Pictured above are FHS Alumni Alianna Tapia and Vanessa Avila who were instrumental in Moorpark qualifying for the State Finals this past Saturday, November 19th in Fresno. Right is former Flash Camilo Torres who led the Cal State University of Northridge Matadors to the NCAA Division 1 West Regional Finals; he also broke the CSUN 10k Division I school record for freshmen and was selected as male student/athlete for the week of November 14th. Photos Credit FHS Cross Country Coach Kim Tafoya.
Pictured above are FHS Alumni Alianna Tapia and Vanessa Avila who were instrumental in Moorpark qualifying for the State Finals this past Saturday, November 19th in Fresno. Right is former Flash Camilo Torres who led the Cal State University of Northridge Matadors to the NCAA Division 1 West Regional Finals; he also broke the CSUN 10k Division I school record for freshmen and was selected as male student/athlete for the week of November 14th. Photos Credit FHS Cross Country Coach Kim Tafoya.
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Former Flash Rey Laureano as he competes at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee Florida for Westmont Cross Country.
Former Flash Rey Laureano as he competes at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee Florida for Westmont Cross Country.
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Two former members of the Fillmore girls cross country team led Moorpark Community College this year. They traded off the top two positions on the team throughout the season, and were instrumental in Moorpark qualifying for the State Final this past Saturday in Fresno. Due to the flu, Alianna Tapia was unable to compete in the State meet. Teammate Vanessa Avila however led the Raider quartet, a non-scoring team, by finishing in 43rd place in 20:01.8.

Rey Laureano, also Fillmore Ali no competed at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee, Florida as a member of the Westmont Cross Country team. In the team competition, Westmont finished in 17th place. Rey finished the 8,000 kilometer race in 27:37.3.

On November 11th, Camilo Torres led the Cal State University, Northridge Matadors to the NCAA Division 1 West Regional Finals. This race was run at Chambers Creek Regional Park in University Place, Washington. There the men’s team finished in 27th place. Camilo was the team’s top finisher, capturing 121st place in 30:57.7. He also broke the CSUN 10k Division I school record for freshmen. The previous record was set in 2014. Camilo was also selected the male student/athlete for the week of November 14th.

 


 

Courtesy FHS Soccer Coach Javier Alcaraz

Wednesday (11/16/2022) - Varsity - Fillmore - 1 vs. Camarillo – 2; Goal: Jesus Ruiz Penalty Kick. Record: 0 – 1. JV - Fillmore 0 vs. Camarillo 2; Frosh - Fillmore 0 vs. Camarillo 4.

Monday (11/21/20221) - Varsity Fillmore - 0 vs. Ventura – 3; Record: 0-3. JV Fillmore – 0 vs. Ventura – 1. Frosh - Fillmore - 0 vs. Ventura 5.

The next games for the Flashes Varsity will be 11/28/2022 at Rio Mesa High School at 6:30pm and 11/20/2022 at Buena High School at 5pm. Info courtesy https://www.maxpreps.com/ca/fillmore/fillmore-flashes/soccer/winter/sche...

 


 
On Friday, November 11th the Fillmore Raiders Bantam Silver and Juniors Black teams traveled to SoFi Stadium to compete in the Super Bowl. Bantams Silver also traveled to SoFi Stadium however, they lost to Valley Rush but took 2nd place for their National League. Juniors Black defeated Santa Barbara in the Super Bowl and claimed the title of National Champions for their league. Congratulations to both teams on and amazing season! Congrats as well to the Raiders Mighty Mites Silver for claiming the Championship for the American League against Newbury Park on Saturday, November 5th in Ventura. The Raider Bantams Black took 2nd place in the American League. A great season for the Fillmore Youth Raiders Football program!
On Friday, November 11th the Fillmore Raiders Bantam Silver and Juniors Black teams traveled to SoFi Stadium to compete in the Super Bowl. Bantams Silver also traveled to SoFi Stadium however, they lost to Valley Rush but took 2nd place for their National League. Juniors Black defeated Santa Barbara in the Super Bowl and claimed the title of National Champions for their league. Congratulations to both teams on and amazing season! Congrats as well to the Raiders Mighty Mites Silver for claiming the Championship for the American League against Newbury Park on Saturday, November 5th in Ventura. The Raider Bantams Black took 2nd place in the American League. A great season for the Fillmore Youth Raiders Football program!
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[Courtesy FHS Soccer Coach Javier Alcaraz]

On November 14th the First match of the 2022-2023 Season for the Fillmore Flashes Boys Soccer Team was a scrimmage vs. Westlake High School.

