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Monday, December 10
D-Team Gets Two More Ws
D-Team (3-1) dominates Southington; wins by 23
Saturday, 12/9/2006
Coming off of a weekend without basketball, Farmington’s Developmental team was pumped up for basketball as they played a usually tough Southington team in Southington. With Courtney Hofer, the team’s leading scorer to date, injured with a fractured finger, some of Farmington’s role players had to pick up some of the slack. Farmington came out extremely well, outscoring the opposition 8-0 in the first quarter, and eventually 19-0 at half, leading to a 29-6 final. It took Southington until halfway through the third quarter to score its first basket, and by that time, Farmington had already started to tone down its level of play, not even scoring a basket in the 4th quarter. Alyssa Doherty, placed into the starting lineup for the injured Hofer, contributed greatly, scoring two points and grabbing 6 steals. Bridget Kelly led the team with 8 points, also grabbing six boards and five steals. Katie Mihalek with four, Brittany Legowski and Kate Solari with two, and Audrey Gallo with one, all scored their first ever travel points. Lexie Kerlejza also proved to be a presence in the paint, scoring a bucket and grabbing six rebounds. The girls also set a team record by only turning the ball over 13 times the entire game, a great improvement to the 23 halftime turnovers against Madison. With the win, Farmington improves to 2-1 in the league heading into a big game against Plainville on Sunday.


D-Team (4-1) wins third straight, defeating Plainville 24-10
Sunday, 12/10/2006
After the biggest win of their season to date, Farmington’s D-team was out to prove that the win over Southington was more than a mere fluke. Farmington was out to prove this with a game against Plainville at West Woods on Sunday. Alyssa Doherty, coming off of a strong game on Saturday, continued to show great improvements, grabbing another six steals and scoring six points, while turning the ball over only twice in the backcourt. Although Farmington’s backcourt of Doherty, Bridget Kelly, and Tessa Tuttle, who scored four points, played a solid game, Farmington’s solid front court led the team, grabbing 40 team rebounds. Brigid Callahan led the team with a team record nine rebounds, scoring six points, while Kate Solari’s seven rebounds, Brittany Legowski’s six boards, and Katie Quinn’s four rebounds and first ever travel basket, also proved to be huge contributions. The D-team will play two more games going into break next weekend, against Rocky Hill and Simsbury, hoping to improve its already strong record.




Thursday, December 6
D-Team Is Off To A Strong Start
Farmington D-Team (1-0) wins opener over Berlin
Sunday, 11/12/2006
Farmington’s D-Team opened its season with a big 22-13 victory over a tough team from Berlin at West Woods. Although coming off of a long break from basketball, Farmington showed no signs of rust, winning their first official travel game in impressive fashion. Farmington got off to a quick start, outscoring the opposition 8-2 in the first quarter, and never trailing after that. Versatile Courtney Hofer led the team scoring eight points, four of which came in the first quarter. Brigid Callahan contributed with four of her own on the inside. Bridget Kelly also chipped in with four. The team’s play in this solid opener showed good things to come for this young Farmington team.


D-Team (1-1) suffers loss to a tough Madison team
Sunday, 11/19/2006
Coming off of a big win last week, Farmington’s D-Team suffered their first loss Sunday, with a 33-20 defeat against a solid Madison team. After scoring a mere 4 points in the 1st half, Farmington cut the deficit to within 5 in the 3rd quarter until some great guard play from Madison and costly foul trouble for Farmington let Madison pull away with the victory. Bridget Kelly and Courtney Hofer led the scoring attack, scoring 10 and 8 points respectively, with Hofer hitting a couple of big jumpshots in the 3rd quarter. Hofer also contributed with 6 rebounds. Alexis Kerlejza and Audrey Gallo dominated the glass for Farmington, grabbing 7 and 6 rebounds respectively. A big problem for Farmington in this game was the amount of turnovers. At halftime every girl had already made at least 1 and the team had 23 at the break. Althougth the girls controlled the ball better in the 2nd half Farmington’s efforts were not enough, as they suffer their first defeat heading into Thanksgiving weekend.


