Fillmore Condor Cross Country Team pictured at the USATF Jr. Olympic Cross Country National Championships Saturday, December 9th . (l-r) (top row) Lindsey Ramirez, Diego Rodriguez, Leah Barragan, Niza Laureano, Jordyn Walla, (bottom row) Ayden Marquez, Santiago Felix, Genevieve Abbitt, Paola Estrada, Emily Arriaga, Carolina Garcia and Abel Arana. Photo Courtesy Erika Arana.
Fillmore Condor Cross Country Team pictured at the USATF Jr. Olympic Cross Country National Championships Saturday, December 9th . (l-r) (top row) Lindsey Ramirez, Diego Rodriguez, Leah Barragan, Niza Laureano, Jordyn Walla, (bottom row) Ayden Marquez, Santiago Felix, Genevieve Abbitt, Paola Estrada, Emily Arriaga, Carolina Garcia and Abel Arana. Photo Courtesy Erika Arana.
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(l-r) Paola Estrada, Ayden Marquez and Niza Lauerano who were named All American Athletes at the USATF Jr. Olympic Cross Country National Championships. Photo Courtesy Erika Arana.
(l-r) Paola Estrada, Ayden Marquez and Niza Lauerano who were named All American Athletes at the USATF Jr. Olympic Cross Country National Championships. Photo Courtesy Erika Arana.
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Submitted by Erika Arana

The Fillmore Condors Cross Country team concluded their 2017 season by participating in the USA Track and Field Junior Olympics National Cross Country Championships on Saturday, December 9th. Fillmore Condors Cross Country is a non-profit organization under Heritage Valley Blazers Inc. Twelve local athletes from Fillmore and Santa Paula ranging in ages 7-14 traveled across the country to the rare cold winter 40 degree temperatures of Tallahassee, Florida to compete at the 100+ acres known as the premiere cross country facility at Apalachee Regional Park. This multi-use park includes one of the nation’s few sites designed specifically for cross country running. The pristine trail features numerous course/distance options through the rolling hills, lowlands and pine forests. The trail was designed to give runners the opportunity to run on several types of surfaces.

The athletes qualified for the event by finishing in the top eight of the Valley Youth Conference and finishing in the top 30 individually or being a member of the top three teams of the USATF Jr. Olympics Region 15 Championship race, that was held on November 19th in Central Park, Santa Clarita. The Condors joined other area runners to form Valley United Striders. Condor representatives were Genevieve Abbitt, Abel Arana, Emily Arriaga, Leah Barragan, Paola Estrada, Santiago Felix, Carolina Garcia, Niza Laureano, Ayden Marquez, Lindsey Ramirez, Diego Rodriguez and Jordyn Walla.

The team’s highest honors this season were won by Paola Estrada, who earned a second place 7:49.7 finish and title of “USATF Jr. Olympic All American” in the National Championship which included 198 runners in her division. She was Valley Youth Conference Champion and Valley United Striders number one runner for her team and earned a 1st place team championship along with her teammates Genevieve Abbitt and Emily Arriaga. The girls 8 & under divisions ran 1.24 mile (2,000 meter) race.

First time runner, Ayden Marquez was Valley United Striders number 2 runner to cross the finish line with a 7:57.5, 23rd place finish and title of “USATF Jr. Olympic All American in the National Championship which included 239 runners in his division. Together with his teammates, Abel Arana and Santiago Felix, they earned a 3rd place team finish, only one point short of 2nd place. The boys 8 & under division ran 1.24 mile (2,000 meter) race.

Niza Laureano who was the girls 9 & 10 years old Valley Youth Conference Champion, crossed the finish line in 10th place with a time of 11:17.6. She earned a 1st place team championship and the title of “USATF Jr. Olympic All American” in the National Championship. Leah Barragan also helped her “B” team snag a 10th place team finish with 302 runners in their 1.86 mile (3,000 meter) race.

In the girls 11 & 12 year old division, both Lindsey Ramirez and Carolina Garcia helped their teammates earn 3rd place team medal in their race of 369 runners. Diego Rodriguez’s boys 11 & 12 year old division race, consisted of 218 runners. All three athletes ran 1.86 mile (3,000 meter) races.

