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2nd HALL OF FAME INDUCTION COMING IN OCTOBER

Heidi Garrett and Marvin Lea will be inducted into the second class of the King High Hall of Fame.  This distinguished ceremony will come one year after the Hall of Fame’s Inaugural Class of Kawhi Leonard, Nicole Smith and Ray Plutko were honored. (click here for the story and photos) Both of the 2019 recipients

GIRLS SOCCER IS HOLDING TRYOUTS

Girls interested in joining the soccer team this Winter!  Tryouts are coming.  If you are in a Fall sport, your tryout will be after the season is over. Click this link for more information

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

SUMMER CAMPS FOR 2019

All interested students and parents are encouraged to look into the various summer camps that are being held throughout the summer. A list is being compiled, with more to come throughout the month of May, and are located on the “MORE” link of this website

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

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

100% BETTER THAN LAST YEAR, SOCCER CLOSES OUT THE SEASON

RIVERSIDE:  To the casual observer, closing out a season at 8-11-5 wouldn’t look like something to cheer about, but for Coach Dave Smith, the girls of King finished with quite a season. In fact, they are 100% better than where they were 12 months ago and that is reason enough to celebrate.  At just 4 wins

IMPROVEMENT IS STILL THE NAME OF THE GAME

CORONA:  The King girls lost to first place Centennial 2-0 on the road last night. The scoring occurred early with two corner kick goals for Centennial at the 12 and 19 minute mark. “Centennial has made a mark in the Big VIII this year with their ability to score corner kick goals.” said King head

2-0 VICTORY BECOMES A LAUGHER

RIVERSIDE:  Corona High School came to King on Thursday to take on the girls in soccer. King came after Corona quickly and just four minutes into the game Andi Hanjie took a hard shot from the 10 yard line that was deflected by the Corona goal keeper.  The rebound was handled deftly by Hanjie and