Written by Ram Medina, President So Cal Fillmore Bears.

What started last year as a small chapter of 37 boys and 50 cheerleaders, has grown to over 140 boys and over 100 cheerleaders in less than 12 months. We would like to thank the families of Fillmore, Santa Paula, and Piru for making the Fillmore Bears the biggest youth football organization in Fillmore!!! We are proud to serve the vast majority of boys and girls in our local communities and we look forward to growing even bigger in 2016. We are part of the biggest and safest youth football league in Ventura County. We are the most affordable youth football chapter in Ventura County. We have 7 teams confirmed for 2015 and possibly 8. We are in need of a Pee Wee coach in the 8-9 year old division. For more information please visit our website www.socalfillmorebears.com

 


 

Fillmore Raiders Youth Football & Cheer is Still taking sign-ups for the 2015 Season. Please contact Yvette Espinosa @ (805)290-7248 or visit our website and download a registration Form www.fillmoreyouthfootball.net

 


 
(l-r) Valerie Tobias and Jalynne Magana. Eagles girls U13 soccer club defeated Legends 2-1 Sunday 03/15/2015 in the championship game at Ventura College Sportsplex and captured the National Cup title and will be advancing to Far West Regional Championship games that will be held Boise Idaho late June 2015.  Club is composed players from Camarillo, Ventura, Oxnard, Newbury park, Pasadena and these to ladies from Fillmore.
(l-r) Valerie Tobias and Jalynne Magana. Eagles girls U13 soccer club defeated Legends 2-1 Sunday 03/15/2015 in the championship game at Ventura College Sportsplex and captured the National Cup title and will be advancing to Far West Regional Championship games that will be held Boise Idaho late June 2015. Club is composed players from Camarillo, Ventura, Oxnard, Newbury park, Pasadena and these to ladies from Fillmore.
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(l-r) Seniors Demitriouz Lozano, Hayden Wright and Michael Luna along with junior Aaron Cornejo were 1st in the 400m Relay this past weekend at the Rincon Races with a time of 45.84. Aaron Cornejo also placed 1st place in the 400m with a time of 54.28.
(l-r) Seniors Demitriouz Lozano, Hayden Wright and Michael Luna along with junior Aaron Cornejo were 1st in the 400m Relay this past weekend at the Rincon Races with a time of 45.84. Aaron Cornejo also placed 1st place in the 400m with a time of 54.28.
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Junior Lupita Perez had an amazing day at the Rincon Races. She won both the 1200m with a time of 3:52.80 and the 2400m with a time of 8:34.31. In addition to winning the races she broke both meet records.
Junior Lupita Perez had an amazing day at the Rincon Races. She won both the 1200m with a time of 3:52.80 and the 2400m with a time of 8:34.31. In addition to winning the races she broke both meet records.
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Senior Carlos Briceno placed 1st in the 110 mHH with a time of 17.21 and 1st in the 300mHurdles with a time of 45.50.
Senior Carlos Briceno placed 1st in the 110 mHH with a time of 17.21 and 1st in the 300mHurdles with a time of 45.50.
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SoCal Fillmore Bears will be having registration this Sunday March 1, 2015 from 5 pm-8 pm at Ameci’s Pizza. Space is limited with a few spots remaining in each of our five divisions. The cost per player is $195.00 with a sibling discount of $20.00 for each player that registers. There is a minimum $65.00 payment required at registration to ensure the $195.00 registration fee. The registration fee may increase at a future date.
The SoCal Fillmore Bears is also proud to announce that we have over one hundred football players for this upcoming season.

 

The Fillmore Flashes took on the Foothill Dragons this past Wednesday. It was a big night for the Flashes, a win could make them eligible for the playoffs, and it was senior night. The Flashes scored the first points of the game on a jump shot from Aaron Cronin. The Flashes started the game on a 6-2 run. After Foothill makes 1 of 2 free throws Fillmore's lead is cut to 6-5. Michael Luna scored the next 5 points for the Flashes extending the lead to 11-7. At the end of the first quarter Fillmore led 17-9.

