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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

VITORT AND SWIM RELAY PLACE WELL AT STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Written by Leisha Clendenen The girls swim team sent four swimmers to the CIF State Swimming Championships this past weekend in Fresno. After earning her State qualifying times at CIF prelims and finals May 12th and 13th, junior Lauren Vitort swam to a 5th place finish in the 200 freestyle and an 8th place finish

VITORT, RELAY ADVANCE TO STATE MEET

Written by Leisha Clendenen RIVERSIDE: Competing among the best high school swimmers in the State, the King swim team had to go into this weekend’s CIF Championship held at Riverside Community College with a “no regard mentality”. With the Division II prelims on Friday, junior Lauren Vitort had the toughest turn around of the meet,

SWIM ENDS LEAGUE SEASON WELL

Written by Leisha Clendenen The Big VIII League Championships typically brings out the best for the King swimmers, and this year’s meet at Santiago was no exception. Going for top 16 placements in each event on Tuesday for Thursday’s finals was the goal, with close to all athletes earning the chance for second swims at yesterday’s final

AGAINST THE CLOCK, AND CORONA

Photo by Press Enterprise.  Written by Leisha Clendenen CORONA:  Heading in to the last couple of weeks in the regular league season, the swim team was tasked with keeping their eye on securing more CIF time standards and the top four spots in each individual event for League finals. Going against the Corona Panthers, the

SWIM ENDS MIXED WEEK OF CHALLENGE AND OPPORTUNITY

File Photos Written by Leisha Clendenen One of the difficult tasks of being a high school Spring athlete is returning from Spring vacation with just a few weeks to go in the season. Despite a solid week of practices during the off-time, the swim team was faced with more adversity upon its return with the

SPRING NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT SIGNING CEREMONY

On Wednesday morning in the foyer of the gymnasium, surrounded by the memorabilia, trophies and names of King High’s best athletes of the past, a host of current King athletes made it official their intent to compete in their sport in college. Where 94% of all high school athletes “retire” at the end of their

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – BROOKS RYAN

Brooks Ryan epitomizes the why and how behind King High School’s Character Counts initiative. Entering his fourth year as a competitive athlete for the KHS swim team, Brooks has never missed a practice, team event, or volunteer opportunity. Brooks is a leader for all and always offers help before it is even asked. With his

NORCO MEET GOES SWIMMINGLY FOR KING

File Photo Written by Leisha Clendenen The Wolves Aquatics team maintained their focus and consistency this week against the Norco Cougars, taking the meet at each of the four levels by a healthy margin. With most swimmers taking on their “off” events, best times were still to be had and improvements were still made throughout.

DUEL IN THE POOL GIVES TROUBLE TO KING

File photo Written by Leisha Clendenen When the League schedules first came out, having the toughest meet of the year in early March was not ideal. However, like a true wolf pack, the swimmers preserved and battled their way until the end. Everyone was given the task of “Fighting for every Finish”  and with many