Martin Luther King Coed Varsity Track

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LIGHT COMPETITION CAN’T SLOW A PARADE OF PR’S

April 7, 2021 RIVERSIDE:  Danielle Cabrera was excited about her victory in the triple jump Wednesday in a dual meet against Moreno Valley Valley View (VV).  “I won!” she said excitedly when asked, but was quick to note that something else exciting occurred, something  bigger than an event win.  “I happened to just check my

JUST LIKE OLD TIMES FOR TRACK IN WIN OVER POLY

April 3, 2021 RIVERSIDE:  It wasn’t quite where they left off in 2020, but it was a start.  Prior to the pandemic hitting 54 weeks ago, Coach John Corona would have described his program as “just getting started” on the season. After winning the first two meets of 2020, the teams left for quarantine last

TRACK AND FIELD IS CALLING ALL FRESHMEN

Head Coach John Corona is appealing to all current freshmen to consider joining the Track and Field teams this next spring.  FRESHMEN, PLEASE READ THIS LETTER FROM COACH CORONA 21 YEARS OF KING TRACK AND FIELD “SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF”   King Track and Field has produced 1 High School All-American; 19 State meet

ALEC JONES (’17) EXCELLING IN COLLEGIATE ATHLETICS AND CLASSROOMS

Written by John Corona Alec Jones, a former King Track Athlete (’17) and former RCC standout in the throwing events, has been named to the National Alliance of 2-Year  College Athletic Administrators (NATYCAA) All-Scholar team. In order to be eligible for this award,  a student-athlete must meet the following criteria; a minimum of a 3.6 GPA

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

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – KAI SANA

Written by Coach John Corona Throughout the history of King Track and Field, there have been numerous sibling acts that have carried on the traditions of the program AND the family legacy as well.  Introducing the Sana brothers; Kyle (Class of ’17) and Kai, currently a senior captain of the Wolves 2020 team. Kyle was

TAKING HIS TURN: JUSTIN ANDRUSAK’S JOURNEY FROM KING TO SYRIA AND BACK

Written by Brad Peters When he landed in Syria in 2017,  one of the first things Justin Andrusak noticed was the destruction a civil war can do to a society.  Syria’s civil war started in 2011 and six years of warfare was enough to make a mess of the place. Raqqa was one especially hard

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – BRYCE GOLDMAN

Written by John Corona The motto of King Track and Field is Class, Character and Courage. The hope of the coaching staff is that these are words that will dictate each athlete’s view of the program and those words will serve as both motivation and inspiration as they move forward into adulthood. It isn’t often

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – KAYLA SELDON

Written by John Corona Kayla Seldon enters her fourth year in the King Track and Field and without a doubt, her  track accomplishments and contributions since her freshman year have been varied and many. She has twice been the Team’s Most Outstanding Sprinter; she has won recognition at the City Championships; Big VIII Finals and

KING TEAMS UP TO SOLID RELAY RESULTS

Written by Mat Vasel IRVINE: A majority of the Wolves track and field squad woke up at the crack of dawn on Saturday and headed down to Portola High School for the Earl Engman Relays.  The “all-relays” meet was a good one for King and both the boys and girls finished in 3rd place in