The Flashes started the second quarter with back to back steals leading to back to back layups to extend the led to 21-9. Two turnovers by the Flashes lead to Two layups for Foothill as they cut the lead to just 6, 23-17. The Flashes were able to extend the lead back up to 10 after 2 free throws by Michael Luna, and a lay up makes it a 27-17 ball game. Danny Quintero stole the ball twice leading to two straight layups for the Flashes as they extended the lead to 32-21. Danny was fouled on his next layup attempt and made 1 of 2 from the line as Fillmore led by 10 33-23. Foothill cut the lead down to 7 as they made a basket and a free-throw. The Dragons made a three pointer at the buzzer, and they went into the locker room only down 4 33-29.

Foothill outscored Fillmore 20-16 in the second quarter. Turnovers were a real problem for Foothill though. Most of the turnovers lead to easy transition points for the Flashes.

The Flashes scored first in the third quarter thanks to a free-throw by Aaron Cronin. That started a much needed 13-0 run by the Flashes. It took over five and a half minutes before Foothill was able to get on the board. A layup by the Flashes extends the lead to 50-30. The Flashes ended the third quarter up 50-33.

With the Dragons down by 14 they give up a layup to Hayden Wright to push the lead to 52-36. Michael Luna scored despite being fouled, and he made the free-throw, and Fillmore led 57-36. Those baskets were part of an 11-0 run by the Flashes as they led 63-36. In the closing seconds of the game Justin Warren hit a three pointer to give Fillmore a 75-47 win. It was just that type of night. Good luck to Foothill as they play Thacher for the final game of their season. Fillmore travels to Carpinteria to take on Cate on Wenesday. It will be a big game. A Fillmore win and a Thacher loss can earn the Flashes second place in league. A Fillmore loss puts the Flashes in danger of missing the playoffs. GO FLASHES!

 
Fillmore Raiders 2014/2015 Competition Squad. The Fillmore Raiders girls: Ryleigh Westrup, Daniella Lucas, Angelina Delgadillo, Alyssa Brooks, Jada Plummer, Aiesa Rodriquez, Valeria Cruz, Lilliana Contreras, Tatyana Viella, Maddie Davis, Natalie Cruz, Alexis Van Why, Hennassy Marquez, Jordyn Rolfe, Jayni Rolfe, Daisy Andrade, Mersaydez Cardona, Jazmine Chavez and Sasha Segovia.
Fillmore Raiders 2014/2015 Competition Squad. The Fillmore Raiders girls: Ryleigh Westrup, Daniella Lucas, Angelina Delgadillo, Alyssa Brooks, Jada Plummer, Aiesa Rodriquez, Valeria Cruz, Lilliana Contreras, Tatyana Viella, Maddie Davis, Natalie Cruz, Alexis Van Why, Hennassy Marquez, Jordyn Rolfe, Jayni Rolfe, Daisy Andrade, Mersaydez Cardona, Jazmine Chavez and Sasha Segovia.
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Fillmore Raiders 2014/2015 Competition Squad
Fillmore Raiders bring home not 1 but 2 National Titles
Division 13 Level 2 Performance Cheer National Champions
Division 13 Level 2 Show Cheer National Champions
This team consists of girls ranging from ages 8-13
These girls started their competition season starting in October.
They practiced 3 days a week, 4 hours a day sometimes longer when adding extra tumbling practice in.
They competed at their first Jamz competition in November in Anaheim bringing home a 1st and 2nd place trophy , along with the best “Stunt Sequence “ award out of all the teams that competed that day including some High Schools and All Star teams.
They competed at their second competition in December in Carson at Cal State Dominquez Hills and brought home two 1st place awards.
These regional competitions qualified them for the Jamz National competition in Las Vegas.
The Raiders competed on January 25th in Las Vegas. They competed in two categories, bringing home the 1st place National title in both routines.
In their Performance cheer they had 8 teams in their division, Raiders were the reigning champs and continue to hold the title as National Champions for 2015.
In their Show Cheer they had 10 teams in their division and beat the 2 X defending champions and now hold the National Title for 2015.
Out of the hundreds of cheer teams that competed throughout the week end there were only 4 teams that scored in that 90% and the Fillmore Raiders were one of them. We are extremely proud of this amazing accomplishment.
We are extremely proud of our girls they work very hard and all their hard work definitely paid off. We love these girls as if they were our own.
In addition to all the hard work that the girls put in we had a great group of coaches that give a lot of time, love and dedication to these girls. We are very fortunate to have these wonderful ladies as a big part of our organization.
These coaches also deserve the Title of being “National Champion Coaches”.
Coaches are :
Caitlin McCall, Tanya Barrera, Taylor Wright, Sadie Ortiz, Tami Rolfe, Ellyse Lucas,
Rebecca Ibarra, Tina Hurtado and Lori Nunez.
We would also like to thank all the parents of these young ladies for letting us have the opportunity to work with your daughters. They are truly amazing young ladies.
The Fillmore Raiders would like to congratulate the So Cal Fillmore Bears for their 2nd and 3rd place awards that they received in Las Vegas. They had outstanding performances. Good job girls.
If anyone would like to come watch the girls they will be competing on March 14th at the LA Sports Arena/ The Galen Center at USC
Anyone interested in joining the Fillmore Raiders for the upcoming season please call Lori Nunez at 805-340-6222.
Girls names
Ryleigh Westrup
Daniella Lucas
Angelina Delgadillo
Alyssa Brooks
Jada Plummer
Aiesa Rodriquez
Valeria Cruz
Lilliana Contreras
Tatyana Viella
Maddie Davis
Natalie Cruz
Alexis Van Why
Hennassy Marquez
Jordyn Rolfe
Jayni Rolfe
Daisy Andrade
Mersaydez Cardona
Jazmine Chavez
Sasha Segovia