D-Team (2-1) wins a nail-biter in a friendly against West Hartford
Saturday, 11/25/2006
With nothing going on during Thanksgiving weekend, Farmington coach John Kelly got on the phone and scheduled a friendly game against a mostly 6th grade team from West Hartford. After getting off to a big 8-4 lead at the end of the first quarter, West Hartford came back to tie it at 16 in the 4th quarter. With about 1 minute left in the game, Bridget Kelly would go to the line, and would hit a big free throw, just one of her game high seven, that would turn out to be the game winner in a 17-16 win. Courtney Hofer hit a few big jump shots in the third quarter, and finished with six points, five rebounds, and a team high seven steals. Hofer’s stellar defense became a huge factor in this game. Brigid Callahan scored the other four points and grabbed four boards before fouling out in the fourth quarter. The other five members of the team, did a great job controlling the ball, committing just six turnovers between them. In Kate Solaris second-ever travel game, she grabbed two big rebounds, while the rest of the team also showed great improvement. Farmington improves to 2-1 overall, but is still just 1-1 in league play.




Friday, December 21
D-Team Keeps Rolling
D-Team (5-1) beats Simsbury in a low scoring game, 17-8
Saturday, 12/16/2006

Coming off of a very successful weekend, the Farmington girls D-team, still had a lot to prove, and were ready to prove it on Saturday in an extremely blue gym at Simsbury High. Farmington got off to a rocky start, only scoring two points in the first quarter and making a team record 53 turnovers in this game. But although they were not at their best, the girls were able to build a 7-2 advantage at the half, led by Lexie Kerlezja scoring four of her six points in the second quarter. With an offense not performing as well as usual, Farmington needed to step it up on defense, which they did. Farmington held its opponent to just eight points while Alyssa Doherty set a team record with nine steals. Bridget Kelly added another seven of the team’s 26 total steals. But although the defense was so phenomenal, the play of the game was Kerlejza’s buzzer beating jump shot from 15 feet away at the end of the fourth quarter, giving Farmington a final win of 17-8.


D-Team (6-1) wins nail-biter over Rocky Hill
Sunday, 12/17/2006

In what proved to be their most exciting game of the season so far, Farmington’s Dteam was able to edge out a 19-16 victory over a tough Rocky Hill team. Rocky Hill went off to a quick 10-6 lead at halftime, and was winning 14-10 at the end of the third quarter. Down by four, 16-12, with just 5 minutes left, Farmington really needed to pull it together to get the win. Lexie Kerlejza started the rally with a strong power move down low, drawing the foul, and making the free throw, cutting the lead to one. About a minute later, still down by one, Brittany Legowski threw up a jump shot from about 18 feet away, which to her surprise swished in, in what would prove to be the winning basket. Still rattled from the Legowski’s shot, Rocky Hill failed to break Farmington’s brutal press, and Bridget Kelly was able to grab one of her 9 steals, and take it in for a layup, giving Farmington a 19-16 lead. Farmington’s defense was able to shut down Rocky Hill for the last three minutes, and picked up their six win. Kerlejza had a career game with five points, six steals, and a team record 10 rebounds, while making only one turnover. Kate Solari and Brigid Callahan had five rebounds each, and Alyssa Doherty had five more steals. Farmington will play another game against West Hartford over break, and will come out ready for more league play against Cromwell and Avon, supposedly two of the best teams they’ll have seen so far.




Sunday, January 14
D-Team continues winning ways
Shorthanded D-Team (9-3) gets win over Simsbury
Sunday, 1/14/2007
Missing both Bridget Kelly and Brigid Callahan, the normal starting point guard and center, Farmington’s reserves had to prove they could win too. Farmington held Simsbury to a mere 10 points, winning 19-10. Farmington had Simsbury shut out until midway through the 4th quarter, when a coaching mistake by Coach Kelly allowed Simsbury to score the first of its 10 points. Kathryn Quinn and Tessa Tuttle both stepped up big filling in for Bridget and Brigid in the starting lineup. Quinn scored a basket and grabbed two rebounds, while Tuttle had an all-around solid game making three thefts, grabbing two boards, and making a free throw. Although the reserves stepped up, Courtney Hofer had a career game, coming very close to a triple double. Hofer scored 10 points, grabbed nine rebounds, and had eight steals, while playing in less than half of the second half. Alyssa Doherty had four points and five steals and Cate Solari grabbed five rebounds and scored a bucket in the victory. Farmington has two tough games next weekend, playing shorthanded at Glastonbury, and then coming home against a Berlin team that played them close before. All in all, though, it was an excellent weekend for the girls.

