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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The Flashes Medalists at the Ventura County Cross Country Championships. (l-r) Michael Sanchez, Johnny Martinez, Enrique Gutierrez, Francisco Erazo, Cris Candelario, John Chavez and Jose Rodriguez
The Flashes Medalists at the Ventura County Cross Country Championships. (l-r) Michael Sanchez, Johnny Martinez, Enrique Gutierrez, Francisco Erazo, Cris Candelario, John Chavez and Jose Rodriguez
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Boys Varsity places 5th at the Ventura Country Cross Country Championships. (l-r) Francisco Erazo, Jorge Hurtado, Luis Landeros, Ismael Dominguez and Jose Rodriguez
Boys Varsity places 5th at the Ventura Country Cross Country Championships. (l-r) Francisco Erazo, Jorge Hurtado, Luis Landeros, Ismael Dominguez and Jose Rodriguez
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Frosh Soph Girls take 4th place at the Ventura County Cross Country Championships. (l-r) Briana Ruiz, Lauren Magdaleno, Alyssa Ramirez, Grace Garnica, Luz Ruiz and Jackie Chavez
Frosh Soph Girls take 4th place at the Ventura County Cross Country Championships. (l-r) Briana Ruiz, Lauren Magdaleno, Alyssa Ramirez, Grace Garnica, Luz Ruiz and Jackie Chavez
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The Lady Flashes Medalist at the Ventura County Cross Country Championships. (l-r) Jackie Chavez, Alexis Tafoya and Jordan Manzano
The Lady Flashes Medalist at the Ventura County Cross Country Championships. (l-r) Jackie Chavez, Alexis Tafoya and Jordan Manzano
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#4 Hayden wright gets the interception. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola
#4 Hayden wright gets the interception. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola
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Varsity #50 Omar Valdivia and #64 Kevin Galvan get a sack
Varsity #50 Omar Valdivia and #64 Kevin Galvan get a sack
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J.V. #10 Daniel Tafoya runs for a first down
J.V. #10 Daniel Tafoya runs for a first down
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J.V. #16 Soul Santa Rosa gets a first down and a block from #61 Isaacs Cody
J.V. #16 Soul Santa Rosa gets a first down and a block from #61 Isaacs Cody
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J.V. #40 Alex Vargas and #7 Hector Sanches stop the run
J.V. #40 Alex Vargas and #7 Hector Sanches stop the run
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The Flashes traveled to Ojai on Friday to take on the Nodhoff Rangers. The rangers started with the ball at the Fillmore 48 yard line. A tackle for a 3 yard loss made it 2nd down and 13 for the Rangers. They got 5 yards back on a run up the middle. On 3rd and 8 the Nordhoff quarterback heaved the ball 40 yards down field to the 9 yard line. The Rangers scored on a 9 yard run on the next play to go up 7-0. The Flashes started with the ball on their own 20 yard line. Dominique Gonzales ran the ball 17 yards down to the 37 yard line. Gonzales called his own number again this time picking up 5 yards making it 2nd down and 5 at the 42 yard line. Fillmore handed the ball off to Andres Andrade who managed to pick up 7 yards for a 1st down. Fillmore picked up 2 yards on 1st down moving to the Rangers side of the field at the 49. Andres Andrade picked up 3 yards on 2nd down to make it 3rd and 5 from the 46. Fillmores pass attempt was incomplete, and Fillmore was forced to punt the ball away. Nordhoff started with the ball at the 10 yard line. Fillmore forced Nordhoff into a 3rd and 8 situation from the 12 yard line. On 3rd and 8 the Rangers completed a pass for 15 yards down to the 27. On 1st down the Rangers ran the ball 3 yards. A delay of game penalty against Nordhoff made it 2nd and 12. The Rangers lost 5 more yards on a quarterback sack. On 3rd down and 17 the Rangers attempted a pass, but it was incomplete. Nordhoff elected to punt the ball on 4th and 17. Fillmore started with the ball at the 42 yard line. Hayden Wright was tackled for a 2 yard loss. On 2ndd down Fillmore was stopped at the line, and an offside penalty pushed Fillmore back 5 yards. The Flashes were stopped on 3rd and 17, and they elected to punt the ball away. Nordhoff started with the ball at the 26 yard line with 2:31 left in the 1st quarter. Nordhoff ran the ball 2 yards on 1st down. Nordhoff got a 1st down at the 37 yard line. A false start penalty made it 2nd and 16 from the 31. An incomplete pass on 3rd down forced the Rangers to punt. The Flashes started with the ball at the 25 yard line. On 2nd down and 10 from the 25 Hayden Wright picked up 11 yards giving Fillmore a 1st down at the 36 yard line. On 1st down at the 36 Fillmore was stopped at the line for no gain, and that play ended the 1st quarter with the Rangers leading 7-0.

