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Posted 08/07/2020 09:56AM
TKA Athletics Featured in NBC Bay Area News on "California Issues Health Guidelines for Youth Sports". 
Posted 07/30/2020 11:03AM

Fall Sports Season Delayed: California Interscholastic Federation (CIF), the state's governing body for high school athletics, announced that the until 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic. Questions? Contact Joe Maemone, Athletic Director

High School Sports Sign-Ups:  Monday, October 12 - Monday, November 2
The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) has condensed the entire high school sports year into the second semester and divided it into two seasons. Both seasons indicated below will occur at the same time. Student-athletes who sign up for a sport in Season 1 may also sign up for a sport in Season 2. Please note: All plans are subject to change based on COVID-19 containment and public health orders.


Season 1 and Date Practice Begins:

  • Cross Country - Monday, December 14
  • Football - Monday, December 14
  • Boys and Girls Volleyball - Monday, December 14

Season 2 and Date Practice Begins:

  • Boys and Girls Soccer - Monday, February 22
  • Boys and Girls Tennis - Monday, February 22
  • Boys and Girls Swimming - Monday, March 8
  • Boys and Girls Basketball - Monday, March 15
  • Baseball - Monday, March 15
  • Boys and Girls Golf - Monday, March 15
  • Softball - Monday, March 15
  • Track and Field - Monday, March 15

Junior High Sports Sign-Ups:  Monday, November 9 - Monday, November 23

At this time, the West Bay Athletic League (WBAL) intends to begin junior high sports in January 2021. Please note: All plans are subject to change based on COVID-19 containment and public health orders.

Posted 05/28/2020 03:08PM
TKA athletics created as a way to honor spring sport senior athletes, since these seniors did not get a "Senior Night" experience due to the pandemic.  Congratulations SENIORS. Wherever you go, BE A KNIGHT!
The video is 12:00 minutes long, so here are the timestamps for each sport:
  • Baseball: 2:00
  • Golf: 2:41
  • Softball: 3:25
  • Swimming: 4:56
  • Tennis: 6:29
  • Track and Field: 7:22
  • Boys Volleyball: 11:00
  • Ending: 11:47
Posted 05/27/2020 03:02PM

澳门hg0088皇冠the king’s academy is proud to announce the following graduates of the class of 2020 who have committed to competing in collegiate athletics at their respective colleges. tka will continue to cheer you on, knights!

  • Gitika Chaudhry: Soccer, Emory University (GA)
  • Jayden Frazier: Football, Foothill College (CA)
  • Giulianna Giordano: Softball, Calvin University (MI)
  • Tyler Hartley: Cross Country/Track and Field, Westmont College (CA)
  • Zoe Jacobs: Swimming, Carnegie Mellon University (PA)
  • Charles Jones III: Football, Clarke University (IA)
  • Taylor Kang: Golf, Carleton College (MN)
  • Zach Lewman: Football, Cal Lutheran University (CA)
  • Anna Mokkapati: Cross Country, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MA)
  • Kelaiah Moore: Track and Field, Biola University (CA)
  • Kevin Sielski: Football, College of San Mateo (CA)
  • Larry Song: Fencing, University of California, San Diego (CA)
  • Hunter Wright: Football, University of San Diego (CA)
Posted 05/04/2020 03:11PM
Kamau Carlisle is one of the best track and field athletes that TKA has ever had. He holds the school record in the 100m(10.87), 200m(21.99) and 4x100m Relay(42.46). He also ranks 2nd all time in the long jump(23' 3.5"). He was a 2-time state qualifier in the long jump where he placed 12th in 2018. After one year of running at Biola, Kamau has now committed to run Division 1 at Cal where he will continue to jump and sprint. Congrats Kamau!
Posted 04/24/2020 03:43PM

澳门hg0088皇冠considering the unique circumstances surrounding this year, the athletics department decided to give four sports awards. the awards were given during a "congratulatory drive-by" from the coach to each student. congratulations knights!

  • Fall Sport Athletes: Noah Short (Football); Valerie Legates (Volleyball).
  • Winter Sport Athletes: Jeffrey Taylor (Basketball); Kristyn Barton (Basketball).
Posted 04/24/2020 03:40PM

P.E. Uniforms:  The P.E. uniform ordering window is now open through Wednesday, July 15.  This is the only opportunity to order uniforms if you need new items for fall.  The uniforms have not changed. Details at atmosphere2009.com/peuniformFlyer here.

