Girls Basketball: Tigers move into first-place tieThere's a four-way tie for first place in the Missota Conference heading into the final night of the regular season.
By: Matt Steichen, The Farmington Independent
There's a four-way tie for first place in the Missota Conference heading into the final night of the regular season.
Farmington hung on for a 48-47 win over Chaska Tuesday night, while Shakopee breezed past Red Wing and New Prague defeated Chanhassen, 87-78. That means all four teams at the top of the standings - Farmington, Shakopee, New Prague and Chanhassen - sit at 10-3 going into their season finales Friday night.
At least one of the teams will be knocked out of the top spot as Farmington (21-3) hosts New Prague (18-7) at Tiger Gym. Shakopee travels to Northfield to take on a Raiders team they have already beaten by 23 points this season and Chanhassen travels to Red Wing to take on a Wingers team they beat by just two points earlier this season.