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GIRLS GOLF GETS SOME PRAISE FROM PRESS

Photo Credit: Stan Lim, Press Enterprise 9/20/16 Coach Keith Moorman’s  squad received some nice praise and a well done article in the Press Enterprise. Read it here

GOLF INFORMATION MEETING COMING WEDNESDAY

All boys who are interested in playing golf this school year, should be at an informational meeting Wednesday, September 21.  Coach Kevin LeDuc will be giving important information on the program. Time:  Second lunch Where: Room C-132. Who: Newcomers and returners should both be there.

CROSS TOWN RIVALRY GOES KING’S WAY

Photo credits:  Milka Soko, The Press Enterprise 9/18/2016 RIVERSIDE:  Entering the game with an 0-2 record, it would have been understandable had the boys from King felt some pressure to get off the mat and earn a win. That the game’s opponent was Riverside Poly, complete with so-called “Riverside bragging rights” would only serve to make the sense of

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – CAROLINA AVALOS

Carolina Avalos is relatively new to the sport of cross country, having joined up in 2015, her junior year.  That alone speaks volumes of her character as many young people are reluctant to start a new venture mid-stream of their high school experience.  The early weeks of her adventure were slow-going, as it took some

All Teams Schedule: Week of September 19 – September 25

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for M L King High School, September 19 – September 25 MONDAY September 19, 2016 2:30 PM Girls Varsity Golf @ Walnut High School SCHEDULE 2:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Golf vs. Walnut High School SCHEDULE TUESDAY September 20, 2016 3:15 PM Girls Varsity Golf vs. Norco High

KING RACES WELL UNDER WOODBRIDGE SPOTLIGHT

NORCO:  The King cross country teams contested the large, competitive and popular Woodbridge Invitational for the second-straight year on Saturday.  The historic Orange County meet was, for the first time, hosted in Norco and the short drive to face great competition was certainly a draw for the King program. The meet is also known for starting

TENNIS SWEEPS USTA-WILSON TOURNAMENT

The weekend of September 12 saw the girls tennis team play extremely well and dominated four opponents in the USTA-Wilson-CIF First Serve Tournament.  Marymount, Carpenteria, Viewpoint and Culver City amassed only 3 victories combined and King shut out Culver City 6-0 in the final. The dominating play came on a full-team effort in which Coach

GIRLS GOLF GETS IN A GOOD WEEK

RIVERSIDE:  If you run into any of the ladies who play golf for King and find them smiling, you’ll have an idea as to why. This was a very good week for them. On Monday, they hosted the King Invitational and were led by Morgan Sjoerdsma’s 84 round over 18 holes which led the squad

NIGHT HAWKS PESTER WOLVES; SNATCH VICTORY

MURRIETA VALLEY:  After a competitive weekend tournament over the previous weekend, the Lady Wolves volleyball team traveled to Murrieta Valley to take on the Night Hawks on their home course. King started well and was playing strong volleyball, taking the first set.  “We took it quite easily” said senior Mikaela Grove who had 11 kills

DO THE NUMBERS ADD UP? SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

ATTENTION:   Senior athletes, you have an opportunity to earn a scholarship for college.  The Citrus Belt Area Athletic Directors Association awards 12 grants at the end of each school year to deserving seniors. The information and requirements are noted on the form listed below CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION