M L King Boys Varsity Volleyball

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KING WELCOMES COREY KLEVEN TO THE COACHING STAFF

As Coach Sondra Lough resigned from the head boys volleyball coaching position at the end of last season, King’s search for her replacement landed a local with King ties, Corey Kleven. Corey Kleven will take the helm of the boys volleyball program in the spring of 2020.  He is married to Debora Kleven who is a

SPORTS PHYSICALS TO BE HELD ON CAMPUS

Though the Fall season will have already started, there will be Sports Physicals/Screening held on campus in August for those athletes who need to renew their Dr’s physical or for Winter/Spring Athletes who want to get ahead. Click here for more information Click here for the announcement of a new doctor working with the SPORT

EVERYONE DIGS AN ALUMNI GAME!

    Written by Coach Sondra Lough King Volleyball Alumni Match is one of the long traditions that has been running for over a decade.  A custom started by Coach Gene Krieger and Sondra Lough.  The match is not just a game but also a time for Alumni to reunite with fellow teammates and the school. 

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

ROOSEVELT REMAINS UNDEFEATED AS KING BOWS OUT GRACEFULLY

RIVERSIDE:  The boys’ volleyball team finished their last match and Senior Night to the undefeated Roosevelt Mustangs, losing in three sets, 16-25, 11-25, 18-25. Senior Outside Hitter, Sean Sharpe finished with 3 Aces, 5 Kills, and 5 Digs.  Jayden Hackbarth, Jaden Evangelist and Taylor Vandenberg earned 5 Kills apiece.  Ian Swanson ran the offense with

TURF BATTLE GOES KING’S WAY

RIVERSIDE:  As the volleyball season comes to a close, it has been a season full of adversity for the King Wolves boys volleyball team (5-15).  A win, any win, would go a long way to soothing some of the frustration that the team has endured. Especially a win over Riverside Poly. While the Bears may

EAGLES SERVE UP DIFFICULTY FOR KING

The King Wolves Boys Volleyball team showed some of their best play at the net all season.  Unfortunately, it didn’t come until the third set and the lads weren’t able to sustain that energy the rest of the match. The La Sierra Eagles are currently third place. “I really felt we had the momentum going into the fourth

NORCO WINS BUT KING MAKES THEM EARN IT

NORCO:  After an convincing win over Corona last week, the boys’ volleyball team knew they were facing a tough opponent, the Norco Cougars.  Norco is currently 2nd place in league. King came out strong playing tough all around staying with the Cougars point for point.  At the end of the first set the Wolves lost a

SHARKS START RUNNING, GET AWAY FROM KING

File photo for illustration. Boys volleyball lost to the Sharks in four set match.  It was a match of runs. “We just could not seem to stay in rhythm and sustain our poise.” said Coach Sondra Lough after the match. The first set went to the Sharks (25-18) and the Wolves rallied back to win