 

Posted 04/24/2020 03:35PM
NFHS network is giving free digital downloads of 2019-2020 high school championship games.
Posted 03/07/2020 01:18PM

friday night, 3/6, tka knights raced at the famous kezar stadium. the athletes braved the chilly weather and performed well.

Junior Noah Short ran two personal records and posted the fastest time in CCS for the 100 meters so far this season. He won the 100 meter race in a time 11.14 and came back in the 200 meter race澳门hg0088皇冠 in a time of 22.62 to win that race as well. His time in the 200 meters moved him up to 3rd on the all - time school record board.

Senior Hailey Richey broke 17' feet in the Long Jump for the first time and placed second over on in the meet. She earned herself the 2nd spot on the All - Time record board for TKA as well.

澳门hg0088皇冠here are the overall results from the meet. many of our runners and athletes improved even in the colder conditions.

Posted 03/05/2020 10:34AM

Last Saturday, 2/29, was a beautiful day in the water as our TKA Swim team entered its first competition of the season, the Spring Kickoff Invitational at Palo Alto High School. This squad of nearly three dozen swimmers is full of crafty senior vets and savage up-and-coming youngsters. In all, there is a lot of reason for excitement both for the present and future. 

In her very first day of competition as a TKA Knight, Tristen Mina (9th), turned in a blistering time in the 100-yd butterfly and smashed the CCS-qualifying time by over 2 full seconds. Tristen also teamed up with sister and captain Kaitlyn Mina (12th), Abigail Ninan (9th/PSP), and captain Zoe Jacobs (12th), to completely ruin the CCS-qualifying time in the 200-yd Medley Relay. 

The Mina Sisters did not stop there, however, teaming up again in the 400-yd Freestyle relay along with Abigail Ninan (9th/PSP), and Katie Vogel (11th/PSP), to clinch a CCS qualifier. 

Abigail Ninan 澳门hg0088皇冠is a name we best all get used to hearing in TKA aquatics, because this PSP freshman is only just beginning her tear through the WBAL. Aside from contributing to two CCS-qualifying relay teams, Abby came in under the CCS cut time in the 50-yd freestyle. She'll be slicing the water looking for more qualifiers this Saturday at the small School Invite at Sacred Heart.

Other notable achievements include Sophia Groves (11th) who swam competitively for the first time ever, (as in ever), and whittled some time off her previous best in the 50 Freestyle. Daphne Han (9th) likewise achieved personal records in two of her three individual events, the 50 and 100 Freestyle, on her very first day wearing a TKA cap. Joshua Ridder (10th) broke the minute for the first time in the 100-yd freestyle, coming in at 58.92 seconds, and he also achieved a PR in the 100-yd backstroke. Captain Darren Chin (12th) took home a PR of his own in the 100 Back.

As it has across the community, illness has hit our team hard in the last month, but we are rounding into full-squad form just as we enter league competition, beginning with this Saturday's Small School Invite at Sacred Heart Prep. Please pray for good health and a continued joyful spirit surrounding this team.

澳门hg0088皇冠there is a lot to be joyful about. 

Brian Robinson, Esq. 
Swim Coach

Posted 03/02/2020 09:22AM

tka had a great start to the track and field season at bellarmine h.s on saturday, feb. 29.  

Highlights:  Senior and team captain Kelaiah Moore led the team with two impressive performances in the sprints. She won the 200 meter race and placed second in the 100 meters. She ran 26.58 and 12.74 respectively and is now 2nd all time in the 200 meters and 3rd in the 100 meters on our school record board. Not far behind her was junior Molly Clarke in the 200 meters (3rd place). She finished in 27.60 which moved her up to #7 on the all-time board. Sophomore Aidan Oslob had a big PR in his first 1600 meters of the season and ran 4:42.79 (7th) and another PR in the 800 (6th) where he ran 2:07.79. Those performances placed him #8 and #9 on the all-time board in those events respectively. Joanne Yu tied for first place in the pole vault and vaulted 11 feet. Finally, Senior Lauren Mclane in her first attempt at high jump this year jumped 4 feet 8 inches澳门hg0088皇冠 which tied her for 2nd on the all-time school record board. 

In summary, TKA had a great first meet and a plethora of personal bests. Next week the entire team of about 80 athletes will compete on Friday, March 6, at the famous Kezar Stadium in San Francisco at the .

God Bless you and a big thank you to all the athletes and parents that came out to support the team! 
Sincerely, 


Coach Matt Tompkins

Posted 02/24/2020 11:29AM

please support these tka student-athletes with your cheers and prayers, as they represent the king's academy at the central coast section (ccs) tournaments.

