The thought of being a state champion started to creep into Tyler Magalis’ mind at the Class 2A State Meet in 2008.
The freshman had just finished 11th in the 1-meter dive behind six seniors, two juniors and two sophomores. Magalis had already been training as a swimmer for six years, and he figured three more years of training as a diver and it could be him at the top of the University of Minnesota Aquatics Center podium by 2011.
Farmington’s girls basketball team used a familiar script to dispose of Rochester Mayo and move within a game of the school record for consecutive wins.
The Tigers overcame a bit of a slow start with another dominant defensive effort, and extended their lead throughout the second half in an eventual 63-38 win — their seventh in a row — over Rochester Mayo last Tuesday night in Rochester.
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