M L King Girls Junior Varsity Water Polo

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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.

NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT SIGNING DAY

19 Student-Athletes assembled in the King High theater in front of a crowd that numbered in excess of 100 people to declare and sign their National Letter of Intent to compete and study at the college of their choice. The colleges and universities represented in the room spanned the country; from Boston to Iowa to Louisiana

WATER POLO SUMMER CAMP ANNOUNCED

Photo by Press Enterprise Parent Meeting June 5 at 6:30pm at King on Pool Deck Summer camp dates: June 20 – July 20,  Summer camp Practices: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings Summer camp times:  6:00 AM -10:30 AM Girls Summer Camp Online Registration Link PLEASE CLICK ON THIS LINK to access the flyer with all of

HANNAH McCARLEY NAMED PRESS ENTERPRISE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Photo by the Press Enterprise RIVERSIDE: For her outstanding season of play in the goal for a King team that finished second in CIF, Hannah McCarley has been selected the Press Enterprise Water Polo Player of the Year. You can read the Press’s story here. This is the second King athlete this school year to

GIRLS PLAY TOUGH IN A RAIN OF ADVERSITY

Photo by the Press Enterprise IRVINE: The hopes of defending their 2016 CIF title came to an end in a nail-biting overtime game against cross town rival, Poly on Wednesday, and the girls water polo season ended one game short of the goal. Coach Greenawalt had the team well prepared and the girls executed the first

POLY AND KING SET TO CLASH IN SEMI’S

File photo by Press Enterprise The girls’ water polo teams from Poly High and King both won in their second round of CIF on Saturday setting up what should be an epic battle for the ticket to the CIF Finals. If there was ever a better setup for a great cross-town game, this one might be hard

RIGHT WHERE THEY WANT TO BE

Photo credit: Press Enterprise RIVERSIDE:  In Poly High swim and polo complex, King’s girls finished out the regular season with a non-conference game with La Canada High School. The girls played to a victory, exactly where Coach Greenawalt wanted his team to be on the eve of CIF. The Press Enterprise covered the game and you

LEAGUE CROWN WORN BY KING, AGAIN

EASTVALE:  The girls water polo team entered the 2016-17 season with a target on their backs. With four back-to-back league titles to their claim, the girls added a CIF title to their resume in 2016 and had that target on their backs in practically every pool they played in. On Thursday, playing at Eleanor Roosevelt

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

FIRST STEP, FIRST WIN ON ROAD TO GOAL

RIVERSIDE:  King and the Santiago Sharks played for the first time this Big 8 season and the game was held at Riverside Community College.  The game was a positive, first step for the Lady Wolves as they came away with the win, 9-5. “We knew we wanted to beat Santiago and it is always great