GIRLS BASKETBALL v. TBD
CCS Quarterfinals

  • When:Tuesday, February 25, at 7:00 p.m.
  • Where:   TKA!
  • Admission: Adult-$10, Seniors/Students/Children 6 and older-$5, Children 5 and Under-Free; Family Plan (2 General/2 Children) - $28.

BOYS BASKETBALL v. SANTA CRUZ
CCS Quarterfinals

  • When: Tuesday, February 25, at 7:00 p.m.
  • Where: Santa Cruz High School
  • Admission: Adult-$10, Seniors/Students/Children 6 and older-$5, Children 5 and Under-Free; Family Plan (2 General/2 Children) - $28
Posted 02/20/2020 12:30PM

please support these tka student-athletes with your cheers and prayers, as they represent the king's academy at the central coast section (ccs) tournaments.

BOYS BASKETBALL v. TBD
CCS 2nd Round

  • When: Saturday, February 22, at 7:00 p.m.
  • Where:  TKA!
  • Admission: Adult-$10, Seniors/Students/Children 6 and older-$5, Children 5 and Under-Free; Family Plan (2 General/2 Children) - $28.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL v. TBD
CCS Quarterfinals

  • When:  Tuesday, February 25, at 7:00 p.m.
  • Where:  TKA!
  • Admission: Adult-$10, Seniors/Students/Children 6 and older-$5, Children 5 and Under-Free; Family Plan (2 General/2 Children) - $28.
Posted 01/23/2020 01:37PM

: "Nearly everything that could have possibly gone wrong went wrong for the King’s Academy Knights on Tuesday afternoon, but brothers Jeffrey and Jon Taylor were there to save the day."  TKA defeated Eastside 53-50  Prep2Prep article 1/22/20

(Photo by Ethan Kassel)

Posted 01/20/2020 08:00AM

Jan 20-31: Junior High Spring Sports Sign-ups!

Posted 01/12/2020 08:01PM

High School Spring Sports Sign-Ups: If you would like to participate in a high school spring sport, it's mandatory that you sign up online at atmosphere2009.com/sportsignup. The online signup will be open from January 13-January 27. The sports available in the spring are: Baseball, Boys Golf, Softball, Boys/Girls Swimming, Boys Tennis, Boys/Girls Track and Field, and Boys Volleyball. Remember, you must register by the deadline to avoid a $50 late registration fee.

ImPACT Concussion Testing - High School Only: ImPACT testing is required every other year for all high school athletes (If your son/daughter has taken it any time after May 2018, it is still valid for the 2019-2020 year. Therefore, he/she will not need to retake it). Those who have been concussed within the last year will also need to take a new baseline test.澳门hg0088皇冠 This test is computerized and typically takes 30-40 minutes to complete.


ImPACT Baseline Concussion Test Dates for Spring Sports:

  • Boys Volleyball: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 After School in Room K-11
  • Softball: Thursday, January 23, 2020 during Lunch in Room K-11
  • Baseball: Tuesday, January 28, 2020 during Lunch in Room K-11
  • Boys/Girls Swimming: Wednesday, January 29, 2020 during Lunch in Room K-11
  • Track and Field: Wednesday, January 29 After School in Room K-11
  • Boys Tennis + Boys/Girl Golf: Thursday, January 30, 2020 during Lunch in Room K-11
  • Makeup ImPACT Testing will be done on a case by case basis.
Posted 12/03/2019 02:11PM

Football Division 5-AA NorCal Regional Championship Final

  • The King's Academy vs. Del Norte, Crescent City
  • WhenFriday, December 6, at 7:30 p.m.  (Gates open at 6:30 p.m.)
  • Where: The King's Academy!!!
  • Food Trucks: Los Tolucas, T-Mo Burgers, Road Dogs available starting at 6:30 p.m.
  • Admission: Skip the line and  (Ticket booths open at 5:30 p.m.)
    • General Admission - $12.00 
    • Children/Students (ASB card)/Seniors- $8.00 
Posted 12/01/2019 12:05PM

Excerpts below from Mercury News story, "King's Academy stands tall to claim CCS D-III title over Terra Nova."

tka knights celebrate back-to-back ccs championships after a 14-13 victory against terra nova in ccs division iii football championship game! top-seeded tka (10-3) will play in a norcal regional for the first time in school history.