On the 1st play of the 2nd quarter Damien Gonzales picked up 10 yards for a 1st down at the 46 yard line. There was a fumble on the next play, Fillmore recovered, but they lost 2 yards. A sack on the next play resulted in 3rd down and 15. Fillmores 3rd down pass was incomplete, and the Flashes were forced to punt the ball away. Nordhoff took over after the ball was returned to the 40 yard line. Nordhoff picked up a 1st down after a 13 yard run down to the 47 yard line. Nordhoff ran the ball down Fillmores throat, and Nordhoff scored a touchdown on a 1 yard touchdown run on 1st and goal from the 1 yard line. Nordhoff increased the lead to 14-0 with 7:20 left before the half. The Flashes started with the ball on the 20 yard line. Fillmore picked up a 1st down on an 11 yard run down to the 31. Dominique Gonzales picked up 4 yards on 1st down to give Fillmore 2nd and 6 from the 35 yard line. On 3rd and 4 Fillmore picked up a 1st down on a 6 yard run to the 43. Fillmore was unable to pick up another 1st down, and they were forced to punt the ball away. The Rangers started with the ball at the 21 yard line. The ball didnt stay with Nordhoff long as Fillmore intercepted a pass on the 1st play of the drive. Nordhoffs defense held and forced Fillmore to attempt a field goal. The field goal was blocked and the Rangers started with the ball at the 21 with 2:46 left before halftime. Nordhoff was able to run out the clock and they held a 14-0 lead at halftime.

The Flashes started with the ball at the 15 to start the 2nd half. Fillmore passed the ball 6 yards making it 2nd and 4 from the 21. Fillmore got a little tricky on 3rd down and 4 as they completed a halfback pass down to the 20 yard line. Hayden Wright took the ball 8 yards down to the 12 yard line. Fillmore couldnt get a 1st down, and Nordhoff took over at the 11. The Rangers drove the ball to the 43 yard line where they completed a pass for a 57 yard touchdown. The Flashes started with the ball at the 20 yard line. The Flashes drove the ball down to the 47 before they fumbled the ball away to the Rangers. Nordhoff passed the ball 17 yards down to the 30 yard line with 2:5 left in the 3rd quarter. On 3rd and 10 from the 30 yard line Nordhoff pushed the ball 15 yards for a1st down to the 15 yard line. Nordhoff scored their 4th touchdown of the night on a 6 yard run with 57 seconds left in the 3rd quarter. Fillmore started with the ball at the 20 yard line. The Flashes handed the ball off to Andres Andrade who lost 1 yard on the play, and that play ended the 3rd quarter with Nordhoff leading 28-0.

With the ball at the 19 yard line Fillmore quarterback Damien Gonzales picked up 20 yards on 2nd down for a 1st down at the 39 yard line. Fillmore went for the halfback pass again, but they could only pick up 4 yards this time for 2nd down and 6 at the 43. Fillmore ran the ball 6 yards for a 1st down at the 49 yard line. Fillmore had the ball at the 45 needing 4 yards to pick up a 1st down on 3rd down. Fillmore was unable to complete the 3rd down pass and they were forced to punt the ball away with 9:08 left in the game. Nordhoff started with the ball at the 31 yard line. Fillmore was able to force Nordhoff to punt, but Nordhoffs defense stepped up, and Fillmore was forced to punt. Nordhoff was able to run the clock out as the Rangers beat the Flashes by a score of 28-0.

Good luck to Nordhoff on the rest of their season as their season as they host Bishop Diego on Friday. That game will determine who wins the league title. Next week the Flashes are home as they host the Carpinteria Warriors for the last game of the season.

