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"No. 2 The King’s Academy 14, No. 1 St. Francis-Watsonville 2: With a 10-run outburst in the fourth inning, TKA (23-6-1) earned its first-ever CCS baseball title Saturday afternoon during a five-inning affair at San Jose Muni." (Read article here. Mercury News, 5/27/18)
The Baseball team faced off against St Francis SCP in the Division 3 CCS Championship. The Knights had outscored opponents 15-1 in the first two games and were hoping to keep up that dominance. The game was tied 2-2 going into the 3rd inning and that's where the bats really came alive for the Knights. A huge 10 run inning gave the Knights a decisive lead and all of the momentum for the rest of the game. Steven Grizzle and Matt Wilson pitched the first 4 innings and Erik Peterson came in to close the game out. Up 14-2 in the 5th, the Knights had a chance to mercy rule (If you are up 10 runs after 5 innings, the game is over) St Francis. Erik was recently named the PAL pitcher of the year and had one final stage to show his stuff. The first two outs are fairly routine. The final out was reminiscent of Buster Posey catching the final out to win the World Series, but it was Kaleb Chung instead. The boys stormed the field winning 14-2! This was TKA's first CCS team title since 2013 with girl's soccer.
We had a yet again another wonderful day of Track and Field at the CCS championships yesterday. The highlight of the day was Anna Mokkapati win in the 3200 meter race (2 mile race). However the story is what makes it so exciting. Let me set the stage.
The weather is perfect, barely any wind, the lights are on and the temperature is cool. It is 8:20 pm and the gun goes off. Anna begins the race in the middle of the pack and it is crowded in the first lap as the top runners come by the first 200 meters in about 37 seconds. It is a solid pace to begin the race. As Anna goes by in the middle of the crowded pack, I yell "perfect." However as the pack moves on the coaches around me and I all notice that one of the runners lost her shoe but nobody can tell whose it is. It is a nice bright reddish shoe but hard to tell whose shoe it might be. The shoe lays quietly in the middle of lane one and one of the coaches runs on to the track and tosses on to the infield.
I say to myself "Please don't let it be Anna's shoe." As the first lap finishes the paces slows a bit and the girls come through the 600 meter mark (1 and 1/2 laps) I realize that Anna is wearing a bright reddish shoe on her right foot but she is only wearing a thick gray running sock on her left. I become despondent and figure it is only a time before she drops out of the race as I have had runners lose shoes in track races and the races haven't ended well. I yell to Anna, perfect and tell her split all the time dreading the fact that if her foot begins to blister and hurt that she might slow down or drop out of the race.
However, the opposite happens, as each lap goes on Anna covers every move the lead girls make and the pace begins to quicken lap by lap. With three laps to go, I know she can win the event and I know she is running fantastic and that the she is ignoring the fact that she lost her shoe. She doesn't care about her foot she is determined to win. With 600 meters to go she begins to move to the front and I frentically yell at her "Ride the wave!" (That was are code phrase we were using to mean "Go for it and try to win the race"). She attacks and begins to pull away from the 3 of the best finishers in CCS and continues to pour on the assualt. With a lap to go she is leading by 2 or 3 seconds, with 1/2 a lap to go, I grab Kevin Johnson, climb the fence and start yelling "She is going to win CCS with 1 shoe!" Kevin Johnson and I go bannanas and she wins the 3200 meters by six seconds with a personal best of 10:47.
After the race she is completely exhausted and winded. I help her off the track and inspect her foot. Her foot is bleeding but not badly and she has a large blood blister under her big toe. She is fine though, after resting for a while and talking to one of the San Jose Mercury reporters she celebrates by running another 2 miles. I finish running her cool down with her and we talk about how crazy the race was and how the race went. The only think she says about winning the actual race though in disbelief, "I won."
Well, I can tell you her race will forever be etched in my mind and I now know to never give up hope when things don't go our way. Anna is a testament to toughness and perserverance. She reminds me bible verses Hebrews 12:1-3 and 1 Corinthians 9:24-27. "Do you not know that those running in a race course, indeed all run, but one receives the prize? Run thus, that you might obtain it."
I want to end this story with saying how grateful I am to be able to coach at The King's Academy, where our athletes can run and strive for the one True thing, and that is to serve our Servant King, Jesus Christ.
Other incredible highlights from the meet.
