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WINTER SPORTS MEETING ON WEDNESDAY

All athletes and parents who are involved in one of the winter sports are asked to attend the Winter Sports Parent/Athlete meeting. This includes the sports of boys/girls basketball, wrestling, boys/girls soccer and girls water polo. It is held on Wednesday, November 16, starting at 6:00 PM in the gym with all sports, then breakout

SEE-SAW GAME ENDS WITH HISTORY CHANGED

It has been almost ten years since King football has won or even been involved in a CIF game, but that history was changed on Friday night against Paloma Valley in the first round of CIF. The two teams played each other back in September with Paloma Valley taking the win on the way to

All Teams Schedule: Week of November 14 – November 20

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for M L King High School, November 14 – November 20 MONDAY November 14, 2016 No events happening TUESDAY November 15, 2016 No events happening WEDNESDAY November 16, 2016 No events happening THURSDAY November 17, 2016 No events happening FRIDAY November 18, 2016 7:00 PM Boys Varsity Football

A TWO-FER! BOTH CROSS COUNTRY TEAMS PUNCH TICKETS FOR FINALS

RIVERSIDE: For the first time in six seasons, both of the cross country teams punched their tickets for the CIF Finals.  On a warm morning at the Riverside City Course, the teams competed in one of three heats for their Division, looking for a top-8 finish which would put them into the coveted CIF Finals to

BEARS TOO MUCH FOR WOLVES TO HANDLE

RIVERSIDE:  In Poly High School’s swim and water polo complex, King found all it could handle and more in the first round of CIF against the fourth-ranked Bears.  Despite scoring first, King would quickly find a turn around of any perceived sense of emotion as the Bears scored four unanswered points, ultimately going on to

IMPRESSIONS ASIDE, KING PLAYS TOUGH IN CIF LOSS

IRVINE:  King Tennis faced a tough opponent in University High School (Irvine) on Friday, November 4. Prior to the match, King was made aware that the Trojans were  “shocked” that King had beaten Los Alamitos High in the first round of CIF, stating their impression that they were the top team representing their league and expected to

STUDENT-ATHLETES MAKE THEIR COLLEGE CHOICES OFFICIAL

Congratulations to the following student athletes who signed their official “Letter of Intent” to compete at their college of choice. Shalexxus Aaron – Girls Basketball – USC Sante Grossi – Baseball – The United States Naval Academy Mikaela Grove – Volleyball – UCR Sarah Hein – Volleyball – Cal Lutheran Sam Butler – Golf –

BEATING EXPECTATIONS, WATER POLO WINS LEAGUE

CORONA:  In sports, teams usually match up against other teams to determine the outcome.  Sometimes, they are matched up against expectations of others; the subtle or stated impression that you’re not as capable as you might think,  that the outcome of a game or a season is a foregone conclusion.  The adversary of expectation can

D1? NO BIG DEAL FOR KING TENNIS

CIF moved King’s tennis team up to D1 for the CIF rounds, a result of a host of factors including win-loss record, history and strength of schedule.  The division plays host to many of the most talented and deep squads in Southern California. Include King in that group. And while you’re at it, include them

GOLF CARDS BEST CIF FINISH IN KING HISTORY

Girls golf ended another great season Monday,  finishing 6th at the CIF Eastern regional golf tournament. The high placement is the best finish in King history.   In the tournament, they were led by Morgan Sjoerdsma. The girls continually worked hard all season and that effort paid off producing a 14-3 record, a Big VIII Championship,