 
Bears Pee Wee #32 makes tackle in the back field. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola
Bears Pee Wee #32 makes tackle in the back field. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola
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Raiders J2 # 80 stops the run
Raiders J2 # 80 stops the run
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Raiders J2 Cheer
Raiders J2 Cheer
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Bears Pee Wee Cheer
Bears Pee Wee Cheer
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Players and coaches, (l-r) (bottom row) Rachel Rivera, Sarah Volmert, Lizette Martinez (Nena), Salma Gomez, Ana Rincon, Jocelyn Munoz, Caroline Esquivel, Coach Willy, (top row) Coach Homer Martinez, Grace Topete, Reylene Martinez, Emily Garnica, Esmeralda Murillo, Vanessa Estrada, Ryan Nunez, Coach Arnold Munoz. Little cheer squad: Isaac Martinez, Maddie Munoz, Mia Munoz, Adrian. Players missing from photo: Briana Santa Rosa, Denise Vasquez, Betty Morales.
Players and coaches, (l-r) (bottom row) Rachel Rivera, Sarah Volmert, Lizette Martinez (Nena), Salma Gomez, Ana Rincon, Jocelyn Munoz, Caroline Esquivel, Coach Willy, (top row) Coach Homer Martinez, Grace Topete, Reylene Martinez, Emily Garnica, Esmeralda Murillo, Vanessa Estrada, Ryan Nunez, Coach Arnold Munoz. Little cheer squad: Isaac Martinez, Maddie Munoz, Mia Munoz, Adrian. Players missing from photo: Briana Santa Rosa, Denise Vasquez, Betty Morales.
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The U19 girls team won 1st place on November 2nd after defeating Santa Barbara on Saturday November 1st and Oxnard and Santa Barbara teams on Sunday November 2nd. The U19 girls team is coached by Homer and Arnold, with the volunteer assistance of Willy and Chris. The U19 team is now advancing to the next tournament in Bakersfield this weekend November 8th and 9th. We wish luck to the team and coaches on their next challenge ahead!!

 

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Varsity Flashes. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
Varsity Flashes. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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Varsity Flashes
Varsity Flashes
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Varsity Flashes
Varsity Flashes
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JV Flashes
JV Flashes
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JV Flashes
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JV Flashes
JV Flashes
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Fillmore kicked the ball off to Bishop Diego to start the game. Bishop started with the ball on the 33 yard line. On the first play Bishop ran the ball 15 yards for the 1st down. 2 plays later Bishop got another 1st down on an 8 yard gain down to the 41. A 33 yard pass set Bishop up with a first and goal on the 8 yard line. On 2nd down the Bishop quarterback was sacked for an 8 yard loss. Bishop ran the ball on 3rd down for 8 yards forcing the Cardinals to go for a field goal. The field goal was good and Bishop took an early 3-0 lead with 8:44 left in the 1st quarter. Fillmore started with the ball on the 20 yard line after the kickoff went into the endzone. After an incomplete pass on 1st down, the Flashes gave the ball off to Hayden Wright for an 8 yard run to make it 3rd down and 2. Fillmore wasn’t able to do much on their 1st drive and they turned the ball over on downs. Bishop started with the ball at the 18 yard line. A sack made it 2nd and 16. On the next play Fillmore was called for an encroachment penalty. Bishop tried to run the ball but they were tackled for no gain by Gil Sandoval. A delay of game penalty vs Bishop made it 3rd down and 15. Bishop completed a 17 yard pass for a 1st down. A 48 yard touchdown run gave Bishop a 9-0 lead with 3:25 left in the 1st quarter. Fillmore started their next drive at the 26 yard line. On 1st down Fillmore handed the ball off to Hayden Wright for a 5 yard gain. On the next play Daniel Flores ended up loosing 2 yards making it 3rd down and 7. Fillmore completed a 20 yard pass for a first down at the 49 yard line. Fillmore handed the ball off to Andres Andrade for a 1 yard gain. Justin Coert rushed the ball for 3 yards, and on 3rd and 6 Hayden Wright only managed to gain 2 yards. On 4th down and 4 Fillmore called on Justin Coert to punt the ball away. Bishop started with the ball at the 9 yard line. Bishop ended the 1st quarter with a 9-0 lead.