- Junior Kamau Carlisle - battles in the Long Jump in a loaded field of jumpers and hits the auto-qualifying mark (22' 5") for State meet with a jump of 22' 8" feet. He makes the podium at CCS and places 4th overall in the Long Jump. He earns a trip to the CIF State Meet with Anna next week in Clovis CA at Buchannan High School.
- Sophomore Kelaiah Moore - places sixth in a time of 15.51 breaking her own school record by .28 seconds and and makes the podium at CCS. Last year her personal best was only 19.07. She improved over 4 seconds in the 100 meter hurdles races (unheard of).
- Frosh Joanna Yu places 8th in CCS in the Pole Vault as a freshman! She vaulted 10' 5" inches in the competition and finished out the season being the number one frosh vaulter in all of CCS and the 2nd best frosh vaulter in the entire state of Califorina.
Well, it has been incredible year of track and field and we have one more week to go. God Bless you all, and thank you for all your support and love.
LET'S BRING A TKA CROWD TO THE GAME & SUPPORT OUR KNIGHTS BASEBALL TEAM!
CCS Baseball CHAMPIONSHIP Game vs. St. Francis SCP of Watsonville
The Knights advance after a 6-1 win against Alma Heights!
- When: Saturday, May 26, 4:00 p.m.
- Where: San Jose Municipal Stadium
- Admission: $12-Adult, $5-General (Senior Citizen, Students, Children 6 and over), Children under 5 are free. There will be a parking charge.
- Bracket linked here.
CONGRATULATIONS KNIGHTS! Please support these TKA student-athletes with your cheers and prayers, as they represent The King's Academy at the Central Coast Section (CCS) tournaments.
TKA BASEBALL: CCS Baseball Semifinals vs. Carmel High School: The Knights advance after a 6-1 win against Alma Heights!
TKA TRACK & FIELD: CCS Track & Field Finals
- When: Friday, May 25
- Where: Gilroy High School
- 4:00 pm - Girls Pole Vault - Joanne Yu
- 4:10 pm - Long Jump - Kamau Carlisle
- 6:44 pm - 100 Hurdles - Kelaiah Moore
- 8:20 pm - 3200 meters - Anna Mokkapati
- Details: Information on parking and admissions can be found here along with a full schedule.
CONGRATULATIONS KNIGHTS! Please support these TKA student-athletes with your cheers and prayers, as they represent The King's Academy at the Central Coast Section (CCS) tournaments.
CCS Track and Field Trials
Qualifiers: Ben Arledge, Kamau Carlisle, JT Williamson, Suvrat Gowda, Jeremy Miller, Ryan Negrette, Anna Mokkapati, Kyle Bergstedt, Kelaiah Moore, Tim Alsan, Christian Durand, Joanna Yu, Allison Nguyen
When: Saturday, May 19, 11:00 a.m.
Where: Gilroy High School (750 W 10th St, Gilroy, CA 95020)
Division 3 CCS Baseball Quarterfinals vs. Alma Heights
When: Saturday, May 19, 2:00 p.m
Where: Bellarmine High School, San Jose
TKA had some great swims over the weekend and our Knights were brave and courageous! We are so proud of them and all of their many accomplishments! Here are some of the highlights from Friday and Saturday's swims:
Women's 200 yard Medley Relay - Zoe Jacobs (10), Priscilla Min (12), Kaitlyn Mina (10), and Caroline Barnett (12) swam a great relay and placed 17th overall! They swam their fastest times of the entire season and did amazingly well! (Final Time: 1:51.80). Elinor Yeo (11) helped our girls get to success during the season but couldn't swim the relay at CCS because there wasn't enough time to recover before she swam in the next event - her 200 yard Freestyle!
