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COACH GAGNON A FINALIST FOR NATIONAL HONOR

The King Athletic  department just received word  that Girls Tennis Coach Becky Gagnon is one the 50 national finalists for the Positive Coaches Alliance (PCA) “Double Goal” Coach of the Year. The PCA is a national organization dedicated to what athletics can help bring to kids through positive coaching role models and the standards they set

EAGLES SERVE UP DIFFICULTY FOR KING

The King Wolves Boys Volleyball team showed some of their best play at the net all season.  Unfortunately, it didn’t come until the third set and the lads weren’t able to sustain that energy the rest of the match. The La Sierra Eagles are currently third place. “I really felt we had the momentum going into the fourth

GIRLS WIN IT WITH THEIR LAST MINUTE

RIVERSIDE:  It takes about 3 hours to finish a track meet, but in the last dual of the season yesterday, the last minute was all that mattered. A lot was on the line in the last lap of the last event.  9th grader Raykiyat Olukoju got the baton for the final leg of the 4×400

NLI CEREMONY CLOSES BIG YEAR ATHLETICALLY

For the third time in this school year, King Athletics held a “National Letter of Intent” signing ceremony on Wednesday and it capped a year of excellence in which numerous King athletes indicated their intent to compete in college. In front of an audience of parents, teachers, coaches and administrators, another 14 put their names onto

NORCO WINS BUT KING MAKES THEM EARN IT

NORCO:  After an convincing win over Corona last week, the boys’ volleyball team knew they were facing a tough opponent, the Norco Cougars.  Norco is currently 2nd place in league. King came out strong playing tough all around staying with the Cougars point for point.  At the end of the first set the Wolves lost a

CHASE COLUNGA HIGHLIGHTS A TWO-FER FOR THE WOLVES

The Inland Empire Championships hosted at The Country Club at Soboba Springs, coincided with a makeup rain out match between King and Centennial on Monday. This forced the Wolves to split their squad and send several varsity and JV players to both events. The IE Championships is a unique individual tournament, similar to CIF. The Wolves

LOOKING FOR THE BACK DOOR TO SUCCESS

RIVERSIDE:  Success in sports can come in a variety of forms; it isn’t confined to a singular path as if there is just one way to get there. Sometimes, there’s another way to success and sometimes it’s by exposing oneself to what success really, really looks like.  Sometimes success can be found by looking at it, playing

BOYS FINISH SECOND AT IE CHAMPIONSHIPS

MURRIETA:  The Inland Empire Championships held yearly at Vista Murrieta High School is a competitive meet that brings together most of the track and field programs across the Inland Empire.  King had a good day, in fact, the varsity boys finished second among all team, trailing only the perennial State power, and host of the

GOLF GOES FROM “WORST” TO “BEST” IN ONE DAY

A day after the Wolves staggered to a 2 stroke victory over Santiago in what could only be described as a lucky win, everything changed the next day. The Wolves came out against Norco High School and played their best golf of the entire season. “We worked really well together today” senior Evan Chavez said.

SWIM FLIPS THE SCRIPT ON CENTENNIAL, SETS UP SANTIAGO SHOWDOWN

RIVERSIDE:  Sharing the Boys 2018 Big 8 League title last season was good, but Coach Leisha Masi’s team was hungry for something more. So the rematch in 2019 on Wednesday night at King High’s pool – on Senior Night to boot – was highly anticipated. Senior Jamie Cechini reflected many sentiments, saying “It was a special