 

SoCal Fillmore Bears is now accepting board member and head coach positions for the 2015 football season. The board member positions that are available are, Fundraiser Coordinator and (2) Member at Large positions. Please submit a brief summary of your qualifications via our website www.socalfillmorebears.com by January 31, 2015.

 

Fillmore Youth Football and Cheer Organization is accepting applications for New Board Members. Board elections will be held at Mt.Vista Elementary Thursday February 5th at 7:00 P.M. It is mandatory that all applicants be present to accept nomination.

Applications are available for printout on our website at fillmoreyouthfootball.net

Applications must be received to our Secretary Kristen Dollar or mailed to our PO Box( #34 Fillmore, Ca 93015) by February 3rd by 7:00 P.M. Kristen may be contacted at 805-216-9027

 

The Fillmore Flashes men's basketball team played their first league game at home vs. the Malibu sharks. Malibu had a 15-8 lead with 3:22 left in the first quarter. On the first play coming out of the time out the Flashes recovered the offensive rebound 3 times, but they failed to put the ball in the basket. Malibu's defense forced a lot of early turnovers, and held a 19-8 lead at the end of the first quarter. Fillmore scored the first basket of the second quarter and went on a quick 5-0 run to cut Malibu's lead to 19-13. Both teams turned the ball over on their next possessions. A 3 pointer by Malibu gave the sharks a 22-16 lead ending an 8-0 run by the Flashes. Down 25-18 Danny Quintero took the ball inside for a lay up. Malibu answered back with a lay up of their own. Danny Quintero scored another lay up cutting the Sharks lead to 27-23. A 3 by Michael Luna, followed by an and one by Danny Quintero gave the Flashes a 29-27 lead with 2:20 left in the half. A 3 by the Sharks gave Malibu a slim one point lead. A 3 by Hayden Wright gave the Flashes a 32-31 lead. Malibu scored the last basket of the half taking a 33-32 lead into the locker room.

Hayden Wright scored the first basket of the half for the Flashes. Michael Luna scored on a put back giving Fillmore a 36-33 lead. Malibu took the lead back 37-36 after a lay up, and a pair of free throws. Fillmore boost their lead to 44-39, but then Malibu goes on a 9-2 scoring run that puts the Sharks up 48-46. Fillmore was fouled, but they could only make 1 of 2 free throws. Malibu was up by 1, 48-47, heading into the final quarter. A 3 pointer by Malibu gave the Sharks a 51-47 lead. The Flashes answered back with a 3 pointer of their own cutting the Sharks lead down to 1. Malibu went up 55-51. Michael Luna cut the lead to 55-53 on a lay up. With 2 minutes left the Flashes were in desperate need of a basket down 54-60. Hayden Wright got the ball and hit a clutch 3 pointer for the Flashes cutting the lead to just 3 points. With less than 30 seconds to go the Flashes were down by 5 before Fillmore hit a 3, and they were down by 2 60-62. Unfortunately for the Flashes Malibu's free throws put the game away and the Flashes came up short losing 60-64. Fillmore's next game is against Villanova, at Villanova on the 12th.