Men's 200 yard Medley Relay - Brian Copley (12), Andy Huang (10), Luke Cho (12), and Zach Alford (12) swam brilliantly and swiftly as they got their absolute best time in two seasons! They ended up placing 25th at CCS! James Robinson (12) was a large component to getting our boys relay team to success earlier in the season but sadly he couldn't swim at CCS due to scheduling conflicts. (Final Time: 1:42.79)
Women's 200 yard Freestyle Relay - Caroline Barnett (12), Elinor Yeo (11), Priscilla Min (12), Zoe Jacobs (10) and Kaitlyn Mina (10) all swam amazingly and ended up placing 13th - beating out Valley Christian, Homestead and St. Ignatius schools. Our girls placed in the top 16 of all of Central Coast Section schools! Way to go! (Final Time: 1:40.41)
Men's 200 yard Freestyle Relay - Luke Cho (12), Andy Huang (10), Zach Alford (12) and Brian Copley (12) swam their hearts out and advanced from their original 39th (timed) placing to end up in the finals at 19th place! James Robinson (12) was a large component to getting our boys relay team to success earlier in the season but sadly he couldn't swim at CCS due to scheduling conflicts. (Final Time: 1:30.96)
Caroline Barnett (12) - Caroline swam fast in her 50 yard Freestyle event and placed 30th (out of 69 girls) overall with a final time of 25.06 seconds. Caroline also swam in the 100 yard Freestyle event and placing 50th with a final time of 55.36 seconds! Caroline will be swimming at The Master's University next year, along with playing soccer for them too! Great job Caroline!
Brian Copley (12) - Brian swam the 200 yard IM and the 100 yard Breaststroke events. In the 200 yard IM event, Brian swam his fastest final time of the season at a 1:51.47 and earned him 9th place overall! Brian also swam the 100 yard Breaststroke and swam his best time of this season - a whopping 57.99 seconds and came in 9th place overall! Brian will be swimming in both of these events - the 200 yard IM and the 100 yard Breaststroke at the CIF State meet in Clovis, CA this upcoming weekend! Brian has been a huge asset to our aquatics program for the past four seasons and will be moving onto swimming for University of Colorado at Denver in the fall.
Zoe Jacobs (10) - Zoe qualified and swam in the 50 yard Freestyle and swam her fastest time of the entire season (a mere 25.24 seconds) and ended up placing 35th overall. Zoe also swam in the 100 yard Freestyle and came in at a 57.29 seconds - Zoe placed 68th overall! We are excited to have two more years of swimming with Zoe as a Knight! Way to go Zoe!
Priscilla Min (12) - Priscilla swam in both the 200 yard IM and the 100 yard Breaststroke events. In her 200 yard IM event, Priscilla swam her fastest time of this season with TKA coming in at a whopping 2:11.76 (she placed 24th overall)! Priscilla also swam the 100 yard Breaststroke event and also received her season's best time of a 1:07.95 and placed 25th overall (after originally being placed 47th in time before the race began on Friday). Great job Priscilla! She will be swimming at Wheaton College next year as a Freshman!
Kaitlyn Mina (10) - Kaitlyn swam her heat out received her season's best time at a 2:14.86 in her 200 yard IM event. She's worked so hard all season long and placed 44th overall. Kaitlyn also swam fiercely in the 100 yard Backstroke and ended up placing 44th overall with a final time of 1:02.61! We are excited to have two more years of swimming with Kaitlyn as a Knight! Great job Kaitlyn!
Elinor Yeo (11) - Elinor jumped in final placings from 51st to 39th in the 200 yard Freestyle and swam her very best Personal Record at 1:59.68! She had just qualified for her CCS cut time less than a week prior at the final swims at our League Championships! Elinor also swam her best in the 100 yard Freestyle event and she also got a new PR for herself coming in at a mere 55.87 seconds! Elinor placed 56th overall for her 100 Freestyle event. We are excited to have one more year with Elinor for her senior year - she has come so far in swimming and we are so proud of her!
- TKA is sending 13 athletes to CCS in 14 events
- 8 individual champions and 1 relay champion this year.
- Varsity Boys win the meet in 150 points and win by 75 points.
- Varsity Girls place 2nd in the meet out of 12 teams.
- Suvrat Gowda, Ben Arledge, JT Williamson and Kamau Carlisle won the 4x100 race and broke their own school record by nearly 1/2 second.They are now ranked 7th in CCS out of 120+ teams in CCS.
- See video of Kamau anchoring the 4 x 100 here - TKA photos and videos of WBAL Finals - 2018
- Anna Mokkappati wins both the 1600 and 3200 meter races - See Anna finish the 1600 meter in a video here TKA photos and videos of WBAL Finals - 2018
- Jeremy Miller places 2nd in the boys 1600 meters and 3rd in the 3200 meters.
