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CALL ‘EM THE COMEBACK KIDS

RIVERSIDE:  In their game against Norco two days ago, the Wolves fell behind in the first two sets, then mounted a valiant effort to stage a comeback, but ultimately fell just short in the final set. That narrative seemed to be playing out yet again on their home court Thursday against Roosevelt, but this time, the stormed

GROUPED UP AND UNDEFEATED

Corona:  The camaraderie and positive leadership that Coach Harris has seen from his tennis team this season has them in the driver’s seat of the league and underscores the fact that solid character and integrity often create victories in the games we play. In a 12-6 victory over Santiago High School yesterday, King improved to

NORCO MEET GOES SWIMMINGLY FOR KING

File Photo Written by Leisha Clendenen The Wolves Aquatics team maintained their focus and consistency this week against the Norco Cougars, taking the meet at each of the four levels by a healthy margin. With most swimmers taking on their “off” events, best times were still to be had and improvements were still made throughout.

RAIN DOESN’T DAMPEN KING’S REIGN

CORONA: King High has never lost to Norco at any level in either boys or girls track through the entire history of the two schools’ membership in the Big 8 League, and despite rain that shortened the meet by a few events at the end, it wasn’t enough to interrupt the win streak. King had

HAVING FUN AND LEADING WELL INTO SECOND ROUND

CORONA:  King traveled to face Centennial and very similarly to their last Big 8 match, they won easily with a final score of 16-2. “It’s good to see them having fun and playing well” Coach Shaun Harris said after the match.   Junior David Garcia swept his games, 6-0, 6-2, 6-0 and doubles team Daniel Gerges and

COMEBACK EFFORT FALLS JUST SHORT

RIVERSIDE: “Losses like this sting” said coach Lough following her boys’ team loss to Norco in five sets. “I hope the lesson is to be more prepared mentally and in this league, this year, it has been a year of upsets.” Norco came out with a game plan that really hurt King in the 1st

ADVERSITY, RAIN, AND NORCO ARE OVERCOME BY GOLF TEAM

NORCO:  At the Goose Creek course in Norco, King’s golf team took on the Cougars and fought to a solid, but close win, 202-237, with low score the winner in the sport of golf. King had to play without it’s top scorer this year so things started out rocky but the team rebounded and were able to

ALUMNI RECONNECT – SARAH COSTLOW

This is the seventh edition of an ongoing feature of King High alums who excelled in sports while at King and then went on to compete at the collegiate level. Our goal is to inspire our current student-athletes at King to work hard, see the possibilities that are out there and advance to the collegiate level

TRACK EARNS SWEEPSTAKES TROPHY AT CHINO RELAYS

Written by John Corona CHINO:  In what has become  the annual splitting of the King track team-the field events-sprints and hurdlers competing on one weekend  and the distance kids competing at the Meet of Champions in Azusa on another, the Wolves made their way to the 68th Annual Chino Relays this past Saturday. Since 1949,

PEPSQUADS ADVANCE TO NATIONALS

All Pepsquad teams went to a Regionals competition this past weekend and won overall Champions for Cheer, Pom and Mascots. All 8 teams have qualified for Nationals in Vegas in April.  Here are a few pictures of our day.