 
Fillmore won Vs Cate 2-0 behind Esmeralda Murillo 's two goals. JD Delarosa & Naye Baez assisted on the goals. Yari Vasquez, Ana Rincon, Maria Auarez & JD Delarosa played well defensively. Esmeralda Murillo & Reylene Martinez look on during a substitution. Fillmore 6-2-2. League 1-1-0.
Fillmore won Vs Cate 2-0 behind Esmeralda Murillo 's two goals. JD Delarosa & Naye Baez assisted on the goals. Yari Vasquez, Ana Rincon, Maria Auarez & JD Delarosa played well defensively. Esmeralda Murillo & Reylene Martinez look on during a substitution. Fillmore 6-2-2. League 1-1-0.
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Vanesa Estrada throws in the ball.
Vanesa Estrada throws in the ball.
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Senior Hannah Vasquez received the All Tournament Award at The Jolene Stethem Tournament for the Lady Flashes early this December. Hannah is a Captain for the Lady Flashes, a four year player and the starting point guard. Her leadership and dedication to the sport has been an integral part to her team. Congratulations Hannah on a fine performance at the Fillmore Tournament. The Lady Flashes will open with the first league game on January 6th against Foothill Technology. Go Flashes!
Senior Hannah Vasquez received the All Tournament Award at The Jolene Stethem Tournament for the Lady Flashes early this December. Hannah is a Captain for the Lady Flashes, a four year player and the starting point guard. Her leadership and dedication to the sport has been an integral part to her team. Congratulations Hannah on a fine performance at the Fillmore Tournament. The Lady Flashes will open with the first league game on January 6th against Foothill Technology. Go Flashes!
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(l-r) (top row) Joshua Estrada, Niza Laureano, Carissa Rodriguez, Michael-Camilo Torres, (middle) Adrian Tirado, Emma Torres, Andrea Laureano, Diego Rodriguez, Syenna Ponce, (bottom) Rey Laureano, Juan Carlos Laureano, Alix Tirado, Nevaeh Walla and Jordyn Walla. Not pictured Yaraby Jacobo, Vanessa Cabral and Coach Rafael Laureano.
(l-r) (top row) Joshua Estrada, Niza Laureano, Carissa Rodriguez, Michael-Camilo Torres, (middle) Adrian Tirado, Emma Torres, Andrea Laureano, Diego Rodriguez, Syenna Ponce, (bottom) Rey Laureano, Juan Carlos Laureano, Alix Tirado, Nevaeh Walla and Jordyn Walla. Not pictured Yaraby Jacobo, Vanessa Cabral and Coach Rafael Laureano.
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The Fillmore Condors Youth Cross Country team concluded their 2014 season by competing in USA Track and Field (USATF) National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships on Saturday, December 13th. Fillmore Youth Condors Cross Country is a non-profit club comprised of runners from Fillmore, Piru, and Santa Paula and are coached by Rafael Laureano. 16 local athletes ranging in ages 7-13 years old traveled across the country to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina after qualifying in Conference and Regional Meets to compete at the Whispering Pines Golf Course. The cross country runners began their course races on the spacious driving range before winding along the tree lined fairways and up and down elevated tee boxes and rolling hills coming down the 18th fairway towards the clubhouse finish line.

Individual awards and the title of “USATF Jr. Olympic All American Athlete” were given to the top 25 athletes in each event. Team awards were given to the top 3 teams in each age division. The awards ceremony was held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Five Condors ran away with awards.

223 runners competed in the 8 & Under Girls 2000 Meter Division. The 2014 Southern California Youth Track and Field Conference (SCYTFC) Gremlin Girls Cross Country Champion Niza Laureano (age 7) earned a 5th place medal and title of “USATF Jr. Olympic All American” by crossing the finish line at 8:16.73 averaging a 6:39 mile time, Yaraby Jacobo (age 8) earned a 25th place medal and “USATF Jr. Olympic All American” title at 8:44.49 with a 7:02 average mile, Emma Torres (age 7) placed 37th at 8:53.13 with a 7:09 average mile.

