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Farmington Softball Preview

(Farmington) Two years ago Bryan Wallen guided the Central Rebels softball team all the way to the spring state title game. This year is he’s looking to help lift the Farmington softball program above .500. Wallen wanted to continue coaching softball, but also wanted to be able to watch his daughter, Kimmy, play for the SEMO Redhawks. SEMO and Central play in the spring, while Farmington plays in the fall. And so, Wallen continues to teach at the Central school district, but took over the Farmington softball team…

Despite going 10-10 last year, Wallen says the Knights were loaded with talented youth…

Success in softball most often starts in the circle and Wallen feels good about his pitching staff…

Wallen says the strength of the team is its depth. He anticipates position battles to continue well into the season.
Wallen tells us that his keys to winning are buried deep within the details…

Wallen says he thinks he’ll get offensive contributions up and down the lineup…

Farmington starts the season Friday at home against Seckman.

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