D-Team (8-3) beats Wallingford
Saturday, 1/13/2007
Although Wallingford had only six players for much of the game, they were still able to keep it close against Farmington, with Farmington winning 26-21. With Wallingford winning 9-4 at halftime, it was suggested to coach John Kelly, to switch to man-to-man from zone, to stop a very good shooting Wallingford and utilize the speed of Farmington. Kelly switched to man-to-man in the second half, and the rest was history. Led by Alyssa Doherty’s six points on three jump shots in the third quarter, Farmington was able to take the 14-11 lead going into the fourth quarter. Wallingford, though, would not quit. They were able to Farmington’s lead to four with about two minutes left, when Tessa Tuttle iced it with a jump shot from ten feet away, giving the maroon jerseys a six point lead. Courtney Hofer had eight points of her own, while Brigid Callahan grabbed seven rebounds. Lexie Kerlejza contributed with a solid game with four points and four rebounds.

D-Team (7-3) loses heartbreaker to Avon
Sunday, 1/7/2007
Although taking a four point lead at half, Farmington could not hold their lead against Avon, losing 21-16. Brittany Legowski and Lexie Kerlejza’s four points each in the first half, gave Farmington a 10-6 lead at halftime. But, Avon’s #3 scored 13 of Avon’s 15 2nd half points off the bench, and Avon was able to take the advantage in the fourth quarter. Farmington struggled most handling the ball, turning the ball over 33 times. Some high points to the game, included Alyssa Doherty and Tessa Tuttle grabbing four steals each, and Lexie Kerlejza’s four rebounds to go along with her four points. Brittany Legowski played another solid game, scoring four points, while snatching one rebound and two steals.



D-Team (7-2) cruises past Cromwell
Saturday, 1/6/2007
Coming off of a tough loss in a friendly game in West Hartford, Farmington looked ready to get back on the winning page. Farmington’s offense came out rusty, after playing just one game in the last two weeks, and was trailing 2-0 at the end of the first quarter. But, led by leading scorer Courtney Hofer, Farmington was able to dominate Cromwell in the second quarter, scoring 13 points opposed to their five, giving them a 13-7 lead. Hofer scored eight of her team-record 12 points in the second while Brigid Callahan chipped in all four of her own. Farmington, though, needed to keep its momentum going into the secons half. The Maroon and White outscored Cromwell 15-4 after halftime, on their way to a 29-11 rout. Cate Solari contributed with a team-high eight rebounds, with Lexie Kerlejza grabbing five boards of her own. Brittany Legowski also helped out by grabbing four boards and scoring two points, while only turning the ball over once.


D-Team (11-3) wins first game of double header
Sunday, 1/21/2007
Bridget Kelly scored seven points including going 3-4 from the foul line as Farmington was able to win its first game of the day, at West Woods, over Berlin, by a score of 21-14. Kathryn Quinn chipped in with four points and two rebounds; while Alyssa Doherty had a team-high five steals to go along with her two points as the team was able to pick up their 11th victory of the season. Farmington took a 7-6 lead at the end of the first quarter, only to shut out their opponent in the 2nd, going into half with an 11-6 lead. The home team then was able to keep their lead in the second half, as the players showed an extra spark in the due to all 11 players being at the game. Lexie Kerlejza and Cate Solari each had four rebounds, while Courtney Hofer led the team with six boards. Farmington would then head over to Avon for their 2nd game of the day.

D-Team (11-3-1) ties archrival Avon

Before the season began, when Coach Kelly saw an opportunity too play a double header on an average Sunday in January, he jumped on it, thinking they would have nothing else to do but play some basketball. But when Kelly saw how tough Avon was, after they handed Farmington just its third defeat of the season in early January, he had second guesses about his decision to play them after playing a very scrappy Berlin team. Lucky for him, and everyone watching, the game was played and turned out to be a thriller. Alyssa Doherty’s bank shot from 10 feet away in overtime to tie the game, set off a chain of exiting events that would eventually lead to a double overtime 24-24 tie. Farmington trailed at halftime by the low score of 7-4, with all 4 being scored by Courtney Hofer, who finished with 12.

