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AN INCREDIBLE FINISH FOR AN INCREDIBLE AN

The Big 8 League Finals took place at Indian Hills and Jurupa Hills in Riverside this past week. The top 36 players from the Big 8 would play two 18 hole rounds with a cut in the middle to determine the top 8 all league players. The Wolves had been able to claim the league

WOLVES GET EARLY MO AND NEVER LOOK BACK

TUJUNGA CANYON:  It was a long drive to Tujunga Canyon – 75 miles each way, to be exact – but it didn’t take long for the Boys from King to think every single one of those miles was worth it. Baseball games aren’t won in the first inning, but putting up three runs in the

SUMMER CAMPS FOR 2019

All interested students and parents are encouraged to look into the various summer camps that are being held throughout the summer. A list is being compiled, with more to come throughout the month of May, and are located on the “MORE” link of this website

BOYS TENNIS NETS NUMEROUS LEAGUE AWARDS

RIVERSIDE:  Last Thursday, the boys’ tennis team had to weather each other and a short spell of warm weather in the Big 8 Finals.  In an odd match up of ranked players, at times in this sport, players from the same school face off for individual honors. “They represented each other and King High really

KING FOR A DAY IN SPEED CITY USA

Written by John Corona For decades, the term “Speed City” has been applied to college and high school track programs with a preponderance of top of the line sprinters. These programs tend to feature young people whose speed and quickness bring themselves and their teams into the limelight. For the most part in its 20 years of existence the King

BEN WOLF TURNS HEADS WITH SONG CHOICES AT BIG 8 LEAGUE FINALS

Written by Eric-Paul Johnson for The Press Enterprise RIVERSIDE:  Top-seeded swimmers were allowed to choose walk-up songs at Thursday’s Big VIII League Championships at the Riverside Aquatics Complex. The songs of Queen were a popular choice, not surprising given the success of the recent bio-pic “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Ben Wolf went down a different path with

NEW WRESTLING FACILITY BREAKS GROUND

Updated April 26. Heavy trucks and machinery descended on King High’s campus on Monday and broke ground on the first infrastructure addition to the institution since the stadium complex was constructed ten years ago. King’s highly successful wrestling program will finally have a place to call home. When the campus was constructed back in 1999,

ROOSEVELT REMAINS UNDEFEATED AS KING BOWS OUT GRACEFULLY

RIVERSIDE:  The boys’ volleyball team finished their last match and Senior Night to the undefeated Roosevelt Mustangs, losing in three sets, 16-25, 11-25, 18-25. Senior Outside Hitter, Sean Sharpe finished with 3 Aces, 5 Kills, and 5 Digs.  Jayden Hackbarth, Jaden Evangelist and Taylor Vandenberg earned 5 Kills apiece.  Ian Swanson ran the offense with

SENIOR DAY GIVES KING A BIG WIN OVER CENTENNIAL

Senior day is the final home match played during a golfer’s career. Over the past four years Joel Gonsier, Ivan Ciudad Real and Evan Chavez have teed it up in countless matches for both the Wolves Varsity and JV programs. In a fitting finish the boys were victorious coming away with a 206-276 victory over

TURF BATTLE GOES KING’S WAY

RIVERSIDE:  As the volleyball season comes to a close, it has been a season full of adversity for the King Wolves boys volleyball team (5-15).  A win, any win, would go a long way to soothing some of the frustration that the team has endured. Especially a win over Riverside Poly. While the Bears may