- Ryan Negrette places 3rd in the boys 1600 meters
- Kelaiah Moore runs 15.79 in the 100 hurdles, and breaks her own school record placing 2nd.
- JT Williamson wins the 110 hurdles in 16.61 and wins along with breaking the school record.
- Kamau Carlisle places 2nd in the 100 meters in a time of 11.01 and is ranked in the top 12 runners in CCS.
- JT Williamson wins the 300 hurdles in a new school record of 40.97.
- Micah Jensen places 3rd in the boys 300 hurdles.
- Kamau Carlisle places 2nd in the boys 200 meters and breaks the school record in a time of 22.27. He now ranked 7th in CCS.
- Kelaiah Moore wins the girls Long jump in 16' 10 inches
- Kamau Carlisle wins the Long jump in a new school record and PR of 23 3.5 inches and is now ranked 11th in the entire state of California and 2nd in CCS.
- Kyle Bergstedt places 2nd in the 3200 meters in 10:01.91 and is now third all time on the school record board.
- Hailey Richey places 3rd in the Girls long jump.
- Tim Aslan wins the boys High Jump in 5'8"
- Christin Durand places second in the High Jump in 5'4"
- Ben Arledge places third in the high jump in 5'2"
- Tim Aslan wins the boys shot put in 36' 4".25 inches
- Joanne Yuh and *Allie Nguyen all move on to CCS in the girls Pole Vault
- Joanna Yu won the league championship with a vault of 11 feet which is now the new school record by 6 inches, and she earned a trip to CCS trials.
- Junior Allie Nguyen placed second with a vault of 8' 6" and will also compete at CCS. Bonnie Chu took third place with a vault of 8' 6".
- Corina Chen improved her vault by one foot to 7" 6" inches and won the JV girls championship.
Knights Swimmers did a fantastic job at two-day-long League Championships over the weekend! TKA Boys Swim Team placed 4th out of 7 Boys teams and our Girls Swim Team placed 5th out of 13 Girls Teams! TKA had a total of 12 students qualify for CCS, and 27 New Personal Records!
200 Freestyle - Priscilla Min & Elinor Yeo
50 Freestyle - Caroline Barnett & Zoe Jacobs
100 Freestyle - Elinor Yeo, Caroline Barnett & Zoe Jacobs & Brian Copley
500 Freestyle - Priscilla Min
100 Backstroke - Brian Copley
200 Freestyle Relay (Girls) - Zoe Jacobs, Priscilla Min, Elinor Yeo, Caroline Barnett
200 Medley Relay (Boys) - Brian Copley, Andy Huang, Luke Cho, Zach Alford
New Personal Records
Zach Alford (12) - 100 Freestyle and 50 Freestyle
Caroline Barnett (12) - 100 Freestyle
Casey Cazanjian (9) - 100 Freestyle
Darren Chin (10) - 100 Freestyle and 100 Breaststroke
Luke Cho (12) - 100 Butterfly and 100 Breaststroke
Brian Copley (12) - 100 Backstroke
Andy Huang (10) - 100 Freestyle and 100 Backstroke
Mackenzie Kuak (9) - 50 Freestyle and 100 Backstroke
Amisha Kumar (12) - 50 Backstroke
Gregory Ling (10) - 100 Freestyle
Carly Nakano (12) - 50 Freestyle
Paige Niven (12) - 50 Freestyle
Hannah Po (9) - 50 Freestyle and 50 Breaststroke
Megan Porter (9) - 200 Freestyle and 100 Freestyle
James Robinson (12) - 200 Freestyle
Sarah Starke (10) - 200 Freestyle and 50 Freestyle
Ciara Stuhler (12) - 50 Freestyle
Akshitha Venguideshe (9) - 50 Freestyle and 50 Breaststroke
Read the full article here. Way to go Ilona!
Eleven TKA Athletes Sign College Offers: The King's Academy held a signing celebration this week and the following athletes were recognized. Read full press release here.
