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King’s wins Scholastic Cup for the 10th time.

Jun 13, 2019  Edmonds Beacon Article

King’s High School was named the 2018-19 Scholastic Cup Champion for Class 1A, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) announced.
The other classification champions are: Almira Coulee Hartline (1B), Northwest Christian (Colbert) (2B), Sehome (2A), Lakeside (Seattle) (3A) and Mead (4A).
King’s earned a third of its 1,235...

Knights earn all-North Sound Conference spring recognition

Jun 20, 2019 Edmonds Beacon Article

Seven King’s players earned North Sound Conference boys soccer honors.
Gunnar Morehead was named Goalkeeper of the Year and Christian Engmann was announced as Defender of the Year.
Also earning first-team honors were midfielders Hiroto Nasu and Christof Rosler, forward Jack McCallister and defenders Ram Deo-Campo Voung and Ian Richards.
King’s Grayson...

King’s Smith wins two state championships | Track and field

Two Knights relays also finish first at 1A meet
By David Pan | May 30, 2019 Edmonds Beacon
King’s junior Naomi Smith captured the 1,600- and 3,200-meter titles at the 1A state track and field championships.
At the start of the track and field season, King’s Naomi Smith wasn’t really thinking about winning state titles.
The junior standout, who placed first at last fall’s state...

Girls Track Wins Bi Districts for the 3rd year in a row

King's Girls 107 outscored Meridian 94, Lynden Christian 92 and Northwest 79 for the third year in a row.

King's will be moving on 10 girls to the State Championships next week in Cheney.

The Lady Knights were led by event wins by Maci Hodgins - Pole Vault, Naomi Smith - 3200m, Hannah Hawkins, Hannah Carrithers, Kat Kirkpatrick and Maci Hodgins - 4*100 relay, Emma Culberson, Kat Kirkpatrick, Maci...

All District Track Teams

BOYS ALL DISTRICT TRACK TEAM

  • 100M - CONLISK - COUPEVILLE 11.04
  • 200M - CONLISK - COUPEVILLE 22.06
  • 400M - CONLISK - COUPEVILLE 51.18
  • 800M - YALE - S.WHIDBEY 1:58.91
  • 1600M - YALE - S.WHIDBEY 4:27.60
  • 3200M - DHATE - MERIDIAN 10:00.69
  • 110H - STUIT - MERIDIAN 14.80
  • 300H - PIERCE PAPKE - KING'S 40.71
  • 400 RELAY - COUPEVILLE 44.16
  • 1600 RELAY - GABELEIN, ROLFS, GOING, PAPKE-KING'S 3:33.82
  • SHOTPUT -...

Knights stun Falcons with two last-minute goals | Boys soccer

King’s beats South Whidbey 3-2 in 1A District title game
By David Pan | May 09, 2019 Edmonds Beacon
King’s Gunnar Morehead celebrates after scoring the winning goal on a free kick against South Whidbey in the 1A District championship game Saturday, May 4, at Shoreline Stadium.
The odds were stacked against King’s.
With about a minute left in regulation, the Knights trailed North...

2019 All Conference Track Teams

2019 North Sound Conference Champions

Girls Team - KING'S HIGH SCHOOL 192 points

  • 100 meter - Matason Straub - South Whidbey 13.00
  • 200 meter - HANNAH HAWKINS - KING'S  27.36
  • 400 meter - HANNAH HAWKINS - KING'S 60.95
  • 800 meter - NAOMI SMITH - KING'S 2:21.80
  • 1600 meter - NAOMI SMITH - KING'S 5:01.11
  • 3200 meter - Kia Swegler Richmond - South Whidbey  11:36.89
  • 100m hurdles - EMMA CULBERSON -...

King’s Smith tops in 1,600 and 3,200 | Track and field

Apr 25, 2019 , Edmonds Beacon, David Pan

King’s Naomi Smith looks like she could add a couple of track and field titles to her resumé.
Smith, who won a 1A state girls cross country title last fall, currently has the fastest times in the, 1,600 and 3,200-meter races. Smith finished the 1,600 in 5:00.65 at the Kent-Meridian Invitational on March 30 and ran a 10:25.50 in the 3,200 at the...

Young Knights racking up the victories | Boys soccer

By David Pan | Apr 04, 2019 Edmonds Beacon
King’s Ray Li boots the ball during a game against Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) last season.
The King’s boys soccer team is finding success with a young lineup.
With only two seniors on the roster, the Knights currently are tied for first place in the North Sound Conference with South Whidbey. Both teams have 3-0 league records heading into...

