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WRESTLING UPDATE: MAT KINGS FALL TO SANTIAGO

King wrestling moved 2-1 on the season with a varsity loss to Santiago.  JV remained undefeated. “The team is doing well since we don’t have any big guys in our line up – the ones we do have lack the experience at this stage of the season. Our light and middle weights are ferocious … expect to

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – MADISON STAMEN

Madison is the ultimate PEAK athlete. Always striving to be great, the 4 year King HS Water Polo athlete is an obvious leader among a strong Senior class for the 2017 Wolves. A returning Division 2 All-CIF WP athlete, she has her eyes set on loftier goals than ever before. Within sight are a birth

BEST GAME SO FAR A NEAR BLOW OUT

KING HIGH: The boys soccer team faced off against Rialto High on Wednesday, but one could add they were also against the winds of Santa Ana.  With 25 mile per hour gusts across the field of play and all of Southern California, the weather created as much of an opponent as Rialto did. “The players

A TALE OF TWO TEAMS AND TWO HALVES

In non-league soccer action yesterday, the girls soccer team opened up the 2017 season. It was, by the end a tale of two different teams and two different halves. After going down 2-0 at halftime to powerhouse Troy in home opener, the team learned that attitude, effort, and heart is what champions are made of. A

SOCCER GAMES CANCELLED DUE TO WILD FIRES

BREAKING: The girls’ soccer games scheduled to be played against Moorpark HS in Ventura have been cancelled today due to the fires in the area.

A PLAYOFF ATMOSPHERE TO OPEN THE 2017 SEASON

KING HIGH: After their 2016 league title, the boys soccer team got the 2017 campaign in a non-league match against Redlands East Valley (REV) on Thursday, November 30.  It was, actually, the first game of the year for both schools. REV is one of the Inland Empire’s better program has been in the CIF finals

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – SHAE JOHNSON

Shae Johnson is coachable, a leader and the model athlete.  She is always positive, always cheering on her team and, when it comes time to get on her teammates, she does it in such a powerful way that its efficient and effective.  She is the perfect representation of what our program is all about. Written

GREAT EXPECTATIONS MET AND MISSED AT NATIONALS

PORTLAND, OREGON:    Expectations.  Whether they are internal or pressed upon them by others, they are the luggage athletes carry throughout their careers.  The best carry them well, or they learn to do so over time. Expectations of all variety accompany some 400 athletes to Portland, Oregon every December as Nike presents the National Championship (NXN)

PLAN-B ENDS UP HER A-GAME ON A NATIONAL STAGE

A brand new bag of golf clubs she got as a gift in 8th grade made the difference in Lauren Peurifoy’s sporting life.  As high school approached, the precocious middle schooler was already looking forward to high school and wondering what other sport beside soccer would be her thing.  Golf looked attractive. “My mom bought me some

MARISSA RITCHIE NAMED TCW WRESTLER OF THE WEEK

Photo by the Press Enterprise This past weekend, Junior MARISSA RITCHIE of ML King, competed at the tough Inland Empire Girls Season Opener up two weight classes from last season. Her bracket included a 2017 CIF state champion, a runner-up, and two additional state medalists. Seeded No. 3 at 111-pounds, Ritchie battle her way to the finals