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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, 2018
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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Sunday, November 11
THIS WEEK WITH THE WOLVES - NOVEMBER 11-17

Athletes whose season is completed, please return your sweats, washed, to Coach Peters.

Banquet tickets are available to buy and pick up.  YEARBOOK PURCHASES ARE DUE BY FRIDAY.   

Monday's CIF Team practice will start at 8:00 AM at the Canal.

Both of the boys and girls teams will compete in the CIF SS D1 Finals on Saturday!  The meet will be held at the Riverside City Course

Boys race at 7:45 AM
Girls race at 8:25 AM

Tickets can be purchased ahead of time, online. Click here 



Saturday, November 10
BOTH TEAMS OVERCOME ADVERSITY, ADVANCE TO FINALS

 

he CIF Prelims is the path through which team must tread to make it to the CIF Finals. That path was strewn with obstacles for both the girls and the boys cross country teams on Saturday at the Riverside City Course, but they proved themselves to be up to the challenge and King will send two teams to the CIF-SS Division 1 Finals November 17.

One challenge that all teams face is the depth and quality of field that D1 produces each year. CIF-SS D1 is incredibly talented and competitive and getting through the preliminary round on a good day takes a good team. On Saturday morning, King had a few more challenges just to make it dramatic.

For the boys, ranked 7th in the Division heading into CIF, their heat (one of three) looked promising but with a couple of their members a little under the weather all week, it was going to take a solid team effort for the goal to happen. Garrett Vasta led the way followed by Austin Fortenberry who produced yet another fine race in this Junior campaign. The pack of Francisco Zavaleta, Gray Mavhera and Edgar Ortega grouped up after the first mile and raced in tandem the rest of the way. Brian Green was 6th and Mitchell Machuca - who suffered the most from illness - was 7th, well off his normal #2 spot. The team didn't have their best races, but were still able manage a 4th place finish and get their tickets punched for the Finals.

 

Adversity has been tattooed on this year's girls tean all season long as they've been battling through injuries and in some cases, inexperience since July.  Adversity refused to let go on Saturday morning, but the ladies refused to be moved and found a way to move on like the boys.  Lauren Peurifoy who has been nursing a leg injury virtually all season, tried gamely to get to the line, but the pain proved too much to hide.  Just three minutes before the gun, she opted to step aside and give her spot to Kela Mavhera who was ready and warmed up.  And off they went!  Kela proceeded to run the best race of her 2018 season, one that had been marred by a broken foot that kept her out of the first half of the races. Amanda Sosa and Joanie Green were inseparable near the front, while Jocelyn Stevenson continued her outstanding rookie season in third for the Lady Wolves while Jenna Bernath rounded out the scoring. Collectively the team finished in 5th - there was a hope for 8th and the final spot to move on before the race - and for good measure, defeated both league rivals, Roosevelt and the 2018 league champions, Santiago. The Sharks beat King by 36 points just a week and a half ago. Briana Rodriguez and Audrey Brunken - both rookies to the team - were 6th and 7th for the team respectively. 

 Unselfishness seemed to be the took with which both squads handed adversity a defeat.  That "you first" mentality shined brightly in the morning the girls had and was present in the boys' race as well as the pack raced in a way to make up for ailing members.  

For King, this will be the 13th trip in 20 seasons to the CIF Championship. For the boys, it's the first time in two seasons and the 9th trip in King's history. 

Overcoming hurdles is both the requirement and the art of successful living.  The same could be said of successful cross country teams.  

Photos   Results:  Boys  Girls



Wednesday, November 7
2018 AWARDS BANQUET INFORMATION

We are excited to announce the 2018 Awards Banquet! It will be at the Riverside Convention Center on December 4.  

A served meal will be part of the evening, starting at 6:00 PM

All guests must have a ticket purchased and picked up in advance.  $25 per person.  Athletes' tickets are provided through your fundraising, but you must pick up a ticket.

Deadline to pick up your tickets is November 28.  Make checks for your tickets to "King XC Booster Club". For more information, click here

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The annual Yearbook of our season is available for purchase only, $7.00. This payment is due on Friday, November 16. Make this check payable to "King Cross Country", or bring cash.  Click here to view a digital copy of last year's book. This year will be similar



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  October 2018





Thursday, June 7


Upcoming Events
Date Event Time Location
Sat 11/17 star CIF Southern Section Finals TBA - Nov 18, 2018
Sat 11/24 star State Finals All Day Woodward Park, Fresno

 
 

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