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PROFILE IN CHARACTER – ESHAAN MEHRA

Written by Coach Kevin LeDuc The idea of PEAK and Educational Athletics revolves around athletes being well rounded contributors to both our campus and society. At the root of it though is an athlete’s first priority on campus, being a student. The average athlete’s day may not conclude until the sun has long set, and

TROY SURVIVES STARTLING RALLY BY KING TO ADVANCE TO CIF FINAL

Written by Steve Fryer, for the Press Enterprise FULLERTON – Troy had a 25-point lead in the third quarter. The going got tough for Troy when ML King got going. King rallied to cut Troy’s lead to three points with a minute-and-a-half remaining. Troy held  (read the rest of the story here)

POLO IS EDGED OUT OF CIF TITLE

Written by Dan Albano, The Press Enterprise Mia Solorzano said she and her teammates on the Rosary girls water polo team were more excited than confident for the CIF-SS Division 3 final Saturday. The Royals can relish in both feelings after defeating top-seeded M.L. King 9-7 for their first section title since 1999 when their

BIG 8 ALL ACADEMIC HONORS

Martin Luther King High School Athletic Director, Chip George, is excited to announce our Big VIII All Academic team representatives from our winter sports. Boys Basketball – Congrats Coach Jeff Dietz!    Jonathan Dietz    Alaon Saulet    Roland H’Orvath    Connor Phipps Boys Soccer – Congrats Coach Todd Mapes!    Adolfo Aguilera    Gavin

POLO BACK TO TITLE GAME

From the Press Enterprise King 11, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 8: The top-seeded Wolves (23-8) held off a late rally by Notre Dame to advance to Saturday’s Division 3 championship game. This is the program’s third trip to a section final. King was the Division 3 runner-up in 2015 and won the Division 3 title the

GIRLS OUTLAST CHAMINADE IN D1 QUARTERFINALS

Written by Landon Negri, for the Press Enterprise King’s girls basketball team wanted badly to avenge a championship loss Wednesday night, and that, of course, meant points. More appropriately, it meant a lack of them for its high-scoring opponent.. Senior forward Olivia Moran scored a game-high 18 points, and sister Nyah added 12, including a

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – ISHAN MODI

Ishan is a four year Varsity Tennis player. As a player his has competed at the highest levels including Team and Individual CIF and nominated to the Big VIII All League Team the past two seasons. His leadership as Captain has shown his maturity and care for his teammates. This is consistent with his high academic standing

TAN AND SAUCEDO ARE CROWNED CIF CHAMPIONS

Written by Coach Harlan Kistler February 14 was a Valentine Day’s Massacre for some as King rolled into CIF at Marina High School with 12 wrestlers and came out with 2 CIF champions and 7 Master’s qualifiers. Bela Tan and Phil Saucedo were unbeatable as they pounded the competition and walked away as CIF champions. Bela Tan out-wrestled a state

CIF LOOKING LIKE A CAKE WALK

After dispatching La Habra Sonora High in the first round of CIF by a wallop, 70-17, Coach Jesus Martinez figured the “easy” games through CIF wouldn’t last. But the #3 seed Lady Wolves is a “special team,” to put it in Martinez’s words, and despite the escalating competition by round, the girls are still making it look easy. On Friday

GIRLS WATER POLO ON TO CIF SEMI’S

FROM THE RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE: King 13, Segerstrom 7: The top-seeded Wolves (22-8) jumped out to an early lead and advanced to the Division 3 semifinals. King will face Sherman Oaks Notre Dame at the Woollett Aquatics Center on Wednesday at a time to be determined.