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MT.SAC BRINGS OUT THE BEST IN A FEW OF KING’S FINEST

TORRANCE:  The 60th Annual Mt.SAC Relays was held at El Camino College in Torrance and while most of the King track and field team was in Riverside for the City Championships, King did send a few of it’s top athletes to the three-day meet. On Friday night, the boys and girls distance crew sent 4×1600 relays

KING HOSTS THE CITY IN ANNUAL RAINCROSS TRADITION

RIVERSIDE:  King High played host to the city on Saturday, as the town came to Orangecrest to compete in the Raincross Tradition Track and Field Meet, otherwise known as the “The City Championships”. For the “home team,” it was a very good day. Kela Mavhera had perhaps the best day of all, as she went

VOLLEYBALL SMILING AGAIN AS IT AIMS TO FINISH WELL

File photo for illustration CORONA:  It’s not often one thinks about driving the 91 as a good thing, but it was just what the boys volleyball team needed as they took that over-crowded freeway to Corona and after three quick sets, were headed back home with a welcomed win in their pocket. After several hard

A WEEK OF WINNING LEAVES SWIM ONE FROM SHARE OF TITLE

Five meets in seven days did not deter the swimming and diving team from moving in to its final home meet of the season with enthusiasm, taking down Corona High School 132-38 for the girls and 111-55 for the boys. Swimming in some of their off events throughout the meet, the girls swept all events

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – LED SOTO

Led Soto is a big part of our inaugural 2018 Lacrosse season. I had the opportunity to meet, and coach, Led last year as a freshman on the King Frosh football team. Led played DB which is one of the positions I coached in the 2017 season. The first time I met Led he was

A RIVALRY NO MORE, KING GETS WHAT IT NEEDS AGAINST CORONA

CORONA:  In the second to last Big 8 meet of the season and one week after the Wolves lost to Roosevelt – the only loss on the season thus far – King Track and Field traveled to Corona to try and get back to their winning ways and secure the “runner-up” spot in the league

REMATCH WITH ROOSEVELT DROPS KING’S WAY

During the first half of the Big 8 season, Kevin LeDuc’s young squad of golfers dropped their match against Roosevelt.  On Wednesday at the Goose Creek Course in Jurupa Valley the Wolves returned the favor in the rematch and won a close battle, 200-209. “It puts us both into a tie for second place” LeDuc said. 

SANTIAGO IS ON POINT, TAKES KING IN THREE SETS

Pat Summit, the great women’s basketball coach who won 1,098 victories at the helm of the University of Tennessee basketball program once said, “Winning is fun, sure, but winning is not the point.  Wanting to win is the point. Not giving up is the point. Never letting up is the point, never being satisfied is

STRONG SHOWINGS END WEEK OF STRONG COMPETITION

MURRIETA: Because of overall team fatigue-especially after a dual meet with Roosevelt that demanded a full-on effort from the entire team-and the need to heal up injuries and aches and pains, it was decided by the King coaching staff to back off of major team participation in the Inland Empire Championships for 2018 on Saturday.

DOG FIGHT LEAVES WOLVES WOUNDED

CORONA: The boys volleyball team was on the road again on Friday and again, faced a tough opponent in Centennial High School.  The Huskies got the upper hand from the first set and defeated the Wolves in four sets. “We had another tough opponent” said head coach Sondra Lough.  The defeat leaves King at 2-7