Girls basketball | Farmington 55, Century 51 (Rotary)

Farmington converted a three-point play with 30 seconds remaining and that enabled the Tigers to edge Rochester Century 55-51 in a Rotary Holiday Classic girls basketball tournament game Tuesday at Mayo Civic Center's Exhibit Hall.

Farmington guard Alyssa Wagner drove in for a transition layup, was fouled, and added a free throw to break a 51-51 tie. The Tigers added a free throw with 5 seconds left, after Century missed a three-point attempt.

Century (6-3) had a four-game winning streak halted. The Panthers were led by senior forward Kendall Kupfer and senior guard Kristin Fleissner with 14 points each. Fleissner made all three Century three-pointers.

Farmington, 0-2 in last year's Rotary, even its record at 3-3. The Tigers were equally balanced in scoring, led by Wagner with 13 and sophomore guard Ellie Clayton with 14.

Farmington 55, Century 51



Christine Steffes 1 P; Morgan Mach 3 P, 1 3-PT; Ellie Clayton 14 P; Alyssa Wagner 13 P; Molly Mogensen 9 P; Sydney Blandin 3 P; Madalyn Allison 2 P.


Alyssa Lewis 9 P; Kristin Fleissner 14 P, 3 3-PT; Mariah Nadolny 1 P; Kiara Lindsey 11 P; Samantha Jorgenson 2 P; Kendall Kupfer 14 P.

Halftime:FARM 28, CENT 24.

Free throws:FARM 20-29, CENT 18-25.

Three-point goals:FARM 1, CENT 3.


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