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GOOD HABITS LEAD TO GOOD RESULTS AS KING TOPPLES CORONA

RIVERSIDE:  After a successful trip to the Bay Area over Christmas break, the Wolves returned home to resume the Big 8 League Season and defeated Corona High by a score of 50-46. “We won this game with aggressive, disciplined defense and aggressive, disciplined offense” said coach Mark Vanta. The game plan was to focus on the

BASKETBALL IS ROLLIN’

Written by and photo by Jesus Martinez Over the holiday break, the Lady Wolves captured their 6th straight Ramona Holiday Classic Championship. They beat Heritage, Notre Dame, San Jacinto and Rosemead to obtain the title. Yesterday, the Lady Wolves took that holiday spirit into continued league competition.  King was back on the road to take on

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – KAYCIE BRADSHAW

Kaycie Bradshaw, the player with heart. Not only for the game but for her team mates. I have seen moments when the game is all but lost and Kacey is still swimming the length of the pool, pumping up her team. To me, this is one of the strongest qualities of a leader. To never

BOYS EARN SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD IN BAMBAUER TOURNAMENT

KENTFIELD, CA: The boys varsity basketball team took a road trip to northern California after Christmas to compete in the Bambauer Tournament hosted by Marin Catholic High School.  The team ended up going 2-2 in the tournament, but more importantly were able to impress their hosts with great play and great sportsmanship. “We lost to

THIRD AT SAN GORGONIO AND GROWING

Like the boys’ team, the girls soccer program competed in the San Gorgonio Tournament at the end of last week.   The girls would finish third place. They opened the tourney with a 2-1 victory over Bloomington High School.  Kaylee Hauck and Andi Hanjie led the scoring for the Wolves. Rancho Cucamonga, who would go on

SOCCER PLACES SECOND IN SAN-G TOURNEY

While most are on vacation, the boys soccer team was busy the last couple of days playing five games and winning four of them in the San Gorgonio tournament.  Unfortunately, that one loss was in the final against Vista Murrieta by a narrow margin, 0-1. Scoring hadn’t been a problem for the Wolves to that

BRIAN WEST (’19) JOINS BIG BROTHER AT UCR BASEBALL

Baseball outfielder Brian West was announced by UC Riverside as a recently signed member of their 2019 recruiting class. West is the younger brother of Kevin, who is a pitcher for UCR and also a King High graduate.  Both boys are the sons of Principal Mike West. The UC Riverside coach is the former MLB pitcher, Troy

ROOSEVELT RIDES IN AND BACK OUT WITH A WIN

RIVERSIDE:  The Roosevelt Mustangs rode into town and gave King all they could handle on Thursday night.  Despite a good start for the home team Wolves, Roosevelt rode right back out with a resounding victory, 58-41. King played a very good first half, which was encouraging to the coaching staff. “We had a great first

FIRST TWO LEAGUE GAMES ARE A KEEPER

Photo for illustration only. Over the last three days, King opened up the Big 8 League run with back to back shutouts. “The defense and goal keepers have been playing outstanding.  Hopefully we can continue this momentum in January” said head coach Todd Mapes. In fact, King has two of the best goal keepers in

SOCCER PLAYS THE KING OF HEART

EASTVALE:  After a tough loss to co-leaders of the Big 8 Norco High on Tuesday,   the specter of heading over to Eastvale to take on the other leader of the league in Roosevelt was a daunting one for the girls’ soccer team on Thursday. But the schedule called for it and so they went and battled for the second time in