The Lone Peak High girls soccer team celebrates scoring their second goal against Farmington High School in Farmington on Thursday, Aug. 4, 2022. Lone Peak won 3-0.

Ben B. Braun, Deseret News

For the Lone Peak Knights on Thursday afternoon, the best defense was a good offense.

Lone Peak girls’ soccer moved to 2-0 on the season with a hard-fought win on the road, outlasting the Farmington Phoenix to pull away in the second half with a 3-0 victory in nonregion play. Farmington fell to 1-1.

The score was 1-0 Lone Peak at the half thanks to some impressive defense by Farmington, led by a stellar effort from junior goalkeeper Emmy McKeon, who had nearly a dozen deflections and saves throughout the game.

“It was a good tough game,” Lone Peak coach Shantell Jolley said. “We knew coming up here, it was gonna be close, it was gonna be a challenge both ways. We know these northern team are always a good tough game for us.”

Despite Farmington’s stalwartness on their own side of the field, the Phoenix struggled to get offensive looks by maneuvering past the young and pesky Lone Peak forwards, who were well-supported by the Knights’ experienced back line.

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