Entering the first week of district competition, the Farmersville girls soccer team had the momentum necessary to make an early season run.
Winners of six straight contests, including a shootout victory over Community, the Lady Farmers had proven they can put in quality performances against similar 4A opponents. They would need that energy in its first two district contests, hosting Caddo Mills Jan. 27, before facing Quinlan Ford at home Jan. 30.
In the first contest of the weekend, the Lady Farmers played a strong Caddo Mills team that entered the district with a 9-1-1 record. After remaining tied through the first half, Farmersville was unable to find a way onto the scoreboard, losing to the Lady Foxes 2-0. Both of Caddo Mills’ goals were scored in the second half.
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By Jackson King • [email protected]