For the Farmington girls golf team, just getting on the course this spring has been something of a victory. The Tigers have competed in just three meets so far in a season filled with cancellations and adjusted schedules, and while they have not yet been in contention for any titles, coach Jon Stock is happy with what he has seen.
They didn’t win a single Missota Conference meet all year, but Farmington High School girls golf coach Jon Stock is pleased with the team’s season all the same.
“Overall, it was a good season,” Stock said.
Farmington girls golf coach Jon Stock is pretty pleased with his team’s performance Monday at Creek’s Bend Golf Course in New Prague.
“We had our first score under 100 for the season, so that was pretty exciting,” Stock said Tuesday.
Sophomore Brianna Swenson continued to lead the Farmington girls golf team, shooting a 105 last Wednesday at the meet at Dahlgreen Golf Course in Chaska.
The Tigers placed eighth out of eight teams at the meet with an overall score of 493.
The Farmington girls golf team is short on depth and experience and it showed at the first meet of the season Saturday in Faribault.
The Tigers shot a team score of 545 to place 12th out of 12 teams at Legacy Golf Course. New Prague defeated St. Croix Lutheran 331-338 for the team title.
One stroke left Farmington behind Holy Angels in last place at Monday’s Missota Conference Championships, and bumped the Tigers back into a tie for seventh with the Stars in the final league standings.
Senior Terra Klima shot a round of 101 to lead Farmington to seventh place at the team’s latest Missota Conference meet Monday at Dahlgreen Golf Course.
The Tigers shot a 441 team score to finish ahead of Holy Angels six days after finishing eighth behind the Stars at Stonebrooke Golf Club.
Inexperience once again proved to be the downfall of the Farmington girls golf team in the Section 1AAA tournament last week.
With a lineup featuring two eighth-graders, two freshmen and just one senior, the Tigers finished last with a round of 454 at Cannon Falls Golf Course.
With eighth-grader Brianna Swenson missing from the lineup due to a choir conflict, the Farmington girls golf team finished in last place at Monday’s Missota Conference meet at Crow River Country Club in Hutchinson.
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