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Everett Herald Article on King's Academic Success

King’s boys XC, football each win 1A academic state title
• By Doug Flanagan 
The King’s boys cross country and football teams won 1A state academic championships.
The harriers had a collective grade-point average of 3.85, while the football players posted a cumulative 3.40 GPA.
So much of King’s academic success “is because of the school culture. Athletics are...

Volleyball Wins State

What a weekend in Yakima. A brutal draw made winning State even sweeter as we faced #1, #5, #3 and the #2 ranked teams en route to winning the State Championship! The win is the program’s 3rd, first since 2009. The 2017 Knights left no doubt, losing only two sets along the way.

We love these girls so much and bid farewell to our seniors who made such an impact on the program and leave an...

Cross Country Travels to State for the 27th year in a Row

That's right. King's Cross Country has taken at least one team to State every year for the last 27 years. In 2017, the girls team qualified and are ranked 6th in State. The Lady Knights are led by sophomore Naomi Smith who is ranked 6th in State herself. Senior Captain Allison Perrow will make her third run at State and hopes to push her team onto the top 4 team podium. Rounding out the team is...

Cross Country Teams Finish 2nd at Conference Final

2A Cedarcrest won both team titles for the 8th year in a row.

Both girls and boys cross country teams finished 2nd place at the Cascade Conference Championships.

Naomi Smith, in her first year of cross country, won the girls title with a 5K time of 19:00.

The boys team was led by Cameron Chew's 4th place time of 16:57.

Allison Perrow raced to a personal record of 20:12, placing 4th.

Colby Crispeno...

State Academic Champions

King's Football team has won the State Academic Championships for the 7th time.

King's Boys Cross Country has won the State Academic Championships for the 3rd time.

Footbal G.P.A. - 3.4

Cross Country G.P.A. - 3.8

King’s cashes in on Cedar Park Christian’s miscues in 45-27 win

Edmonds Beacon Article
By David Pan | Oct 12, 2017
King’s made the most of its opportunities against Cedar Park Christian – Bothell.

Four fumbles by the Eagles gave the Knights’ offense a short field and enabled King’s to claim a 45-27 victory in a Cascade Conference football game Friday, Oct. 6, at Woolsey Stadium.

Knights coach Jim Shapiro described his team’s play...

Senior quarterback Blevins powers Knights past Mariners

Edmonds Beacon article
By David Pan | Oct 05, 2017
King’s Brennon Blevins did it all against Sehome.

The senior quarterback completed 19 of 38 passes for 394 yards and three touchdowns and also ran 20 times for 160 yards and four TDs to lead the Knights to a 47-28 victory over Sehome in a non-conference football game Friday, Sept. 29, at Woolsey Stadium.

“He really showcased the kind of...

King's Volleyball Ranked 4th in State

Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association State Rankings 1A Week 2

1.Lakeside(9 Mile Falls)

2.Lynden Christian

3.Cascade(Leavenworth)

4.Kings

8.Freeman

5.Castle Rock

6.South Whidbey

7.Granger

9.Naches Valley

10.Cascade Christian

Knights beat Red Wolves for first win | Football

Everett Herald
By David Pan | Sep 28, 2017
After winning its first game of the season, King’s had every right to be excited.

The Knights started out strong, scoring 21 points in the first quarter en route to a 31-10 victory over Cedarcrest in a Cascade Conference football game Friday, Sept. 22, at Woolsey Stadium.

But after the game some of the Knights talked with coach Jim Shapiro and they...

Meadowdale, King's at a glance | Cross country

Edmonds Beacon Article

Sep 28, 2017
Meadowdale

Coach: Kris Maraveller, 17th year

Top runners: Senior Colin Knechtel is a two-time state participant. He finished 45th at last year’s 3A boys state championships. At this month’s Carl Westling South Whidbey Invitational, Knechtel placed 28th. Freshmen Lance Brodenhausen, Thomas Stancik and Cole Sargent were 73rd, 77th and 81st. The top...

Freshmen give King’s big boost | Girls soccer

By David Pan | Sep 21, 2017
The King’s girls soccer team is being overrun by freshmen.

The Knights graduated seven seniors from last season’s team that finished third at the 1A state tournament.

To help fill that void and the absence of a couple of individuals who aren’t playing high school soccer this season, King’s added six freshmen to the varsity roster. The six...

King’s battles hard against defending state champs | Football

Knights upbeat after giving Wildcats all they can handle in 35-7 league opening loss
By David Pan | Sep 21, 2017 
King’s came out on the losing end in its league opener against defending 2A state champion Archbishop Murphy.

But you wouldn’t necessarily know that looking at the Knights after the game and listening to coach Jim Shapiro.

Players and coaches left Terry Ennis Stadium...

Experienced Knights head into 2017 season with high aspirations

Experienced Knights head into 2017 season with high aspirations | Volleyball
King’s has 6 players who are 5-10 or taller
By David Pan | Sep 14, 2017
King’s may be a 1A school, but the Knights volleyball team is standing tall.
Opponents should be prepared to face a squad with quite a bit of height. King’s roster included six players, who are 5-feet-10 or taller.
While some other...

King’s loses to Lakeside in wild shootout

King’s loses to Lakeside in wild shootout
By David Robert Pan | Sep 14, 2017
King's Brennon Blevins runs for a touchdown against Lakeside Friday, Sept. 8, at Woolsey Stadium in Shoreline.
Football fans might have done a double take Friday night at Woolsey Stadium.
What was supposed to be a football game between King’s and Lakeside turned into a race to the end zone.
The Lions won that...

Everett Herald XC Preview

Prep cross country preview: 5 storylines to watch
Doug Flanagan
Tue Sep 12th, 2017 10:57pm

Here are five storylines to watch from the local cross country scene this fall:
1. Glacier Peak will be the class of Wesco 4A boys. Most of the Grizzlies’ top runners return, including Riley McDowell, who placed 21st at last year’s 4A state meet. “McDowell is the (conference) favorite,”...

Everett Herald Football Preview

Cascade Conference preview: Coaches poll, storylines to watch

CAMERON VAN TILSun Aug 27th, 2017 7:29amSPORTS

Coaches poll

The predicted order of finish as voted on by the league’s coaches. Included are total points, with first-place votes in parentheses.

1. Archbishop Murphy (4) — 20

2. King’s (1) — 17

3. CPC-Bothell — 14

4. Cedarcrest — 10

5. Granite Falls...

Girls Basketball Edmonds Beacon Article

Youth movement shakes up Knights | Girls basketball

King’s is bringing back only 4 players

By David Pan | Aug 03, 2017 - Edmonds Beacon

Junior-to-be guard Dominique Kirton is one of the few returning players with experience for King’s next season.

A busy offseason for King’s girls basketball team wrapped up last month when the Knights headed to California for two select...

KING'S TRACK WINS 16TH TEAM STATE TITLE, JACKSON AND PERRY WIN TITLES

2017 adds another Track State Title to King's Track team. This time the boys team won scoring 67 points over the 50 points of Deer Park. This the the 8th Team Title since 2005 which equals the 8 titles that the King's girls team has won. The 16 total team titles is the most of any team in the state of Washington.

The boys team was lead by Caleb Perry as he defended his title in the 100 meters into...

COMPLETE LIST STATE CHAMPIONS     TEAM, INDIVIDUAL & ACADEMIC

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