373 runners were in the girls 13 & 14 year old division with Condor alumni, Jordyn Walla. It was the second largest group competing that day, she and her teammates earned 7th place and ran 2.48 mile (4,000 meter) race.

The Condors are coached by Temo Laureano, Philip Ramirez, Israel Estrada, Victor Rodriguez and Jared Perez, who stated, “Every year, we know our athletes will go far. They push themselves daily with one goal in mind and that’s December. We are proud of every single one of them!” The Condors Team President Erika Arana would like to thank the parents for helping daily throughout the season and the following for sponsoring the Condors and making the team’s dreams become reality: Fro-Yo, East County Carnales, El Hair Studio, El Pescador in Fillmore and Heritage Valley Blazers Track & Field.

Fillmore Condor Cross Country Team pictured at the USATF Jr. Olympic Cross Country National Championships Saturday, December 9th left to right top row: Lindsey Ramirez, Diego Rodriguez, Leah Barragan, Niza Laureano, Jordyn Walla Bottom row: Ayden Marquez, Santiago Felix, Genevieve Abbitt, Paola Estrada, Emily Arriaga, Carolina Garcia and Abel Arana. Photo Courtesy Erika Arana, see full story on page 3.

 


 
On Thursday, November 39th Fillmore hosted Alemany high school. JV tied 1-1 with the sole goal coming from Isabella Vaca on a 20 yard shot. Varsity lost 2-0. Fillmore had 10 shots on goal but could not find the back of the net. Pictured above is the Fillmore high school JV girl’s soccer team after there 1-1 tie against Alemany. Photo Courtesy Yazu Meza. Submitted by Coach Omero Martinez.
On Thursday, November 39th Fillmore hosted Alemany high school. JV tied 1-1 with the sole goal coming from Isabella Vaca on a 20 yard shot. Varsity lost 2-0. Fillmore had 10 shots on goal but could not find the back of the net. Pictured above is the Fillmore high school JV girl’s soccer team after there 1-1 tie against Alemany. Photo Courtesy Yazu Meza. Submitted by Coach Omero Martinez.
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Submitted By Coach Mark Blankenship

11/29/17 FHS VS Nordhoff
Final score, FHS 41, Nordhoff 71
The boys couldn’t find a consistent flow and rhythm during the game, ended up losing.
Boys played hard through out the contest, just came up short. Leading for the Flashes: Daniel Gonzales, 9 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steal, Andres Maldonado, 8 points, 4 rebounds, 1 steal, Roy Esquivel, 5 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals, Jake Saviers, 5 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 block, Jaysson Carrilllo, 5 points, 1 steal.

11/30/17 FHS VS Rio Mesa
Final score, FHS 44, Rio Mesa 83
The boys started well, played hard, they were just out matched during the contest. Battled all the way through. Leading for Flashes: Daniel Gonzales, 9 points, 3 rebounds, 1steal, 1 block, Junior Maldonado, 8 points, 2 rebounds, 1 steal, Roy Esquivel, 6 points, 2 rebounds, 1 steal, 2 assists, Ian Morris, 5 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal, Jordan Padilla, 4 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal, 3 assists.

12/1/17 FHS VS Cabrillo (Lompoc)
Final, FHS 26, Cabrillo 89
The boys played their best 1st qtr. of the season, only down 7, played extremely hard and well to start the contest. Eventually giving way to a really balanced and athletic Cabrillo team. Leading for Flashes: Ian Morris, 10 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist, Roy Esquivel, 4 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block, 1 steal, Jake Saviers, 2 points, 2 rebounds, 2 blocks, 1 steal

12/2/17 FHS VS Beasant Hill
Final Score , FHS 65, Beasant Hill 57
The boys started on a high note, and ended on a high note to get their first win of the season.
All the boys played extremely well throughout the contest, battling the whole way to secure the win. Leading for Flashes: Daniel Gonzales, 31 points, 11 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block, 1 steal, Jake Saviers, 16 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals, Roy Esquivel, 7 points, 3 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals, Andres Maldonado, 6 points, 8 rebounds.

FHS Boys Varsity record is 1-4 on the season. Next up on the schedule is The Fillmore Winter Tournament, December 7-9 , at FHS First game is Thursday 12/7 VS Carpinteria at 7:30 pm.