Track is looking to continue the tradition

King's boys track team has won the state title in 3 of the last 4 seasons. That makes 9 total titles which is the most of any team in King's history.

Most of those contributors are gone but present group of athletes are capable of continuing the tradition of success.

Seniors Anthony Hart (distance), Pierce Papke (hurdles and relays), Michael Bickness (discus), Alex Grimm (pole vault), Sam Arnott...

Opening their home and hearts

Jim and Wendy Shapiro of Edmonds have fostered 24 kids in the last 15 years
By David Pan | Mar 28, 2019 Edmonds Beacon
As foster parents, Jim and Wendy Shapiro have taken care of 24 children in the last 15 years. The Shapiros later adopted one of those children, Kai, 8, who came to them when he was a baby.
The numbers were startling to hear.
Jim and Wendy Shapiro were listening to a sermon by their...

All Conference Basketball Teams Announced

BOYS BASKETBALL
North Sound Conference
Player of the Year
Kody Newman, sr., South Whidbey
First Team
Ben Haider, sr., Granite Falls
Nate Kleppe, sr., King’s
Elyon Zevenbergen, sr., King’s
Luke Allen, jr., Cedar Park Christian
Tyler Linhardt, fr., King’s
Second Team
Hunter Reeves, sr., King’s
Levi Buck, jr., South Whidbey
Carson Wrightson, jr., South Whidbey
Ryan Baker, so.,...

Knights take third at state tournament | Boys basketball

King’s scores huge upset over Lynden Christian in the quarterfinals
By David Pan - Edmonds Beacon | Mar 07, 2019
King’s Tyler Linhardt was a first-team, all-tournament selection, the only freshman to earn those honors. Linhardt helped lead the Knights to a third-place finish at the 1A state tournament.
In a span of just over 24 hours, the King’s boys basketball team experienced...

King’s boys, girls head to state regionals | Basketball

The King’s girls basketball team is headed back to the 1A state tournament in the Yakima Valley SunDome, while the boys team is looking to secure a trip to Yakima.
Claire Gallagher scored 17 points and Mia Flor added 13 points to lead the Knights to a 58-39 victory over Seattle Academy in a winner-to-state regionals/loser-out game Friday, Feb. 15, at Seattle Academy High School. A day...

Knights start off new year with impressive wins | Basketball

King’s hoops teams are both undefeated in North Sound Conference play
By David Pan | Jan 10, 2019 Edmonds Beacon
King’s Jada Wynn attempts a shot while being guarded by Coupeville’s Lindsey Roberts and Hannah Davidson Friday, Jan. 4, at King’s High School.
The King’s boys and girls basketball teams haven’t skipped a beat.
After playing well in a pair of holiday...

King’s captures Knight Time Classic championship | Girls basketball

Jan 03, 2019 Edmonds Beacon
The King’s girls basketball team claimed the Knight Time Classic championship over the holidays in Ontario, California.
The Knights defeated Whittier Christian 39-38 in the title game Saturday. Dec. 29.
Sophomore Claire Gallagher was named the tournament MVP and teammates Mia Flor and Jada Wynn were selected to the all-tournament team. King’s Jayden Kirton...

King’s loses momentum in fourth quarter, falls to Lynden | Girls basketball

By David Pan | Dec 20, 2018 Edmonds Beacon
King’s appeared to have seized the momentum.
Trailing Lynden 40-30 at the end of the third quarter, the Knights scored five unanswered points to cut the deficit to five points less than a minute into the final period.
But Lynden responded with an 8-0 run to extend its lead to 13 points and then went on to defeat King’s 58-45 in a nonconference...

King’s talented senior class embraces high expectations | Boys basketball

By David Pan | Dec 06, 2018  Edmonds Beacon
King’s senior Hunter Reeves is guarded by two Glacier Peak defenders during a nonconference game Friday, Nov. 30, at Glacier Peak High School.
King’s did not win its season opener against Glacier Peak, but the Knights definitely proved they are a team to watch this season.

On the road against a 4A school that advanced to the state...

Returning talent boosts Knights | Girls basketball

Nov 29, 2018 Edmonds Beacon Article
Senior Dominique Kirton wants to lead King’s back to state tournament.
King’s is ready to make some noise in the postseason.

Despite having four freshmen in the starting lineup, the Knights came up just a basket short of securing a berth to the 1A state girls basketball tournament last season.

The 52-51 loss to Nooksack Valley at the district...

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