Our Volleyball Senior

Olivia Tatum, Sports News Reporter
October 21, 2014

  Peyton Parker is the only senior varsity volleyball player at Flomaton High School. She is the daughter of Michael and Veronica Parker. Peyton has attended Flomaton since she was six years old in kindergarten. Peyton is a great student both academically and athletically. She is ranked number one... Read more »

Play Off Bound

Olivia Tatum, Sports News Reporter
October 21, 2014

  The hopes and dreams of playoffs in Flomaton, Alabama were made into reality last Friday night. The Hurricanes had to play the St. Luke’s Wildcats last Friday to make the playoffs and losing was not an option. The Hurricanes played the Wildcats Friday night at Flomaton to decide playoffs. To... Read more »

Upset of the Year

Olivia Tatum, Sports News Reporter
October 16, 2014

The Hurricanes walked into school Friday with a chip on their shoulder. That Thursday night on the Coach Talk Show everyone seemed to be pulling for the Mobile Christian Leopards. Little did they know History was going to be made that Friday night in maybe the greatest upset in Flomaton High School history. The... Read more »

Dig Pink Volleyball Game

Olivia Tatum, Sports News Reporter
October 15, 2014

  The Lady Canes Volleyball team hosted their annual dig pink game on October 14, 2014. The junior varsity and the varsity both played Tuesday against the W.S Neal Eagles. The girls had a goal to raise $1,500 for breast cancer awareness, but the girls were able to raise $2,000. Both volleyball teams... Read more »

Keeping the Play-Off Dreams Alive

Olivia Tatum, Sports News Reporter
October 10, 2014

  The Flomaton High School Football team is keeping the playoff dreams alive by beating Choctaw County last Friday. The Flomaton Football team is 5-2 this season, and is playing on losing no more. The Canes lost first against Washington County Bulldogs they are the number one ranked team in the... Read more »

The Life of A FHS Varsity Cheerleader

Olivia Tatum, Sports News Reporter
September 29, 2014

  Beside the pom poms, big bows, and peppy attitude being a cheerleader is not all it’s cracked up to be. The life of a varsity cheerleader comes with stress, publicity, and unwanted tiredness. We are varsity cheerleader’s all fifteen of us from bow to toe. THE PEP RALLY-   What a lot of people... Read more »

Outdoing the Competition

Olivia Tatum, Sports News Reporter
September 26, 2014

The Flomaton Varsity football team pulled out a win last Friday against the Southern Choctaw Indians. The win is one that fans will never forget. “It was very intense”, Paige Findley, a junior at Flomaton High School stated. As a varsity cheerleader for the Hurricanes I have a different perspective... Read more »

Cash fallen to Injury

Olivia Tatum, Sports News Reporter
September 19, 2014

             Andrew Cash, 5’11 junior, at Flomaton High School has recently announced his injury to his right hand playing against Washington County last Friday. Cash appeared injured late into the game last Friday, but he continued the rest of the game making some really great plays.... Read more »

Mini Cheer Clinic

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Olivia Tatum, Sports News Reporter
September 12, 2014

  On September 3 and September 4, the Varsity Cheerleaders hosted a Mini Cheer Clinic for grades Kindergarten through 6th grade. Forty girls came out for the clinic, one girl even traveled from Molino to participate, but many came from Flomaton Elementary and Pollard McCall. The participants of... Read more »

All-State Star Fall to Injury

Olivia Tatum, Sports News Reporter
September 5, 2014

This coming Friday Flomaton plays Washington County, which defense is ranked #2 in 2A football in Alabama. As you watch Friday you might notice that someone is missing. Cade Vickery, No. 55 offensive lineman, is currently out for the moment. Cade received a devastating blow playing the Jay Royals last... Read more »

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