M L King Boys Varsity Water Polo

  • Overall Record: 13 - 10
  • Conference Record: 6 - 2

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AN ANTHEM OF HOPE IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH

51 years ago today in Memphis, a shot rang out, it’s report echoing off the walls of downtown.  The bullet found its intended mark; a silver retort to the message and the messenger. Martin Luther King fell backward, splayed on the second floor balcony of the Lorraine Motel.  A teal blue door to room 306

LAST DAYS FOR HALL OF FAME NOMINATIONS

After a very successful Inaugural Class Induction ceremony last Fall, the King High Sports Hall of Fame is now accepting nominations from the community and school for the 2019 class. (To read that story, click here) To nominate a candidate for the Martin Luther King High School Hall of Fame in 2019-2020 please complete this

IF HE WALKED THESE HALLS

If He Walked These Halls: A Reflection on Martin Luther King Day Written by Brad Peters Swing wide the front doors of King High, enter, and you’ll come face to face with Martin Luther King. Not in person of course, but by way of a large mural that wraps a wall from floor to ceiling.

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – WILLIAM TIBBETTS

William Tibbetts is an outstanding student-athlete and person. You will always find him with a good attitude and a smile on his face. He works hard to succeed and sets a good example to follow on campus, and in his sport of water polo. He is considerate of teammates and willing to help others while

EACH PLAYING THEIR ROLE, THE WOLVES WIN

CORONA: The boys’ water polo team was busy over the weekend, playing five games in the Corona D4/D5 Tournament. All five games turned out to be winners for King and the Wolves went home tired but happy, carrying with them the Tournament Title and trophy. “The boys showed extremely good teamwork and were tough on both

COUGARS TAKE A BITE OUT OF WOLVES

RANCHO CUCAMONGA:  The boys water polo team took to the pool in Rancho Cucamonga against RCHS and despite some hard fought comebacks throughout the contest the Wolves came up a bit short, 11-15. “We went down early and fought back to even several times” said head coach Chad Rahn, but with the score 9-10 in the

FALL SPORTS PARENT-ATHLETE MEETING IS THIS WEDNESDAY

On Wednesday, August 22, all students and parents in the Fall Season sports are asked to be at an Informational meeting. It will start in the gymnasium, then each sport will have “break out sessions” that will address their specific program. August 22 6:00 PM  

WATER POLO SUMMER SCHEDULE

Schedules for the Water Polo teams this summer Girls Water Polo Boys Water Polo Boys/Girls Water Polo

LAST DAYS FOR COMMUNITY INPUT ON ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME

As the 20th school year in King High’s history arrives next August, an exciting addition to add to and honor that history will be unveiled … the Martin Luther King High School Athletic Hall of Fame. Remarkably, despite the school’s relative youth, athletic programs and individuals across the spectrum have excelled inside this short time

OVER-SIZED IN SCORE, NOT IN FIGHT

CORONA: “The [Corona] Panthers have a lot of big seniors” said King head coach, Chad Rahn, speaking of Tuesday’s opponent in water polo.  “We were out-sized but our young guys were able to match them fairly well.” Which might have been the biggest gain in a game that the Wolves eventually lost, 5-10. Rahn’s younger and smaller