Varsity Scoreboard: Hockey Falls In Playoff Preview, Lady Kingsmen Keep Rolling Along

A look at scoring in varsity games in Kings Park from Jan. 21 to Jan. 28.

Varsity Hockey: The Kings Park/Commack hockey team fell to Connetquot/Sayville in a potential playoff preview Jan. 26 , 5-1. With the loss, KPC (13-4-1-1, 28 points) has fallen into a three-way tie for second place with Connetquot and Smithtown, who has no more games remaining. The team must secure at least one point in their final game against Arlington, the top team in the Hudson Valley league, if they are to finish any higher than fourth. They will host Arlington at 4:50pm on Sunday, Jan. 30 at The Rinx in Hauppauge.

Varsity Boys Basketball:  The Kingsmen had all their games this week postponed and rescheduled due to inclement weather. The boys will travel to Miller Place on Feb. 1,  and then host Sayville Feb. 3  in what could be two telling games of how their playoff hopes will shake out.

Varsity Girls Basketball: The Lady Kingsmen were able to brave Mother Nature's wrath enough to travel to Rocky Point Jan. 28, where they were victorious, 58-41. Kings Park had three girls in double figures, including Marion Kawecki who led the team with 14 points. The girls will face the same two opponents as their male counterparts next week, however in the exact opposite locations. First they will host Miller Place on Feb. 1 before travelling to Sayville on Feb 3.

Varsity Wrestling: The Kingsmen upset top-seeded Hauppauge 34-28 on January 21, moving them to first place in League V, with an undefeated 6-0 mark. Bienenstein's pin at 189 lbs. just before the end of the match was a key factor in swinging the victory in Kings Park's favor. 


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