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TEN MORE ADDED AT WINTER NLI CEREMONY

A fine tradition has developed at King over recent years as the Athletic Department led by Chip George conducts affirming ceremonies three times each year to honor those student-athletes who are signing their “National Letter of Intent” to move on to the college of their choice and recruitment. On Thursday in the school’s theater, ten

SPRING SPORTS PARENT-ATHLETE MEETING IS MONDAY NIGHT

The Spring Sports Parent Meeting will be held Monday, February 4th, at 6:00 PM, in the gymnasium.  All students and parents involved in a Spring sport need to be in attendance Here are the room assignments after the general meeting in the gymnasium; Baseball                               H 133 Softball                                 MPR Track & Field                      Gymnasium Swimming                           A – 310 Boys Tennis       

TRACK AND FIELD TEAM STORE IS NOW OPEN

The track and field community is invited to take part in purchasing spirit gear for the 2019 season. Please use our team store at www.bsnsports.com.  Once there, click on “MY TEAM SHOP” which is located on a tab at the upper left of your screen. The code to enter is: MTSKING19 The team store will close

SCIOMMERI AND SHIHAD CLOSE IT OUT WITH A SHUT OUT

CORONA:  King went on the road to Santiago High School to put a wrap on what was a foregone conclusion: The 2019 League Title.  It is the second title for King in the last three seasons. They did just that with a 1-0 victory. Hunter Brown did the duties getting the sole point on the

A PERFECT TEN THREE-PEAT IN SEASON TWENTY

    Written by Jesus Martinez RIVERSIDE:  On Thursday night, the Lady Wolves finished off an undefeated league season, besting Santiago 72 to 44.  They finished with an overall record of 26-1, 10-0 in league to become back to back to back league champions. This is the first time in the 20 seasons of playing

100% BETTER THAN LAST YEAR, SOCCER CLOSES OUT THE SEASON

RIVERSIDE:  To the casual observer, closing out a season at 8-11-5 wouldn’t look like something to cheer about, but for Coach Dave Smith, the girls of King finished with quite a season. In fact, they are 100% better than where they were 12 months ago and that is reason enough to celebrate.  At just 4 wins

IMPROVEMENT IS STILL THE NAME OF THE GAME

CORONA:  The King girls lost to first place Centennial 2-0 on the road last night. The scoring occurred early with two corner kick goals for Centennial at the 12 and 19 minute mark. “Centennial has made a mark in the Big VIII this year with their ability to score corner kick goals.” said King head

SOCCER WINS LEAGUE TITLE AGAIN

By dispatching Centennial with a score of 2-1, the Boys Soccer team won their second league title in the last three years.  With the girls basketball winning their title on the same evening, King High School notched their 145 and 146 league titles in all sports combined since 1999 when the boys cross country team

RAYA SMITH TAKES OVER LATE AS KING GIRLS BASKETBALL CLINCHES THIRD STRAIGHT LEAGUE TITLE

Story and Photos courtesy of the Press Enterprise. Written by Eric-Paul Johnson of the Press Enterprise ejohnson@scng.com  Link to full story CORONA — King’s Raya Smith won the Big VIII League’s highest individual honor for girls basketball last season. And Smith once again performed like an MVP when the Wolves needed it most Tuesday evening.

TOP WRESTLERS PLACE WELL AT LEAGUE FINALS

Written by Harlan Kistler Frank Abacherli stormed into the Big 8 League Finals and pinned his way through the finals in King fashion. Frank has been a big hammer for King all year placing 6th at the national Battle for the Belt Tournament last week. Frank moved up a weight in duels all year and pinned