 


 

Submitted by Coach Omero Martinez

Fillmore Girls Soccer hosted Simi Valley high school on Tuesday 11-28-17. Fillmore jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the second half but could not hold the lead. Fillmore ended up tying the game with 9 minutes left against Simi Valley. Lady Flashes Varsity players Andrea Marruffo, and Yareli Vasquez each had a goal. Teammates Valerie Hernandez, Ana Covarrubias, Kayla Martinez, played well for the lady flashes. Dispite playing hard both Frosh & JV fell short against Simi Valley. Next home game will be Thursday, November 30th against Alemany high school JV begins at 3:30pm, Varsity 5:00pm. Come out and Support
your Lady Flashes!

 


 
The Fillmore High School Girls Water Polo Team has grown to 32 athletes this year. Coach Lindsey Cota has used her years as an aquatics coach to elevate the numbers and step up the level of play for this upcoming season.
The Fillmore High School Girls Water Polo Team has grown to 32 athletes this year. Coach Lindsey Cota has used her years as an aquatics coach to elevate the numbers and step up the level of play for this upcoming season.
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Varsity
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Submitted By Coach Mark Blankenship

November 20, 2017 Boys Varity vs Providence Final score FHS 58, Providence 69. The Varsity boys were close throughout the game, only down 6 at halftime, but just couldn’t seem to get the victory. The boys played hard and fought the entire game, just could not seal the deal and win the game. Leading for FHS: Daniel Gonzales, 20 points, 8 rebounds, 2 blocks, 2 steals, 1 assist; Jordan Padilla, 8 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 assist; Junior Maldonado, 6 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals, 1 assist; Jaysson carrillo, 6 points Roy Esquivel, 4 points,5 rebounds, 1 block, 1 steal, 3 assists; Ian Morris, 4 points, 2 rebounds, 2 steals, 4 assists; Gregory Kraft, 4 points, 2 rebounds; Andres Maldonado, 2 points, 2 rebounds; Noah Padilla, 2 points, 2 rebounds; Daniel Munoz, 2 points, 2 rebounds; Jake Saviers, 1 rebound, 1 block, 1 steal, 1 assist.

11/29/17 – 12/02/17
Fillmore will compete at the Nordhoff tournament Schedule is as follows.

11/29/17 7:00pm
Nordhoff VS FHS

11/30/17 7:00pm
FHS VS Rio Mesa

12/1/17 7:00pm
Cabrillo VS FHS

12/2/17 10:30 am
4th place pool A VS B

12/2/17 12:00 PM
3rd place pool A VS B

12/2/17 1:30 pm
2nd place pool A VS B

12/2/17 3:00 Pm
1st place pool A VS B

Flashes JV boys basketball have began their season at a Carpinteria tournament on 11/29/17 – 12/02/17, and the boys Frosh will be away at a Rio Mesa tournament starting 12/01/17.

 

Submitted by Coach Javier

On Monday, Nov. 20, 2017 Fillmore high school boys soccer hosted Moorpark high for a scrimmage. All three levels played Final scores were: Frosh vs Moorpark 1-0, JV vs Moorpark 4-0, Varsity tied with Moorpark 2-2. Fillmore’s goals were shot by Enrique Gutierrez and were assisted by teammate Joe Garza.

On Monday Nov. 27, 2017 Fillmore high visited Royal high school. Final Scores: Frosh vs Royal 4-2, JV vs Royal 3-1, Varsity vs Royal 5-2, all games won by Royal High school. Varsity goals made by Joel Garza.

Upcoming game will be Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017 at Camarillo high school.

 
Kasey Crawford officially signed her letter of intent to continue her education as well as play softball Dixie State University. She has received an athletic scholarship as an outfielder. Congratulations Kasey!
Kasey Crawford officially signed her letter of intent to continue her education as well as play softball Dixie State University. She has received an athletic scholarship as an outfielder. Congratulations Kasey!
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Fillmore High School wrestling room has made some upgrades which seem to be coming along nicely.
Fillmore High School wrestling room has made some upgrades which seem to be coming along nicely.
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Fillmore Flashes girls cross country team huddle together before their race begins.
Fillmore Flashes girls cross country team huddle together before their race begins.
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Flashes boys cross country team as they warm up before their race held in Riverside this past weekend.
Flashes boys cross country team as they warm up before their race held in Riverside this past weekend.
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On Saturday, November 10th the boys and girls cross country teams competed at the CIF Southern Section Division 4 Championships in Riverside California. Both races were run over a relatively flat dusty course, formerly home of the Riverside Golf Course. The team's goals was to qualify for next Saturday’s CIF Finals held on the same course. Two heats competed in each race with 20 teams in the boy’s heat and 23 teams in the girl’s heat. The Flashes goal was to finish among the top 12 teams in their respective race and move on to next week's final.

