Fluco Sports

Instructions to the squad. The Flying Fluco football team under Coach Steve Szarmach is looking for a strong start this season.
The team’s first game is Friday (Aug. 26) when they will travel to Loudon County to take on Freedom-South Riding High School. The team’s home opener is on the Friday of Labor Day weekend (Sept. 2), when Spotsylvania High comes to Fluvanna. Last season the Flucos suffered through a winless season, but they lost to these two teams by one point each. Accordingly, they are looking to turn those two losses around and get off to a winning start. A special pre-game barbecue tailgate is planned in the parking lot for the home opener.

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Flucos practice golfIt was only the second day of school, but it was the second event of the season for the Fluco golf team. On Aug. 10 the golfers under Coach Bryan Searcy traveled to the Old Trail course in Crozet for a Jefferson District match. Old Trail is the home course of the Western Albemarle team. After a lot of rain, the golfers were happy to have near perfect conditions for this competition.
The Old Trail course, played from the regular men’s white tees, is slightly friendlier than the Lake Monticello course the Flucos call home.  The Old Trail course has a rating of 69.9/125 slope, while the Lake Monticello course is 71.0/131 slope. Nonetheless, the Flucos had some problems navigating the Old Trail course, which is flatter than would be expected for a course so close to the mountains. The team finished seventh in an eight-team field.

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Logan GibsonThe Flying Flucos’ baseball team ended regular season play on Wednesday, May 18, with senior Logan Gibson throwing a masterful no–hitter against the Charlottesville Black Knights. Gibson struck out 13 and walked three in this seven–inning contest. The only ball hit by Charlottesville that had a chance of being a hit came so early in the game that its significance was not recognized at the time. Add a comment

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Coach Jason DavisScott Morris, Fluvanna County High School’s athletic director, announced Tuesday, May 17, that Jason Davis has been named the head boys’ basketball coach, according to a press release.

Davis will replace Munro Rateau, who announced his retirement in March after 35 years at the helm.

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Fluvanna basketball coach to retire

Coach Munro Rateau will retire from coaching the boys’ basketball team at Fluvanna County High School, after 40 years of service with Fluvanna County public schools, according to a press release.

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