Farmington Tigers got a shut out against St. Paul Highland - Central Scots

The Farmington Tigers picked up a decisive home win against the St. Paul Highland - Central Scots. The game ended in a shutout, 5-0.

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The Farmington Tigers picked up a decisive home win against the St. Paul Highland - Central Scots. The game ended in a shutout, 5-0.

The Tigers took the lead late in the first period, with a goal from Jacob Miller. Kyler Schwamb and Luke Coolidge assisted.

The Tigers' Matthew Allard increased the lead to 2-0 late into the first, assisted by Dylan Wolf.

Cade Fitzloff scored halfway through the second period, assisted by Luke Rice.

The Tigers made it 4-0 with a goal from Luke Coolidge.

The Tigers increased the lead to 5-0, after only 57 seconds into the third period when Kyler Schwamb beat the goalie. That left the final score at 5-0.

Next games:

The Scots play against Bloomington Kennedy on Wednesday at 7 p.m. CST at Schmitz-Maki Arena. The Tigers will face Hastings on Tuesday at 7 p.m. CST at Charles M. Schulz Highland Arena.