The first race of the day featured 21 teams and 158 runners. In this race the girls were led by front running Carissa Rodriguez who finished in 7th place in a time of 18:16.6. She was followed by Diana Perez 19th in 19:02, Giselle Perez 72nd in 20:05.6, Vanessa Avila 76th in 20:12.4, Anahi Pascual 87th in 20:38.1, Nicole Gonzalez 92nd in 20:51.8, and Cecilia Cisneros 108th in 21:37.6. In the team competition, the girls finished in 10th place thereby earning a place in Saturday’s CIF Finals Meet.

The second race of the featured 20 teams and 141 runner. This week the team was led by Everardo Garcia Magana who finished in 7th place and posted an excellent time of 15:51.3. He was followed by Michael Sanchez 10th in 16:01.2, Jesse De La Cruz 49th in 16:46.6, Rey Laureano 61st in 17:00.7, Fabian Del Villar 66th in 17:06.8, and Juan Ramirez 74th in 17:18. In the team competition, the boys finished in 7th place earning a space on the starting line for this weekend’s CIF Finals competition.

Both boys and girls cross country teams will return to Riverside on Saturday, November 18 and race in the CIF Division 4 Southern Section Finals. To qualify for and advance to the State Final in Woodward Park in Fresno, on November 25th, they must finish among the top 7 teams in their respective race.

Fillmore Flashes girls gross country team huddle together before their race begins.

Flashes goys cross country team as they warm up before their race held in riverside this past weekend.

 
Constantly applying pressure, California United’s Tori Pina sprints up the field as her teammate Jadon Rodriguez (back left) keeps pace looking for a chance to score. Photo Courtesy of Evelia Hernandez.
Constantly applying pressure, California United’s Tori Pina sprints up the field as her teammate Jadon Rodriguez (back left) keeps pace looking for a chance to score. Photo Courtesy of Evelia Hernandez.
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Marlene Gonzales controls the ball at midfield and led the offense with 2 goals this past weekend against Barcelona. Photo courtesy of Evelia Hernandez.
Marlene Gonzales controls the ball at midfield and led the offense with 2 goals this past weekend against Barcelona. Photo courtesy of Evelia Hernandez.
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(l-r) Oscar Fuentes and Ivan Espino after a great game versus Atlas. Photo by Ivan Espino.
(l-r) Oscar Fuentes and Ivan Espino after a great game versus Atlas. Photo by Ivan Espino.
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Submitted by Coach Tony Hernandez

U-11 Girls – After a hard fought 2-0 win over Barcelona this past weekend, the California United team completed another 10-0-0 regular season and will begin the playoffs this upcoming weekend. Both goals were scored by Marlene Gonzales as the defense once again came through with a big shutout, as Gaby Martinez and Mikayla McKenzie shared time as goalkeepers. This has been a great season so far, but the girls are focused on a shot at the Championship.

U-12 Boys – The California United boys had another close game as they came out on top with a 3-2 victory over Atlas. Leading scorer for the game was Ivan Espino with 2, Oscar Fuentes had 1 goal, while Fernando Pastrana had an assist. Current record 8-0-1.

U-13 Girls – The U-13 girls also had a nail biter of a game that ended in a 2-2 tie versus Barcelona. Emily Garcia and Jennifer Abrego were the goal scorers this weekend with one a piece. Current record 6-2-1.

California United is growing!! The California United family would like to welcome our newest team, a U-10 Girls squad being coached by the husband and wife tandem of David and Nancy Vaca. They have begun their training and the team looks focused to start competing. Welcome!

