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Robert Caulk Field

Robert Caulk Field was named after King City High School's own Bob Caulk. Bob was the head Varsity Coach for many years. After Bob retired from teaching, he returned to the field as The Mustang's Pitching Coach. Bob has played an important role in helping develop King City's pitching staff.

The King City Mustangs named their Hitting Complex after Nick Munoz who was a long time teacher, coach, and athletic director at King City High School. His years of dedication helped build all of the athletic programs at the school.

In 2002 the Mustangs lost a member of their team, Arturo Rivera, to cancer. Art was a hard working ball player who will be missed by all. The Mustangs retired Art's number this year so his memory will live on. A sign has been placed in left field as a memorial for Art.