King to continue basketball career at WVU Tech

Keondre’ King is heading for West Virginia University Tech to continue his academic and athletic careers. In his time at Wheeling Park, King collected 1,069 career points. As a senior, he helped the Patriots to the OVAC 5A champioinship game and the W.Va. Class AAA Regional Final. In his final campaign at Park, King averaged 17.7 points and 5.2 rebounds a game, while draining 59 3-pointers to earn second team all-state accolades. He was also selected as an OVAC All-Star. In the classroom, King was an honor roll student and was a member of the National Honor Society. Pictured sitting from left are, mother KeTara Lee, King, father Demetrius King and Jaylynn McCardle. Standing are, sister KeAsia King, Wheeling Park coach Michael Jebbia and Wheeling Park athletic director Dwaine Rodgers.

Keondre’ King is heading for West Virginia University Tech to continue his academic and athletic careers.

In his time at Wheeling Park, King collected 1,069 career points.

As a senior, he helped the Patriots to the OVAC 5A champioinship game and the W.Va. Class AAA Regional Final.

In his final campaign at Park, King averaged 17.7 points and 5.2 rebounds a game, while draining 59 3-pointers to earn second team all-state accolades. He was also selected as an OVAC All-Star.

In the classroom, King was an honor roll student and was a member of the National Honor Society.

Pictured sitting from left are, mother KeTara Lee, King, father Demetrius King and Jaylynn McCardle.

Standing are, sister KeAsia King, Wheeling Park coach Michael Jebbia and Wheeling Park athletic director Dwaine Rodgers.

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