Girl’s Basketball: Ranked teams give Tigers trouble

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Girl’s Basketball: Ranked teams give Tigers trouble

Emma Sullivan, Staff Writer

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Coming off a well-played 72-53 loss to the 10-3 Sabers, the Tigers allowed their season-high point total and scored their season low in an 81-28 setback to the Lightning in Apple Valley.

“I thought we played well against Shakopee. We shot well, executed well, and played competitively with them – it was the best we’ve played on their court in the past three years. I saw a lot of good things and gave us a good idea of how far we’ve come,” Farmington coach Sondra Chadwick said. “Against Eastview, it showed us how much further we still have to go. Eastview is a team who consistently plays at a very high level, and they make it incredibly hard for any team to be able to execute.”

The Tigers (2-12) allowed 51 points in the first half against Eastview, and scored just 10 in the second half. Tarah DeCroock led all FHS scorers with eight points.

Alyssa Wagner dropped in a team-high 18 points at Shakopee. DeCroock joined her in double figures with 11 points and Ellie Clayton scored six.

Alicia Hett contributed five points, six assists and seven rebounds. Molly Mogensen added six rebounds and four steals.

Article courtesy of: Matt Steichen, The Farmington Independent

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