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NCAA ELIGIBILITY MEETING TO BE HELD TONIGHT

All potential college-bound athletes and their parents are invited to attend an informational meeting tonight, Thursday, November 29 at 6:00 PM. The meeting will cover what students and families need to know in order to be eligible for NCAA athletics.  All grade levels are welcome to attend. The meeting will be held in A310 –

KING AHEAD OF SCHEDULE DESPITE FIRST LOSS

File image The Wolves took on La Sierra in an early-early season, non-league match.  The Eagles are a quality opponent and took home the victory, 1-0. King out shot their rival 11-4, but none of those hit their target while La Sierra scored their only goal, and the only one needed from 40 yards out

GAME ONE ENDS IN A TIE

Photo for illustration MURRIETA:  On Monday, the Wolves played their first official game under the leadership of the newest head coach of the program, Dave Smith.  The girls battled Murrieta Mesa and the game ended in a tie. The program has been under a storm of adversity with three coaches prior to Smith holding the reigns

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – CHRIS ANKLAM

If there ever was a model of “PEAK” and CIF’s Character Counts vision for high school athletics, it could be Chris Anklam.  A varsity soccer for two years, the varsity football kicker this past Fall,  a Link Crew leader during his junior and senior year … Chris has modeled with integrity all that the above-mentioned titles evoke. Chris has

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – ANIYAH PEWETT

Aniyah Pewett has been our team captain for two straight years now.  She has it all: athletic ability, integrity, work ethic and character.  She’s not only a great representative / model of what our program stands for, but what it means to be a King student athlete. Written by Coach Jesus Martinez

THE DIFFERENCE A YEAR MAKES

RIVERSIDE:  One year ago at the cross country CIF Southern Section Finals, the girls from King were all smiles having finished 6th and punched their tickets to State.  The boys from King weren’t even at the meet, having been eliminated the week before. Though the course and the event stayed the same, time has a way

RIVERSIDE SPORT HALL OF FAME TO HONOR TWO MORE KING COACHES

By John Corona As a member of the Riverside Sport Hall of Fame Nominating Committee for the Wall of Distinction, I am pleased to announce that King’s own Lucinda Brewer and Todd Mapes will be inducted onto “The Wall” tomorrow, Saturday, November 17th at 3 pm in a ceremony at City Hall. The RSHOF has made

BATTLE OF WOOD ROAD GOES IN KING’S DIRECTION

RIVERSIDE:  A wrestling match between Citrus Hill and King – schools that both share a Wood Road address – launched what the coaches hope will be an annual tradition, “The Battle of Wood Road.” King brought home the trophy as winners in this first round. The trophy will be passed on to the winner every

FALL NLI CEREMONY INKS 14 COLLEGE BOUND SENIORS

  The King High Athletic department honored 14 more scholar-athletes whose athletic careers will extend nicely past the boundaries of Martin Luther King High School. A baker’s dozen and one sat amid celebratory balloons, parents, coaches and teachers while signing their National Letter of Intent.  In so doing, the declared their selected college and dreams to

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – JACOB TINKER

Earning over a 3.7 overall high school GPA and 2 years of dedication to our ASB, Jacob Tinker carries the moniker of PEAK athlete with ease. Student, friend, athlete, coach… Jacob fills all these rolls.  Jake loves the game and our team.  Jacob’s faith guides him to give back to the team and to contribute