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KING’S COMPASS POINTED IN THE DIRECTION OF “C”

RIVERSIDE:  Class, Character and Courage have been the three compass words of King High Track and Field ever since Coach John Corona took the helm of the program back in 2003.  Like the north star, the words — and more importantly the values embodied in them – have been the constant, guiding ideas of thousands

JV TOURNAMENT FOR THE WIN? YES PLEASE!

Written by Kevin LeDuc General Old Golf Course has served as the home course for the King Wolves over the past 15 years. It has always provided a nice home course advantage to the Wolves with its windy afternoons and rolling hills. King’s JV team though made a little history there though Tuesday when they

ADVERSITY BECOMES THE TUTOR IN THE SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS

Spend any time in the education system and you’ll likely have a great teacher.  It’s different for everyone, but that one instructor connected well, guided you to new horizons, or lit a fire that otherwise would not have been.  Good teachers have a way of delivering the “goods” in a way unlike others. For the

HOME COURT AND KING ENJOYS HUGE ADVANTAGE

RIVERSIDE:   Coach Harris’ tennis team rebounded from their loss to Santa Margarita with an overwhelming win in league, defeating Corona 18-0 on King’s home court. While Corona High wasn’t at the same level of talent as some of King’s recent opponents, the win was a win and something King was pleased to have. King didn’t

SLOW START ENDS IN 6-12 DEFEAT TO SANTA MARGARITA

On Friday, tennis played a non-league match against the Orange County school from Santa Margarita. King had a rough start to the match and despite a slow recovery, by the third set the deficit was too much to overcome and King dropped the match, 6-12, Jaeson Kim dominated in singles matches, but one man does

RASH’S RETURN TO RANCHO HEADLINES A GOOD DAY FOR KING TRACK

RANCHO BERNARDO, CA:  Looking back, the 2018 Rancho Bernardo Invitational (RBI) was a day that seemed to indicate the beginning of Reyte Rash’s ascendancy in the hurdle events.  After a good but not great sophomore year,  Reyte was unheralded at the 2018 RBI, but a couple of outstanding races stunned many, put him in the the

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – LANIE BAVIER

For four seasons now, Lanie Bavier has taken up the somewhat crazy event of pole vaulting and steadily become not just a more consistent athlete but a true leader, not just within her event group, but of the team as well.  Both of those attributes figure to be huge factors in what she will be contributing in the 2019

LOOKING FOR A SILVER LINING IN THE RED AND THE BLUES

Those dark clouds over the King gym on Thursday were as much a metaphor as they were real.  The boys’ volleyball team is weathering a storm of adversity this season and another tough loss on their home courts didn’t help. “It was a tough loss” said Head Coach Sondra Lough after falling to Norco 22-25, 25-27, 14-25.

BEARS PROVE TOUGH, WOLVES TOUGHER STILL

TEMECULA:  Boys lacrosse traveled to Temecula Valley on Monday to take on the Bears.   It was the Wolves’ 4th game in 8 days.  Temecula Valley entered the game with a record of  2-0, and King  2-1.  With a slow start King ended the first quarter with a 1-0 lead.  A strong second quarter saw the Wolves put

DIFFERENT FORMAT, SAME RESULT

Written by Kevin LeDuc The Wolves took on the Pumas of Chaparral Tuesday in a battle of two of the tougher teams in the Eastern Region of CIF. After tying the opening tournament of the year (The Wolves won on the tiebreak), and the Pumas beating the Wolves on Monday at the Poly Classic, both teams