 
On Friday, November 3rd Fillmore High School Varsity was away at Malibu. Fillmore fell short this week to the Sharks with a final score of 21-20. Fillmore Flashes Football photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
On Friday, November 3rd Fillmore High School Varsity was away at Malibu. Fillmore fell short this week to the Sharks with a final score of 21-20. Fillmore Flashes Football photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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FHS Cross Country’s Jorge Acevedo competing at the Lake Casitas Course in Ojai. Photo courtesy Kim Tafoya.
FHS Cross Country’s Jorge Acevedo competing at the Lake Casitas Course in Ojai. Photo courtesy Kim Tafoya.
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FHS teammates Isabella De La Cruz and Yakeline Magaña as they compete at the third league mini-meet to qualify for CIF
Section Division 4 Prelims. Photo courtesy Kim Tafoya.
FHS teammates Isabella De La Cruz and Yakeline Magaña as they compete at the third league mini-meet to qualify for CIF Section Division 4 Prelims. Photo courtesy Kim Tafoya.
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Cecilia Cisneros. Photo courtesy Kim Tafoya.
Cecilia Cisneros. Photo courtesy Kim Tafoya.
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Submitted by Epi Torres

On Thursday, November 2nd, Fillmore Cross Country Teams competed at the third league mini meet to determine league standings, and which Varsity teams earned their way to compete at CIF Southern Section Division 4 Prelims. The Meet was held on the challenging Lake Casitas Course in Ojai. Eleven boys teams competed and ten girls team were represented.

In the boys junior varsity race Fillmore finished in second place. They were led by Juan Ramirez in 8th place, posting a time of 17:32.13, followed by Rey Andres Laureano 10th in 17:45.05, Jesse De La Cruz 11th in 17:45.7, Davis Flores 17th in 18:01.43, Jesus Castro 18th in 18:06.87, Jesse Martinez 19th in 18:07.51, Matthew Munoz 26th in 18:33.95, Juan Carlos Laureano 29th in 18:39.69, David Bustos 37th in 19:18.25, Mario Hurtado 42nd in 19:24.53, Alexander Recancoj 43rd in 19:28.96, Jorge Acevedo 48th in 19:42.91, Eric Hernandez 51st in19:45.29, Antonio Villalobos 55th in 19:53.42, Alexander Manzo 59th in 20:02.91, Joseph Magdaleno 62nd in 20:15.82, Luis Leon 64th in 20:17.82, Gustavo Valdez 71st in 20:52.71, Daniel Cruz 79th in 21:18.91, and Andres Gonzalez 110th in 25:26.47.

In the boys varsity race Michael Sanchez led his team to a third place finish and a CIF team qualification capturing a 10th place finish in 16:39.29 , he was followed by Everardo Garcia Magana 13th in 16:50.08, Sergio Perez 20th in 17:15.37, Fabian Del Villar 24th in 17:46.83, Jonathan Ordaz 31st in 18:04.05, and Nick Villela 33rd in 18:05.38.

In the girls junior varsity race Allison Recancoj led the girls to a second place team finish by crossing the finish line in 9th in a time of 22:11.84, followed by Ebony Venegas 10th in 22:31.89, Jacqueline Ruiz 14th in 22:53.18, Jacqueline Chavez 15th in 22:53.76, Lorena Izarraras 16th in 22:53.99, Emma Orozco 18th in 23:10.47, Michelle Reyes 24th in 23:48.73, Isabela De La Cruz 25th in 23:49.47, Yakeline Magana 33rd in 24:59.96, Liliana Felix 40th in 25:22.91, Aliyah Heredia 26:20.07, Marisol Ramos 56th in 28:22.72, Emma Ortiz 59th in 29:35.37, and Eva Vieyra 60th in 29:42.48.

In the Varsity girls race Carissa Rodriguez finished in 6th place in 19:19.16, she was followed by Diana Perez 8th in 19:43.4, Vanessa Avila 14th in 20:27.21, Giselle Perez 26th in 21:34.59, Nicole Gonzalez 27th in 21:43.3, Anahi Pascual 28th in 21:43.46, and Cecilia Cisneros 31st in 22:02.12. Carissa was the top individual finisher for the Fillmore teams and the girls varsity captured a qualifying spot into CIF Southern Section Division 4 Prelims as well.

The Boys Varsity and Girls Varsity Cross Country will travel to Riverside, California to compete in the CIF Southern Section Division 4 Prelims on Saturday, November 11th. The races will commence at approximately 7:45 AM.

