M L King Girls Varsity Water Polo

  • Overall Record: 10 - 10
  • Conference Record: 5 - 3

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HALL OF FAME NOMINATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED

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 – KAYCIE BRADSHAW

Kaycie Bradshaw, the player with heart. Not only for the game but for her team mates. I have seen moments when the game is all but lost and Kacey is still swimming the length of the pool, pumping up her team. To me, this is one of the strongest qualities of a leader. To never

WATER POLO SUMMER SCHEDULE

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

LEAGUE CHAMP COACHES HONORED

King High School Athletics has enjoyed great success in its 19 years of competition.  From the Arrowhead League in the first year, to the Sunkist, to the Ivy and now in the Big 8, King’s presence at the league level has been productive and successful. To date, there are 141 league titles in school history, the

KING SET ON AND FOR CIF WITH FINAL VICTORY

CORONA:  On  Wednesday the King Wolves girls water polo team played in a highly anticipated rematch with the talented Santiago Sharks When the two programs played earlier in the season, there were some fundamental things that the coaches of King felt their girls needed to work on. Through hard work and learning from their mistakes the last

WINTER SIGNING ADDS SIX MORE TO COLLEGE RANKS

RIVERSIDE:  After a robust event in the Fall where nearly twenty student athletes signed their National Letter of Intent (NLI), the Winter gathering was much smaller in number but nonetheless just as rewarding for the six who were on hand to express their intent to compete at the collegiate level with their signature. The athletes

GIRLS JUST MISS THE CROWN IN CORONADO TOURNEY

SAN DIEGO:  The girls water polo team traveled south again to compete in the Coronado Tournament in beautiful San Diego.  It was a two day event that saw King playing a total of five games, and when all was said and done, the girls came back to Riverside with a solid showing, even if they

KING IN A ROUT OVER ROOSEVELT

On January 15, King water polo played against Roosevelt High School and the outcome was a rout for the Wolves. The King girls came out with a full counter attack in the first quarter and dominated the game from the beginning. Two players had outstanding games.  Madison Stamen (#11, Senior) and Jessenia Wilson (#4, Junior) had

NOT WHAT THEY WANTED, BUT MAYBE WHAT THEY NEEDED

Written by Felicia Sloneker File image from Press Enterprise for Illustration On January 10th, the King Wolves faced off against the Santiago Sharks. Starting from the moment the ball touched the water, our girls were not in the right mindset. With a full tunnel vision on their offensive counter, we fell short defensively. Madison Stamen