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TENNIS GETS BACK ON TRACK

RIVERSIDE: With the most league titles of any team in King’s history, the girls tennis team’s recent loss to the Poly Bears was an uncommon occurrence . Winning with class and distinction is what Coach Gagnon’s successful program has been known for and they got back to that tradition on Wednesday with a dominating victory over Corona High, 17-1.

TOUGH LOSS AGAINST SANTIAGO

RIVERSIDE:  Volleyball entered it’s second round of Big 8 play and for King, the initial result was disappointing as the match and a chance at the league title by season’s end were dashed with the Santiago victory. The loss was a “tough one”, to use the words of Coach Sondra Lough, “especially for the seniors” as their chance at

GREAT EXECUTION TAKES KING TO 3-0

RIVERSIDE: The water polo team improved in the Big 8 league to a perfect 3-0 record on Tuesday as they defeated Roosevelt at home by a score of 11-7. “I am extremely happy with they way they (the team) executed early on in the game” Coach Rahn commented.  “It was a good win for us.” Andrew Serrano

SANTE GROSSI ACCEPTS ACADEMY PLACEMENT

It is with great honor and excitement to announce Martin Luther King senior Sante Grossi has committed to attend and play baseball for the United States Naval Academy. Sante and his family are very excited to pursue his dream of attending a prestigious service academy while reaching his goal of playing Division I Baseball. Sante

BEARS TAKE A BITE OUT OF KING’S SEASON

RIVERSIDE: Cross town rival Poly High,  played host to King’s tennis team that has enjoyed a relatively easy stretch through the Big 8 league of late, but found themselves up against the Bears who refused to give ground. The final score was a resounding 6-12 loss for King, putting them at 14-3 on the season. “Not our

WATER POLO TUNE UP SOUNDS GOOD

CORONA: The water polo team competed in a tournament over the weekend hosted by Corona High School dubbed “The Big 8 Tournament.”  Ironically, none of the Big 8 schools played one another.  The only loss came against Sonora High School from La Habra, 10-14. King’s opponents were five in number and saw King gain wins against

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