Louisa coach a stickler for success

Lions coach Mark Fischer said he is hoping to see the stickers all around the county when he officially moves back to Louisa in July.

Lions coach Mark Fischer said he is hoping to see the stickers all around the county when he officially moves back to Louisa in July.

Returning football coach has said he plans on bringing the roar back to The Jungle.

He’s also trying to bring a healthy dosage of pride into the town as well.

Fischer and other members of the Louisa Lions football team will be selling stickers featuring the words “Lion Life,” or “Louisa Life.” Fischer first started selling stickers to garner team support when he took the job at St. James in Murrells Inlet in 2011.

“This is something that we had a lot of success with down here,” Fischer said. “It helped us out quite a bit.”

The stickers come in a variety of arrangements and colors. They cost $10 each. A local neighbor of Fischer’s produces them, and in recent trips to Louisa, Fischer has dropped loads off at Lousia County High School.

To read the entire story, see the March 20 edition of The Central Virginian.

By tcvnews
Posted on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at 9:00 am