M L King Coed Varsity Swimming

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LEAGUE CHAMP COACHES HONORED

King High School Athletics has enjoyed great success in its 19 years of competition.  From the Arrowhead League in the first year, to the Sunkist, to the Ivy and now in the Big 8, King’s presence at the league level has been productive and successful. To date, there are 141 league titles in school history, the

CIF FINALS TAKES SWIM FROM BACKYARD TO FRESNO

RIVERSIDE:  The swim team does not have to travel very far to compete in the CIF Southern Section Finals, as the meet has been held at the Riverside Community College pool complex ever since RCC upgraded their facility to a state-of-the-art multi million dollar swim and dive center. But proximity doesn’t always amount to performance

RIVERSIDE ATTRACTING CIF CHAMPIONSHIP COMPETITIONS

With the CIF Southern Section Swim and Dive championships set to begin today at the RCC Pool Complex, attention from across Southern California will be on Riverside. This is not new, however.  Read the Press Enterprise story here

BOYS ALL UNTIED UP IN KNOTS OVER LEAGUE TITLE

CORONA:  Whatever anxiety or nerves King’s boys felt in their three-way tie for the league championship heading into the Finals, came undone on Thursday as they won, but stay tied. Yes, it’s a bit complicated. King boys swim team ended up knotted but untied and free at the top of the Big 8 League on

BOYS SWIM KNOTTED IN NO SIMPLE SCENARIO

File photo for illustration Written by Leisha Clendenen For the third time this season in dual meets, the King boys swim team’s final score came down to the final event of the meet. With Corona Centennial’s deck full of screaming fans, the boy’s team of Blake Dennis, Zac Thelwell, Samuel Xu and Ben Wolf missed out

A WEEK OF WINNING LEAVES SWIM ONE FROM SHARE OF TITLE

Five meets in seven days did not deter the swimming and diving team from moving in to its final home meet of the season with enthusiasm, taking down Corona High School 132-38 for the girls and 111-55 for the boys. Swimming in some of their off events throughout the meet, the girls swept all events

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – HANNAH FALLS-HAND

Hannah Falls-Hand has never met a stranger. Her friendly demeanor and thoughtfulness in all that she does allows  her to be the kind of teammate we want for all of our student-athletes. Hannah is quietly driven to succeed; working hard in the classroom and in both water polo and swimming.  Hannah never lets an excuse

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – MATT HOWARD

Two of the mantras for this year’s swim team are to do the little things right and to show up for one another. Matt Howard is a guiding force behind accepting those principles and applying them each day. Matt Howard has always done things the right way. He is motivated to improve and excel in

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – LAUREN VITORT

Lauren Vitort is an All American Swimmer and Academic, a 12-time League Champion, school record holder, CIF and State Finalist and a State Champion. Despite her success in the pool, it’s her incredible development as a teammate, support system, and friend that earned her character counts honor. Vitort’s personality has soared since her successful freshman

SWIM STORMS BACK IN FINAL EVENTS TO TIE

Written by Leisha Clendenen RIVERSIDE: With a storm forecast for the duration of arguably the toughest and first League meet of the season, the swim team knew a strong state of mind and focus was needed to maintain a close margin against Corona Santiago, the defending League champions. For the second week in a row,