 
Congratulations to the Blue Tornado Sharks! Top row (l-r) Ryan king, Andrew Razo, Xavier Lara, Mauricio Ocegueda, Diego Tapia. Bottom row (l-r) Nathan Hernandez and Isaac Martinez. The team finished 2nd in the U10 Boys Division — this will qualify the Sharks for league playoffs. Playoffs will take place November 18th and 19th in Camarillo. Good luck boys! Submitted by Coach Omero Martinez.
Congratulations to the Blue Tornado Sharks! Top row (l-r) Ryan king, Andrew Razo, Xavier Lara, Mauricio Ocegueda, Diego Tapia. Bottom row (l-r) Nathan Hernandez and Isaac Martinez. The team finished 2nd in the U10 Boys Division — this will qualify the Sharks for league playoffs. Playoffs will take place November 18th and 19th in Camarillo. Good luck boys! Submitted by Coach Omero Martinez.
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Congratulations to the Fillmore Raiders Senior Youth Football team and Cheerleaders after winning the Gold Coast Youth Football League Championship against the Santa Clarita Warriors. Final score 28-29. Photo courtesy of Crystal Gurrola.
Congratulations to the Fillmore Raiders Senior Youth Football team and Cheerleaders after winning the Gold Coast Youth Football League Championship against the Santa Clarita Warriors. Final score 28-29. Photo courtesy of Crystal Gurrola.
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All Youth Raiders & SoCal Bears Football & Cheer photos courtesy of Crystal Gurrola.
All Youth Raiders & SoCal Bears Football & Cheer photos courtesy of Crystal Gurrola.
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Fillmore Flashes Junior Emma Orozco as she competes in the Ventura County Cross Country Championships.
Fillmore Flashes Junior Emma Orozco as she competes in the Ventura County Cross Country Championships.
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On Friday, 10/27, Fillmore Cross Country teams competed at the Ventura County Cross Country Championships. This meet was held in Ojai on the arduous Lake Casitas Course. There were two distances run, one a short course of 1.9 miles, and a longer 3 mile course.

Running the long course were the JV boys who finished in 10th place in the team competition. They were led by Juan Ramirez 51st in 19;32.5, followed by Antonio Villalobos 55th in 19:40.1, Alex Recancoj 65th in 20:00.6, Mario Hurtado 79th in 20:21.9, Joseph Magdaleno 109th in 21:00.8, Gustavo Valdez 146th in 22:08.6, Daniel Cruz 178th in 23:10.8, Luis Leon 187th in 23:50.8, and Jesus Cadena 202nd in 24:46.1.

The top finishing team for the Flashes was the freshman boy. They were led by the top individual finisher for the Fillmore teams, Fabian Del Villar who finished in 5th place in 10:53.4 and led the team to a third place overall team finish. He was supported by Rey Andres Laureano 16th in 11:15.7, Matthew Munoz 28th in 11:29, Dave Bustos 45th in 11:59.9, and Erick Gutierrez 87th in 12:t8.2.

The sophomore boys did not race a full team in the short race. They were led by Jesus Martinez 19th in 10:57.5, followed by Davis Flores 24th in 11:03.9, Juan Carlos Laureano 35th in 11:21.1, and Andrew Otineru 81st in 12:30,9.

The varsity boys also ran a team of four over the long course . They were led by Everardo Garcia Magana who finished in 40th place in 17:04.6, followed by Michael Sanchez 42nd in 17:07, Sergio Perez 70th in 17:45.1, and Jonathan Ordaz 89th in 18:10.4,

The junior varsity girls finish in 7th place in the team competition. This was the top team finish for the Fillmore girl teams. They were led over the short course by Cecilia Cisneros 16th place in 13:45.6, followed by Allison Recancoj 24th in 13:57.8, Emma Orozco 30th in 14:05.4, Yakeline Magana 73rd in 15:11.3, and Marisol Ramos 191st in 17:4t.3.
The Frosh/Soph girls team finished 10th in the team competition. They were led by Nicole Gonzalez who finished in 16th place in a time of 12:58.3 on the short course. She was followed by Giselle Perez 20th in 13:15.1, Lorena Izarraras 64th in 14:39.2, Isabela De la Cruz 77th in 15:16.5, Liliana Felix 88th in 15:26.3, and Aliyah Heredia 111th in 16:04.3.

