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PROFILE IN CHARACTER – JENNA BERNATH

On birthdays or Christmas we give gifts.  Though at times the practice can be reduced to an obligatory act, at its best, giving is really at the heart of grace, its the glue that holds people together and spotlights the beautiful amid the mess. To those of us in cross country, when we first met Jenna Bernath we feared she

A BOUNCE BACK MATCH PUTS KING BACK TO USUAL

RIVERSIDE: After a loss to Mater Dei earlier in the week, King wasted no time getting back to their “usual” — winning — on Thursday, beating Temecula Valley handily, 17-1. Katie Lucius, Samantha Quezada and Bella Doup-Conner went undefeated, while  Doubles teams of Seeta Patel/Thais Olvera, Jaslyn Gines/Hyunjin Rheem were also 3-0. Jenny Noh and Erica Zomalt

VOLLEYBALL DROPS TOUGH BATTLE TO ROOSEVELT

EASTVALE:  On Wednesday, September 18th, the Lady Wolves traveled to battle the Mustangs of Roosevelt High School in a Big VIII league match up. The Lady Wolves were upset in 5 sets, 25-23, 25-17, 25-27, 13-25, 12-15. Kaili Vandenberg led King with 13 kills and 6 digs. Breonne Benoit had 2 aces, 11 kills and

CROSS COUNTRY TAKES A SEAT ON THE STRUGGLE BUS

RIVERSIDE:  The first Big 8 meet of the season saw King take a front row seat on the struggle bus.  They got on at Andulka Park in Riverside and it didn’t take long to become a wild and bumpy ride. The JV girls were the first to take the line and inexplicably, midway through the race, the

A ROYAL CLASH GOES THE WAY OF THE MONARCHS

MATER DEI HIGH SCHOOL: King’s tennis team traveled into the OC on Wednesday; the domain of many of the CIF Southern Section’s tennis powers.  One of those are the Monarchs of Mater Dei, which made their match with King a bit like two sovereigns in a turf battle. For the record, King lost and the Monarchs

MUSTANGS RUN AWAY WITH THE WIN

That scheduled contest between King and Roosevelt’s girls golf teams arrived yesterday, and for King it came with the foreboding that was previewed last weekend in the King Tournament that Roosevelt won. They won again yesterday, handing King it’s first loss in league in 3 years.  The score was 191 – 210. “The girls could not overcome

TENNIS PROVES IT’S BETTER TO GIVE THAN RECEIVE

King tennis played the Murrieta Mesa Rams on Monday and overwhelmed their opponent.  But the way they did it is the real story. Literally, every singles and doubles team defeated their cross-net opposition and contributed to the Wolves’ dominating performance and resultant win. It wasn’t much of a contest, really. “Every varsity player of the 14

NORCO UNSETTLES KING IN BIG 8 OPENER

RIVERSIDE;  Norco came to town on Monday and left town victorious in the first Big 8 League contest of 2019. King’s volleyball squad was unable to withstand the high-level play of the Cougars and the the Lady Wolves fell in 3 sets, 16-25, 24-26, 20-25. The Wolves were led in kills by Breonne Benoit with

IMPROVEMENT IS THE HIGHLIGHT IN EASY WIN OVER NORCO

 Chandler Sjoerdsma and Jennifer Gouisikul led all scores with cards of 38 and 39 respectively and paced the girls golf team to the win over Big VIII rival Norco 223-285. King’s record improves to 5-1. Such a gap in the score can create the tendency among some to let up, to go easy and enjoy an unpressed competition.