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SOCCER HANGS A HIGH 5 ON SEASON OPENER

The opening game of the 2016 soccer season was Wolf on Wolf as the Wolfpack of Great Oak High school of Temecula traveled up the 215 freeway to play King on the Wolves home field.  The new season presents an opportunity for a host of new varsity-level players to get valuable playing time and experience,

COACH MARTINEZ ON THE GIRLS BASKETBALL SEASON

1. How long have you been coaching at King? This is my 6th season as Head Coach for the Girls’ varsity Basketball program 2.  What was your 2015 season like? Our season was successful.  In a tough league, we finished tied for 3rd and made it to the playoffs, losing to Canyon Springs by 6. 3. How

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – EDUARDO NAVAS

Eduardo has been a part of the soccer program for all four years.  He is responsible and can be counted on for any task assigned to him.  He has gained the respect of his peers as a captain and is well liked by all that he comes in contact with, students and staff alike.  He

PEAK PERFORMANCES THIS FALL SEASON!

The PEAK (Promoting Educational Athletics at King) program was started this year. The coaches and the Athletic Director have done consistent work talking with student athletes and with the coaches and it seems to be making a difference in regards to our athletes’ character and commitment. At the completion of first quarter King has 1209 student athletes

All Teams Schedule: Week of November 28 – December 4

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for M L King High School, November 28 – December 4 MONDAY November 28, 2016 TBA Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Centennial/Corona – Centennial/King Tournamen SCHEDULE TBA Boys Freshman Basketball vs. Centennial/Corona – Centennial/King Tournamen SCHEDULE TBA Boys Junior Varsity Basketball vs. Centennial/Corona – Centennial/King Tournamen SCHEDULE TUESDAY November

HISTORIC SEASON HAS A MAGICAL ENDING

FRESNO: The 30th annual California State Championship was held in near-perfect conditions Saturday at Woodward Park in Fresno.  Five CIF Divisional races saw hundreds of teams from across the state converge for a chance to compete on the sport’s biggest stage.  King’s girls — a team few would have predicted five months ago to be

KING’S HISTORIC RUN GOES ON

Photo courtesy of the Press Enterprise The football team’s resurgence in the CIF rounds after a 3-7 season continued on Friday night at King with a win over Los Angeles Salesian High School.  The score was 21-14 in the quarter final CIF Division 5 game. “We had another total team effort with sophomore running back

THE DIFFERENCE A YEAR CAN MAKE – GIRLS ON TO STATE!

The CIF Finals were held in Riverside, the first time in over 30 years that the meet has been run on terrain other than the storied layout of Mt.SAC. The change of venue – and the course itself – has been a topic of conversation, garnering much of the story in the preceding weeks as

AN INTERVIEW WITH COACH PETERS BEFORE CIF FINALS

In advance of the CIF Championship this Saturday, held in Riverside, Coach Peters answered some questions. The boys will race at 9:00 AM, girls at 10:05 AM.  Tickets are $10.00, $5 for students with ID. What do you expect? I’m excited about the opportunity it presents for our teams. The boys were a JV team

AN INTERVIEW WITH COACH CORRIDAN BEFORE THE CIF GAME

In advance of the 2nd round CIF game coming Friday night to King High, we asked Coach Corridan to give us a preview. Tickets for the game are $10 for adults and $5.00 for students with Student ID. What do you expect to see in the game? We enter the game as an underdog after