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HIGH. This word has various significations: 1. Principal or chief, as high constable, high sheriff. 2. Prominent, in a bad sense, as high treason. 3. Open, not confined, as high seas.

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Without the backing of Verizon FiOS SoCal this regional tournament wouldn't have happened, and Southern California's representation in the State tournament couldn't have been guaranteed," said Mike Martin, Tournament Coordinator and Martin Luther King High School robotics team coach and engineering teacher.
Eoin Doyle, trainer of King High "He won over the course and distance last time and is in good form.
However, Walsh conjured a strong challenge from Hunting Tower who led at the last en route to a halflength win over King High.
On Monday, April 1st, Christ the King High School will host Sprite Slam Jam with a panel of celebrity judges including: Jerry Rice of the Oakland Raiders; Walt Frazier, former New York Knick and NBA Hall of Famer; Richard Jefferson and Jason Collins of the New Jersey Nets; Teresa Weatherspoon of the New York Liberty and Eric Crouch, 2001 Heisman Trophy winner.
Schwartz will be joined by Martin Luther King High School students, parents and teachers; other Philadelphia elected officials; church leaders and gun safety advocates.
King High Coach Demetrius Hallums and Wood Thomas of Central High also are key organizers of the historic relay.
Latoka Hatcher is a student at Martin Luther King High School in Detroit.
They lifted framed portraits of the king high over their heads.
GMAC Mortgage President and CEO Dave Applegate today presented Martin Luther King High School Principal Linda Ahmed with a $10,000 check to fund the school's newly created GMAC Mortgage Youth Opportunity Scholarship during a 9 a.
Cannizzaro, also the girls' coach at national power Christ the King High School, used to send his players to Philadelphia to play for the more competitive AAU teams there.
To this end the Association will be formally adopting the Martin Luther King High School, Stenton Avenue and Haines Street on Friday, June 2 beginning at 9 a.