Bralley named boys’ basketball coach

Press release

Fluvanna County High School athletics and administration is pleased to announce the selection of Heath Bralley as boys’ basketball head coach.

Bralley has risen through the ranks of high school basketball coaching as a junior varsity assistant coach and a junior varsity head coach. Most recently, he served on the Fluco basketball staff as the top varsity assistant working in all aspects of the program with an emphasis on scouting opponents and game planning.

Originally from Max Meadows, Va., Bralley played high school basketball at Fort Chiswell and then matriculated at Emory & Henry College to study physical education and play basketball. After his playing days as a Wasp, Bralley served as a student assistant coach in their men’s basketball program. Bralley was on staff under legendary coach Robert J. “Bob” Johnson, where he worked on practice planning, game preparation, game review and recruiting.

The committee selected Bralley to lead the Flying Flucos boys’ basketball program due to his experience coaching basketball at various levels and his knowledge of the program, community and student-athletes.

Bralley’s teams will hang their hats on hard work, he said. His teams will work on skill development while playing with freedom and excitement. A direct emphasis will involve teaching players how to play, not just run a play.

“I am humbled to be a part of a program with such a great tradition, and I look forward to upholding that tradition,” Bralley said.

“He is dedicated to our athletes and has persistently shown his commitment,” said high school Principal Margo Bruce. “He has been with our program for years and has never wavered through the highs or the lows. He is with the players before and after school, opening the gym and the weight room, and pushes for this program at all times.”

Athletic Director Scott Morris agreed, saying, Bralley’s “passion for basketball and tireless work ethic for the student-athletes is always on display.”

Bralley teaches health, physical education and driver’s ed at Fluvanna County High School. He has worked in education for 17 years, all in Fluvanna County, and has been a coach for 12 years. Bralley and his wife, Neille, live in Fluvanna with their two children.

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