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GIRLS LEAGUE CHAMPS 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2014
BOYS LEAGUE CHAMPS 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2016

Boys CIF Academic Champions 2002
Boys/Girls Riverside County Academic Champs 2003, 2004, 2017

Girls 2008 Inland Empire Champions
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Wednesday, July 11

Travis Thomas-c/o 2014-Oregon Tech-2nd IN THE NATION-NAIA 400 Hurdles

Emily Sanchez-c/o 2015-UCR-2nd in the Big West Conference Finals in the 10,000

Tayler Fleming-c/o 2013-UCR-For the second year in a row-Big West Conference Champion in the Long Jump and NCAA Regional qualifer.

Nick Abboud-c/o 2015-UCR-Big West Semi-Finalist in 110 Hurdles

Ryan Laudermilk-c/o 2016-Brown University-8th in Ivy league Outdoor High Jump Finals-3rd in Ivy league Indoor High Jump Finals-PR at 6-9.75

Daniel Mukasa-c/o 2015-Oberlien College-6th in North Coast Athletic conference PV

Alyssa Haring-c/o of 2016-Dixie State (Utah)-Competed in the 1500 for the Red Storm

Brianna Jacklin-c/o 2014- finished up her career at Cal-State Fullerton

Mark Werley-c/o/2016-Cal State San Marcos-finished 10th in the CCAA Steeplechase Fnals

Jessica Ferguson-c/o of 2016-Cal State San Marcos-competed at the Steve Scott Invitational

Tyler Janes -c/o 2016 -is competing at UCLA, qualified for 2018 Pac12 Finals in 1500 meters

Andrew Boebinger-c/o 2016-is competing at the Air Force Academy

Wolves competing at RCC

Alec Jones-c/o 2017-Orange Empire Conference-2nd in Shot Put; 2nd in the discus; 3rd n the Hammer; 3rd in the STATE in the Discus and Hammer throws; 5th in the Shot Put. ALL AMERICAN--4.0 GPA

Dillon Lay-c/o 2017-OEC Champion in 110 hurdles-SoCal Regional Finalist/ 2nd in OEC 400 Hurdles

Jon Essien-c/o 2016-OEC- 2nd place 100 meters-10.67

Marcos Gonzales-c/o 2017-OEC Champion in Javelin-6th in the STATE in same event

Brett Shiflett-c/o 2017-5th in Hammer Throw and 9th in Javelin

Austin Dai-c/o 2017-OEC Champ in 10,000 and 2nd in 5000-7th in STATE in 5000

Mike Robinson-c/o 2016-OEC Champ in 5000 and 3rd in 10,000-4th in STATE in 10,000

Maryjane Smith-c/o 2016-OEC champ in 400 and 200; 6th in STATE in 400; 3RD in STATE in 4 x 100 and 4 x 400

Valentina Sanabria-c/o 2016-OEC champ in Long jump; 2nd in 100hurdles and 3rd in triple jump/SoCal regional qualifer Gabby Sanabria-c/o 2017-OEC Champ in Javelin/ 3rd in Long jump/SoCal Regional qualifier Isabelle Garcia-c/o 2017-OEC 5th in the 800

Samantha Chapa-c/o 2016-OEC-2nd in 5000 and 3rd in 10,000/SoCal Regional qualifier

Other RCC team members from King-Cameron Boydd (17); Alyssa Drake(17); Riley Figurate (17) and Tia Parrish (16)

Saadiq Jennings-c/o 2016--Cerritos College-6th place in STATE in 4 X 100

Monday, June 4

CLOVIS: The last month in the life of Reyte Rash has been quite a ride.

Back on May 3, he won the 300 meter hurdles in the Big 8 League final. Through 

successive weekly competition in the CIF rounds, he continued to rocket himself through to more and more impressive performances. While he competed in both the 110 meter event and the 300’s, and took both events all the way to the State meet, it was in the longer race that he truly shined.

At CIF Prelims, he ran the fastest time of the four heats in the 300’s. At CIF Finals, he won. At CIF Masters, he won again. Along the way, he improved the school record he owned by almost a full second.

“Reyte’s rush to the State meet has been something to watch over the last four weeks” said head track coach, John Corona. “Big 8 champion, CIF D1 Champion, Masters’ Meet Champion and only a few steps from being a State Champion. Wow!”

At the State meet Saturday night, held in Buchanan High School’s world-class track and field facility, Reyte raced to a time of 37.17 in the 300’s placing him second in the State for that event. It is the highest finish ever recorded by a King athlete at the State meet. His mark of 37.17 is the 7th fastest time in Riverside County history and places him in the top 20 in the nation for 2018. “Impressive” is an understatement.

He also recorded a PR time of 14.49 in the 110 Hurdles but that did not qualify him for the finals.

That amazing month ended with an amazing moment. With his senior year yet to come, one can only imagine what the next year will hold.



Tuesday, February 20

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