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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.

ALUMNI RECONNECT – TAYLER FLEMING

This is the sixth installment of our periodic feature of King High alums who excelled in sports while at King and have now gone on to compete at the collegiate level. Our goal is to inspire the current student-athletes at King to work hard, see the possibilities that are out there and advance to the collegiate

POSITIVE ENDING TO 2017 SEASON

RIVERSIDE:  The girls’ soccer team ended their season on a positive note against the Huskies of Centennial.  After a somewhat emotional pregame meeting with the seniors where they received video messages from their family members, the team stepped onto the field determined to get a result in their final home match. King started pressing the attack and certainly looked as

KING PLAYS SPOILER FOR CORONA

File photo King girls soccer got a positive result yesterday in a tie game at home against Corona HS.  This result is certainly not King’s ambition, but having lost to the Panthers the first time with only 30 seconds left on the clock gave King all the motivation to work even harder for the duration of the game. Once

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.

MISFORTUNE STRIKES AGAIN

RIVERSIDE:  Girls soccer played on Thursday in a Big 8 League game against Roosevelt. After several weeks of three of the Wolves’ top leading scorers on the bench healing from injury, the squad was at full strength which led to optimism that a string of losses could be reversed. Misfortune struck again, however, as 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

MATH EXPLAINS POST-SEASON; CHARACTER REVEALS THE RESPONSE

NORCO: The girls’ soccer team traveled to Corona to play the Cougars of Norco on Tuesday and missed on a couple of chances early to take the advantage and ultimately fell to their opponent.  The loss pushes King from consideration for post-season play, but Coach Kuderman used the opportunity to remind his players that it is

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

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