Avon kept that lead into the 4th quarter when Tessa Tuttle’s clutch basket tied the game with a couple minutes left. After Avon barely missed a jumpshot at the buzzer of regulation, the game went into a two-minute overtime period, in which Avon’s center hit a layup with about 30 seconds left to give them the lead. But when all else looked hopeless for the maroon jerseys, Doherty’s jumpshot with 2 seconds left, sent the game into another OT. With both sides wanting to get home for the football games, a 1 minute period was settled upon, in which Courtney Hofer started off with a nice take and a layup, to put Farmington up by two. But after the basket, Farmington forgot to get back on defense, and the same girl who scored the basket in the first OT, made the game tying fastbreak layup in the second OT. Farmington could not score with the 10 seconds left on the clock, leading to a mutual decision by both coached too call the game a tie. Lexie Kerlejza led the team with seven rebounds to go along with her six points.

The rivalry will continue as Farmington plays Avon for the third time at home on Febuary 11th. Expect another thriller between these two great teams in this one as well. Farmington has their 3rd contest of the year against Berlin and another game against Wallingford, two teams that have given the D-Team tough games in the past, next weekend.


D-Team (10-3) knocks off feisty Glastonbury Team
Saturday, 1/20/2007
Farmington had a tough task ahead of them at Smith Middle School in Glastonbury. With both assistant coaches and two players, Courtney Hofer and Katie Mihalek, missing, Coach Kelly and the D-Team had to defeat an athletic Glastonbury team on their home court. Though not in pretty fashion, this was accomplished, as Farmington won the game 16-13. Farmington had 34 turnovers, but made up for it by grabbing 31 steals and forcing many more turnovers as both teams had trouble controlling the ball. Bridget Kelly had a team record 11 of those steals and scored 8 of the team’s 16 points, on rout to the team’s 10th victory of the season. Alyssa Doherty chipped in with 6 more of the team’s points while grabbing 4 rebounds and 6 steals, and Tessa Tuttle had the other 2 points and contributed with 4 steals and 2 rebounds. Audrey Gallo played tenacious defence down the stretch as Coach Kelly went with the offense-defense substitution pattern, preserving the foul troubled Brigid Callahan and Kelly for offensive roles. Farmington’s next battle with Glastonbury is again at their place on the last weekend of the season.






Farmington (16-3-1) pounds very speedy Cheshire team
Sunday, 2/4/2007
When Farmington’s Kathryn Quinn, the starting center, started the game off by going coast to coast for a layup, they knew they were in for another good game. Farmington scored 38 points, opposed to Cheshire’s 15, tying for their largest victory of the season. Bridget Kelly and Courtney Hofer both scored in double digits again, with ten and 11 points respectively, with Kelly shooting a remarkable 83 percent from the field. This game also marks Hofer’s outstanding fifth straight game with at least 10 points. Brigid Callahan was an animal down low, grabbing ten rebounds and six steals, while Katie Mihalek had a great game as well with two points and three rebounds. The play of the game though came in the second quarter, when Lexie Kerlejza, who had four rebounds and two points in the contest, got an offensive rebound and threw up a layup that amazingly went all the way over the backboard, getting stuck on top of the wires on the backboard. The Cheshire coach had to take out a giant pole to tip it down, and incredibly the basket went in! Audrey Gallo played great off the bench, scoring four points on fast breaks, and also coming down with three rebounds and two steals. Coach Legowski also wanted to point out his Super Bowl prediction of 34-10, with Indianapolis winning. Farmington heads over to West Haven on Saturday, and then will face archrival Avon at home on Sunday. Avon, who has lost to Hartford, but has beaten and tied Farmington, will come to West Woods seeking revenge from the last tie.


Farmington (15-3-1) wins against talented Hartford team
Saturday, 2/3/2007
Without the likes of centers Brigid Callahan and Cate Solari, Farmington was faced with the extremely tough task of beating Hartford, a team that had already beaten Avon and Madison, Farmington’s two earlier losses. Farmington proved everyone wrong, by defeating Hartford 31-27. After going ahead by ten in the third quarter, the maroon team suffered a bit of a lapse, as Hartford’s No. 18, who had 18 points, scored 10 straight, and Farmington took a two point deficit going into the fourth. But Coach Kelly’s team was on a mission, and Farmington held Hartford to a mere one point the rest of the way for their 14th win. After coming close in many previous games, Courtney Hofer got her first double-double, with ten points and a team-record 13 steals, while grabbing a team high six rebounds as well. Bridget Kelly had her second double-digit scoring performance, scoring 10 as well, and as the point guard she only made three turnovers. Alyssa Doherty had six steals and two points, and Lexie Kerlejza had four points and four boards. One thing the girls may need to work on in practice this week is making shots, especially layups, as they shot only 17 percent in the first half. Farmington heads over to Cheshire tomorrow, and looks to continue to play as well as they did today.




