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Fan Showdown Video Entry: St. Joseph’s Kahlil’s Kingdom


St. Joseph's Kahlil's Kingdom

With the voting portion complete, we now turn our attention to the video competition of the 2nd annual Overtime Fan Showdown.

Each of the nine schools involved are required to make a video of no less than two minutes, displaying their fans showing support at a game.

Today we reveal the first entry, from St. Joseph’s Kahlil’s Kingdom, one of the FCIAC’s more renowned fan bases. This video was captured on Tuesday night, when the Cadets’ boys basketball team defeated Norwalk.

A local Burger King even donated over 300 crowns to the Kingdom.

After all the videos displayed, a panel of our sponsors will judge them. The winning school will receive 5 points. Second place is worth 3 points, and third place is good for 1 point. Those totals will be added to the voting portion — Stamford has 5 points, Ridgefield 3 and Norwalk 1 — and we will determine the winner.

The winning school in the Fan Showdown will receive $500 toward its athletic department, with $100 going to the second-place school.

So check out Kahlil’s Kingdom in action and be on the lookout for more videos in the days ahead.

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6 Responses

  1. Pragmatic Fan says:

    Just pointing this out, why is there a drop at the very start of the roller coaster? That doesn’t even make sense.

  2. fan says:

    Doesn’t show any heart, just a bunch of people cheering. Needs a spark and this doesn’t have it

  3. fciac says:

    lol where are all their fans? weak showing…..

  4. Dave Ruden says:

    From the Kingdom: “We have a senior player whose name is Kahlil- we choose a senior who doesn’t get much time as a tribute to his hard work.”

  5. Dan says:

    Dave any idea where the name Kahlil’s Kingdom comes from? Who is Kahlil?

  6. Booker Corrigan says:

    Props, enthusiasm, and numbers are very good. However, with the exception of the final chant, there is absolutely zero originality. Hopefully other contestants will do more than rip off chants that have been popularized by other schools.