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King Cross Country

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Welcome to the Web Site of King High Cross Country
King's First Ever League Champions
State Finalists: 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
CIF Finalists: 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Girls League Champions: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2016
Boys League Champions: 1999, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2012, 2015
Boys Riverside County Academic Champions:
2008  
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Friday, September 21
THIS WEEK WITH THE WOLVES - SEPT 16-22

TUESDAY is our JuJu Bar fundraiser. Please present this flyer on your phone when buying a snack all day long.  Please consider helping our program's financial obligations

TUESDAY is also another FUNdraiser, this time at Panda Express in Orangecrest.  PRESENT THIS FLYER, and the company will give us 20% of our purchase. Thank you for your help.   FUNDRAISING:  We are at 52% of full team participation in our fundraising and have met 43% of our full season budget.  Please help as you can. 

FRIDAY after practice, all  those who are going on the Seattle trip will  have a required meeting to attend in Coach Peters' room. 

Saturday we are at the Gage Canal, starting at 7:30 AM 



Friday, September 21
AMANDA SOSA LEADS A DAY OF NUMBERS

The Big 8, interestingly, consists of 6 schools. Yea, it’s complicated.

In the sport of cross country all six of the “eight” come together for one meet, which they repeat three times in one season to determine the two champions; boys and girls.

On Wednesday at Eastvale, in the roar of the 15 freeway, the Big 8 met for round one. Four races were run, JV and Varsity, Boys and Girls. It was, as always, a spirited competition to inaugurate the league season.

The JV Boys race in the Big 8 Meet on September 19, 2018 First, was the place of the JV boys, led by a pack of five for most of the race, before 9th grader Gray Mavhera pulled the group into a single line and crossed in third place overall. Dathan Chann and Matt Castro were hot on his heels. Bohdin Rush and Hector Ruvalcaba rounded out the scoring group. The JV boys finished just one point ahead of Roosevelt, but first is still first regardless of how many numbers separate it from second.

Second, was the place of the varsity boys. It was great race for the young squad against the D1 ranked Mustangs of Roosevelt. Mitchell Machuca had a strong race as did 10th grader Francisco Zavaleta who had perhaps his best race of his young career.

Third were the places of both girls squads. However, Amanda Sosa had a break out race, surprising many with a fine 2nd place finish at the varsity level, running 18:21 for the 2.95 mile course. That 2nd place was the highest finish of any King runner in all four races on the day. With at least 4 potential varsity scorers unable to run on the girls team due to various injuries, the Lady Wolves’ third-place team finish was somewhat of a victory, as the young and new girls that stepped up did admirably. 1oth grader, Jocelyn Stevenson and 9th grader, Audrey Brunken were two who ran well in their first-ever varsity race.

So it was a game of numbers. But that’s what six teams in the Big 8 can create when they all meet on one day in four races.

Photos   Results



Monday, August 13
FUNDRAISING FOR 2018

Our fundraising needs are yearly and large, and we need all athletes to be on board with our efforts.

We ask that each athlete raise $140 to help us meet our season's needs.  Spending that we do will be dependent on the level of funds we raise.

Athletes can use the following methods to help raise money for the team.

Donations (Parents or friends can donate directly, any amount)  Click here for a letter they can use

Sponsorships - Companies can get a tax write-off for their donation. Click here for a letter to send out.

OTHER LESS DIRECT, BUT HELPFUL WAYS
Use Amazon Smile when buying on Amazon.com.  See(scroll down) below for signing up

Scrip - It is no cost to you, but the program can earn a percentage of money you'd spend anyway.  Scroll down for more information.

Ralphs Grocery Shoppers - link your Rewards Card to our booster club, and a percentage of your grocery bill will be donated to us.  

 



Sunday, July 22
TRAINING SCHEDULE


Thursday, February 22
WE ARE ON AMAZON SMILE!

Do you buy on Amazon? (Who doesn't?!) If you do, even on a small basis, by using the "smile.amazon" link when you buy and signing up to have a portion of your purchase to go "Martin Luther King Cross Country Track Booster Club" Amazon will send us quarterly checks.

It costs nothing for you to do this, except for a couple of minutes to register your "charity of choice" and select our booster club as the recipient, and then buy all future amazon products on smile.amazon.com rather than just amazon.com

Will you help? Thank you! Sign up today at amazon.com! Click here for more information



Wednesday, May 14
AN IMPORTANT READ ON IRON DEFICIENCIES AMONG RUNNERS. PLEASE READ!


These links are active and "live." It is your responsibility to stay alert for any errors in the record.

Did Not Run (DNR) "Attendance" record 
NOTE: You are responsible for alerting errors to Coach Peirce or Peters.  After 5 days from the discrepancy, NO changes will be made to the record.  Email Coach Peters at: bradapeters@gmail.com to report your absence before it happens.

Season Attendance Policy.  Athletes will be held accountable for it.       

Letter Points for 2018   Team Roster     Sweats Check Out number      Team Handbook 

Newsletters:  August 2018    September 2018





Thursday, June 7


Upcoming Events
Date Event Time Location
Thu 9/27 star Leave for Seattle TBA
Sat 9/29 star Nike Twilight Meet - Seattle Washington All Day
Sat 9/29 star Canyon Springs Invitational 7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Sun 9/30 star Return from Seattle TBA
Sat 10/6 star Central Park Invitational 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Wed 10/10 star Big 8 League Meet 3:00 PM TBA
Sat 10/20 star Riverside Invitational TBA Mt.San Antonio JC in Walnut

 
 

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