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KING BLOWN AWAY BY ROOSEVELT’S TALENT AND DEPTH

EASTVALE: The wind was blowing on Thursday, a hard wind that cut through Eastvale and blew away any hope that King track and field had that they might catch a break and beat the talented and deep squads of Roosevelt High.  Despite the best efforts of the Wolves, it just wasn’t enough to compete against

SECOND ROUND GOALS GET SERVED AT HILLCREST

RIVERSIDE:  The newest high school in Riverside is Hillcrest and they haven’t taken long to build one of the best, if not the best boys volleyball teams in the city.  Hillcrest sits in first place in the league and Coach Sondra Lough’s boys from King knew what they were up against as they rumbled westbound on

SPRING SIGNING INKS FOUR MORE COLLEGIATE ATHLETES

RIVERSIDE:  King High Athletics was pleased to present four more National Letter of Intent signers on Wednesday in the school’s theater.  Though smaller in number than the Fall and Winter events, the four brought the total of NLI athletes at King in 2017-18 to a total of 32. Carissa Avila, Cross Country and Track –

A SMALL SQUAD ON THE BIGGEST OF STAGES

photo of Reyte Rash by Chuck Utash It was perhaps one of the deepest and most competitive meets in the 51 year history of the Arcadia Invitational.  Arcadia is a Big Stage, if not the biggest, in all of the land for high school track and field.  Though it is always a residence of top

SERRANO AND KING SPLIT TITLES IN 14th RUNNING OF THE FROSH SOPH CLASSIC

Over the years, the King Soph/Frosh Classic has been known as a meet “Where the Stars of the Future Shine Today.” The 14th running of that event last Saturday did not disappointment as the action, both on the track and in the field, was intense and tight as youngsters battled for individual and team championships.

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – MATT HOWARD

Two of the mantras for this year’s swim team are to do the little things right and to show up for one another. Matt Howard is a guiding force behind accepting those principles and applying them each day. Matt Howard has always done things the right way. He is motivated to improve and excel in

WOLVES STEP UP AND OVER NORCO

RIVERSIDE:  For the third time in the last 5 days, the King track and field teams competed, and this time it was against Norco, a team that King has never lost to.  That win streak extended as the Wolves won easily, even while resting out some of the normal varsity scorers. Across the board, King

VOLLEYBALL NEVER FINDS RHYTHM, GETS BEAT

NORCO:  On the road, against Norco, Coach Lough knew her team was up against an imposing challenge. “Its tough winning on the road sometimes” she said, “but especially in Norco’s environment.” The Wolves would drop an important match in 4 sets, 20-25, 25-19, 17-25 and 19-25. Austin Kent played well with 23 digs on defense,

RESISTING TEMPTATION, TENNIS ROLLS

Photo for illustration The boys tennis team kept their league undefeated streak in tact over Centennial on Wednesday with a commanding 17-1 victory and moved their overall season record to 9-2. “It was a great day of competition” Coach Harris said, “We saw all teams do very well.” The only loss in the route was by

RASH, FRANK AND PFEIFFER WRITE HISTORY AT SANTIAGO

CORONA:  The track and field teams traveled to take on the Santiago Sharks in the first Big 8 league contest of the 2018 season.  After mixed results on Saturday at two different invitationals the Wolves competed in, coupled with a potentially good program at Santiago, there was some heightened anticipation over what the Sharks might