Precision Eye Care’s annual community tennis tournament winners weren’t just the players on the courts. The Farmington (FHS) and North County (NCHS) high schools’ tennis programs were also winners when Dr. John Fitz presented each coach with a $535 check on July 6.
The athletic director for North County School District is about to trade a Raider helmet for a Farmington Knight helmet.
ST. LOUIS – After holding eight consecutive opponents to 40 points or fewer to begin last basketball season, the Farmington girls are establishing an even more impressive trend.
With a Homecoming theme of “Knight at Disney,” it was only fitting that the Farmington High School football team won in dramatic fashion Friday night.
FARMINGTON – The opening drive by the Farmington football team featured nothing outside of the ordinary as senior fullback Braden Botkin carried nine consecutive times between the tackles.
Precision Eye Care Tennis Tournament (PECTT) Executive Sponsor Dr. John Fitz on Monday presented $400 checks to Farmington High School boys and girls tennis coach Andrew Canter and North County High School boys tennis coach Anna Yount to fund expenses for the schools’ tennis programs.
For two seasons the same group of Farmington Middle School girls have had a basketball team with a record that any NBA team would be envious of.
Farmington freshman Kael Krause looks to complete a fall by shifting his weight across Aaron Choi of Waynesville during a tri-match on Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, at Black Knight Fieldhouse. The Knights defeated both Waynesville and Poplar Bluff in duals.
Farmington graduate Ainslee Finch receives a serve for the Mineral Area volleyball team during an NJCAA District K playoff match on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017, in Carterville, Illinois. The Lady Cardinals (34-0) defeated John A. Logan in straight sets to earn a berth in next week’s national tournament.
PARK HILLS – It is now eight Central Christmas Tournament titles for the Farmington boys basketball team after it took down top seeded Hillsboro 49-45 on Dec. 30.
With only one season under its belt, the Farmington High School girls’ varsity swim team is looking forward to a successful sophomore season.
Preparing for the second season of competition, the Farmington High School boys’ varsity swim team is back in the pool and ready to make a splash.
The Farmington High School Varsity football team suffered an emotional one point loss in overtime to Cape Central High School on Sept. 2 in the team’s home opener.
CAPE GIRARDEAU – The Farmington Knights brought home the SEMO Conference Championship Trophy on Jan. 23 after a grueling two days of wrestling matches between the 12 conference schools.
When people see Mitchell Summers now, they see a young confident runner who has racked up several first place finishes as a middle school runner. But only two years ago, the story was a lot different.
For Ryan Parson of Farmington, running seems to be a family tradition.
Farmington boys qualify for XC sectional
In only his second year as head soccer coach for the Farmington Knights, Addea Rique and his team are playing like a veteran championship team.
PARK HILLS – The Farmington softball team lost one player to graduation over the summer, but entered this season needing to establish a new ace pitcher and replenish some power at the plate.