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WOLVES STAY ON THE HUNT AT CANYON SPRINGS INVITATIONAL

This past weekend the Wolves cross country teams d split up with part of the team traveling to Seattle, WA for the Nike Twilight Invitational while the other half competed locally at the Canyon Springs Invitational for the first time ever in King’s history. The local squad left nothing short of their own legacy as

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – WILLIAM TIBBETTS

William Tibbetts is an outstanding student-athlete and person. You will always find him with a good attitude and a smile on his face. He works hard to succeed and sets a good example to follow on campus, and in his sport of water polo. He is considerate of teammates and willing to help others while

NORCO FALLS TO KING ON A NIGHT OF REMEMBRANCE

Photos by Jeff Edwards The Lady Wolves Varsity Volleyball team (14-14) hosted the Cougars of Norco High School in Big VIII league play on “DIG PINK” night Tuesday. It was a great night to celebrate those who are courageously fighting cancer and remember those who have lost their fight. The Lady Wolves won in four

VOLLEYBALL RISES, LIKE A PHOENIX

The Lady Wolves Varsity Volleyball team attended the “Nike Tournament of Champions September 21st and 22nd in Phoenix, Arizona. The tournament kicked off with an opening ceremonies banquet where former Olympic Team Libero, Nicole Davis, spoke to over 1,800 people in attendance. On day one of the tournament, the Lady Wolves began pool play and

LOSS OF CONCENTRATION LEADS TO THE WIN

King Girls Golf continued their dominance in the Big VIII league, defeating Santiago High School by a score of 221 to 257. The team  was led by Morgan Sjoerdsma who posted an outstanding round of golf over the 9 holes.   She recorded a match-low 2 under par 34. Coach Moorman was impressed with the score. 

TENNIS HUMMING ALONG ON ALL CYLINDERS

Girls Varsity Tennis Team defeated Corona 16-2 in league play on Wednesday and it would appear that at the mid-way point in the season, at 14-1 overall the team is cruising along at high speed. With their starters back from illness and injury, all three singles players- Geetika Sreeram, Katie Lucius, and Samantha Quezada had

COACH JOHN CORONA HONORED FOR CHARACTER BY CIF

LONG BEACH:  The Champions for Character program run annually by the CIF-SS aims to honor athletes, coaches, administrators and schools who embody the organization’s code, Victory With Honor, Character Counts. On Monday night in Long Beach, the 2018 honorees gathered for a banquet and a presentation of trophies and scholarships for the nominated and selected individuals.

KING KEEPS ROLLING THROUGH BIG 8

The girls’ golf team has been rolling of late, late being defined as the last few years, especially at the league level and that momentum continued on last week.  On Friday, the Lady Wolves defeated Centennial High School 213 to 260 to improve their record to 7-1; 4-0 league. In golf, the low score wins.

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – NANEETA DESAR

Naneeta Desar has been an exemplary athlete and individual for the past 3 years on the King Varsity Tennis Team.  She stands out for many reasons, but especially for the consideration she always displays for each and every one of her teammates.  She is always willing to do herself whatever she asks of her teammates.

35-1 MAKES FOR A VERY GOOD WEEK

King Tennis played two matches in the Big 8 League this week and dominated their opponents, scoring a combined total of 35 points against their opponents’ ability to score 1 point. League action got off to a roaring start for girls’ tennis as they defeated Norco in a shut out, 18-0. Singles players Geetika Sreeram