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MONDAY NIGHT IS NCAA NIGHT

The King High Athletic Department is holding an information meeting for all student-athletes who are interested in, planning on, or thinking about competing at the collegiate level. All Sophomores through Seniors are encourage to attend Click here for more information

BOYS VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS ARE FRIDAY

If you are interested in trying out for the boys volleyball team, please click this link for more information

PROFILE IN CHARACER – RAYA SMITH

Raya Smith has been a model student-athlete for the last 4 years.  She has maintained a GPA of 4.0 and above each of her four years at King, and has been a varsity captain for 4 years.  She is actively involved in school activities, has been in ASB for 4 years, and volunteers her time

CROSS COUNTRY RIDES ROLLER COASTER INTO CIF FINALS

Written by Jenna Bernath (’20) RIVERSIDE: After a season of ups and downs, the cross country teams entered the CIF Prelims on Friday with one goal: Advance to CIF Finals. The lofty accomplishment would validate the endurance 2019 has required of them. Both the CIF Prelims and next week’s Finals are held at the Riverside Cross Country

ATHLETICS STAGES FALL NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT SIGNING CEREMONY

In a day in which Americans tend not to write letters, opting instead for the quick and abbreviated form of texting one’s ideas or intent to others, a tradition has formed in the last decade that counters that trend. High school seniors – many of whom may never have actually used an envelope in this day and

MATER DEI BOOKENDS KING’S SEASON; UPENDS CIF RUN

FOUNTAIN VALLEY:  King Tennis traveled to the Los Caballeros Racquet Club to once again face the Mater Dei Monarchs in Round 2 of Team CIF. The two teams squared off in September, as Coach Becky Gagnon was planning for the future. In a season where King rarely lost (only three times) Gagnon  put the Monarchs

MARSHALING SUCCESS IN CIF AND BEYOND

At 23-8 the boys water polo season, the first under head coach Collin Marshall, was a success.  A win-loss margin of that size however, often obscures the truth of any season, any sport under any coach:  winning ain’t easy. Taking a group of different players and trying to get them all on the same page – or

SEASON ENDS WITH A GOOD ROUND

King Girls finished their season on Tuesday at the CIF Team Regional Golf Tournament finishing 14th out of 23 teams. King was missing one of their best, Chandler Sjoerdsma, who was out ill.  Still the team played well. “I was very happy the way the girls recovered from some bad holes. Everyone had moments of

IN THE END, CAMARADERIE COUNTS MOST

Written by Jenna Bernath (’20) Coach Brad Peters constantly reminds his athletes that team chemistry is the most important aspect of a team because it is not the PRs that get remembered, it is the memories with teammates that live on for a lifetime. The Big VIII League Finals held at Riverside’s Andulka Park on