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WINTER SPORTS MEETING TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 14

All parents and athletes of each winter sport are asked to attend an informational meeting on Tuesday, November 14. The meeting will be held in the gym starting at 6:30 pm. A short presentation by the Athletic Director will be followed by break-out sessions by each sport and their head coach.

BOYS BASKETBALL TRYOUTS THIS WEEK

King Boys’ Basketball Tryouts/Open Gym THIS IS FOR ALL FRESHMAN AND JV PLAYERS Tues 9/5 6:00pm-7:30pm Wed 9/6 3:30 – 5:00pm King High GYM Physical Required No Physical or Clearance, No Tryout, No Exceptions Questions? Contact Coach Dietz in Room G109 ANYONE INTERESTED IN VARSITY BASKETBALL SEE COACH DIETZ FOR DETAILS.

BOYS BASKETBALL SUMMER CAMP INFO

Click here to register for the boys Basketball Summer Camp Full Flyer   Click here for the waiver — MUST BE SIGNED! When: Monday June 19th – Friday June 23rd from 9:00am – 12:00pm. 8:30am Early Drop off: Shoot Around Where: Martin Luther King High School Gym Camp Fee: $100 Includes T-shirt and ball. Available Discounts:

SPRING NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT SIGNING CEREMONY

On Wednesday morning in the foyer of the gymnasium, surrounded by the memorabilia, trophies and names of King High’s best athletes of the past, a host of current King athletes made it official their intent to compete in their sport in college. Where 94% of all high school athletes “retire” at the end of their

RESPECT AND SPORTSMANSHIP ON DISPLAY ON SENIOR NIGHT

RIVERSIDE: King honored it’s senior class players on Tuesday night in their home gym as the Big 8 season draws to a close.  Their opponent was Norco, a team that stands in contrast to the 17-5 season that the Wolves have amassed. The 65-44 win by the Wolves was somewhat expected, but Coach Dietz and Coach Vanta

MISSED OPPORTUNITY POINTS TO NEXT ONE

File photo by the Press Enterprise RIVERSIDE:  The Centennial Huskies and the Roosevelt Mustangs sit atop the Big 8 League in Boys Basketball just as they did at the end of last season, both sharing a split of the league title in 2016. That history gave the coaches from King a hunch on Tuesday night

KING COACHES, A.D.’s HONORED BY RIVERSIDE SPORT HALL OF FAME

Written by John Corona This past Saturday, January 21, four long time members of the Martin Luther King High athletic department were inducted onto the Riverside Sports Hall of Fame (RSHOF) “Wall of Distinction.” 14 year Athletic Director Tony Masi; King’s first baseball coach, Rich Graves ; Girls Tennis coach Becky Gagnon and boys and

PAST MEETS PRESENT AND ITS A WIN

RIVERSIDE:  15 years ago the very young, very new King High Basketball program demonstrated that a school doesn’t need to be old in order to be good.  Under the leadership of head coach Tim Sweeney and behind the “State Player of the Year” play of Marvin Lea, that group, in just the third year of King’s existence made history

ROOSEVELT UPENDS KING IN BOYS BASKETBALL

RIVERSIDE: Two nights ago, the Mustangs of Roosevelt came to King High for a Big 8 League match up  and upended King by a score of 65-54. “Nothing is going to come easy” coach Mark Vanta commented.  “We’re learning you have to work for it and sometimes that’s just not enough.” Jordan Robinson again led the Wolves in

BOYS STEAL THE WIN FROM TORRANCE

RIVERSIDE:  In the ML King Showcase tournament, King played host to Torrance High, and while the final score of 71-67 in King’s favor notched a win for the Wolves, it wasn’t indicative of their play. “We got comfortable with a great start to the game” coach Mark Vanta explained, “but then we got put in