Former Texas A&M running back and head football coach at Dulles High School, Oschlor Flemming has decided to leave the Vikings team after two seasons. Instead, Flemming has decided to accept the position of starting Fulshear High’s football program.
He leaves behind a history of very respective football programs. Before Dulles, Flemming coached at Guyer High in his hometown, where they won a state championship in 2013. He was able to help start the Guyer program from scratch and turn them into a state powerhouse. Flemming is likely to do the same thing for Fulshear, or so we hope.
Although Fulshear High should be opening next summer, students will not begin varsity football until 2018.