M L King Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 27 - 2
  • Conference Record: 10 - 0

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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

BASKETBALL FALLS SHORT IN STATE REGIONAL SEMI-FINAL

Written by Eric-Paul Johnson, The Press Enterprise LA JOLLA King’s closing run was fast and furious. It also came a little too late. King came close to erasing a 17-point deficit in the fourth quarter, but the Wolves missed three shots in the final minute that would’ve tied the game. King’s rally came up …

GIRLS READY FOR SOME MARCH MADNESS

SAN DIEGO:  With a tense and exciting victory in the first round of the State Tournament of basketball Thursday night,  the girls from King High are getting ready for some madness in March. The last day of February proved to be just about what all of February has been for the Lady Wolves, a night with another

GIRLS ROAR BACK TO WIN STATE PLAYOFF OPENER

Written by Landon Negri File photo for illustration King’s girls basketball team endured 5½ quarters in which it couldn’t find a basket. Then, for 2½ quarters Tuesday, it appeared the Wolves were shooting golf balls into Lake Mathews. The Moran sisters — Olivia and Nyah — combined … (READ the rest of the story here)

GIRLS WILL REACH FOR THE RING ON SATURDAY AT CBU

Photo courtesy of EGBHOOPS The girls basketball team will play for the CIF Division 1 Championship this Saturday, February 23rd, at the California Baptist University Arena, at 1:00 PM. Presale tickets are available at: cbutickets.cifss General Admission Tickets: $16.00 Student/Child Tickets: $9.00 Student Ticket – MUST show High School ID Card Child Ticket – 5 –

KING ROLLS INTO D1 FINALS

Written by Eric-Paul Johnson, for the Press Enterprise Photo by Michael Ares The five players on the court for the King girls basketball team at the end of the game gathered for a group hug as the final seconds ticked away. It was a fitting way for the Wolves to celebrate a historic win for

GIRLS GET A LOT DONE IN QUARTERFINAL WIN AGAINST NORTH

Written by Landon Negri, Press Enterprise Photos by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher for the Press Enterprise RIVERSIDE >> King’s girls basketball team hadn’t forgotten that lone blemish on its season suffered more than two months ago. The Wolves, apparently, also didn’t forget how to shoot free throws, either. King knocked down free throw after … (Click

KING HOOPS ARE ON THE MARCH

Photo by Myles Hamilton Both of the boys and girls basketball teams are into the next rounds of their CIF Championship tournaments after defeating their first opponents over the weekend.  For the girls, playing against Alemany HS, they won with relative ease but are already preparing for a much tougher opponent to come Wednesday in

A PERFECT TEN THREE-PEAT IN SEASON TWENTY

    Written by Jesus Martinez RIVERSIDE:  On Thursday night, the Lady Wolves finished off an undefeated league season, besting Santiago 72 to 44.  They finished with an overall record of 26-1, 10-0 in league to become back to back to back league champions. This is the first time in the 20 seasons of playing

RAYA SMITH TAKES OVER LATE AS KING GIRLS BASKETBALL CLINCHES THIRD STRAIGHT LEAGUE TITLE

Story and Photos courtesy of the Press Enterprise. Written by Eric-Paul Johnson of the Press Enterprise ejohnson@scng.com  Link to full story CORONA — King’s Raya Smith won the Big VIII League’s highest individual honor for girls basketball last season. And Smith once again performed like an MVP when the Wolves needed it most Tuesday evening.