The Varsity girls did not run a full squad over the long course. Their three competitors were led by Carissa Rodriguez who posted the fastest time and the highest finish over the long course finishing 9th in 19:00.5. She was followed by Diana Perez 21st in 19:42.8 and Vanessa Avila 54th in 21:23.2.

The Flashes will next compete on 10/5 on this same course. This will be the 3rd TCAA meet this season. This meet will determine 4 Division league champions and the boy and girl Varsity teams that will represent TCAA at the Division 4, Southern Section Prelims Meet on November 10th in Riverside.

 
On Friday, October 27th Fillmore Flashes hosted Carpinteria. This past Friday was Fillmore’s last home game and as tradition goes Fillmore honored their Senior players. They also had a Mother Daughter half-time performance with the Flashes Cheerleaders. Unfortunately, Fillmore was defeated by Carpinteria 56-26. The Flashes JV will play Paramount on Thursday, November 2 and Varsity will be away at Malibu Friday, November 3rd. Fillmore Flashes Football Photos Courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
On Friday, October 27th Fillmore Flashes hosted Carpinteria. This past Friday was Fillmore’s last home game and as tradition goes Fillmore honored their Senior players. They also had a Mother Daughter half-time performance with the Flashes Cheerleaders. Unfortunately, Fillmore was defeated by Carpinteria 56-26. The Flashes JV will play Paramount on Thursday, November 2 and Varsity will be away at Malibu Friday, November 3rd. Fillmore Flashes Football Photos Courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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SoCal Fillmore Bears Midgets team who made the playoffs this year stop and pose for a photo after their game on Saturday. All Youth Raiders & SoCal Bears Football & Cheer photos courtesy of Crystal Gurrola.
SoCal Fillmore Bears Midgets team who made the playoffs this year stop and pose for a photo after their game on Saturday. All Youth Raiders & SoCal Bears Football & Cheer photos courtesy of Crystal Gurrola.
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Fillmore Raiders Seniors Team who made the playoffs this year.
Fillmore Raiders Seniors Team who made the playoffs this year.
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Submitted by Coach Tanya Gonzales. Tuesday, October 17th Fillmore hosted their last home game against Santa Paula. Final Scores: Frosh won 25-21 and 25-13, JV won 25-14 and 25-15, and Varsity won in 5 sets: 21-25, 16-25, 25-10, 25-16, and 15-13. Standout players were Lindsey Brown with 16 digs and 4 serving aces, Tori Villegas had 7 serving aces, 2 digs and 4 kills, then Johana Garcia waled away with 9 serving aces 5 kills and 2 blocks, and our setter Tori Gonzales had 21 assists, 3 kills, and 2 serving aces. On Thursday, October 19th FHS played against Santa Clara. Final Scores; Frosh won 25-15 and 25-22, JV team also won 25-15, 25-18, and Varsity started out strong but didn't bring home the win 25-21, 18-25, 19-25, and 21-25. Standout players for the night were; Kasey Crawford with 20 digs and 5 kills, Lindsey Brown had 23 digs, 4 kills, and 1 serving ace, and tori Gonzales had 20 assists, 9 digs, 2 kills, and 1 serving ace.
Submitted by Coach Tanya Gonzales. Tuesday, October 17th Fillmore hosted their last home game against Santa Paula. Final Scores: Frosh won 25-21 and 25-13, JV won 25-14 and 25-15, and Varsity won in 5 sets: 21-25, 16-25, 25-10, 25-16, and 15-13. Standout players were Lindsey Brown with 16 digs and 4 serving aces, Tori Villegas had 7 serving aces, 2 digs and 4 kills, then Johana Garcia waled away with 9 serving aces 5 kills and 2 blocks, and our setter Tori Gonzales had 21 assists, 3 kills, and 2 serving aces. On Thursday, October 19th FHS played against Santa Clara. Final Scores; Frosh won 25-15 and 25-22, JV team also won 25-15, 25-18, and Varsity started out strong but didn't bring home the win 25-21, 18-25, 19-25, and 21-25. Standout players for the night were; Kasey Crawford with 20 digs and 5 kills, Lindsey Brown had 23 digs, 4 kills, and 1 serving ace, and tori Gonzales had 20 assists, 9 digs, 2 kills, and 1 serving ace.
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