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King's First Ever League Champions
State Finalists: 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2014, 2015
CIF Finalists: 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Girls League Champions: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
Boys League Champions: 1999, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2012, 2015
Boys Riverside County Academic Champions:
2008  
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THIS WEEK WITH THE WOLVES - SEPTEMBER 26-OCTOBER 1

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ATTENTION: Those athletes who haven't completed all of the paperwork won't be able to PRACTICE AFTER WEDNESDAY  HERE IS THE LIST - SEE IF YOU HAVE ANY PAPERS TO TURN IN

Here are the forms you will need to have signed:

1) KING XC -  Season Contract/Agreement 
2) RUSD - Permission to drive your own child 
3) RUSD - Permission to have a RUSD cleared driver drive your child  

All athletes must register for XCSTATS.COM by October 7.  OUR CODE IS "KINGXC!" without the quotation marks.   Here is the link   Here are the directions.   Here is the status of signups

Another request to do your part in fundraising.  We have cancelled two invitationals in October we considered doing in part because of lack of funds for this season.  We are currently at 50% of the team having met our per person need

Parents, you can help us fundraise by signing up to help with the Riverside City Course parking lot supervision.  Sign up here  

HERE IS THE SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK:  Practice starts at 3:00 PM each day.

Wednesday morning practice:  5:45 AM Red  group only 

Thursday: We will have a special visitor at practice today!   Be there! 

Friday:  The "Fremont Group" will be heading to Fremont Elementary at 12:40 PM.  Get out of class at 12:30.  We'll be back at 2:45 PM.  WEAR KING GEAR!  

Saturday:  Those who are competing in the HomeTown Hero 10k/5k will report to the race location.  All others will have practice (attendance taken) at school with Coaches Griesinger, Peirce and Kennedy at 7:30 AM.  Hometown 10k/5K runners attendance will be based off finishing results.

ATTENTION FOR YOUR CALENDAR:  CIF Prelims for Division 1 (that's us!) will be on FRIDAY, NOV 11 - Veterans day) 



Sunday, August 21
Training Schedule


Sunday, September 25
MOTIVATION MONDAY - SEPTEMBER 26

The Most Inspiring Police Officers.

The duty of the police is “to protect and to serve.” And there is a lot of serving being done in communities across America. Cops often go out of their way to show their love of community by helping out their citizens. Some of these gestures are seemingly small, some are unfathomably large, but each one of them is extraordinary in its own unique way. And next time you see an officer, make sure to thank them; it might just make their day! Police officer and USMC veteran Jeremy Henwood was no stranger to good deeds. In fact, he was making a difference in his community right up until he was killed in the line of duty. Here is footage of Officer Henwood buying a young boy some cookies right before he met his untimely end, inspiring the young boy to follow his dreams.

Rest in peace, Officer Henwood. Your legacy of kindness lives on. -TheVeteransSite.com (Blog)-

So what’s the motivation for this Monday?

We are now approaching the half way part of the season for most. Workouts are getting tougher, school is in full swing and some may find that certain things that never bothered you before about the person running or sitting next to you are suddenly starting to get on your nerves. It is natural as we do spend a lot of time together and we are human.

However, now is not the time to let our natural human tendencies to get the best of us. Now is the time to start building each other up. Are you choosing to tear down or to build up? You never know what your words and actions towards one another can do for better or for worse.

As you heard in the video, Officer Henwood’s actions and words influenced this high school sophomore boy for the rest of his life. How cool would it be for one of your teammates to say at the end of the season or even 10 years from now something along the lines of “If it were not for so and so or if it were not for so and so encouraging me along the way, I would not have PR’d that season or I would not have considered running beyond high school.

Choosing to encourage and serve is what enables a team to succeed and reach heights they never thought possible. Let’s choose to be more like Officer Henwood and officers alike who choose to put on the uniform of protection, service, and encouragement for the sake of their community and the betterment of the world. Even when we get tired and annoyed lets choose to put on the King High uniform at school, at practice, and on race day ready to protect, serve, and encourage one another. For this is the time to pave the way for success in the very near future on and off the course!

How will people remember you after the end of this season? How will people remember us after the end of the season? Keep pressing on and choose to not give up on doing what is right.

For WE are King High School XC: “It’s time to REP-RE- SENT!”   #xc4life

 



Wednesday, September 7
FUNDRAISING - WE NEED 100% INVOLVEMENT

Tuesday, September 6
PARENT AND ALUMNI HELP REQUESTED ... NEEDED!

We have a good opportunity to make money for our program by manning the parking lot during cross country meets this Fall. The lot needs people 18 years or older to collect money and direct traffic.

Will you help and sign up to do so HERE IS THE LINK FOR YOU TO MAKE YOURSELF AVAILABLE.

Please email Coach Corona if you have any questions at jcorona@rusd.k12.ca.us Thank you for being willing to help us!



Friday, September 16
XCSTATS.COM - ALL ATHLETES NEED TO REGISTER

We have puchased a subscription to a powerful website that will help us keep track of our improvements, statistics and results.

To full maximize this website, all athletes must register for it.  It's free and simple to do, as long as you don't make any typos on your email!

Follow the instructions on this handout.   OUR REGISTRATION CODE IS "KINGXC!" (without the quoations)

You have one week to do this, after which you will not race until it is done. 



Sunday, September 18
OCTOBER 1st HOMETOWN HERO RUN

Tuesday, September 1
RALPH'S GROCERY SHOPPERS WE NEED YOUR HELP!

Sunday, June 12
GET SIGNED UP FOR OUR REMIND ACCOUNT

Parents and athletes, we use Remind.com to keep you all updated.  

 Using your smart phone, text to the number, 81010, the message:  "@kinghighxc"  (with no quotation marks) You'll be signed up!  



PHOTOS, ATTENDANCE, LETTER POINTS AND NEWSLETTERS

 

          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.

Season Attendance Policy
     Athletes will be held accountable for it.
       

Letter Points for 2016   Team Roster     Sweats Check Out number      Team Handbook 

Newsletters 

 
 


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




Upcoming Events
Date Event Time Location
Sat 10/1 star Home Town Heroes Run 7:00 AM Arlington Sports Park - Victoria and Van Buren
Wed 10/5 star Jersey Mikes FUNdraiser 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Next to Chili's on Alessandro!
Sat 10/8 star Lancer Classic 7:00 AM Riverside City Course
Tue 10/11 star Booster Meeting 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Thu 10/13 star Big 8 League Meet 3:00 PM TBA
Sat 10/22 star Riverside Invitational TBA MSAC

 
 

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