It's Friday afternoon again and Independent sports writer Matthew Steichen is back with another installment of the Farmington Independent sports podcast. This week he's talking with girls soccer coach Seamus Tritchler, whose team is out to its best start in at least five years. They talk about the team, its outlook for the rest of the season and Tritchler's background in Ireland.
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The Farmington girls soccer team missed its fair share of opportunities to put the ball in the net, but still came away from the first week of its Missota Conference slate with a 1-0 win over Red Wing and a 2-2 draw against Shakopee.
The Farmington girls soccer team overcame a pair of slow starts last week.
Last Tuesday at Lakeville North, the Tigers found themselves trailing by two goals before playing a strong second half in a 2-1 setback. On the road again on Thursday, the team struggled controlling the ball in the first 40 minutes against Faribault before exploding for six goals in a 7-0 rout of the Falcons.
The Farmington girls tennis team opened the season by winning eight out of a possible 18 matches and claiming at least one round in each of the six flights at the Mound Invitational Doubles Tournament Monday morning at Mound-Westonka High School.
The results turned in by members of the Farmington girls golf team were a little different than what coach Shawn Anderson has come to expect at last Tuesday's Missota Conference quadrangular at Stonebrooke Golf Course.
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