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SANTIAGO SHUT OUT IN SOCCER

RIVERSIDE: On a cool and damp evening, the Sharks of Santiago swam into trouble against King and returned to Corona having lost 0-1. King scored two minutes into the game on a diving header by Miguel Macias from a cross by Roberto Galindo.  The point was the only one needed for King to secure the win. This, despite

AARON GETS SOME PRESS ENTERPRISE INK

Photo by Stan Lim, Press Enterprise Shalexxus Aaron, King’s leading senior who has been a big reason for King’s 17-0 start to the 2016-2017 season has been featured in the Press Enterprise. You can read the article here.

GIRLS CONTINUE TO ROLL DURING WINTER BREAK

By Jesus Martinez.  Photo courtesy of Press Enterprise During the first week of the new year, the girls basketball team played two non league games at King High School.  The first was against Rancho Verde and King won 68 to 32.  Shalexxus Aaron and Raya Smith led the Lady Wolves with 28 and 16 points respectively.  The game was close at

BATTLE OF WOOD ROAD GOES KING’S WAY

On Thursday, January 5, the new year renewed it’s somewhat annual battle of Wood Road as King and Citrus Hill High School – less than two miles south of King on Wood Road – have for the last ten years staged friendly contests in a variety of sports.  The Hawks have their program strengths, and

MADISON STAMEN LEADS KING TO LEAGUE OPENER WIN

By Andrew Serrano.  Photo courtesy of Press Enterprise The opening of the Big 8 league season for girls water polo began on Saturday, January 7 against Rival Santiago. King’s Madison Stamen swiftly put King up 1-0 before the first minute. A stellar defense by King kept Santiago at bay as Stamen scored two more goals,

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – ALYSHA WRIGHT

Alysha Wright has been a member of the varsity girls basketball team for 4 years.  Her commitment, hard work, maturity and dedication throughout these four years have earned her numerous recognition within our program and league.  She has been captain for the last 3 years and is one of the most respected members of our

A LASTING IMPRESSION MADE IN SAN FRANCISCO

SAN FRANCISCO:  The boys’ basketball team traveled to San Francisco to play in a Marin Catholic Bambauer Tournament over Christmas break. Of course, no trip to the City by the Bay would be complete without actually stopping to see the famous sights, and that, the team did.  They toured and enjoyed Lombard Street, walked the Golden Gate

TENNIS FINISHES RANKED THIRD IN INLAND EMPIRE; EMILY WANG FIRST TEAM

Photo by Stan Lim, Press Enterprise Coach Gagnon’s impressive tennis program earned another accolade, finishing third of all Inland Empire teams.  Click here to see the full rankings. Emily Wang was chosen by the Press Enterprise as First Team All Inland Empire.

LAUREN PEURIFOY NAMED PRESS ENTERPRISE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Photo by Stan Lim, Riverside Press Enterprise After a tremendous season of accomplishment and improvement over her freshman year in the sport of cross country, the Riverside Press Enterprise has named Lauren Peurifoy (Sophomore) their Athlete of the Year for girls cross country.  She finished 25th at the Nike National meet, second at the California

OPPORTUNITY BORN FROM CHALLENGE

RIVERSIDE:  The Ladies soccer team took an unusual approach to the week and to the game at home against Redlands East Valley (REV). “We came into this game after taking four days off with no training and the day before the game, we hit our second session of speed treadmill training and plyometrics” Coach Brian Kuderman said.