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REY-TINGS GOLD: RASH WINS CIF TITLE, FRANK FINISHES ALL-CIF

One of the major “givens” of high school Track and Field is that nothing is for certain. Nothing. Where one places; how you and your opponent compete on a given day; past accomplishments; who the favorite might be, what everyone may think is a lock..or not.. means very little when the time comes to toe

YOUTH TRACK CAMP COMING IN JUNE

The 7th Annual Raincross Tradition Youth Track Camp will be held at King High June 25-29.  All kids aged 8-14 are welcome to participate CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION This waiver must be filled out and incoming 9th graders must have an RUSD Doctor’s physical on file.

ALL HAIL THE HURDLERS! RASH AND FRANK QUALIFY FOR FINALS

One of the more consistent event groups of King Track and Field over the program’s history has been the hurdlers. Under Coach Ken Bracey’s tutelage, the hurdlers have demonstrated improvement and success for most of King’s 19 year history. That continued on Saturday as Sarah Ann Frank and Reyte Rash both qualified to advance to

KING HAS A DAY OF DAYS AT BIG 8 FINALS

EASTVALE:  “League Finals is always our day” says head track and field coach John Corona. And he’s right.  Despite being unable to win more than one team league title in the last decade (Roosevelt is the owner of most of the titles in a the last ten years), King has always found the individual and collective

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – CARSON WALDER

On the face of it, one would think that Carson Walder had it made these past four years. He came into King as a much bally-hooed freshman and in fact, would letter that 9th grade year. He will be a rarity-a four year letter winner -when this season ends and he has been one of the top long and

STELLAR PERFORMANCES FROM FROSH-SOPH CREW AT CORONA

For the past 7 years, the King High Track team has participated in the Corona Frosh Soph Showdown as their last invitational of the season. Most of the youngsters entered will, in all likelihood, not make it to the Big VIII Finals on May 2 and so this is their last opportunity for a PR

FIELD EVENTS SAVE THE RUNNER UP

RIVERSIDE:  King concluded it’s 2018 dual meet season on their home track with a healthy audience and a dozen-or-so alums who came “back home” to witness the final go-around of the year.  But it was the events that don’t go around the track, namely the field events, that saved the day for the boys and

MT.SAC BRINGS OUT THE BEST IN A FEW OF KING’S FINEST

TORRANCE:  The 60th Annual Mt.SAC Relays was held at El Camino College in Torrance and while most of the King track and field team was in Riverside for the City Championships, King did send a few of it’s top athletes to the three-day meet. On Friday night, the boys and girls distance crew sent 4×1600 relays

KING HOSTS THE CITY IN ANNUAL RAINCROSS TRADITION

RIVERSIDE:  King High played host to the city on Saturday, as the town came to Orangecrest to compete in the Raincross Tradition Track and Field Meet, otherwise known as the “The City Championships”. For the “home team,” it was a very good day. Kela Mavhera had perhaps the best day of all, as she went

A RIVALRY NO MORE, KING GETS WHAT IT NEEDS AGAINST CORONA

CORONA:  In the second to last Big 8 meet of the season and one week after the Wolves lost to Roosevelt – the only loss on the season thus far – King Track and Field traveled to Corona to try and get back to their winning ways and secure the “runner-up” spot in the league