214 runners competed in the 8 & Under Division Boys 2000 Meter Division. Adrian Tirado (age 8) placed 74th at 8:48.70 with an average mile time of 7:05, Diego Rodriguez (age 8) placed 103rd at 9:06.38 with a 7:19 average mile, and Joshua Estrada (age 8) placed 118th at 9:14.93 with a 7:26 average mile.

315 runners competed in the 9-10 Girls 3000 Meter Division. Andrea Laureano (age 9) placed 75th with a time of 12:12.37 averaging a 6:32 mille time.

305 runners competed in the 9-10 Boys 3000 Meter Division. The 2014 SCYTFC Bantam Boys Cross Country Champion Michael-Camilo Torres (age 10) earned a 20th place medal and “USATF Jr. Olympic All American” title at 11:01.95 with an average mile time of 5:55.

With 422 runners in the race, the 11-12 Girls 3000 Meter Division had the largest number of entrants. Jordyn Walla (age 11) placed 30th and earned a 1st place team medal with a time of 10:59.99 while averaging a 5:54 mile time. Alix Tirado (age 11) placed 152nd at 11:49.51 with a 6:20 mile average, Syenna Ponce (age 12) placed 155th at 11:50.82 with a 6:21 mile average, Vanessa Cabral (age 11) placed 347th at 13:21.37 with a 7:09 mile average.

362 runners competed in the 11-12 Boys 3000 Meter Division. Juan Carlos Laureano (age 12) placed 71st with a time of 10:44.78 with a 5:45 mile average-the fastest average mile time of all the Condors who competed, Rey Andres Laureano (age 11) placed 181st at 11:23.10 with a 6:06 mile average.

384 runners competed in the 13-14 Girls 4000 Meter Division. The 2014 SCYTFC Girls Cross Country Champion Carissa Rodriguez (age 13) earned a 14th place medal and “USATF Jr. Olympic All American” title with a time of 14:35.84 averaging a 5:54 mile time, Neveah Walla (age 13) place 68th at 15:18.57 with a 6:09.6 mile average.

“I am proud of all of our Condors runners, they ran with the best youth in the United States and it was an experience they will not forget. I would like to thank the parents and community for supporting the children and teens during this successful postseason and thank El Pescador Restaurant, Fillmore Fire Department, Fillmore Lions Club, Fillmore Rotary Club, and Heritage Valley Track and Field for sponsoring the Condors and helping with raising funds to cover many of the travel expenses.” concluded Coach Laureano.