"unbelievable," lavorato said. "we had the game won like four or five times. it's testament to our defense and a testament of how courageous our kids are."

"i don't care who, where what, when — it doesn't matter," said lavorato, who claimed his seventh ccs title this decade — five at shp from 2010-15 and back-to-back trophies at tka, last year's division v winner. "we're playing in a norcal championship game. that is really cool."

We just learned TKA will be HOSTING a CA regional bowl game, which is amazing! If TKA wins this game, we will move on to a State Championship game. Details below. 

CIF Regional Championship Football Bowl Game - Division 5-AA

  • The King's Academy vs. Del Norte, Crescent City
  • WhenFriday, December 6, at 7:30 p.m.  (Gates open at 6:30 p.m.)
  • Where: The King's Academy!!!
  • Food Trucks: Los Tolucas, T-Mo Burgers, Road Dogs available starting at 6:30 p.m.
  • Admission: Skip the line and  (Ticket booths open at 5:30 p.m.)
    • General Admission - $12.00 
    • Children/Students (ASB card)/Seniors- $8.00 

FOR THE KING: TO GOD, THE GLORY!

CONGRATULATIONS TKA KNIGHTS & COACHES!

Posted 11/25/2019 09:02AM

CONGRATULATIONS KNIGHTS!

澳门hg0088皇冠the king's academy knights reigned against aptos high school, winning 31-30, and now move on to the championship finals game vs. terra nova tigers!

Football CCS Finals vs. Terra Nova High School

  • When: Saturday, November 30, at 7:00 p.m.
  • Where: Westmont High School ()
  • Admission: 
  • Adult Admission- $10, General; Senior Citizens, High School Students, & Children 6 and older- $5; Children 5 and under- Free
  • Bracket 

Go Knights, Go!

Posted 11/18/2019 08:52AM

CONGRATULATIONS KNIGHTS!

TKA Knights won this past Friday night against San Mateo, 42-14, and now advance to the Division III Semifinals against Aptos High School. Details below!

Football CCS Semifinals vs. Aptos High School

  • When: Friday, November 22, at 7:00 p.m.
  • Where: TKA Football Field!!
  • Admission: 
  • Adult Admission- $10, General; Senior Citizens, High School Students, & Children 6 and older- $5; Children 5 and under- Free
  • Bracket 
Posted 11/17/2019 02:11PM
Junior Sophia Lee finished 15th in the Division IV CCS race in a time of 20:27. She ran an excellent race. Her sophomore year and frosh year she placed 44th in the race both times. Her hard work and dedication paid off over the last year as she moved up over 29 places this year.  
Sophomore, and first year runner Sara Chamness, had an excellent debut as well at CCS and finished 27th overall in a time of 21:35. 
In the boys race Senior Tyler Hartley finished 44th overall in a time of 17:35. 
Congrats to the three CCS representatives from TKA!
Results can be found here - 
(Sophia Lee on left in photo)
Posted 11/12/2019 09:30AM

 CONGRATULATIONS KNIGHTS!

please support these tka student-athletes with your cheers and prayers, as they represent the king's academy at the central coast section (ccs) tournaments.

Football CCS Quarterfinals vs. San Mateo

  • When: Friday, November 15, at 7:00 p.m.
  • Where: TKA Football Field!!
  • Admission: 
  • Adult Admission-$10, General ( Senior Citizens, High School Students, & Children 6 and older)- $5, Children 5 and under- Free
  • Bracket 

CCS Cross Country Championships

  • When: Saturday, November 16, Girls at 1:30 p.m. and Boys at 2:05 p.m.Publish
  • Qualifiers:  Sara Chamness (10th grade), Sophia Lee (11th grade), Tyler Hartley (12th grade)
  • Where: Crystal Springs Cross Country Course: 2600 Hallmark Dr, Belmont, CA 94002
  • Admission: Adult Admission-$10, General ( Senior Citizens, High School Students, & Children 6 and older)- $5, Children 5 and under- Free.
  • Schedule 
Posted 11/07/2019 09:04AM

澳门hg0088皇冠tka girl's varsity volleyball team made it to the ccs tournament quarterfinals. although they lost to sacred heart prep, the team put up an amazing fight after a great season. way to go lady knights...we're so proud of you!

Posted 11/03/2019 04:02PM

澳门hg0088皇冠tka running back, noah short, and athletic director, joe maemone, were interviewed for this story: "ncaa board approves athlete compensation for image, likeness"

Posted 10/15/2019 06:00AM

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