Farmington (14-3-1) wins again over Ulbrich-Wallingford
Sunday, 1/28/2007
The developmental team from Farmington knew they had their work cut out for them at West Woods on Sunday, playing a Wallingford team that had given them a very tough game a few weeks ago. Wallingford’s 7 man rotation, gave them a good flow, but it couldn’t take the fresh legs of Farmington’s 11 man rotation, as Farmington won 27-23. Although all seven of Wallingford’s players scored, Farmington was able to hold them to just 23 points and pick up the win. Courtney Hofer led the way, with another 12 point performance, her fourth of the season, while also recording seven rebounds and seven steals. Tessa Tuttle had four points and two rebounds, and Lexie Kerlejza had five points, including two game-clinching free throws in the fourth, and six rebounds.

Farmington (13-3-1) beats scrappy Berlin for the third time
Saturday, 1/27/2007
Courtney Hofer had 12 points and nine rebounds as Farmington was able to come back and beat Berlin for a third time, 25-22. After going down 8-3 in the first quarter, the girls would storm back, going into halftime with just a three-point deficit. Hofer’s five fourth quarter points would seal the Farmington victory, their 12th of the season. Bridget Kelly and Tessa Tuttle played tenacious defense in the backcourt, getting five steals a piece. Kelly also scored four points. Brittany Legowski had three rebounds and two steals, while Audrey Gallo also played excellent defense with two steals.




Wednesday, February 14
Red Team prevails in intrasquad scrimmage
Sunday, 2/12/2007
Due to a miscommunication with scheduling, Avon could not make their game in Farmington, giving the Farmington girls a chance to play an organized intrasquad scrimmage. Coach Kelly was able to watch his team in action as the assistant coaches took over the teams. Playing 16 minute halves, the red team, led by Coach P. Kelly, and defeated the white team, coached by Coach Legowski and Mihalek, 12-8. Kathryn Quinn had 6 points, and Audrey Gallo had 3 assists for the red, while Cate Solari and Brittany Legowski had baskets for the white team.

Farmington (16-3-1) knocks off West Haven
Saturday, 2/11/2007
Bridget Kelly scored her first double-double of the season, as Farmington’s 5th/6th grade team was able to knock off West Haven at Alma Pagels School, by a score of 34-15. Kelly had 10 points on 5-10 shooting, and also grabbed 10 steals. Only having 7 girls, compared to their usual 11, Farmington did not have any fresh legs to put in, and got worried when Audrey Gallo picked up her 4th foul early in the 2nd quarter, but Gallo finished the game strong, finishing with 3 rebounds and 2 steals without fouling out. Farmington got off to an early 10-2 lead in the 1st quarter, and didn’t look back, keeping at least an 8 point lead for the rest of the game. After missing all 5 shots she took in the 1st quarter, Tessa Tuttle stole the show in the last 3 quarters, scoring a career high 10 points on an incredible 5-5 shooting! Courtney Hofer was unable to continue her double digit scoring streak by scoring only 8 points, on an uncharacteristic 4-17 shooting performance. But, Hofer made up for her off day shooting, by playing tremendous defense, with 7 steals and 5 rebounds, and also had at least 3 assists (the statistician does not keep track of assists, but really should the way these girls are passing). Hofer also attempted 2 threes, the first anybody has taken all year, and came close on both. Kathryn Quinn showed excellent hustle, diving for loose balls and picking off passes, and Cate Solari had a career high 9 rebounds and 4 points. Brigid Callahan had 6 rebounds and 2 points to round out the team. Farmington tries to add to its 10 game unbeaten streak, in which they are 9-0-1, against rival Avon tomorrow at West Woods.




Farmington wins two out of three in Jamboree
Sunday, March 4

After not playing basketball for 2 weeks, the girls of Farmington’s D Team, had to come back and play 3 well known foes in the CGBL’s 5th annual Developmental Jamboree. The team started the day losing to Avon 10-7, then beating Berlin 15-13 and Glastonbury 11-10 in nail-biters. The jamboree was very well hosted by Berlin, and most of the team stayed all day to watch some other very exciting games (Madison vs. Glasonbury/Berlin v. Cromwell/Avon v. Rocky Hill) and get to know the opposing players even better. With 10 teams present, shortened games were played to keep the games moving.

