is good.  Really good. After winning a number of in-season tournaments and the Big 8 Individual League Champion, the 15 year-old advanced on Thursday to play in the CIF Southern Section Championships.  He was one of

SMITH, APONTE RACK UP K’S IN WIN OVER CHINO

File photo by the Press Enterprise for illustration. RIVERSIDE:  With sophomore Amiyah Aponte, starting in the circle, the softball team won their Round One game against the Chino Cowboys on Thursday by a score of 2-0.  The super-soph had 3 K’s in 2 innings. In Softball, CIF Southern Section is divided into 7 Divisions and