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SPLIT SQUADS SPREAD SO-CAL WITH SUCCESS

King Track and Field split their squads on Saturday sending some North and some West.  Both groups performed admirably. About 90 members of the King Track team headed out to the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains to participate in the Monrovia Invitational.  Despite the fact that the meet fell 2 hours behind its proposed

KING’S COMPASS POINTED IN THE DIRECTION OF “C”

RIVERSIDE:  Class, Character and Courage have been the three compass words of King High Track and Field ever since Coach John Corona took the helm of the program back in 2003.  Like the north star, the words — and more importantly the values embodied in them – have been the constant, guiding ideas of thousands

HALL OF FAME NOMINATIONS DOWN TO FINAL WEEKS

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

RASH’S RETURN TO RANCHO HEADLINES A GOOD DAY FOR KING TRACK

RANCHO BERNARDO, CA:  Looking back, the 2018 Rancho Bernardo Invitational (RBI) was a day that seemed to indicate the beginning of Reyte Rash’s ascendancy in the hurdle events.  After a good but not great sophomore year,  Reyte was unheralded at the 2018 RBI, but a couple of outstanding races stunned many, put him in the the

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – LANIE BAVIER

For four seasons now, Lanie Bavier has taken up the somewhat crazy event of pole vaulting and steadily become not just a more consistent athlete but a true leader, not just within her event group, but of the team as well.  Both of those attributes figure to be huge factors in what she will be contributing in the 2019

GOLIATH WINS, GETS READY TO BE DAVID

In a sport measured by time and distance, and with incremental improvements the standard agent of progress, it’s sometimes a foregone conclusion going into a track and field meet which team will likely end up on top. Giants usually take down the underdog in this sport.   Times, inches … well, they don’t lie, and the sport

KING KIDS BECOME SNAKE HANDLERS, DEFEAT THE DIAMONDBACKS

RIVERSIDE:  In the first ever dual meet against Serrano High School of Phelan (High desert), King was looking for a match-up against a quality program and the Diamondbacks were looking for the same. Mission accomplished for both squads. While King would run away with the victories at all four levels, Ken Quinn, the head coach

TRACK WEATHERS THE COMPETITION, WINS SEASON OPENER

YORBA LINDA:  The sport of outdoor track and field starts in the winter and ends in the summer.  It goes from cold to hot and Wednesday’s season opener for King reminded all involved of that simple meteorological fact. It was cold. Oh, and then it rained just for good measure, cancelling out the last two

TEN MORE ADDED AT WINTER NLI CEREMONY

A fine tradition has developed at King over recent years as the Athletic Department led by Chip George conducts affirming ceremonies three times each year to honor those student-athletes who are signing their “National Letter of Intent” to move on to the college of their choice and recruitment. On Thursday in the school’s theater, ten

SPRING SPORTS PARENT-ATHLETE MEETING IS MONDAY NIGHT

The Spring Sports Parent Meeting will be held Monday, February 4th, at 6:00 PM, in the gymnasium.  All students and parents involved in a Spring sport need to be in attendance Here are the room assignments after the general meeting in the gymnasium; Baseball                               H 133 Softball                                 MPR Track & Field                      Gymnasium Swimming                           A – 310 Boys Tennis