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SMITH LEADS AS KING MOVES CLOSER TO TITLE

Written by Jesus Martinez.  Photo  Kyusung Gong EASTVALE:  On Wednesday night, the Lady Wolves took on The Lady Mustangs of Roosevelt High.  This was probably one of the biggest games of the season for the Lady Wolves; a win would almost secure them at least a share of the Big VIII league title for the fourth consecutive

ROOSEVELT TAKES ADVANTAGE OF KING MISCUES

EASTVALE:  On the road against Roosevelt, the girls soccer team played a tough game and came away with a 1-2 loss against their league rival. Roosevelt opened the scoring off of a corner kick 18 minutes into the game. King’s goalie Carlie Quiroz made several excellent saves to keep the score 1-0 at half.  Head

WOLVES GET CONSISTENTLY STINGY, BEAT ROOSEVELT

Photos by Myles Hamilton RIVERSIDE: In a  Big 8 rivalry game, King’s boys basketball team played stingy.  Really stingy, and they did it with uncanny consistency. Roosevelt was held to 11 points in each quarter but the second in which they only got 10.  The final score was King 53, Roosevelt 43 “Very pleased” said coach Mark

CONTROVERSY LEADS TO ROOSEVELT WIN

Anytime King and Roosevelt face off, seemingly in any sport, there’s a rise in expectations, and there is, again seemingly, a lot on the line. It was no different on Wednesday when the two schools’ boys soccer teams faced off.  Fort King, they’ve been riding a decade-long streak of CIF playoff berths as well as

SANTIAGO HOLDS KING OFF IN BIG 8 MATCH

Written by Eric Paul Johnson – Press Enterprise CORONA:  Madison Little and Madison O’Hara have been teammates since they were 10, and the chemistry they have developed over time is clearly reflected in the pool. Little and O’Hara scored five goals apiece, often setting o ne other up for those chances, as the Santiago girls water

TIM SWEENEY JR. ADDS HIS NAME TO RIVERSIDE’S “WALL OF DISTINCTION”

Written by John Corona This past Saturday the Riverside Sports Hall of Fame (link) unveiled its 2020 Wall of Distinction recipients and among those honored was former King head basketball coach Tim Sweeney, Jr.  From 1999 through 2014, the King High Wolves were a force on the basketball courts of the CIF Southern Section and beyond.

GIRLS WEATHER A NORCO STORM, STAND VICTORIOUS

RIVERSIDE:  Round two of the Big 8 League has started and the girls soccer team squared off against Norco on Friday and earned the win, 3-2. King got on the board at the 14 minute mark when Ashley Quiroz found Kylie Tusant with a ball into space. Tusant quickly sped past the last defender and

DEFICIT AGAINST SANTIAGO NEARLY OVERCOME WITH OUTSTANDING MATCHES

Written by Harlan Kistler A partial King team showed up at Santiago with only 11 wrestlers, forfeiting 3 upper weights and starting from an 18 point deficit. But they competed well and despite the disadvantage to start, the Wovles took Santiago all the way to the wire in a close 33-36 battle. Team captain and state

SHARKS CAN’T BITE, KING PULLS AWAY

Written by Jesus Martinez The Lady Wolves defeated the Santiago Sharks last night by a final score of 80 to 57.  It was the Lady Wolves’ 5th league victory, which puts them in 1st place in the BIG VIII (5-0).  The Lady Wolves will now take on Norco at King High School this Friday night at

A BIG FAT SILVER LINING ON THIS ONE

RIVERSIDE:  When you play the best game of the 21 games you’ve played all season and still come away with a loss, you’re left looking for silver linings. That Silver Lining is you playing your best game of the season.  Kind of weird to say it that way, but that’s the way it is. It’s what Coach