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KING BRINGS A-GAME TO PLAN-B IN SAN FRANCISCO

SAN FRANCISCO:  The plan since last May had been to travel to Monterey’s “Early Bird Invitational” but brush fires in the last two weeks precipitated the host school canceling the meet and leaving King searching for a “back up plan”. Fortunately for the 52 athletes scheduled to make the trip, the Lowell Invitational in San

All Teams Schedule: Week of September 12 – September 18

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for M L King High School, September 12 – September 18 MONDAY September 12, 2016 TBA Girls Varsity Volleyball @ San Clemente – Dave MOHS Tournament SCHEDULE 8:00 AM Girls Varsity GolfKing Invitational Canyon SCHEDULE TUESDAY September 13, 2016 3:15 PM Girls Varsity Tennis @ Great Oak High

POLY TAKES WATER POLO TO THE DEEP END

RIVERSIDE: In his first official match at the helm of the boys water polo program, Chad Rahn not only found himself pitted against the cross town rival Poly High, but in that opponent, up against a team that quickly exposed King’s lack of depth. “We couldn’t match their depth, especially in the second-half when we ran into foul trouble”

TENNIS KEEPS IMPROVING WITH EACH MATCH

RIVERSIDE: They started 0-2 against two of the top teams in the CIF, but Coach Becky Gagnon was aware that despite the losses, her group of players was learning with each contest and taking away nuggets of understanding that would be of value going forward. With a second-straight win in the same week, this time against Vista

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – REBECCA HAWES

Rebecca Hawes is a junior at King.  She has been on the varsity since her freshman year. She is one of the team’s co-captains this year.  Her strong work ethic is just one of the reasons she has lead the team in scoring the past two years. Not only does she constantly challenge herself on the

STATE CHAMPS OBSCURE KING’S STRENGTH ON THE GOLF COURSE

BREA: At the challenging course of Royal Vista in Brea Canyon, the girls golf team had a very competitive opponent in Walnut HS, and came out on the losing end, 215-182. (In golf, low score wins).  King’s record is now 2-1. Morgan Sjoerdsma and Rebecca Hawes had outstanding rounds, both shooting a 41 for 9 holes.

WOLVES CLAW BACK TO CONTENTION AGAINST CHAPARRAL

RIVERSIDE:  King High’s gymnasium was the site of volleyball’s first home match and second of the year.  The Pumas of Chaparral High School came to town and served up a quality three sets of competition. King fell behind in the first set by a score of 12-25 but redeemed their day with two hard-fought matches to

TENNIS HOLDS COURT AND THE VERDICT IS VICTORY

RIVERSIDE:  After opening the 2016 season falling to two of the toughest opponents of the season, the girls’ tennis team put together a full team effort on Tuesday to best the Pumas of Chaparral High School and move the Wolves into the win column. “We saw some definite improvement in our mental endurance and ability to adjust to

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – DAVID ROMERO

In the time I have known David Romero he has gone above and beyond the expectation of being an athlete. He has always led by example with an awesome work ethic and great attitude. He is the first to volunteer to help when no one else does and consistently encourages his teammates with positive values. His determination and

SECOND HALF CHALLENGES IN FOOTBALL OPENER

Photo credit: Scott Padgett Photography TEMECULA: Great Oak High School and King have a lot in common.  Both are relatively new schools, both are known for strong academics and excellence, both have a “wolf” in their mascot and both are adorned in red, white and blue.  At home football games, both schools are somewhat famous for their