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SPORTS PHYSICALS WILL BE ON CAMPUS

All RUSD athletes must have a doctor’s physical (and renew it every 12 months) to be cleared for competition and practice. The Riverside Sports Clinic will be on campus October 19 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM to help those who need to get this done. Cost is $25 cash.

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – TERI SPARKS

Teri Sparks is the Cheerleading Character Counts student.  Teri has been on Varsity cheer at King since her Freshmen year.  As a senior now, she leads the team as one of my captains.  She started cheering at the age of 7 years old and has been cheering ever since.  With her All Star team, she

KING CARDELL REIGNS AND WOLVES WIN

RIVERSIDE: Let it be known, senior Cardell Walder had a good night. A very good night. At the annual homecoming game against the Santiago Sharks, Cardell put the team on his back and carried the Wolves to their first league win, (1-0) and their first win since defeating hometown rival Poly several weeks back. For good measure,

All Teams Schedule: Week of October 10 – October 16

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for M L King High School, October 10 – October 16 MONDAY October 10, 2016 3:15 PM Girls Junior Varsity TennisPoly/Riverside SCHEDULE 3:15 PM Girls Varsity TennisPoly/Riverside SCHEDULE TUESDAY October 11, 2016 3:15 PM Girls Varsity TennisCorona SCHEDULE 3:15 PM Girls Freshman Volleyball @ Santiago/Corona SCHEDULE 3:15 PM

LADIES LEAD WITH WIN, KING RACES WELL

Results   Boys  Girls RIVERSIDE:  The CBU Lancer Classic, hosted in part by King High School moved to its third location in six seasons and held occupancy at the Riverside City Course.  After a bye-week, King welcomed the opportunity to race again and took well to the competition of fifteen schools; so much so that they were

‘PEAK’ ATHLETES HONORED AT HOMECOMING RALLY

As King High launches it’s PEAK program, “Promoting Educational Athletics at King“, each sports program is being encouraged to not only discuss the concept of “education-based” athletics, but to celebrate those student-athletes who exhibit the characteristics of the philosophy. At the Fall Sports rally, in conjunction with the football Homecoming Game, each of the head

DEFENSE IS OFFENSE IN WATER POLO WIN

NORCO: Take a look at the score – King 9 to Norco 5 – and you may see a lopsided game.  Not so. “It was a dogfight to the end” Coach Rahn said.  “Norco came ready to play and put a full press on us.  We started slow and sloppy but were able to come together and the

DIG PINK EVENT DRAWS TEARS AND A WIN

RIVERSIDE: Each year the girls volleyball team hosts a game they title “DIG PINK”.  In it, the team attempts to recognize people who have fought valiantly against breast cancer. The game is played for them and in their honor, and is an honorable event that draws attention to heroes in the community. In that context, the game can

6-0 TENNIS ROLLS OVER ROOSEVELT

RIVERSIDE: Coach Gagnon would admit that the opponent her girls faced on Thursday was not the strongest of the season, but the expectation of excellence and following the tradition the program has built over 17 years never wanes. Against the Broncos, the girls from King played well to win 14-4 and take their league record out

GOLF REBOUNDS NICELY WITH THREE WINS

After the close loss to Santiago, the Lady Wolves golf team got back to their winning ways and ended the week with three more victories.  They defeated Roosevelt 228 to 273 on Tuesday. In that game, Morgan Sjoerdsma and Rebecca Hawes each posted match low 42’s. Hailey Higginbotham recorded a match low score of 40, her Lowest