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FIRST STEP TOWARD SIXTH TITLE HOPES

King opened up Big VIII play with a big win over Roosevelt.  In a season in which “title defense” is on their minds, if not “dynasty” this was a good start. Singles players Gavin Henry and Brendan Provance as well as Doubles team James Kim and Aditiya Desai swept the Mustangs. Along with the sweeps other

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – KAYLA SELDON

Written by John Corona Kayla Seldon enters her fourth year in the King Track and Field and without a doubt, her  track accomplishments and contributions since her freshman year have been varied and many. She has twice been the Team’s Most Outstanding Sprinter; she has won recognition at the City Championships; Big VIII Finals and

KING TEAMS UP TO SOLID RELAY RESULTS

Written by Mat Vasel IRVINE: A majority of the Wolves track and field squad woke up at the crack of dawn on Saturday and headed down to Portola High School for the Earl Engman Relays.  The “all-relays” meet was a good one for King and both the boys and girls finished in 3rd place in

ROSARY STIFLES KING IN STATE SEMI-FINALS

Written by Michael Huntley, Press Enterprise FULLERTON — Rosary used its stellar defense to beat King of Riverside 46-37 on Saturday to advance to the CIF Southern California Regional Division I championship game for the second consecutive season. The Royals won the regional championship and went on to win the Division I state championship last

GIRLS ADVANCE TO NEXT ROUND IN STATE

Written by Jesus Martinez LONG BEACH:  Last night the Lady Wolves traveled to Lynwood HS in Long Beach in the second round of the state playoffs. Lynwood HS was a State Tournament Open team and ranked 3rd overall in State (Division 1). The Lady Wolves established an early lead but got into foul trouble late

WOLVES PREVAIL OVER TOUGH DIAMONDBACK OPPONENT

RIVERSIDE: Serrano High is located in the high desert, and their track team came down the hill for the second year in a row to provide a solid opponent to King’s. Well coached and seasoned, the Diamondbacks gave King all they could handle, especially on the girls’ side, but King prevailed in the end on all

GIRLS USE SECOND CHANCES TO WIN STATE PLAYOFF OPENER

Written by Eric Paul Johnson for the Press Enterprise RIVERSIDE :  The King girls basketball team had not played a game in 10 days, and that rust was evident as it shot 37 percent Tuesday night. Fortunately for the Wolves, sisters Nyah and Olivia Moran and Heaven Johnson collected several of the missed shots. The

WOLVES PLAY WELL AGAINST WOLFPACK BUT FALL IN THE END

Boys Tennis had a tough test against Great Oak on Tuesday afternoon. Strong play by King singles players Austin Harvill and Gavin Henry netted 4 tough earned sets for the Wolves and they just missed out on 3 sets each by a break to Great Oaks #1 player. Unfortunately in doubles the Wolves struggled to execute

COMPETITION BLOWS INTO TOWN, WOLVES GET THE PICTURE

RIVERSIDE: The Riverside Challenge Cup took place yesterday March 2nd at Canyon Crest Country Club. The tournament consisted of 17 of the best schools in the area competing for the championship currently owned by King. Last year the Wolves were able to earn their first Riverside Cup title as hosts of the tournament.   Great Oak

KING IN A GOOD PLACE, PLAYING ENTHUSIASTICALLY

King’s boys Lacrosse team got out quick in a match against Damien High School last week and went on to win, 13-5. The start was so quick, in fact that the Wolves were up 2-0 before the second minute of the game.  The were up by 5 at the half. “The team played with heart