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.
The Farmington boys tennis team closed out a hectic week by finally putting a Missota Conference match in the win column Friday afternoon.
In their fifth match in five days, the Tigers swept four singles matches and closed out a 1-6 season in the league.
The Farmington boys track team made huge strides at this year’s Section 1AAA True Team meet.
Sixth out of nine teams a year ago when they scored 584 points, the Tigers placed second with 828 points last Tuesday at Lakeville North.
The Farmington boys golf team was already in a tricky position this year with a very young lineup. Throw in weather-related delays that meant the team didn’t play its first meet until April 30 and it was hard to know how things would go.
Farmington survived a scare to pick up its first-ever lacrosse win over Holy Angels last Tuesday at McMurray Field in St. Paul.
The Tigers stormed to a commanding 10-2 lead before the Stars rallied with eight unanswered goals to tie the score and force overtime.
Three points separated Farmington from a team title last Tuesday at the Missota Conference Relays in Chaska.
The Tigers won seven events and scored 178 points, just three off the pace of first-place Chanhassen’s 181.
The Farmington baseball team was on both sides of a pair of doubleheader sweeps last week.
The Tigers had their largest offensive output of the young season last Tuesday when they knocked off New Prague 13-2 and 5-2 at Memorial Park in New Prague. Two days later at Donaldson Park in Richfield, Holy Angels did more damage with the bats in a 4-3, 13-7 sweep.
Before the season started, Farmington softball coach Paul Harrington wondered who would pick up the slack for his team offensively with cleanup hitter Allie Rice lost to graduation.
So far, it’s been the entire lineup.
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