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PROFILE IN CHARACTER – CARSON WALDER

On the face of it, one would think that Carson Walder had it made these past four years. He came into King as a much bally-hooed freshman and in fact, would letter that 9th grade year. He will be a rarity-a four year letter winner -when this season ends and he has been one of the top long and

ADVERSITY GETS THE WIN BUT NOT WITHOUT A FIGHT

RIVERSIDE: The boys volleyball team played on their home court against Adversity on Friday.  Well, actually, their opponent was Norco, but the Cougars may just have well suited up the invisible player of hardship.  Despite ultimately dropping the match in 5 sets, King fought hard against “both” opponents, which left Coach Lough pleased with the

SENIOR BUDDIES MAKE GREAT COMPETITORS

Written by Shaun Harris Last Thursday and Friday’s Big 8 tournament showed the dominance of King Tennis in the Big VIII once again. Going into the tournament with top seeds in singles and doubles the guys met the challenge and put it on their rackets to show who is best. The finals and 3rd place matches

NORCO BEATS KING FOR SHARE OF BIG 8 LEAGUE CROWN

Written by Eric Paul Johnson. Published on www.pe.com NORCO  With three teams currently tied for first place, the Big VIII League baseball title race appears headed for a photo finish. The chase for the league’s softball title has been far less suspenseful. Sarah Willis used her bat to give Norco an early lead, and she

STELLAR PERFORMANCES FROM FROSH-SOPH CREW AT CORONA

For the past 7 years, the King High Track team has participated in the Corona Frosh Soph Showdown as their last invitational of the season. Most of the youngsters entered will, in all likelihood, not make it to the Big VIII Finals on May 2 and so this is their last opportunity for a PR

FIELD EVENTS SAVE THE RUNNER UP

RIVERSIDE:  King concluded it’s 2018 dual meet season on their home track with a healthy audience and a dozen-or-so alums who came “back home” to witness the final go-around of the year.  But it was the events that don’t go around the track, namely the field events, that saved the day for the boys and

BOYS SWIM KNOTTED IN NO SIMPLE SCENARIO

File photo for illustration Written by Leisha Clendenen For the third time this season in dual meets, the King boys swim team’s final score came down to the final event of the meet. With Corona Centennial’s deck full of screaming fans, the boy’s team of Blake Dennis, Zac Thelwell, Samuel Xu and Ben Wolf missed out

VOLLEYBALL GETTIN’ THAT FEELING BACK

RIVERSIDE:  King got off to a slow start on the home court of La Sierra on Wednesday, but it didn’t take them long to rise up over the Eagles, eventually defeating them in four sets after dropping the first, 22-25. “We played some of the best volleyball of our season” said Coach Sondra Lough after her

TEN AND OH-MY! TENNIS TAKES THE TITLE

CORONA: Oh my!  They did it again. The boys tennis team traveled to Centennial High on Friday and officially concluded what was presumed several weeks ago, another undefeated league title.  Coach Shaun Harris’ squad closed out another perfect ten for the second year straight to earn the program’s fourth title in as many seasons.  It is

BOYS TENNIS CAMP SET FOR SUMMER

All student-athletes who are interested in or planning to play on the boys’ tennis team in the 2018-2019 school year, there is a summer camp being offered. Click here for all the information.