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Athletics - Go BlueJackets!

At Farragut we believe in producing well-rounded individuals. Students who are involved in athletics learn to manage their time, continue to stay active, and also create bonds far beyond the classroom. Our BlueJackets like to win, but more than that, they just love to compete. Our coaches, players and parent spectators all place great value in good sportsmanship. Win or lose, we will do it with dignity and honor.

* We are so proud of the 7 members of the Class of 2014 who signed to play collegiate athletics in football and softball at colleges and universities such as Indiana University, Florida International University, Seminole State College, Clark University, Ave Marie University, and Fairmont State.

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The tournament, a team vs. team bracketed tournament, is hosted annually at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney World. Commonly referred to as "The Disney Duals" the tournament attracts club wrestling teams and competitors of the highest caliber from all across the country.
We would like to invite parents and student-athletes to Physical Night on Thursday, July 30th at 6:00pm on campus in the Huntley Gymnasium. This is a great opportunity for all of our student-athletes in grades 6-12 to have access to a free and thorough physical examination by Dr. Thomas and Dr. Mularoni.
Brittany McGee '15 and Katie Barnett '17 compete in the Championship Division at the New Balance National Outdoor Track & Field Championships; Coach Barnhill named Coach of the Year for Boys and Girls Track by the Tampa Bay Times; Incoming senior Craig Watts, who is ranked as the No. 16 safety in 247Sports' high school football rankings, made a verbal commitment to the University of Wisconsin.
The 6-10 forward played in 79 games during the regular season in which the Warriors were a league-best 67-15. Speights, 27, averaged 6.4 points and 3.7 rebounds per game while playing 12.5 minutes per contest.
"Alex is soft-spoken but he is loud and clear when it comes to his running," said Farragut track coach Phil Barnhill, who was named as the Times' Coach of the Year. "We didn't know what to expect from him, but he worked hard and really improved throughout the season. He has a bright future."


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Admiral Farragut Academy is a private, college prep, day and boarding school located in St. Petersburg, FL serving grades PreK thru 12th grade.

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