Hope everyone is enjoying their time during the Dead Period! With that in mind, it’s important to remember that there are some special dates to keep in mind when the boys return to workouts in July. The Admirals have scheduled dates to throw 7-on-7 with some high-quality competition within the area. Be sure to refer to the Calendar to keep up with the Admirals during this busy time of the summer!
After a competitive and productive spring practice period, the Admirals took some days off to work on their academics and to study for finals. Once the spring semester concluded the Admirals took to the weight room to begin the summer training routine. The summer training sessions have been one of the key foundations to the success of Farragut Football for many years. This year appears to be no exception. In addition to the start of summer, the welcoming of the upcoming freshmen class into the program has been a great transition for the athletes. The upperclassmen have already done a tremendous job of bringing the new players up to speed on what it takes to be a Farragut Football player. While June has already been a busy time for the players and coaches with workouts, camps, etc…, the schedule only picks up from here. After the dead period (June 23-July 6), the Admirals will continue summer training in addition to scheduled 7-on-7 scrimmages with several area schools. It’s an exciting time to be a part of Farragut Football so be sure to check back regularly for more updates in the coming weeks!! Go Admirals! #AlwaysAttack
With three weeks left in the off-season weight program, the Admirals are looking to finish up strong and are gearing up for spring practice, which begins May 1st. The Admirals have made tremendous strides in the strength and conditioning program since starting back in January. Look for a stronger, faster, and more explosive team in 2014.
When the Admirals put on the pads in a few weeks, it will be the first opportunity that many new faces will get to compete for starting and reserve roles for this upcoming fall. The Admirals will have ten practices dates that include a scrimmage with District 3-AAA Co-champion Campbell County on Friday, May 9th at FHS. Practice will culminate in the annual Blue-Grey game the following weekend. All players, coaches, and fans look forward to a tough, competitive spring session.
Next Season Starts Now! Begin your preparation for your 2014 Combine and Competitions with ReceiverTech Skills Training.
Farragut High School will be hosting the ReceiverTech Skills Training presented by Scott Collie on Monday, June 9, 2014 from 10:00am – 4:30pm. The ReceiverTech Skills Training is open to athletes from 7th Grade – 12th Grade. Space is limited to 30 Athletes.
Early Registration is $155.00 per player thru June 2, 2014. Registration Fees will increase to $189.00 beginning June 3, 2014.
Dave Kirkendall and Coach Courtney have worked very hard to secure this date for the training of our athletes. If you have any questions regarding the program, please contact Dave at email@example.com. You can also go to the ReceiverTech website: www.ReceiverTech.com or call Scott Collie at 888-972-6554.
Two Admiral seniors have spent months planning their college careers since hanging up their pads. On Wednesday, February 5, seniors Bryan Phillips and Billy Williams officially signed their National Letters of Intent to Southern Virginia University and University of Northern Iowa , respectively.
Son of Ken and Kim Phillips, Bryan pass for 1471 yards and 18 TDs on 172 attempts his senior season. He added 255 yards rushing and 3 TDs on 68 rushes. For his career he finished 3rd all-time in school history for passing yards(3538) and touchdowns(41). Selected to the 2013 All-District 4-6A Team. Click here for signing day interview.
Son of Yolanda Sanders and Billy Williams Sr, Billy caught 23 passes for 396 yards and 8 TDs on 2013. He added 83 yards rushing and 3 TDs on 17 attempts. He also returned a kickoff 99 yards for a TD against rival Bearden. Throughout his three season at the varsity level, Billy was one of the most productive TEs in school history. He was selected to the 2013 All-District 4-6A Team and named District TE of The Year. He was selected to the KNS All-PrepXtra Team, along with being selected to play in the 2013 Toyota East-West All-Star Game. Click here for signing day interview.
We are currently verifying the cost for the 2014 Season Ticket Sales. We will update Website as details are made available.
Lots of planning has gone into upgrading the facilities and we’re starting to see to major projects come to life.
We’re also excited to announce that the new turf practice field is complete! Construction started mid June and wrapped up just before practice two-a-days began. The field was installed by Play-Rite Sports Surfaces.
Congratulations to Coach Courtney and the Booster Club for working to make this dream come true.