Dulles High head football coach Oschlor Flemming has decided to leave the Vikings after two seasons.
The former Texas A&M running back has accepted the position of starting the new football program at Lamar CISD’s Fulshear High, which is scheduled to open this summer.
Flemming succeeded the legendary Jim Creech last year, and the Vikings endured an 0-10 season with several sophomores starting in the lineup.
Dulles snapped a 13-game losing streak when it defeated Houston North Forest in August and went on to finish 5-5, missing the playoffs after losing to Travis in the regular season finale.
Before he arrived at Dulles, the Denton native was the offensive coordinator at Guyer High in his hometown – where he was on a staff that won a state championship in 2013.
Although Fulshear High opens this summer, they won’t begin playing varsity football until 2018.
Dulles, which will have its third head coach in four seasons, hasn’t named Flemming’s successor yet.