rss_feed Latest News

HUSKIES WRESTLE THE TITLE FROM KING’S HANDS

Photo by the Press Enterprise The “Mat Kings” as they are called, had a wild match against Centennial on Tuesday.  Despite some great pins by King’s lighter weights and a quick and seemingly insurmountable lead, the Huskies came back to win. The early-match pins for King came by way of Frank Abacherli (113), David Ritchie (126),

MISSED OPPORTUNITY POINTS TO NEXT ONE

File photo by the Press Enterprise RIVERSIDE:  The Centennial Huskies and the Roosevelt Mustangs sit atop the Big 8 League in Boys Basketball just as they did at the end of last season, both sharing a split of the league title in 2016. That history gave the coaches from King a hunch on Tuesday night

RE-CORONATION ON HOLD FOR CORONA-CENTENNIAL

RIVERSIDE: Centennial High, the defending Big 8 League champs,  came to King High School’s field on Tuesday, and with them, they carried some momentum and only one loss on the season. All that changed over the course of the game, as King handed them their second loss and put a dent in their attempt at a

MORE HISTORY BEING MADE BY LADY WOLVES

Written by Jesus Martinez CORONA: The Lady Wolves went into last night’s game vs. Centennial with an opportunity to do something historic. Something they hadn’t done in over three years: beat Centennial … on their court … in league.  Centennial hadn’t lost a game in league this season and were atop of the BIG VIII with a record

PEAK QUALITIES ON DISPLAY IN CENTENNIAL TIE

File Photo by Sydney Hernandez The score at the end of the game against Centennial was a 1-1 tie, but that’s not really what the story is about.  It hides a bigger victory that Coach Kuderman is beginning to witness. King opened the game with eight players out on injury, which significantly effected the starting

KING COACHES, A.D.’s HONORED BY RIVERSIDE SPORT HALL OF FAME

Written by John Corona This past Saturday, January 21, four long time members of the Martin Luther King High athletic department were inducted onto the Riverside Sports Hall of Fame (RSHOF) “Wall of Distinction.” 14 year Athletic Director Tony Masi; King’s first baseball coach, Rich Graves ; Girls Tennis coach Becky Gagnon and boys and

POLY DEFEATS KING IN AMERICA’S FINEST CITY

Photo Courtesy of Press Enterprise SAN DIEGO: While long time residents of Riverside may lay claim to it being a fine city to live in, the official title of “America’s Finest City” belongs to San Diego. It was there, that two of Riverside’s finest water polo teams traveled and competed in the America’s Finest City Tournament

PAST MEETS PRESENT AND ITS A WIN

RIVERSIDE:  15 years ago the very young, very new King High Basketball program demonstrated that a school doesn’t need to be old in order to be good.  Under the leadership of head coach Tim Sweeney and behind the “State Player of the Year” play of Marvin Lea, that group, in just the third year of King’s existence made history

BACK TO THEIR WINNING WAYS

CORONA:  The Lady Wolves basketball team got back on track Thursday night with a 81 to 33 win over Corona H.S. at Corona H.S.  The game started slowly, with the Lady Wolves giving up 11 quick points to Corona in the first five minutes of the game. But after a quick timeout and a few adjustments,

LAST SECOND GOAL GIVES CORONA THE WIN

CORONA: King’s girls traveled to Corona for a Big 8 league match and found the Panthers a worthy opponent who were able to shut down any offense the Lady Wolves could muster.  Corona earned a 1-0 victory, leaving King with a 10-7-1 record on the season. Corona came out fast and aggressive.  King’s goalie, Clarissa Ramirez