In only the second full season in program history, the Farmington Men's Soccer team won an unprecedented AAAA State title with a win over Clarksville in the state finals hosted by Benton High School last week. Coach Josh Fonville, who took the program over midway through the 21-22 school year, led the cardinals past three #1 seeds on their way to the state title. In the state tournament they defeated Wynne, Pulaski Academy, and DeQueen before defeating Clarksville in the final match. The cardinals had finished runner-up to Clarksville in both the conference regular season and the conference tournament. Coach Fonville's troops finished the season with a 13-2-3 record. He was assisted by Brian Dean and Mark Rogers.
With the success of the team, many athletes earned individual post-season honors. Senior Mateo Carbonel was named all-state, AAAA all-state tournament team, all-conference, and will represent the west in the AHSCA All Star Game in June. Jorge Cervantes was chosen all-state, AAAA all-state tournament team, and all-conference. Senior's Steven Gomez and Ettore Bocchi were both named to the AAAA all-state tournament team and all-conference; with Gomez being named state tournament MVP. Caleb Blakely, Justin Logue, Maddox Sawin, Drew White, and Luis Zavala were all named all-conference as well.