- Zach Alford: Water Polo, California Lutheran University (Div. 3)
- Caroline Barnett: Soccer and Swimming, The Master's University (Div. 1)
- Shane Benetz: Volleyball, University of California, San Diego (Div. 1)
- Liah Bosworth: Gymnastics, University of California, Davis (Div. 1)
- Brian Copley: Swimming, University of Denver (Div. 1)
- Tyler Farnham: Football, Doane University, Nebraska (NAIA)
- Matt Johnson: Baseball, Merchant Marine Academy, New York
- Megan McEwen: Volleyball, Clarkson University, New York (Div. 3)
- Jeremy Miller: Cross Country/Track & Field, University of Northern Colorado (Div. 1)
- Priscilla Min: Swimming, Wheaton College, Illinois (Div. 3)
- Sebastian Yee: Football, Concordia University in Chicago (Div. 3)
TKA had five additional athletes make CCS cuts in both individual and relay events and a total of eight new Personal Records (PRs)! Make sure to congratulate them if you see them on campus!
- 200 Medley Relay (Girls) - Zoe Jacobs, Priscilla Min, Kaitlyn Mina, Elinor Yeo (new cut)
- 200 Freestyle Relay (Girls) - Zoe Jacobs, Priscilla Min, Kaitlyn Mina, Elinor Yeo (new cut)
- 200 Freestyle Relay (Boys) - Brian Copley, James Robinson, Zach Alford, Luke Cho(new cut)
- 200 IM (Girls) - Priscilla Min (additional cut)
- 100 Backstroke (Boys) - Brian Copley (additional cut)
New Personal Records:
- Osman Cheng - 50 Freestyle and 100 Breaststroke
- Darren Chin - 200 Freestyle
- Luke Cho - 50 Freestyle
- Andy Huang - 50 Freestyle
- Carly Nakano - 50 Freestyle
- Hannah Po - 50 Freestyle and 50 Backstroke
- Sarah Starke - 100 Freestyle
- Philemon Wong - 50 Freestyle
- Anna Mokkappati broke the school record in the 3200 meters with a time of 10:55.77 and won the girls race. The previous school record was 11:54 so she broke the school record by 59 seconds. She is currently ranked 3rd overall in all of CCS.
- Kelaiah Moore ran her first 100 meter hurdle race of the season and broke the school record as well. She posted a time of 17.02 and broke the record by .28 seconds. Kelaiah also jumped 16' 4" in her first Long Jump competition ever and is now second overall on the schools all time list.
- The boys 4x100 consisting of Survat Gowda, Ben Arledge, JT Williamson and Kamau Carlisle moved up to the number #5 spot on the all time list with a PR of about .2 seconds and they ran 44.59.
- The girls 4x100 continues to improve. Janice Ngai, Hailey Richey, Molly Clarke, and Keliah Moore all moved up to the number #5 on the school all time list where they ran 52.25.
- JT Williamson in his first 110 meter hurdles race of the season ran 17.95 and put himself at the #3 position all time in that event.
- Here is the link to all the results from the meet - https://www.athletic.net/
- Dublin Distance Fiesta - Dublin Distance Fiesta
- St. Francis Invitational - St. Francis Invitational Results (Some results still pending)
- Senior Jeremy Miller broke his own school record and ran 4:23.99 (nearly 4 seconds faster than his previous PR this season) He placed 6th out of 600 boys in the 1600 meters country's biggest Distance Invitational. He is now ranked amongst the top 50 runners in the state of California in the 1600.
- Junior JT Williamson broke his own school record as well in the 300 hurdles in a time of 41.76 and placed fifth at the St. Francis Invitational.
- The Frosh-Soph girls 4x100 meter relay ran well and won the their race in a time of 52.39 a new PR for the team. The team was led by sophomore Kelaiah Moore and included sophomore Hailey Richey and frosh girls Janice Ngai and Molly Clarke.
- Sophomore Survat Gowda and frosh runner Christian Durand also ran well in the 400 posting Prs of 55.32 and 56.46 respectively.
- Finally the boys placed 4th in the 4x100 meters and had a team PR for the season and moved up to the 5th place on the all time list on the school record board by running 44.72. The team included Kamau Carlisle, Ben Arledge, J.T. Williamson, and Survat Gowda.
