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VOLLEYBALL GETTING A CLEARER PICTURE

RIVERSIDE:  On Wednesday, September 11th, the Lady Wolves hosted Citrus Valley in a non-league match up. The Lady Wolves were victorious in straight sets, 25-19, 25-15, 25-20. King was coming off a busy week where they split two four set matches at home, and competed in a two day tournament, finishing 9th overall and winning

POLY SLIPS BY KING IN RIVALRY GAME

Written by Eric-Paul Johnson for the Press Enterprise Photo by Terry Pierson RIVERSIDE — It was 9 o’clock at night, but Riverside Poly quarterback Budd Bernie saw daylight. Bernie scrambled for a 17-yard touchdown with two minutes remaining in the game, as Riverside Poly overcame multiple turnovers and penalties to eke out a 20-17 victory

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – KEVIN SHEARER

I have nominated junior Kevin Shearer for our character counts selection from the boys water polo team due to the fantastic set of character SKILLS in which he lives by.  He quickly established himself as a leader for our team by creating a positive, competitive atmosphere through his great attitude and work ethic. He leads

TIGERS TAKE THE WOLVES BY THE TAIL, SUFFER THE INEVITABLE

When taking on a program like what the girls tennis team has been for twenty years, opponents must feel some degree of trepidation just stepping on the court. You know, like here comes trouble. When you can count the number of defeats King has suffered in 20 years on less than two hands, schools know

RIVALRY NIGHT IN RIVERSIDE!

On Saturday night King football will take on rival Riverside Poly  at 7:00 PM, at Ramona High School Stadium.  Please bring your family to the game and cheer on Head Coach Pat McCarthy as he leads the Wolves on to victory! Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students without ASB cards.  Students who have purchased an

KING’S B-GAME GOOD ENOUGH FOR AN “A” OVER POLY

RIVERSIDE:  In a week in which the cross-town Riverside schools are matching up in a host of Fall sports, King’s girls golf squad did their part to keep the Bears at bay in the city rivalry. King didn’t have their A game on display, but it was still good enough to defeat Poly 241 to

LITTLE MERRIMENT AND MIRTH IN WIN OVER YUCAIPA

RIVERSIDE:  King allowed seven goals in the first half to the visiting Thunderbirds of Yucaipa, but were able, in the end, to pull away for the win, 10-8. Usually a win is grounds for nothing but merriment and mirth, but when the season is young, there is much more to be had than a number

KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON

RIVERSIDE:  Rivalries are great if they produce close, tight and spirited contests.  If the score is lopsided, as it was yesterday for the Wolves girls tennis team who dispatched the Poly Bears by a score of 15-3, one might be tempted to dismiss the “rivalry” and reclassify it as just another match. But rivalries, despite

PRESENT, FUTURE AND PAST CLASH AT KING INVITATIONAL

RIVERSIDE:  Hosting their annual King Invitational at the Canyon Crest Country Club in Riverside, the girls golf team got a present-tense look at what the future might hold. It looks as challenging as a dog leg, par five bounded by three bunkers. King tied Great Oak for second among the 12 teams that played, but

TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS, TENNIS WINS PETE BROWN TOURNEY

King Tennis had an amazing weekend as they dominated at the 2019 Pete Brown “First Serve Girls High School Team Tournament. Match play began against Rosemead, where singles players, Katie Lucius, Samantha Quezada, and Bella Doup -Connor and doubles teams of Jaslyn Gines/Hyunjin Rheem, Seeta Patel/Thais Olvera, and Jenny Noh/Erica Zomalt all took care of