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STUDENT-ATHLETES SIGN OFF ON COLLEGE PICKS

Three more King High Student-Athletes signed their “National Letter of Intent” this morning. Leeza Poselski, an outstanding volleyball player and equally talented scholar will be attending the Ivy League school of Dartmouth in New Hampshire. Jordan Marez who played for Coach Todd Mapes in soccer will be at Oberlin next year. Breanna Fatten, a four

LAUREN VITORT EARNS US-SCHOLASTIC ALL AMERICAN HONORS

Written by Leisha Clendenen Congratulations to Lauren Vitort who earned the status of United States Swimming’s Scholastic All-American recognition. Lauren is King’s current school record holder in the 200 and 500 freestyle, the 200 individual medley, the 200 medley relay and the 400 free relay. She was also a Big VIII league record holder and

RESPECT AND SPORTSMANSHIP ON DISPLAY ON SENIOR NIGHT

RIVERSIDE: King honored it’s senior class players on Tuesday night in their home gym as the Big 8 season draws to a close.  Their opponent was Norco, a team that stands in contrast to the 17-5 season that the Wolves have amassed. The 65-44 win by the Wolves was somewhat expected, but Coach Dietz and Coach Vanta

MATH EXPLAINS POST-SEASON; CHARACTER REVEALS THE RESPONSE

NORCO: The girls’ soccer team traveled to Corona to play the Cougars of Norco on Tuesday and missed on a couple of chances early to take the advantage and ultimately fell to their opponent.  The loss pushes King from consideration for post-season play, but Coach Kuderman used the opportunity to remind his players that it is

AARON LEADS KING TO DOORSTEP OF LEAGUE TITLE

Written By: Jesus Martienz.  Photo by The Press Enterprise NORCO: The Lady Wolves traveled to Norco High on Tuesday to face the Cougars.  After a tough, hard fought game, the Lady Wolves prevailed with a final score of 66 to 59. The Lady Wolves established a small five point lead at the end of the first quarter. 

JUNIOR KRAHN GETS MORE PRESS

Photo Credit: Stuart Palley Bleacherreport.com  has done a follow-up story on the journey that Junior Krahn (class of 2016) is taking to make it in college football. Here’s the link, check out the video!

KING FEELING THE BITE OF SHARKS AND INJURIES

  RIVERSIDE: The injuries King has sustained in the last half of the season were felt again on Thursday against the Santiago Sharks.  While the girls from King were understaffed against their opponents, they did not relinquish the drive of a champion and the desire to excel despite the odds. “We had no real game plan

WOLVES STILL STINGY WITH GOALS, BEAT SANTIAGO

In the first six games of the Big 8 season, King’s soccer team has played exceptionally stingy, giving up only one goal in that span and shutting out Santiago on Thursday to keep their dominance on the field and in the net going. The final score was 3-0. King is 5-0-1 in the Big 8

ALUMNI RECONNECT – RAELYN WERLEY

Since King High opened its doors in 1999, thousands of student-athletes have traveled these hallways, enjoying and developing the talents given them at birth.  For some that was cutting through water like fish, or shooting three-pointers, or running a mile faster than five minutes or landing a well-placed birdie on the golf course.  For others

HUSKIES WRESTLE THE TITLE FROM KING’S HANDS

Photo by the Press Enterprise The “Mat Kings” as they are called, had a wild match against Centennial on Tuesday.  Despite some great pins by King’s lighter weights and a quick and seemingly insurmountable lead, the Huskies came back to win. The early-match pins for King came by way of Frank Abacherli (113), David Ritchie (126),