Farmington Sports

Mark Hall, already a four-time state high school champion for Apple Valley, added a world championship to his resume this summer. Hall won five matches in the 167.5-pound weight class in freestyle at the FILA Cadet World Championships in Slovakia in July. He won the title match 4-1 over Sumiyabazar Zandanbud of Mongolia. Hall also [...]

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Obarskis remain heavily involved in Dakota County soccer The Obarski family has been a fixture in south metro youth and high school soccer for decades. This fall, however, finds two of them trying to leave imprints on new teams. Jason Obarski, one of Mark’s and Barb’s five soccer-playing children, is a high school head coach [...]

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16 teams will chase state title starting Aug. 1 Organizers of next week’s state American Legion baseball tournament lined up Minnesota Twins general manager Terry Ryan to be the featured speaker at the pre-tourney banquet. Then they started to worry when they looked at the calendar. The banquet is scheduled Thursday, July 31, at Eagan [...]

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Dakota Rev team wins at USA Cup Weekend The Dakota Rev Rampage, a team with some of the metro area’s top girls soccer players, won another championship at the USA Cup Weekend tournament July 11-13. The team won six games in the girls Under-19 A Flight at the weekend tournament, outscoring opponents 22-2. Dakota Rev [...]

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15-1 squad wins 2 major tournaments Winning Open Division championships at the country’s two biggest youth national volleyball tournaments is rare, even for clubs that are accustomed to contending for national titles. Northern Lights’ 15-1 team accomplished that elusive double over the last several weeks, winning the 15-and-under titles at the AAU National Championships in [...]

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Boys head coach familiar with South Suburban territory Hockey people in Farmington view the high school boys program as up and coming, and wanted a head coach that fit the same description. At least that’s what Greg May thought when he interviewed for the FHS position this spring. “I think they wanted someone who was [...]

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