Bishop started with the ball at the 22 yard line to start the half. On 1st down the Cardinals passed the ball 15 yards for a 1st down to the 37 yard line. An 11 yard run by the quarterback gave Bishop another 1st down at the 48 yard line. Bishop got the ball down to the 41 yard line. A 7 yard run by the quarterback gave them a 2nd and 3 from the 34 yard line. Bishop appeared to score another touchdown on a 34 yard pass, but it was negated by a personal foul making it 2nd down and 20 from the 49 yard line. Bishop picked up 20 yards on the next play. Then they got down to the 1 yard line on a 19 yard run. Bishop punched it in from there, pushing the lead to 16-0 with 6:58 left in the half. The Flashes started with the ball on the 26 yard line. On 1st down they handed the ball off to Andres Andrade who was tackled for a loss of 2 on the play. An encroachment penalty against the Flashes backed them up even more to make it 2nd down and 19. The Flashes handed the ball off to Hayden Wright on 2nd down for a 12 yard gain. Fillmore had the ball 3rd and 7 from the 29. An encroachment penalty against Bishop made for a much more manageable 3rd and 2 situation. Fillmore dropped back to pass, but it was intercepted by Bishop, and Bishop started with the ball at the Flashes 43 yard line. On 1st down Bishop ran the ball 38 yards down to the 5 yard line, however a block in the back penalty brought it back. Bishop handed the ball off and they picked up a 1st down on a 15 yard run down to the 30 yard line. On the next play Bishop ran 26 yards down to the 4 yard line. Bishop pounded the ball in from there and they went up 23-0 with 2:20 left before half. Fillmore couldn’t do anything on offense and they went into the locker room at half down 23-0.

The Flashes started the 2nd half with the ball at the 35 yard line. The Flashes fumbled the ball, but they were able to recover it. Unfortunately for them they lost 9 yards in the process. Andres Andrade managed to get 3 yards back to make it 3rd and 16 for the Flashes. Fillmore picked up the 1st down on a pass complete to Hayden Wright, 1st down at the 47 yard line. Andres Andrade picked up 5 yards, but a penalty forced Fillmore into a 2nd and 10 situation. Andrade got the ball again and picked up 7 yards for a 1st down at the 39 yard line. Andrade rushed the ball 5 more yards on 1st down. Hayden Wright rushed the ball 3 more yards to make it a manageable 3rd and 2. Fillmore was stopped short of the 1st down, and they elected to go for it on 4th down. Fillmore couldn’t convert, and they turned the ball over on downs. Bishop didn’t have the ball for long though, as Damien Gonzales intercepted the ball at the 20 yard line. Whatever momentum the Flashes had was immediately stopped by the Cardinals as they forced Fillmore to punt from their own 35 yard line. Bishop got the ball all the way down to the 28 yard line before it was intercepted, and returned by Hayden Wright to the 35. Once again Fillmore got a little bit of momentum, but Bishop was quick to stop it forcing Fillmore to punt on 4th and 2. At the end of the 3rd quarter Bishop was in front 23-0.

Bishop started the final quarter with the ball at the 25 yard line. Fillmores defense was able to step up and stop Bishop forcing them to punt on 4th and 12. Fillmore started with the ball in great field position at the 47 yard line. Hayden Wright ran the ball 35 yards down to the 12 yard line. Andres Andrade picked up 4 yards. Fillmore scored on an 8 yard run by Justin Coert. The extra point was missed. Bishop was in front 23-6 at that point. Bishop started with the ball at the 43 yard line. Bishop ran the ball down to the 30 yard line for a 1st down. A false start penalty made it 1st and 15. On 2nd and 14 Bishops pass attempt was incomplete, but a pass interference against Fillmore gave Bishop a 1st down at the 19 yard line. A chop block against Bishop made it a difficult 3rd and 16. Fillmore sacked the quarterback for a 16 yard loss. On 4th and 32 Bishop punted the ball back to Fillmore. Fillmore started with the ball at the 5 yard line. Bishops defense held strong and forced Fillmore to punt. Bishop was able to run out the clock. Fillmore lost their first league game of the year by a score of 23-6.

Good luck to Bishop on the rest of their season. They play Carpinteria next Friday at Carpinteria High School. The Flashes hope to redeem themselves next week when they travel to Ojai to take on the Nordhoff Rangers. GO FLASHES!

 
Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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