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Coach March Fischer focuses on one game at a time. This week the focus is on the Fluvanna Flucos, who have upset Louisa two years in a row.

Louisa Lions focused on Fluvanna Flucos, listen live

Posted on October 17, 2014 at 4:35 pm

A live stream of the game between the Charlottesville Black Knights at Louisa will begin at approximately 7:15 p.m., kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.  Sponsors making the live stream possible include: Dockside Realty, Tractor Hill Equipment/Pro Hardware, Custom Designs & Embroidery & Print Wear, Lake Anna Winery, Libby Sandridge of Dockside Realty and Brown Jeep/Chrysler/Dodge, Rt. 29 N, Charlottesville. To listen to the game live, click here.   In the 2012

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  • Havoc at Homecoming: Lions trounce unbeaten Warriors

    Posted on October 16, 2014 at 12:07 pm

    Despite the wet conditions, Trey Cherry and the rest of the Lions had a field day on Friday night. Cherry finished the night with 85 of the team’s 373 rushing yards. In total, seven different Lions scored in the team’s dominant win over Western Albemarle.

    The Western Albemarle Warriors entered Homecoming Night at The Jungle with a spotless 5-0 record on Friday, Oct. 10. Hours later, that mark looked as ragged as the team’s mud-and-grass stained jerseys. Behind a seemingly unstoppable offense and suffocating defense, the Lions trounced the Warriors 56-26 on Friday night in a lopsided contest that saw seven different Louisa players register a touchdown. “We just kept on working,” head coach Mark

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  • Homecoming game preview, listen live

    Posted on October 9, 2014 at 3:00 pm

    Welcome to our 2014 LCHS Homecoming tab! Over the next few pages, we’ve tried to include all the details you’ll  need to have a successful, fun time over the next few days! Included is the preview for Friday night’s game versus Western Albemarle, id a schedule of events, and of course, pictures and biographies of the entire 2014 Homecoming Court! Flip through the pages, take some notes, and most importantly, come out and support the Lions on Friday night!

      A live stream of the game between the Charlottesville Black Knights at Louisa will begin at approximately 7:15 p.m., kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.  Sponsors making the live stream possible include: Dockside Realty, Tractor Hill Equipment/Pro Hardware, Custom Designs & Embroidery & Print Wear, Lake Anna Winery, Libby Sandridge of Dockside Realty and Brown Jeep/Chrysler/Dodge, Rt. 29 N, Charlottesville. To listen to the game live, click here.   Friday nights

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  • Powhatan’s power too much for Louisa

    Posted on October 9, 2014 at 9:00 am

    Quarterback Trey Cherry’s 20-yard touchdown run on the team’s first drive of the game was Louisa’s only points on the night.

    A game that began with such promise ended in bitter disappointment for the Louisa Lions football team on Friday night. After allowing a 61-yard drive for a touchdown to start the game, the Powhatan Indians (5-1) buckled down and put up 28 unanswered points en route to a 28-6 victory over the visiting Lions (3-2). “That’s as good a quality football team as you’ll see,” Louisa head coach Mark Fischer

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  • Louisa triathlon a success

    Posted on October 8, 2014 at 9:00 am

    The 10th annual triathlon saw more than 1,200 participants in the final two races this past weekend.

    More than 1,200 athletes took part in the final two races of the Virginia Triathlon Series at Lake Anna on Saturday and Sunday. The series, now in its tenth year of holding races at Lake Anna State Park, took competitors through a grueling swim in Lake Anna, and then a bike and foot race through the park. “I’ve been doing this for 10 years now,” race director Greg Hawkins said.

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  • Local starting pickleball clinic

    Posted on October 7, 2014 at 9:00 am

    You may have already heard of pickleball, the game that resembles a combination of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. It’s also the fastest growing sport in America. Regardless, Louisa resident Annette Hayes isn’t taking any chances. “I want to promote this sport,” Hayes said. And promoting she is. It was Hayes who brought the sport to the county, creating a group that plays three times a week at the Betty J.

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  • Louisa falls to Orange in field hockey

    Posted on October 6, 2014 at 9:00 am

    Despite losing to Orange, the Lions kept play near midfield for a majority of the contest.

    It may have been a 2-0 loss to arch-rival Orange, but the Louisa field hockey team showed serious signs of life – and potential – during their matchup versus the Hornets on Friday. The two-goal defeat was by far Louisa’s smallest defeat of the season to a district opponent, the previous mark being six. The Lady Lions also showed a scrappy mentality that head coach Meredith Williamson has been looking

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  • Lions look down the road to warpath

    Posted on October 3, 2014 at 3:00 pm

    Louisa offensive line coach Rusty Webb has his boys eyeing an upset heading into their showdown versus 4-1 Powhatan on Friday night. The game may be one of the team’s toughest of the season. The two teams kick off at Powhatan on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

    A live stream of the game between the Charlottesville Black Knights at Louisa will begin at approximately 7:15 p.m., kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.  Sponsors making the live stream possible include: Dockside Realty, Tractor Hill Equipment/Pro Hardware, Custom Designs & Embroidery & Print Wear, Lake Anna Winery, Libby Sandridge of Dockside Realty and Brown Jeep/Chrysler/Dodge, Rt. 29 N, Charlottesville. To listen to the game live, click here.   At practice on

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  • Louisa runs down the Black Knights

    Posted on October 2, 2014 at 9:00 am

    Amid a sea of people, Louisa quarterback Trey Cherry found himself in the end zone for one of his three touchdowns on Friday night. Cherry finished with a game-high 179 rushing yards.

    At halftime on Friday night, the Louisa Lions had five possessions to their name and just six points to show for it. Meanwhile, visiting Charlottesville had chugged along for 14 points. Three hours and one presumably rousing halftime speech later, the Lions left the field  with a 28-14 victory, turning the game’s tide thanks to a more precise offense and disciplined defense in the second half. “I told the kids

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