The King School football team improved to 6-1 on the season by conquering Poly Prep of Brooklyn, N.Y., 28-14 Saturday at home.
King led 6-0 after one quarter and exploded for 22 points in the third period for a 28-0 edge.
King quarterback Renn Lints tossed 70-yard touchdown passes to A.J. Greene and LeVaughn Lewis in addition to scoring on a one-yard TD run. Evan Townsend-Henry contributed a 60-yard touchdown run while bulling into the end zone for a pair of two-point conversions for the Vikings.
“We played well on both sides of the ball for three quarters,” said King’s veteran coach Dan Gouin. “Our defense was very stout. Our group did what they were supposed to do. I ws pleased with the effort.”
King, the 2016 NEPSAC Class C champions, have a road contest at Rye (N.Y.) Country Day School as well as its annual matchup with St. Luke’s at home to conclude its regular season.
KING 28, POLY PREP (Brooklyn, NY) 14
POLY PREP 0 0 0 14—14
KING 6 0 22 0—28
K—AJ Greene 70 pass from Renn Lints (pass failed)
K—LeVaughn Lewis 70 pass from Lints (Evan Townsend-Henry run)
K—Evan Townsend-Henry 60 run (Townsend-Henry run)
K—Lints 1 run (kick failed)
PP—Bobby Coll 40 pass from Avery Hootstein (Dan D’Amico kick)
PP—Lamy Sa’id-Constant 7 run (D’Amico kick)
Records: Poly Prep (Brooklyn, NY) 2-5; King 6-1 overall.