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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.

NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT SIGNING DAY

19 Student-Athletes assembled in the King High theater in front of a crowd that numbered in excess of 100 people to declare and sign their National Letter of Intent to compete and study at the college of their choice. The colleges and universities represented in the room spanned the country; from Boston to Iowa to Louisiana

GIRLS BASKETBALL TRYOUTS

For new students to King High only, the girls basketball team will hold tryouts September 20th and 27th. The time will be from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM in the King High Gymnasium. All those trying out MUST have a Dr’s physical completed and on file with the Athletic Director. See the Athletic Director’s office

GIRLS BASKETBALL SUMMER CAMP

Coach Martinez has announced a three-day summer camp for girls playing basketball. Click here for information and a link to sign up. 

AARON IS THIRD KING ATHLETE SELECTED FOR PRESS’S TOP HONOR

Photo by the Press Enterprise Shalexxus Aaron has been selected by the Press Enterprise as the Girls Basketball Player of the Year. Click here for Landon Negri’s fine article about Aaron’s season. Her selection serves as a “triple crown” of sorts for the ladies from King High Athletics this school year, as she’s the third

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

12 STRONG WITH ONE TO GO

Photo by Press Enterprise Written by Jesus Martinez RIVERSIDE:  In front of a packed home gymnasium on Wednesday night, the Lady Wolves achieved something that had never been done in the history of MLK girls basketball: they obtained a huge win over Mira Costa High School to advance to the Semi-finals of the CIF playoffs.  With

THE KING EXPRESS CONTINUES ON

RIVERSIDE: The girls’ basketball team finished the regular season as the Big 8 Champs and with an astounding season record of 26-1. They had nine days to prepare for their first round game of CIF as the Number-One seeded team in Division 1AA. The girls, led by Shalexxus Aaron, got out to a commanding start and

AN ALMOST PERFECT TEN NETS THE TITLE

On their home court Thursday night, the Lady Wolves basketball team captured their first league title since 2008, defeating Centennial in overtime 52-48. It concluded an almost perfect season, as the team finished with an overall record of 9-1 in league and 26-1 for the entire season. The game was the difference between a 3

ONE UP, TWO TO GO

Photo by Press Enterprise The Girls Basketball team moved to 24-1 and 7-1 in league, avenging their only loss of the season yesterday to Roosevelt, beating the Mustangs on King’s court, 49-36.   The win puts the Wolves in line for a share of the league title with two games to play. The Press Enterprise wrote