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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 and Girls Riverside County Academic Champs 2003, 2004

Girls 2008 Inland Empire Champions
Founded in February, 2000
Dircetor of Track and Field, John Corona
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Tuesday, February 14


Only athletes doing card-selling as their fundraising must fill out this form and BRING IT TO PRACTICE ON FEBRUARY 24.  No competition until this is done

All parents are asked to volunteer at least once to help our track meets function. 


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Sunday, March 19

To help with our large fundraising needs, we ask that all families donate one case of gatorade (16 ounce bottles) for selling in our snack bar at our home meets and our two track invitationals.  Please bring these to Coach Corona's room 

Tuesday! we will travel to Norco High School.  The meet is on tuesday, not wednesday! Starts at 3:00 PM, travel squad and lineups will be posted by late Monday in front of Coach Corona's room.

WEDNESDAY WE HAVE A BLAZE PIZZA FUNDRAISER!  At the Riverside Plaza from 4:30-8:30 PM, come and enjoy a pizza and help our program as Blaze will donate a portion of your bill back to KTF!  YOU HAVE TO PRESENT THIS FLYER 

Saturday the distance runners will compete at the Azusa Pacific "Arroyo Meet of Champions".  Athletes are responsible for getting there on your own, there is no bus.  You are to arrive 90 minutes before your race time.  

Map to Azusa Pacific University 

Final Time Schedule for Meet of Champions 

Heats for Meet of Champions 



Wednesday, March 22

King High has never lost to Norco at any level in either boys or girls track through the entire history of the two schools' membership in the Big 8 League, and despite rain that shortened the meet by a few events at the end, it wasn't enough to interrupt the win streak.

King had a good day and the victories came with some competition, but where it was lacking, the Wolves still had some solid performances.

In the sprints, Jeremy Young raced well in the 200 with a PR at 23.36 He doubled in the 400 and PR'd there too at 52.78. Nick Beam and Rick Gore went 1-2 in the 100 and both PR'd at 11.44 and 11.47. Garrett Vasta finished second in the 800 with a PR at 2:06.58, just two-tenths behind Mazin Awad who took the win. Vasta would also PR in the 1600 along with Austin Dai and Mario Machuca who ran best times of the 2017 season.

Skyler Jenson PR'd in the shot put with a heave of 42' 8.5" and Marcos Gonzalez finished third with a season best 41' 7.5" Jacob Melton won the discus.

The girls ran away with it. Kela Mavhera ran a studly double in the 1600 and 800, running well away from field to win both races with very good season times. Lanie Bavier, Nicole Skaggs and Skye Hutchinson swept the vault, while Alyssa Drake, Janai Thompson and Tresure Rucker swept the triple jump.

Anna Berry was very good in the relay and the 100 and 200 dashes. Her 27.62 in the 200 was her best mark this season. In the 3200, Joelle Ramos, Mackenzie Peters and Sydney Magno had a spirited battle over 8 laps with one Norco runner. Though they'd relinquish the lead and win ultimately to her, still they dragged each other all to PR's.

The last race of the day and a few more jumps in the vault and the horizontal jumps were cancelled as the rain fell, but it wasn't enough to wash away another victorious day for King Track and Field.

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3200 Meters ~ 10:44.88
~ Lauren Peurifoy
 Shuttle Hurdles ~ 1:07.34 ~ Karla Lemus; Jasmine Jimenez; Larissa Cesena and Sarah Ann Frank

Friday, January 13

King Track and Field will enter its 18th season here in 2017 and we have amassed a pretty competitive set of statistics and records.

Click this link to see the all-time Riverside County Records for all track and field events and then SCROLL TO PAGE 51 TO SEE THE SCHOOL RECORDS OF ALL RIVERSIDE COUNTY SCHOOLS.

King matches up nicely and surpasses schools much older than ours! #ccc 

Upcoming Events
Date Event Time Location
Tue 3/21 star Dual Meet with Norco 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM Norco High School
Sat 3/25 star Azusa Meet of Champions All Day AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY
Sat 4/1 star King High Frosh Soph Invitational 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM King High Stadium
Fri 4/7 star Arcadia Invitational TBA - Apr 8, 2017 Arcadia HS
Wed 4/12 star Dual Meet with Roosevelt 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM King High
Thu 4/13 star Panda Express FUNdraiser 12:00 AM - 10:00 PM On Trautwein
Sat 4/15 star Raincross Tradition/City Championships 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM King Stadium
Wed 4/19 star Dual Meet with Corona HS 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM King HS
Sat 4/22 star Inland Empire Championships All Day Vista Murrieta High School
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