Fillmore Flashes vs. Westlake
Varsity - Fillmore 1 - 1 Westlake
Goals: Fernando Pastrana
Assist: Diego Alcaraz
JV - Fillmore 0 - 2 Westlake
Frosh - Fillmore 0 - 2 Westlake

The Flashes varsity upcoming games according to https://www.maxpreps.com/ca/fillmore/fillmore-flashes/soccer/winter/sche... 11/16/22 vs. Camarillo (home) at 6pm, 11/18/22 vs. Golden Valley (home) at 6pm and 11/21/22 vs. Ventura (away) at 5pm. (games are subject to change)

 


 
This past Friday, November 4th, the Fillmore Flashes traveled to Santa Ana for the first Round of CIF Playoffs in their division. Unfortunately, after a long hard-fought game, the Flashes fell short with a final score 7–14. Flashes finished their 2022 season 8–3 overall, allowing them to claim the title of Citrus Coast League Champs. Great job Flashes!!! Photos credit Crystal Gurrola.
This past Friday, November 4th, the Fillmore Flashes traveled to Santa Ana for the first Round of CIF Playoffs in their division. Unfortunately, after a long hard-fought game, the Flashes fell short with a final score 7–14. Flashes finished their 2022 season 8–3 overall, allowing them to claim the title of Citrus Coast League Champs. Great job Flashes!!! Photos credit Crystal Gurrola.
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The Fillmore Raiders Juniors Black team which will be heading to the GCYFL National Conference Superbowl at SoFi Stadium on Friday, November 11th, at 5:00pm. Juniors Black went undefeated during the regular season with a record of 7-0 to claim the number one seed in the National Conference (Division 1). They currently stand with a record of 9-0 after winning both rounds of play-off games. Your Fillmore Raiders Division 1 Juniors Black will face the Santa Barbara Saints in an unforgettable game. This will be Head Coach Chuy Jasso’s 3rd Super Bowl appearance for the Fillmore Raiders. Pictured above, top row: Coach Fred Perez, Coach Jose Rangel, Head Coach Chuy Jasso, Anthony Magaña, Caysen Michel, Coach Bobby Halcon, Abel Villela, Coach Beto Villela, JJ Jasso, Joshua Felix, Noah Halcon, Coach Michael Cardona, Efrain Arenas, Andrew Estrada, Saul Fraga, David Williams, Jerry Esquivel, and Coach Bubba Vaca. Bottom row: Phillip Alvarado, Elmer Santos, Isaac Gonzalez, Diego Ruiz, Jacob Aguilar, Rocky McDowell, Samuel Suarez, Angel Rangel, and Adam Cortez.
The Fillmore Raiders Juniors Black team which will be heading to the GCYFL National Conference Superbowl at SoFi Stadium on Friday, November 11th, at 5:00pm. Juniors Black went undefeated during the regular season with a record of 7-0 to claim the number one seed in the National Conference (Division 1). They currently stand with a record of 9-0 after winning both rounds of play-off games. Your Fillmore Raiders Division 1 Juniors Black will face the Santa Barbara Saints in an unforgettable game. This will be Head Coach Chuy Jasso’s 3rd Super Bowl appearance for the Fillmore Raiders. Pictured above, top row: Coach Fred Perez, Coach Jose Rangel, Head Coach Chuy Jasso, Anthony Magaña, Caysen Michel, Coach Bobby Halcon, Abel Villela, Coach Beto Villela, JJ Jasso, Joshua Felix, Noah Halcon, Coach Michael Cardona, Efrain Arenas, Andrew Estrada, Saul Fraga, David Williams, Jerry Esquivel, and Coach Bubba Vaca. Bottom row: Phillip Alvarado, Elmer Santos, Isaac Gonzalez, Diego Ruiz, Jacob Aguilar, Rocky McDowell, Samuel Suarez, Angel Rangel, and Adam Cortez.
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The Fillmore Raiders Mighty Mites Silver team celebrating after winning the GCYFL Conference last Saturday, November 5th, against Newbury Park. The team defeated Newbury Park, 40–6 and claimed the title of Champions of their Conference (Division 2). Photo credit Crystal Gurrola.
