Faulkner Inducted Into FHSAA Hall of Fame

Education

SRQ DAILY MONDAY BUSINESS EDITION MONDAY OCT 8, 2018

Venice High School has announced that its longtime baseball coach, Craig Faulkner, has been inducted into the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) Hall of Fame. Coach Faulkner is the second coach from Venice High School to be inducted into the FHSAA Hall of Fame, the first being Coach Brian Wheatley. The FHSAA Hall of Fame was founded in 1991 to recognize and preserve the heritage of high school athletics in Florida. The origination aims to keep the tradition and spirit of high school athletics alive, and honors those who have excelled in one or more high school athletic programs. Coach Faulkner is a five-time state championship baseball coach who has won more than 400 games, including 15 20-win seasons. Starting in 2012, he helped Venice High School become the first FHSAA public school in 60 years to make five consecutive trips to the State Final Four. In 23 years of coaching, he has never been ejected from a game and is highly regarded by student athletes and the Venice High School administration and coaching staff.

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