WESTPORT -- In what was one of the most successful Homecomings in the history of the Greens Farms Academy athletic program, the Dragons went undefeated on Saturday against King.

Volleyball, field hockey, girls’ soccer and cross country all notched victories over the Vikings while the boys soccer team came from behind to forge a tie.

The day capped off yet another solid week for the GFA fall athletic teams.

VOLLEYBALL

GFA played the match of the season on Homecoming Saturday, sweeping FAA power King by a 3-0 score. The Dragons took a 25-22, 25-22, 25-18 win to improve to 9-2 on the season. The one-two punch of Kirwan Carey (15 kills, four blocks, three digs, two aces) and Elena Mota (11 kills, two aces, two digs) were spot on all day as Fairfield’s Meg Nesi set the Dragons up to the tune of 29 assists. Alex Nason had 13 digs to spark the defense while Kristiana Modzelewski played one of the best games of her career with six kills and three blocks. Southport’s Kelley Mooney also had five aces for the Dragons.

Earlier in the week, after suffering through its first two losses of the fall, the Dragons got back on the winning track by sweeping St. Luke's 25-17, 25-15, 25-22. Carey led the way for GFA with 12 kills and three aces with Mota sending down 11 spikes at the net for points. She also added three aces. Nesi had a big day setting up GFA's front line with 26 assists while Nason had 11 digs.

The Dragons just couldn't put it all together in falling to Hopkins at home, 25-15, 25-23, 25-18. Carey had 12 kills for GFA while Mota added 10 more. Alex had 22 digs in the game while Nesi had 14 assists.

BOYS SOCCER

Jack Ramsay scored the equalizer off an assist from Fairfield’s Will Whelan midway through the second half as the Dragons played to a 1-1 tie with King on Saturday during Homecoming. Fairfield’s Max Yates finished the day with five saves, including one spectacular back-leaping slap away of a ball headed under the crossbar. With the draw, GFA is now 4-1-3.

GIRLS SOCCER

The Greens Farms Academy girls’ soccer team capped off Homecoming Saturday with a resounding 5-0 win over King. Southport’s Sophie Staeger had two goals to lead GFA while Fairfield’s Lauren Lior, Annika White and Ryan Boyle had single goals. Elyse Kimball, Fairfield’s Isabella Whelan, Sarah Logan and Ella Murphy had assists for the Dragons. .

FIELD HOCKEY

The Greens Farms Academy field hockey team made sure Homecoming Saturday got off to a great start, earning a 3-0 win over King. Keely O’Shea scored twice for GFA while Fairfield’s Zoe Koskinas tallied the other. The defense, led by Southport’s Kate Millard, Lucy Holzinger, Fairfield’s Alex Nesi, Anna Reynolds and Rari Bellingeri not letting the ball near Nikki Farber all afternoon. GFA improved to 6-2.,

CROSS COUNTRY

Greens Farms Academy’s sent two girls to the prestigious Hoka One-One/Manhattan Invitational ran on the legendary Van Cortlandt Park, in the Bronx, N.Y., on Saturday. Caroline McCall placed first overall (16:35) in the sophomore-only race while teammate Haley Nilsson of Fairfield placed fourth (17:45) on the soggy 2.5 mile course.