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ATHLETIC CLEARANCES ARE NOW FULLY ONLINE

Parents and Students For the 2020-21 school year, the RUSD has moved the submission of the yearly “Athletic Clearance” to a fully online format. PLEASE READ THE FIRST LINK FOR HOW TO DO THIS, then the next one if you have further questions: Step-by-step process FAQ’s for the process

COACH PAT McCARTHY STEPS DOWN FROM FOOTBALL COACHING

ML King Athletic Director Chip George extended his gratitude to Pat McCarthy, the head football coach at Martin Luther King High School as the veteran coach has resigned the position he held from 2017. “During his tenure at MLK, Coach McCarthy has lead his program with integrity while stressing the PEAK principles” George said.    “He has helped

ALEC JONES (’17) EXCELLING IN COLLEGIATE ATHLETICS AND CLASSROOMS

Written by John Corona Alec Jones, a former King Track Athlete (’17) and former RCC standout in the throwing events, has been named to the National Alliance of 2-Year  College Athletic Administrators (NATYCAA) All-Scholar team. In order to be eligible for this award,  a student-athlete must meet the following criteria; a minimum of a 3.6 GPA

LUCINDA BREWER SELECTED AS NEW BOYS GOLF COACH

Written by John Corona Long time King teacher and coach Lucinda Brewer has been named as King’s new Boys Golf Coach, replacing Kevin LeDuc who stepped away from the job earlier this month. (Link to story) Though Brewer has been known mostly for her prowess as a softball coach, she cites golf as one of

KEVIN LeDUC STEPS DOWN FROM HELM OF GOLF PROGRAM

With an eye on his wife and two young children, Kevin LeDuc has chosen to step away from the head coaching responsibilities of the boys’ golf program at Martin Luther King High School. “My kids are involved in several activities and I wanted to be able to watch and assist them at this time. Hopefully this

2020 CROSS COUNTRY INFORMATION

We are excited to announce our plans for the 2020 season. While we understand that things are fluid in light of COVID-19, we are announcing the plans we have until the situation requires changes. We will start our season on Monday, July 27. All students who want to be a part of the 2020 squads

MENDEZ AND MORAN EARN 2020 ATHLETE OF THE YEAR HONOR

Like most freshmen, Leo Mendez came into Martin Luther King High a small kid.  “Skinny” recalls coach Todd Mapes of his initial impression of the 9th grader four years ago who arrived on King’s doorstep, eager to play and eager to improve. Which meant the weight room. “He knew that in order to be successful, he

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – ISABELLA TAN

Written by Coach Kistler When you think of girls wrestling you don’t see Isabella Tan fitting that mold. A petite straight-A student who sings the national anthem at home wrestling meets before going out on the wrestling mat and terrorizing her big eight league competition. If King Solomon asked God for wisdom then Bela must

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – DYLAN PARRY

Written by Coach Masi Conscientious behavior, quiet leadership, and a willingness to do what is right when nobody’s looking, is what makes Dylan Parry a solid recipient for this year’s Character Counts recognition. As a freshman, Dylan’s work ethic led to big time drops in the water and connections to his team. His confidence moved