M L King Girls Varsity Soccer

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THIS GLORIOUS APOCALYPSE: ADVERSITY AND TRIUMPH IN A YEAR OF SPORT

Written by Brad Peters Photo by Jesse Gardner When Retye Rash threw his chest across the finish line of Buchanan High School’s track in the 100th running of the California State Championship in Track and Field last weekend, he literally was the last athlete at King High to finish competing this year.  The girls softball

ANNOUNCING KING’S NEW GIRLS SOCCER COACH

Martin Luther King High School is excited to announce that David Smith will be our new girls soccer coach.  David comes to us with over nine years of coaching experience throughout the Riverside community.  He has coached thousands of soccer players at various levels during these years. Coach Smith brings with him an exuberance and

SPRING SIGNING INKS FOUR MORE COLLEGIATE ATHLETES

RIVERSIDE:  King High Athletics was pleased to present four more National Letter of Intent signers on Wednesday in the school’s theater.  Though smaller in number than the Fall and Winter events, the four brought the total of NLI athletes at King in 2017-18 to a total of 32. Carissa Avila, Cross Country and Track –

LAST DAYS FOR COMMUNITY INPUT ON ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME

As the 20th school year in King High’s history arrives next August, an exciting addition to add to and honor that history will be unveiled … the Martin Luther King High School Athletic Hall of Fame. Remarkably, despite the school’s relative youth, athletic programs and individuals across the spectrum have excelled inside this short time

WINTER SIGNING ADDS SIX MORE TO COLLEGE RANKS

RIVERSIDE:  After a robust event in the Fall where nearly twenty student athletes signed their National Letter of Intent (NLI), the Winter gathering was much smaller in number but nonetheless just as rewarding for the six who were on hand to express their intent to compete at the collegiate level with their signature. The athletes

LEANING ON PEAK IN THE SHADOW OF DEFEAT

CORONA:  Life is full of challenges.  That much is a given, and despite a culture that at times seems to offer a myriad of ways to avoid such trials, sometimes one just has to accept it and find a way through without giving up. Such could be said of sports too, as “winning seasons” and

HOLY GUACAMOLE! GIRLS SOCCER GETS THE WIN

CORONA: The King girls Varsity soccer team experienced “the thrill of victory” Monday night as they beat the Corona Panthers 1-0 in Big VIII League action. Hunter Quaternik entered the match deep into the second half of the scoreless match when one of King’s key center backs (Jasmine Acosta) was knocked out of action due

ADVERSITY AND OPTIMISM ALL TIED UP

To say that the girls’ soccer program has faced significant adversity this season would be an understatement.  They are finishing out the season with their third coach in a year and are still to win a game in the Big 8 season after dropping Friday’s match to Roosevelt 0-1. “I’m still optimistic” said Interim Head

NOT WHAT THEY HOPED FOR, BUT OPTIMISM REMAINS

Photo for illustration RIVERSIDE:  After a season of adversity, the team was looking forward to some good-old-fashioned home cooking and celebrating “senior night” on Wednesday against the Norco Cougars. Alyssa Quiroz, Hunter Quaternik, Alyssa Scott, Sydney Hernandez, Melanie Ruiz, and Alana Cerda all started and played their last home match at King High’s soccer stadium.

A QUALITY RESPONSE TO MID-SEASON ADVERSITY

photo for illustration RIVERSIDE:  The King Girls Varsity Soccer team (3-9-5 Overall, 0-4-1 League) played the 1st place Centennial Huskies Wednesday night under new head Coach Rance Garrett and his assistants Erin Gonzalez and Jeff Wray. Going into the match, Coach Garrett focused on the girls ability to “handle adversity”. The girls have individually and