Fluco Sports

Flucos scrimmage against Spotswood.During the past week, Fluco football coach Jason Barnett put his 2012 team through its practice paces in 90+ weather at the new Fluvanna County High School football stadium field. The team is preparing for a tough schedule that includes some outstanding non-conference opponents, and the familiar and often difficult Jefferson District line-up, Despite this tough schedule, and the fact that the Flucos were only 2-8 last year, Coach Barnett is emphasizing to this years’ squad that now is the time for the team to step-up, and make some forward steps in the progress of the Fluco football program.

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The Fluvanna County High School golf team hosted its Jefferson District rivals in a mini-match played on Aug. 9 at the Lake Monticello golf course. The Flucos are a young team with one senior, four juniors and a sophomore in the top six players. Unfortunately, the Flucos did not excel in the mini-match.

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The Flucos scored a touchdown in the second quarter

The Fluco football team looked solid in its final test before the home opener, which will be on Friday (Aug. 24) against Prince Edward County.

Relying on a big play early, and a touchdown off a turnover, the Flucos topped the Spotswood High School Trailblazers on Friday (Aug. 17) by a 14-2 score.

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Flucos warm up on their new field.Fluvanna County will open its new high school this week. The Flying Fluco sports teams will be taking to the field or the court this year in substantially upgraded facilities. The Fluco football team will be the first squad to break in the school’s twenty first century sports venues.

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The Fluvanna Flucos held their first football practice on the field at the new high school on Monday (July 30).The Fluvanna Flucos’ football team practiced for the first time on its new, artificial turf field Monday (July 30). This isn’t your father’s artificial turf – remember the fake grass outdoor carpet over plywood?

This turf is thick, plush and even has little bits of “dirt” (loose, black pieces of rubbery stuff, technically) that pop up when the guys run or the ball bounces. And there isn’t the hollow feeling of running on loose fiber board. It’s solid. No special turf shoes needed, it’s so grass-like. Add a comment

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