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Postseason Rolls on for King Winter Teams!

Ice Hockey
Top-seeded Ice Hockey took over in the second period on Thursday to cruise to a 4-1 victory over Greenwich Country Day School in a Fairchester Athletic Association (FAA) semi-final! King used a balanced overall team effort, secured scores in each period, leveraged a strong defensive and goalie play, and demonstrated selfless approach to blocking shots and finding open teammates to move on to Saturday. With the win, the Vikings advance to their second straight title game tomorrow, Saturday February 25, at 2:45 p.m., which will be a rematch of last year’s overtime thriller against St. Luke’s. Making it even sweeter, King is the host of this years FAA Championship, so the game will be played on our home ice at Stamford Twin Rinks! 

#1 King vs #3 St. Luke’s
Saturday, February 25 at 2:45 p.m.
Stamford Twin Rinks


Girls Basketball
Varsity Girls Basketball earned an incredible 56-53 win on Thursday on the road at Frederick Gunn School! The Vikings overcame a raucous crowd and a late rally. Senior Maddy Beck ’23 answered the call and hit a huge three to give King a two-point lead with 1:21 left in the game and then iced it at the free-throw line with 11 seconds to play. She finished with 10 points on the day. Meredith Joo ‘23 continued her fantastic senior season, finishing with 22 points, while Junior Leina Wyatt ‘24 added 11, and Senior Charlotte Black ‘23 was a force down low all day and finished with 10 points and 12 rebounds. This was the final regular season game for the Vikings, who finish at 12-5 and await word on possible NEPSAC Class C tournament qualification and seeding, which will be announced on Sunday, February 26.

Boys Basketball
After defeating Hamden Hall in an FAA quarter-final on Tuesday, Varsity Boys Basketball headed to Greenwich Country Day School on Thursday for a league semi-final. This was the first trip this deep in the tournament for the Vikings in over a decade, and although they started off strong, they were unable to come away with a victory, falling 72-60 to the host Tigers. Now standing at 16-7, the Vikings are in a solid position to earn a spot, hopefully a high seed, in the NEPSAC Class C tournament. Details will be released this Sunday, February 26.

Varsity Squash opens up play at High School Squash Nationals in Philadelphia at 4:00 p.m. today. The Vikings will compete against other schools from across the country in the three-day tournament. This is the first opportunity for the Vikings to participate in the event since COVID. The Nationals offer players valuable exposure to national-level competition at this nationwide event. 
Good luck to the Vikings, and please follow King Athletics Instagram for updates on all teams!