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SUMMER CAMPS FOR 2019

All interested students and parents are encouraged to look into the various summer camps that are being held throughout the summer. A list is being compiled, with more to come throughout the month of May, and are located on the “MORE” link of this website

GOLF WRAPS ON A SUCCESSFUL ’19 SEASON

CHINO HILLS:  After a long successful year for the Wolves, it came to an end yesterday at Los Serranos Golf Course. The Wolves put together their best 18 hole score of the season in finishing 8th place in the Eastern Division. The Wolves were led by Kevin An with a 71, Joel Gonsier with a

CRACKING THE KAWHI CODE

Kawhi Leonard, King High graduate (’09) and an inductee into the King Hall of Fame,  is currently one of the top players in the NBA.  Yesterday in Game 7 of the conference playoffs against the Philadelphia Sixers, Leonard made the dramatic winning shot at the buzzer to put his Toronto Raptors into the Conference Finals. The

TOGETHER, TRACK AND FIELD GOES FARTHER

Written by John Corona The 2019 track season has brought a new element of competition to the CIF-SS called Unified Sports. An idea branched out from the Special Olympics, this event features two member “teams” of kids with special needs and general education kids competing together in almost all the track events. The combined mark of the two athletes then determines where they might fall

THE EYES HAVE IT: RASH, GIRLS’ RELAY ARE ON TO MASTERS

Written by John Corona.  Photo courtesy of prepcaltrack.com In the blink of an eye.   …In the high school track and field  postseason that is the CIF rounds, that’s all it takes. In the blink of an eye, everything you’ve worked for, almost everything the season has been about either becomes reality or goes out the window. In the

CROSS COUNTRY INFORMATION MEETING

All on campus student-athletes who are interested in joining XC next summer and Fall, are asked to attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, May 15. Lunch time, G123. Please come!

SPORTS PHYSICALS TO BE HELD ON CAMPUS

Though the Fall season will have already started, there will be Sports Physicals/Screening held on campus in August for those athletes who need to renew their Dr’s physical or for Winter/Spring Athletes who want to get ahead. Click here for more information Click here for the announcement of a new doctor working with the SPORT

RAYKIYAT ROLLS AND LEADS KING TO FINALS

LAKE FOREST:  It’s been a long time since King had an athlete qualify for the D1 CIF Finals in more than one event, but Freshman Raykiyat Olukoju did just that on Saturday competing in the CIF Prelims of track and field at Trabuco Hills High School.  She will be one of a number of King

TIE BREAKERS MAKE THE DIFFERENCE IN CIF LOSS TO RANCHO CUCAMONGA

King played Rancho Cucamonga  Friday in 2nd round CIF action. The teams were very evenly matched overall so both sides knew that the close ones were going to make the difference. Rancho took the 2 tie breaks on the day, which lead to the loss for the Wolves at 8-10. King grabbed 5 sets in doubles

BASEBALL ADVANCES IN BIG WIN OVER BONITA

SAN DIMAS:  On the road again for their second game of the CIF Championship rounds and the King baseball team knew their order was a tall one:  Beat Bonita HS, the #4 seed in the division. That they did, in a nail-biting way, winning by a score of 3-2. It was a well-played and intense

NO MODI, NO PROBLEM AS TENNIS WINS ROUND 1

Coach Shaun Harris‘ undefeated Big 8 League champion tennis squad opened up CIF action on Wednesday against South Torrance High School. They didn’t know what they were getting into. “Without much knowledge of our opponents strengths we went into the match prepared to just do our best” said Harris. To make matters even more challenging,