M L King Boys Freshman Soccer

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WINTER SPORTS MEETING TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 14

All parents and athletes of each winter sport are asked to attend an informational meeting on Tuesday, November 14. The meeting will be held in the gym starting at 6:30 pm. A short presentation by the Athletic Director will be followed by break-out sessions by each sport and their head coach.

BOYS SOCCER SUMMER CAMP COMING SOON

A three day summer camp for boys is being held in June. Click here for the flyer of information. Email Head Coach Todd Mapes at tmapes@rusd.k12.ca.us if you have any questions.

A LITTLE MO’ GOING INTO CIF

CORONA: The Wolves earned the league title two games back and were left with a remaining goal of finishing the league season in undefeated fashion.  With CIF competition and “elimination” play at stake going forward, building momentum from the clinching win last week was an important part of the final two games in league as well. While

ONE TO GO TO UNTARNISHED CROWN

CORONA:  The boys soccer team clinched the Big 8 League title in the last game they played, but in the road-game at Corona, they played with continued purpose and resolve, not wanting to rest on what’s already been done. They’ve got one more goal in mind. King’s first goal was thanks to the work of

SOCCER PROGRAMS HONORED WITH PECCHIA AWARD

Both of the boys’ and girls’ soccer programs were honored last week with the esteemed Sam Pecchia Sportsmanship Award. The annual title is bestowed by the ICSOA (Inland California Soccer Officials Association). Lynda Guthrie, president of the ICSOA said, “The Sportsmanship Award is given to the school who has shown the best sportsmanship throughout the year.

THE DROUGHT IS OVER, BOYS SOCCER WINS BY A HAIR

It’s been ten long years since King last wore the crown of the Big 8 League in boys soccer, but like the actual California drought that ended in the rains of this winter, the ten year dry spell for Todd Mapes‘ program ended on Thursday with a skinny 1-0 victory over Roosevelt. That single point came

SHIHAD SAVES SENIOR NIGHT FOR WOLVES

RIVERSIDE: The Norco Cougars came to King Tuesday night to play a Big 8 match with the Wolves on an evening King was honoring it’s senior players. While the seniors were enjoying a special night of attention, it was goal keeper Bryan Shihad that saved the night. Inside the goal, he kept six strikes from the

STUDENT-ATHLETES SIGN OFF ON COLLEGE PICKS

Three more King High Student-Athletes signed their “National Letter of Intent” this morning. Leeza Poselski, an outstanding volleyball player and equally talented scholar will be attending the Ivy League school of Dartmouth in New Hampshire. Jordan Marez who played for Coach Todd Mapes in soccer will be at Oberlin next year. Breanna Fatten, a four

WOLVES STILL STINGY WITH GOALS, BEAT SANTIAGO

In the first six games of the Big 8 season, King’s soccer team has played exceptionally stingy, giving up only one goal in that span and shutting out Santiago on Thursday to keep their dominance on the field and in the net going. The final score was 3-0. King is 5-0-1 in the Big 8

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