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QUALITY EFFORT DESPITE THE LOSSES MAKES MAPES HAPPY

CORONA: Santiago got the first ball in the net to take an early advantage in the Big 8 League rivalry game against the boys from King, but Leo Mendez of King tied the score in the 30th minute and the two squads went to half locked a 1-1. But Santiago pulled away in the second

CONFIDENCE IS GROWING, EVEN AFTER TWO LOSSES

The girls soccer team had been rolling this season amassing a handful of ties amid no losses through the half-way point.  But that was before running into two worthy opponents at the end of last week in Centennial and Riverside-Poly. In the Big 8 Centennial match up, it was was 0-0 at halftime but Centennial was able

INDIVIDUAL SUCCESS FOUND IN THE MIDDLE OF A TOUGH LOSS

CORONA:  After dispatching Corona High School earlier in the week quite easily, King’s wrestlers faced one of their toughest league opponent on Thursday in the form of Centennial. King lost as a team but the meet highlighted the greatness a few individual King wrestlers. Phil Saucedo (Riverside County champion), Frank Abacherli (ranked 15th in State

KING SHINES IN AMERICA’S FINEST CITY TOURNAMENT

Written by Eric-Paul Johnson, the Press Enterprise SAN DIEGO:  The King and Rosary girls water polo teams squared off in the second round of the America’s Finest City Tournament on Friday night, and they might’ve provided a sneak peak at the possible CIF Southern Section Division 3 final. The division’s top-ranked teams waged an intense

GIRLS BASKETBALL KNOCKS OFF CENTENNIAL IN BIG 8 SHOWDOWN

Written by Landon Negri for the Press Enterprise CORONA: In this case, going “one and done” was a good thing for basketball terms. King’s girls basketball team took advantage of a big rebounding advantage while limiting Centennial’s second-chance points, and the Wolves rode that to a 58-44 victory over the host Huskies in a Big

KING VICTORIOUS OVER CORONA ON THE HARDWOOD

Both the boys and girls basketball teams took on Corona High School on Wednesday and both teams ended up winning handily. The Lady Wolves improved to 3-0 in league with a decisive victory.  Nyah Moran led all scorers with 16 points and 4 assists.  Alexis Mead contributed yet another double-double, adding 11 points and 10 assists. The boys

CALM, FAST AND WINNING. PLAIN AND SIMPLE

RIVERSIDE: “It’s all about keeping yourself level-headed and calm” said junior, Kaila Martin. “Calm play becomes fast play and fast play wins games, plain and simple.” Martin’s description of her team’s play on the soccer season is an indication of growing confidence the team is showing as thus far, they have yet to lose. Corona

A WELL ROUNDED TEAM AND WINNING WELL

RIVERSIDE:  In the second game of the Big 8 season, the girls water polo team took on  Centennial High School and won in a wallop, 17-3. Winning has been this group’s way thus far in the 2019-2020 campaign as they have amassed an impressive record of 15-3 and are 2-0 in the league. “The whole team

ATHLETIC PHYSICALS TO BE ON CAMPUS ON THURSDAY

Athletics is hosting a physical clinic this Thursday, 1/16/20, at 3 PM in room H110, the cost is $20. The Athletic Clearance packets (blank copies located in A224) must be filled out by a parent/guardian before attending the clinic.

HOME TURF LEAGUE BATTLE ENDS IN A TIE

RIVERSIDE: Head coach Dave Smith knew that league rival Roosevelt was going to be a tough battle and so he planned to lean on his starting lineup more than usual. “I appreciate all of the girls understanding that some games may limit the opportunity for playing time for all girls” he said after those starters