 
Fillmore High Girls defeated Golden Valley Thursday night at home 1-0. The winning goal was scored by Avril Cruz off an assist by Angie Elias. #11 Maria Suarez is marked by a Golden Valley player.
Fillmore High Girls defeated Golden Valley Thursday night at home 1-0. The winning goal was scored by Avril Cruz off an assist by Angie Elias. #11 Maria Suarez is marked by a Golden Valley player.
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Freshman Sydnee Isom was the Varsity All Tournament Player at the Nordhoff Tournament this past week for the Lady Flashes Varsity Girls Basketball Team.
Freshman Sydnee Isom was the Varsity All Tournament Player at the Nordhoff Tournament this past week for the Lady Flashes Varsity Girls Basketball Team.
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Congratulations to the Fillmore High School Girls Varsity Soccer team who took 3rd place over the weekend. At the Grace Brethren Tournament. They tied 0-0 vs heritage christian. Won 2-0 vs vasquez, won 5-1 vs st mary's, & beat mammoth 3-0. Top row from left to right. Rachel rivera, Taylor flores, nayeli baez, esmeralda murillo, Brianna Santa Rosa, reylene martinez,  Justine De larosa,Ryan nunez, vanessa estrada, Bottom row from left to right. Alondra mineros, Evelyn alveres, Ana rincon, patty vasquez, Elizabeth llamas,  yari vasquez, Jocelyn munoz, Maria Suarez.not pictured grace topete.  Coaches: omero martinez, Christoval gomez, Arnold munoz, willie hidalgo are very proud of you.
Congratulations to the Fillmore High School Girls Varsity Soccer team who took 3rd place over the weekend. At the Grace Brethren Tournament. They tied 0-0 vs heritage christian. Won 2-0 vs vasquez, won 5-1 vs st mary's, & beat mammoth 3-0. Top row from left to right. Rachel rivera, Taylor flores, nayeli baez, esmeralda murillo, Brianna Santa Rosa, reylene martinez, Justine De larosa,Ryan nunez, vanessa estrada, Bottom row from left to right. Alondra mineros, Evelyn alveres, Ana rincon, patty vasquez, Elizabeth llamas, yari vasquez, Jocelyn munoz, Maria Suarez.not pictured grace topete. Coaches: omero martinez, Christoval gomez, Arnold munoz, willie hidalgo are very proud of you.
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Congratulations to Lady Bulldogs Volleyball on a great season. Pictured is the 7th-8th grade team.
Congratulations to Lady Bulldogs Volleyball on a great season. Pictured is the 7th-8th grade team.
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Congratulations to Lady Bulldogs Volleyball on a great season. Pictured is the 6th grade team.
Congratulations to Lady Bulldogs Volleyball on a great season. Pictured is the 6th grade team.
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Greg Boren wins 450 c class at the othg nationals in Tulare CA on 11/9/2014. Its been a great year. I would like to thank my family for their support and Kenny at Bto sports and Jeff at thousand oaks power sports for all your support.
Greg Boren wins 450 c class at the othg nationals in Tulare CA on 11/9/2014. Its been a great year. I would like to thank my family for their support and Kenny at Bto sports and Jeff at thousand oaks power sports for all your support.
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Varsity #4 Hayden Wright and #44 Justin Coert get the tackle. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
Varsity #4 Hayden Wright and #44 Justin Coert get the tackle. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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Varsity #4 Hayden Wright gets first down and leading blocks from #5 Daniel Floes and #56 Mylo Lieghton
Varsity #4 Hayden Wright gets first down and leading blocks from #5 Daniel Floes and #56 Mylo Lieghton
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Varsity #9 Dominick Gonzalez catches first down pass
Varsity #9 Dominick Gonzalez catches first down pass
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Varsity #35 Emilio Hernandez and #61 Gil Sandoval make the stop
Varsity #35 Emilio Hernandez and #61 Gil Sandoval make the stop
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Three new Hall Of Fame inductees
Three new Hall Of Fame inductees
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Senior Night
Senior Night
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Senior Night
Senior Night
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Senior Night
Senior Night
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Senior Night
Senior Night
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Senior Night
Senior Night
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Cheer Mom night
Cheer Mom night
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Cheer Mom night
Cheer Mom night
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Cheer Mom night
Cheer Mom night
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J.V. #5 Jose Perez catches a pass from #7 Hector Sanches for a first down
J.V. #5 Jose Perez catches a pass from #7 Hector Sanches for a first down
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J.V. #7 Hector Sanches stops the run behind the line of scrimmage
J.V. #7 Hector Sanches stops the run behind the line of scrimmage
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J.V. #7 Hector Sanchez throws a first down pass while being protected by #64 Angel Medina and #55 Michael Morris
J.V. #7 Hector Sanchez throws a first down pass while being protected by #64 Angel Medina and #55 Michael Morris
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J.V. #10 Daniel Tafoya runs for a first down while gaining blocks from #5 Jose Perez and #64 Angel Medina
J.V. #10 Daniel Tafoya runs for a first down while gaining blocks from #5 Jose Perez and #64 Angel Medina
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J.V. #33 Ruben Rosales and #10 Daniel Tafoya stop the run
J.V. #33 Ruben Rosales and #10 Daniel Tafoya stop the run
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Raiders J1 #22 hands off the ball to #1 while getting a leading block from #14. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
Raiders J1 #22 hands off the ball to #1 while getting a leading block from #14. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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Raiders J1 #32 and  #10 stop the run
Raiders J1 #32 and #10 stop the run
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Raiders J1 #32 runs for a first down while picking up some blocks along the way
Raiders J1 #32 runs for a first down while picking up some blocks along the way
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Raiders J1 Cheer
Raiders J1 Cheer
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