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TENNIS TAKES TWO MORE

On Tuesday, the Lady Wolves brought their “A” game to the tennis courts as they visited Temecula Valley for a challenge match of stiff competition and for the second match in a row since their season’s only loss, the girls won. With the entire match lasting a solid 4 hours, King players battled to the

GOLF WINS BIG 8 OPENER

On the fun and competitive Goose Creek course, the girls golf got the league season going with victorious play over Norco, 204 to 257. “The team enjoys playing at Goose Creek” said Coach Moorman, and perhaps that contributed to their win. The Sjoerdsma sisters, Morgan and Chandler, each carded 1 over par 36’s. Hailey Higginbotham posted a very

EACH PLAYING THEIR ROLE, THE WOLVES WIN

CORONA: The boys’ water polo team was busy over the weekend, playing five games in the Corona D4/D5 Tournament. All five games turned out to be winners for King and the Wolves went home tired but happy, carrying with them the Tournament Title and trophy. “The boys showed extremely good teamwork and were tough on both

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – KAYLEE CHRISTIE

Humble and Driven are two words that can easily be mentioned when talking about Kaylee Christie. Kaylee began her journey with the volleyball program on the freshmen team. Her enthusiasm was infectious but it was always focused on her teammates’ successes. She moved her way up to the JV team her sophomore year and started to

COOL BREEZE BRINGS RISING STARS

PASADENA:  The Cool Breeze Invitational, held on the Brookside Golf Club adjacent to the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, draws many of the finest cross country programs from across Southern California.  The last time that King competed at the meet was in 2016 and the good experience of running in the late afternoon and under the

NORCO COMES OUT HOT BUT COOLED BY KING IN THE END

The Lady Wolves Varsity Volleyball team (3-9) began BIg VIII league play on Thursday versus the Norco Cougars. The Lady Wolves won in straight sets, 25-16, 25-23, 25-18. The Cougars came out of the gates hot with a 11-4 lead behind strong serving and discipline defense. The Lady Wolves gained their footing as they strung

FORMER KING STANDOUT NOW COACHING AT UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS

Written by Rod Warren Garrett Swanson, class of 2012, and a Fresno State Bulldog grad has been selected as an assistant coach alongside former NFL coach Lovie Smith at the University of Illinois. While at King High, Swanson was named the football team’s Most Valuable Player – rare for a kicker – and was All

TENNIS FALLS TO MURRIETA VALLEY

MURRIETA  It’s a rarity, but on occasion, the girls’ tennis team drops a match to an opponent. It happened on Wednesday as they lost to Murrieta Valley, a good, D1 team. King’s Doubles team was uncharacteristically flat and did not play to their normal potential.  “I was disappointed in our Doubles performance” said Coach Gagnon.   “I

STILL LOOKING FOR A WAY THROUGH ADVERSITY

RIVERSIDE:  After spending a lot of time on the road, the Lady Wolves returned to play at home.  But, the outcome left them still working to find the winning combination in a loss versus Chaparral. The Lady Wolves Varsity Volleyball team (2-9) faced the Pumas of Chaparral High School (8-3) Tuesday night in their last

GOLF’S GOOD THING COMES TO AN END

After dueling with Great Oak HS last week and coming out on top, by a slim 3 strokes, the girls Golf team didn’t fare as well this week against GOHS and lost. The lady wolves had their 17 match win streak come to a close with a loss to a very tough Great Oak team.