County Sports

The Lake Monticello Sharks kicked off the swim season with an unscored meet against the Lousia Gators on June 15.

This was an out-of-division matchup as the Sharks secured a move into Division II after last season. The first official, scored, Division II meet for the Sharks came on Wednesday, June 22, when they hosted the Hollymead Hammerheads. Unfortunately, it was an abbreviated meet as lightning in the area cut the evening short.

 

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The Lake Monticello Sharks swim team opened its 2016 season on Wednesday, June 15, by hosting an unscored meet with the Louisa Gators swim team. The opening meet of the season is always unscored to allow new and young swimmers to get a taste of competition without the pressure to score points for their team.  The Sharks are coached again this year by Carly Csapo. She is assisted again by Maria Arroyo, Sito Arroyo and Alexis Goodwin. Csapo said that the Sharks have almost 160 swimmers this season, their largest contingent of competitors ever. They are moving up this year to swim in Division II of the Jefferson Swim League.

 

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Six teams qualified for the shoot-out that determined the champion of the Lake Monticello men’s Member Guest golf tournament. The tournament has six, six-team flights. The team from each flight with the top total score on gross and net points qualified for the shoot-out.

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Tom Boisvert plays in the 40th Faulconer Invitational It was a wet, raw weekend, not ideal weather for golf. Lake Monticello PGA Golf Pro Mark Marshall watched the radar and juggled tee times. Course Superintendent Jim Prucnal and his crew did yeoman’s work to keep the Lake Monticello course playable. The contestants played under threatening and overcast skies, and through some real rain and a lot of drizzle. In the end, the 40th Faulconer Invitational was completed on May 21 and 22, as scheduled, with no playing delays.
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Hackenberg picked in second round NFL draft

Christian Hackenberg who started at  quarterback at Penn State for the past three years, has been selected in the second round of the NFL draft (pick number 51) by the New York Jets.

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Scrimmage Play: Fluvanna County Headlines

Scrimmage Play CVA