With the CCS playoffs out of the picture, the Girls Varsity soccer team headed into their last game hoping to end on a high note. A win would keep the girls in the upper division for the next year and send their seniors off well. Julianna Silkwood, Kelly Huang, Lydia Marku and Caroline Barnett would play their last game. This game mattered to the Knights and they played like it did. Senior Kelly Huang would be first to score with a great free kick from about 20 yards out. Kelly again then dribbled the ball down the sideline and found Julianna Silkwood in front of the goal and she scored to take the score to 2-0. After that goal Julianna had 46 goals in her career and the possibility of getting to 50 goals was looming. Crystal Springs then responded and with 2 goals of their own to take the game to 2-2 with only a few minutes remaining in the first half. Julianna then turned on the jets and flew past her defender and fired a rocket that bounced off the keepers hands and into the goal. The score was 3-2 at halftime and now the Knights were just hoping to secure the win. The score would remain 3-2 until about 10 minutes left in the half. Julianna then got another break away and put her thrid goal of the game past the keeper to take the score to 4-2 and her career total to 48. Exhausted from sprinting throughout the game, Julianna kept fighting and her teammates cheered for her intensely to help her get those last 2 goals. With 4 minutes left Julianna struck again to give her 49! Now only a few minutes of stoppage time was left in the game and Julianna got one final opportunity. From midfield, she dribbled through defenders and had just the goalkeeper left and put it past her to score number 5 for the game and 50 for her career! The final whistle blew right after her goal and her teammates stormed the field to congratulate her. All of her teammates celebrating with her showed just what kind of player she is. She dominated on the field and is loved by her team off the field for who she is. What a great way to end her TKA soccer career!
It was Senior Night for the Varsity Boys Soccer team and they were hoping to send out their seniors in style. Ben Arledge, Tyler Farnham, Kyle Wong, Chris Sielski, Mario Cassara, Davis Conklin, Edwin Cazares and Everett Bella were our honored seniors! The Knights would take on the league leading Harker Eagles. Harker had not lost a game all year long, so the Knights had a big challenge ahead of them. The game started off with King’s matching Harker’s energy both offensively and defensively. A couple of early chances for King’s gave the boys some confidence that they could play with Harker. The pressure and intensity kept up and finally, a corner kick for King’s. Freshman Agustin Pekary sent in a beautiful kick which was headed into the goal by Noah Altabet! The boys had their 1-0 lead going into halftime, but now needed to keep the pressure on as you could expect Harker would respond. King’s was the aggressor in the second half as well and had Harker a little more on their heels. With under 10 minutes left to play Kyle Wong put in another goal to make it 2-0 and seal the game! With that huge win, the Knights now have a chance to make it to CCS! Their final game is this Friday, the 16th against Sacred Heart Prep. A win on Friday could get the Knights into the playoffs.
- Most Valuable Player: Tyler Farnham
- Offensive Player of the Year: Bralyn Lux
- Defensive Player of the Year: Sebastian Yee
- Lineman of the Year: Robbie Chatterton
- Pride, Hustle and Desire: Nikkos Kolokousis
- Knight Award: Mario Cassara
- Bralyn Lux - First Team Running Back
- Robbie Chatterton - First Team Offensive Line
- Chris Sielski - First Team Kicker
If you are interested in the following spring sports, it is mandatory to sign up online by Saturday, February 3. Sign up here.
- Boys Baseball
- Boys/Girls Golf Tournament
- Boys/Girls Tennis
- Boys/Girls Track
- Boys Volleyball
- Girls Volleyball
"After a series of losses despite a promising non-league schedule, The King’s Academy was eager to get its league record back on track on Tuesday night against Pinewood, and proved to be the better conditioned team in their battle against the Panthers, walking away with a 70-55 win." Read the full article here from Prep2Prep.
After a rocky start to the pre-season, the boys varsity soccer team has started to play much better in league. A tie vs Sacred Heart and win vs Eastside Prep gave the boys confidence heading into their match with Crystal Springs. The game started off with Crystal catching a break and scoring an early goal to go ahead 1-0. The boys were playing well, but just had to be patient for their opportunities. Right before the first half was over, TKA got a corner kick and Tyler Farnham blasted it into the back of the net to tie the game up 1-1. Next, the amazing work rate of Freshman Agustin Pekary aided him as he was able to beat out three Crystal defenders and take a great left footed shot to score. Up 2-1, the Knights were rolling and would continue to attack. Ben Arledge then got the ball only a few minutes later and dribbled up the sideline beating out multiple Crystal defenders, took one quick move to his inside and hit an absolute rocket right over the goalkeeper to make the score 3-1. The game was capped off by another goal from Ben to make the score 4-1. With the first half of the league over, the Knights are hoping to carry this momentum going into the second half.