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Southeastern 7-on-7 Preview: M.L.King

By Chris Hillyard​ | Posted 1 week ago Martin Luther King High School coach Nicolas Kashama knows the Lions did not have the kind of season they have come to expect in 2014. A rash of injuries and inexperience, combined with having the fourth coaching staff in five seasons, resulted in a 3-7 record.


    On, May 28-29, 2015,  20-MLK Football Players participated in the Cam Newton 7on7 Tournament at Westlake High School in Fulton County.  Cam Newton, a Westlake HS Graduate, and current NFL Player for the North Carolina Panthers, hosts an annual 7on7 tournament at his former high school. Our players displayed effective communication skills on


  “Jim and I are standing in the middle of the field and I saw a guy walk through the fence and I said: ‘That’s Hammer.’ Jim was like: ‘Why would he be here?’ But you could just tell. We both knew right away.” Hammer is former Argos linebacker Robert McCune and one of Milanovich’s

Congratulations to the 2015 Graduating Ladies of Peer Essence!

Congrats goes out to the Ladies of the 2015 Class of Peer Essence. This is the second graduating class since the organization was established on February of 2011. The first class graduate in 2014 with the 18 seniors of 2014 receiving scholarships to the schools of their choice. The President of the first graduating class

Dekalb County Allstars!!!

Goalie, Jr. Katelyn Hardaway and Fr. Jasmine Mathis (far right) started in this years Dekalb County All-Star Game!  So. Synebia Martin (middle right) made her 2nd straight All-Star game, and Sr. Chantel Collins (middle left) made her 1st!  All 4 ladies played well although their side lost 2-1.

2-0 Win!!

A red card left the Lady Lions down a player, but Sr. Chantel Collins scored her 2nd goal with 56 seconds left to complete a 2-1 come from behind win over Tri-cities.  Fr. Jasmine Mathis and So. Synebia Martin each had assist.  Defense by Jr. Dericka Richardson, So. Zaria Humphrey, and  So. Tiana Atkinson was