M L King Boys Varsity Baseball

  • Overall Record: 17 - 9 - 1
  • Conference Record: 8 - 6

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RASH, SJOERDSMA ARE THE 2019 ATHLETES OF THE YEAR

The Athletes of the Year for the King High Athletic Program are Morgan Sjoerdsma and Reyte Rash.   SHE’S GONNA NEED A NEW GOLF BAG Morgan Sjoerdsma has spent almost her whole life golfing.  She first picked up a club at four years old.  You read that right … four. Lucinda Brewer, King High’s former softball

BASEBALL ADVANCES IN BIG WIN OVER BONITA

SAN DIMAS:  On the road again for their second game of the CIF Championship rounds and the King baseball team knew their order was a tall one:  Beat Bonita HS, the #4 seed in the division. That they did, in a nail-biting way, winning by a score of 3-2. It was a well-played and intense

WOLVES GET EARLY MO AND NEVER LOOK BACK

TUJUNGA CANYON:  It was a long drive to Tujunga Canyon – 75 miles each way, to be exact – but it didn’t take long for the Boys from King to think every single one of those miles was worth it. Baseball games aren’t won in the first inning, but putting up three runs in the

NLI CEREMONY CLOSES BIG YEAR ATHLETICALLY

For the third time in this school year, King Athletics held a “National Letter of Intent” signing ceremony on Wednesday and it capped a year of excellence in which numerous King athletes indicated their intent to compete in college. In front of an audience of parents, teachers, coaches and administrators, another 14 put their names onto

WALLENDER IN TOP FORM AS CORONA BLANKS KING

Written by Eric Paul Johnson. Published in pe.com At Wednesday’s practice, Corona baseball coach Andy Wise called upon the few seniors on the team to be leaders over the final month of the season. Kiki Wallander obviously was listening and prepared to accept Wise’s challenge. Wallander fired a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts Thursday …. read the rest

KING GOES TO WORK IN THE OC, WINS FOUR

IRVINE:   Ask most commuters who take the 91 every day into the OC how they like the drive, the reply won’t likely be a positive one. Ask baseball head coach Steve Madril what it was like last week to travel to Irvine’s Great Park four times for the Ryan Lemmon Tournament at least he’s honest:  

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

BASEBALL PLAYERS JOIN READ ACROSS AMERICA CAMPAIGN

The King Baseball team had a great experience this morning participating in National Read Across America Day at Mark Twain Elementary School. “I really enjoy seeing our boys out of their comfort zone and observing how they react and adapt to something unfamiliar to them” noted Head Coach Steve Madril. “They had a blast reading to

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