In the first game, Farmington had to face a very familiar foe in Avon, a team that they had yet to beat (one win/one tie) in two games. Not only did they have to play one of the toughest teams in the tournament, they had to do it without Courtney Hofer, the team’s leading scorer, who was at a swim meet. Farmington came out rusty, quickly going down 8-1 by halftime, with a Brittany Legowski free throw proving to be the only basket. Farmington came out quickly in the 2nd half though, and baskets by Brigid Callahan, Bridget Kelly and Cate Solari shortened the lead to 10-7 Avon. With 30 seconds left, Bridget Kelly took a 3 pointer (something not unheard of in 5th grade hoop, as seen in the other games today), which rimmed out, leading to the final score of 10-7 Avon. Legowski led the team with 4 rebounds and Bridget Kelly had 4 steals and 3 rebounds in the contest.

After watching a couple of close games, and participating in some skill competitions with the other players, Farmington was ready to play their 2nd game, against a familiar Berlin team, that they had already beaten 3 times, all in close games. This one would prove to be a heartbreaking end to Berlin’s season, as the Maroon team would break their hearts at the buzzer on a fluke play. With the score 13-10 and 30 seconds left, Berlin’s #35, hit a game tying three pointer from the corner, giving Farmington about 20 seconds to score. After some trouble getting the ball over half court, and a questionable out of bounds call given to Farmington, Farmington ended up having 3 seconds to score, taking the ball out from half court. Brittany Legowski chucked a potential game winner from the elbow, which missed everything, and wound up in Brigid Callahan’s hands for the layup, and Farmington victory. Courtney Hofer, back from swimming, had 5 rebounds and 7 steals, while Callahan led the team with 5 points.

After watching a thrilling comeback by Madison in the next game, beating Farmington’s final opponent Glastonbury, Farmington seemed motivated to capitalize on Glastonbury’s loss of momentum at the end of their last game. At half time Farmington had taken an 8-2 lead, and a 3rd win against Glastonbury seemed inevitable. But Glastonbury proved to be the scrappy team that they always have been, and were able to score 7 straight points to give them the 9-8 advantage. A Courtney Hofer free throw with about 2 minutes left would send the game into an overtime. Courtney Hofer would again in OT, make 1 out of 2 free throws, the 1 she made proving to be the game winner, in another nail biter. Brigid Callahan scored 2 more, adding onto her team high 9 points on the day. Hofer had 4 points, 6 rebounds and 4 steals, and Brittany Legowski continued to have a great day with 2 points and 5 rebounds. Farmington was able to wrap up their season with a fantastic 19-4-1 record, and although losing 3 players to the 7th grade team, have a strong nucleus for next year.

I have some final team stats that I’d like to share with the team:
Points: 512
PPG: 28.44
Rebounds: 605
RPG: 33.6
Steals: 465
SPG: 25.8
Turnovers: 585 (This got much better as the season went on)
TPG: 32.5
FT%: 23% (This is supposed to be up to 50% next year)
FG%: 23%
3PT%: 14%
RECORD vs. 5th graders: 18-3-1 (Great Job Girls)

(If anyone is interested in the individual stats, you can e-mail Coach Kelly, but I am not going to put everyone’s stats up for the public to see.)




Farmington Wins 6th straight in Glastonbury
February 17, 2007

With many families leaving for vacation the next day, Farmington still had to play one more basketball game, against an athletic and scrappy Glastonbury team that has proven to be one of the best defensive teams in the league. They proved it, holding Farmington to a mere 20 points, but Farmington (17-3-1) was able to hold on, winning 20-13. Bridget Kelly and Courtney Hofer led the team with 4 points each, with Kelly getting a career high 11 steals. Hofer also had 7 steals. Tessa Tuttle stole the show, by draining the team’s first three-pointer in the 2nd quarter and Brigid Callahan and led the team on the boards with 7. The game showed to be a very defensive one, with 4 Farmington players grabbing 7 steals or more (Kelly, Hofer, Alyssa Doherty, and Audrey Gallo), but also got beat by the Glastonbury defensive, making 27 turnovers. Farmington plays in the end of the season jamboree after break, hopefully ending a great season, in a fun and exciting way.



   
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