After an unforgettable Winter regular season that saw the Varsity Ice Hockey team lose just one league game, the Vikings saved their best game for last during the postseason by capturing the 2022 FAA Tournament Championship with a 4-3 overtime victory over St. Luke’s at Rye Country Day School.
This year King School has partnered with Project Music for an immersive music and homework support program for students from the Stamford Public Schools, including two halftime performances during Varsity Girls Basketball and Varsity Boys Basketball games this week.
It was an impressive finish to the Fall Athletics season for the King School Varsity Volleyball team who defeated #1 seed Buckingham Browne & Nichols School in a 3-0 sweep to become the 2021 NEPSAC Class B Volleyball Champions.
King School senior Billy Bennett has been outrunning the cross country competition since he arrived at King five years ago, but this year, he says, has been special. Billy recently took part in a Q&A where he discussed his experiences running with the King cross country team, the importance of camaraderie with teammates and coaches, and his aim to finish the season strong at the upcoming New England Championships.
A sea of blue and gold flooded the King School campus for the first time in two years to celebrate Homecoming 2021. The annual event brings together the entire Viking community to celebrate the school’s rich history, enjoy athletic competition and give back.
Last spring, King School student-athletes were invited to attend multiple nutrition workshops hosted by Bryan Snyder, Director of Team Nutrition for the National Football League’s Denver Broncos. It was an opportunity for King athletes to learn from a dedicated sports professional about essential and healthy nutritional habits, including pregame and prepractice fueling, hydration, forming positive sleeping habits, reducing inflammation, and what it truly means to stay healthy. It was also the chance to look back on just how far King School Athletics has come in developing and growing the student-athlete health services program at the school.
In late June on the campus of Avon Old Farms, over 500 basketball players competing at NEPSAC schools throughout New England packed the gym in Avon, Connecticut for the NEPSAC NCAA Scholastic Showcase and the chance to turn some heads in front of college coaches. Charlie VonOehsen, AJ Mickens, and Danny Acosta each share their experiences from participating in the NEPSAC Showcase and how their time competing against other players from around New England benefits King Basketball now and in the future.
In her 12th year at King, Bonnie has not only helped students, coaches, and individual teams each season establish and maintain healthy habits in the weight room, with conditioning, nutrition, wellness, and stressing the importance of getting enough sleep, but she's also set a standard for success for the King Athletics Department thanks to her care and leadership.
Inclement weather did not deter a group of King School's Trustees and Administrators from commemorating the naming of the redesigned outdoor sports complex on campus. The complex is in the heart of the campus on four acres of multi-sport turf fields. At a ribbon-cutting ceremony held on Tuesday, June 8, the fields were formally recognized as the Armstrong and King Family Fields and the Feinberg Field.
With the 2021 Spring Athletics season officially in the books at King School, we take time to recognize and congratulate the Spring athletes who were selected to All-League or Honorable Mention All-League by the Fairchester Athletic Association (FAA) Coaches. The list of FAA honorees includes 28 student-athletes representing 9 of the Spring Athletics teams...