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WHAT BLOOMS WHEN SPRING IS CANCELLED

Written by Brad Peters Nothing is guaranteed. Those three words have likely been uttered, stated, shouted or declared by every coach in every sport more times than they could count. It’s a reality in sports.  Injuries play no favorites, every athlete is susceptible.  No win is final until the buzzer. No race is won until you’ve crossed

GOLF PLAYING THE PERCENTAGES

The famous Yankee baseball player, Yogi Berra once quipped about the game, “Baseball is 90% mental, the other half is physical.” King’s golf team is finding out this season that the same could be said of golf. While the Wolves beat Murrieta Valley High School yesterday by a score of 225-236, the match revealed again the

COMPETITION BLOWS INTO TOWN, WOLVES GET THE PICTURE

RIVERSIDE: The Riverside Challenge Cup took place yesterday March 2nd at Canyon Crest Country Club. The tournament consisted of 17 of the best schools in the area competing for the championship currently owned by King. Last year the Wolves were able to earn their first Riverside Cup title as hosts of the tournament.   Great Oak

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – ESHAAN MEHRA

Written by Coach Kevin LeDuc The idea of PEAK and Educational Athletics revolves around athletes being well rounded contributors to both our campus and society. At the root of it though is an athlete’s first priority on campus, being a student. The average athlete’s day may not conclude until the sun has long set, and

MONDAY NIGHT IS NCAA NIGHT

The King High Athletic Department is holding an information meeting for all student-athletes who are interested in, planning on, or thinking about competing at the collegiate level. All Sophomores through Seniors are encourage to attend Click here for more information

GOLF WRAPS ON A SUCCESSFUL ’19 SEASON

CHINO HILLS:  After a long successful year for the Wolves, it came to an end yesterday at Los Serranos Golf Course. The Wolves put together their best 18 hole score of the season in finishing 8th place in the Eastern Division. The Wolves were led by Kevin An with a 71, Joel Gonsier with a

AN INCREDIBLE FINISH FOR AN INCREDIBLE AN

The Big 8 League Finals took place at Indian Hills and Jurupa Hills in Riverside this past week. The top 36 players from the Big 8 would play two 18 hole rounds with a cut in the middle to determine the top 8 all league players. The Wolves had been able to claim the league

SENIOR DAY GIVES KING A BIG WIN OVER CENTENNIAL

Senior day is the final home match played during a golfer’s career. Over the past four years Joel Gonsier, Ivan Ciudad Real and Evan Chavez have teed it up in countless matches for both the Wolves Varsity and JV programs. In a fitting finish the boys were victorious coming away with a 206-276 victory over

CHASE COLUNGA HIGHLIGHTS A TWO-FER FOR THE WOLVES

The Inland Empire Championships hosted at The Country Club at Soboba Springs, coincided with a makeup rain out match between King and Centennial on Monday. This forced the Wolves to split their squad and send several varsity and JV players to both events. The IE Championships is a unique individual tournament, similar to CIF. The Wolves

GOLF GOES FROM “WORST” TO “BEST” IN ONE DAY

A day after the Wolves staggered to a 2 stroke victory over Santiago in what could only be described as a lucky win, everything changed the next day. The Wolves came out against Norco High School and played their best golf of the entire season. “We worked really well together today” senior Evan Chavez said.