Varsity Hockey: The Kings Park/Commack hockey team's season came to a disappointing end in the quarterfinals at the hands of defending champion Middle Country, 9-4. The team was forced to play without Kyle and Corey Twining, due to suspensions doled out by the league.
Boys Basketball: The Kingsmen fell to top-seeded Harborfields on Thursday, 71-62. Nick Borkowski turned in another stellar performance, as he has all season, with 19 points, but they were unable to topple the first place team. James Clutter also chimed in with 10 points. But Nick Fessenden's 21 points and 20 rebounds were too much to overcome.
Girls Basketball: The Lady Kingsmen had the week off after soundly defeating Sayville, 61-50, on February 4. Marion Kawecki had a team-high 16 points and Daniele Buoncore added 12 points and 10 rebounds.
The girls then traveled to Harborfields Friday afternoon for a showdown that would likely decide first place in League V. Unfortunately, the duo of Kasey Stolba and Bridgit Ryan were too much to overcome, as the Lady Kingsmen fell 59-39. Kawecki led the team in scoring yet again, with 14 points, but got little help in the loss.