The Faribault Falcon girls soccer and boys soccer games ended in 2-2 overtime ties Tuesday night. The ladies played at Bahl Field and the guys headed to New Ulm.

In the girls game, head coach Maddie Justin told KDHL she was proud of how her team "dug deep" to find the energy necessary a night after playing an overtime tie game in Mankato. Senior Darian Sammon scored both Falcon goals in the girls contest and sophomore Olivia Williamson was in net.

The Faribault girls are now 1-0-2 after opening the season with a 3-0 win over Cannon Falls.

The Falcons have their conference opener at Rochester Mayo at 8PM Thursday and Justin says the artificial surface is good for her speedy team.

In other girls soccer Tuesday:

Northfield 1, St. Peter 0 (OT)
Mankato East 2, New Prague 1
Lakeville South 4, Rochester Century 0
Albert Lea 11, Worthington 0
Owatonna 4, Byron 2
Minneapolis Washburn 1, Lakeville North 0
Wayzata 7, Farmington 0
Eastview 1, Minnetonka 0
Mounds View 3, Rosemount 2
Burnsville 6, Minneapolis Southwest 1
Edina 1, Prior Lake 0
Stewartville 1, St.Charles/Lewiston-Altura 1 (OT)
Waseca 3, Mound Westonka 3 (OT)
Rochester Lourdes 3, LaCrescent 2
Fairmont Area 8, Mankato Loyola 3

_____________________________________

The Faribault Falcon boys soccer team traveled to New Ulm and came home after a 2-2 overtime tie. The Falcons are now 2-0-1 on the season and host Rochester Mayo in their Big Nine Conference opener at 7PM Thursday.

Here are other area boys soccer scores:

Prairie Seeds Academy 2, Northfield 1
Byron 1, Cannon Falls 0
Rochester Mayo 2, Lakeville South 1 (OT)
Lakeville North 4, Rochester Century 0
Rochester Lourdes 3, Mankato East 2
Lake City 5, Kasson-Mantorville 4
Farmington 6, Rochester John Marshall 2
Worthington 2, Albert Lea 1
Stewartville 3, St. Charles 0
Waseca 2, Mound Westonka 2 (OT)
Eastview 0, Roseville 0 (OT)
Cretin-Derham Hall 3, Burnsville 0
Apple Valley 2, Richfield 1

Bahl Field Faribault at Night. Photo by Gordy Kosfeld
#7 Elizabeth Sauer of Faribault Awaits Kick against New Ulm. Photo by Gordy Kosfeld