|Kenzie Hesse (photo by J. Lindquist)|
The Tigers, who have now won five straight, won the opener 26-24 and lost the second 23-25 before sweeping games three and four by 25-13 and 25-17 scores.
The victory upped the Farmington season record to 7-3, 0-1 in Missota Conference play.
The ninth-grade attacking duo of Kenzie Hesse and Emma Fahning played a major role in the non-conference victory with 22 and 15 kills respectively.
Setter Ruthie Schmitt set up an effective offense and finished the night with a season-high 47 assists.
Morgan Cecchittini led a strong performance at the net with seven blocks. Hesse and Vanessa Garke had four apiece.
Fahning also had a strong night defensively, leading the team in digs with 25. Hesse added 14 and Garke nine.
Hesse filled out her stat sheet with a team-high 21 serve receptions, two more than Fahning. Libero Diana Comes chipped in with 13.
The Tigers step back into Missota Conference play Thursday night with a road match at Red Wing.