The Fillmore Raiders Mighty Mites Silver team celebrating after winning the GCYFL Conference last Saturday, November 5th, against Newbury Park. The team defeated Newbury Park, 40–6 and claimed the title of Champions of their Conference (Division 2). Photo credit Crystal Gurrola.
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The Fillmore Middle School Bulldogs’ Wrestling team recently competed at Sinaloa Middle School in Simi Valley. The boys and girls performed well on the mats, getting key wins from Kobe Avila, Naomi Bonilla, Jeremiah Chapman, Matthew De La Cruz, Paricia Juarez, Cris Martinez, Josh Magallon, and Nakia Magallon. Other students that competed well included Armando Avila, Ruben Castorena, Sotero Chavez, Fernando Martinez, Brian Maldonado, Angel Ortiz, and Andres Ramos. Courtesy FMS Wrestling Coach Michael.
The Fillmore Middle School Bulldogs’ Wrestling team recently competed at Sinaloa Middle School in Simi Valley. The boys and girls performed well on the mats, getting key wins from Kobe Avila, Naomi Bonilla, Jeremiah Chapman, Matthew De La Cruz, Paricia Juarez, Cris Martinez, Josh Magallon, and Nakia Magallon. Other students that competed well included Armando Avila, Ruben Castorena, Sotero Chavez, Fernando Martinez, Brian Maldonado, Angel Ortiz, and Andres Ramos. Courtesy FMS Wrestling Coach Michael.
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On Saturday, October 29th, the Fillmore Raiders Bantam Black defeated Ventura with a final score of 8 – 0. This allows the Bantams Black team to advance to the GCYFL Championship Game to be played at 10am at Ventura College on Saturday, November 5th.
On Saturday, October 29th, the Fillmore Raiders Bantam Black defeated Ventura with a final score of 8 – 0. This allows the Bantams Black team to advance to the GCYFL Championship Game to be played at 10am at Ventura College on Saturday, November 5th.
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Congratulations to the Fillmore Raiders Mighty Mites Silver for going undefeated in their 2022 season as first year players the team will head into playoffs this Saturday, October 29th in their first playoff game. Top row: 9 Esteban Suarez, 4 Issak Romero, 24 Jociah “Dos XX’S” Rodriguez, 13 Aiden Hermosillo, 27 Gabriel Torres, 1 Cruz Venegas. Middle row: 99 Max Magana, 15 James “Tornado” Cabral, 17 Kacey Morales, 56 Matthew Ruiz, 29 Jayden Gonzales, 11 James Page, 7 Joseph Lara, 5 Joel Gonzales. Bottom row: 23 Mason “Quete” Negrete, 42 Jared Munoz, 3 Danny Munoz, 34 Isaiah Rivera, 78 Romero Ruiz, 44 Danny Gaspar, 82 Ronan Zavala. Not pictured is 10 Presley Ramirez. Coaches are as follows: Head Coach Gene Cabral, along with Assistant coaches Jake Ellis, Tony Rodriquez, Manny Romero, Ricky Gonzales, Jess Rivera, Nathan Page and Vidal Romero.
Congratulations to the Fillmore Raiders Mighty Mites Silver for going undefeated in their 2022 season as first year players the team will head into playoffs this Saturday, October 29th in their first playoff game. Top row: 9 Esteban Suarez, 4 Issak Romero, 24 Jociah “Dos XX’S” Rodriguez, 13 Aiden Hermosillo, 27 Gabriel Torres, 1 Cruz Venegas. Middle row: 99 Max Magana, 15 James “Tornado” Cabral, 17 Kacey Morales, 56 Matthew Ruiz, 29 Jayden Gonzales, 11 James Page, 7 Joseph Lara, 5 Joel Gonzales. Bottom row: 23 Mason “Quete” Negrete, 42 Jared Munoz, 3 Danny Munoz, 34 Isaiah Rivera, 78 Romero Ruiz, 44 Danny Gaspar, 82 Ronan Zavala. Not pictured is 10 Presley Ramirez. Coaches are as follows: Head Coach Gene Cabral, along with Assistant coaches Jake Ellis, Tony Rodriquez, Manny Romero, Ricky Gonzales, Jess Rivera, Nathan Page and Vidal Romero.
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The Fillmore Raider team is made up of first year players, ages 6-8 year old. Head Coach Gene Cabral, along with Assistant coaches Jake Ellis, Tony Rodriquez, Manny Romero, Ricky Gonzales, Jess Rivera, Nathan Page and Vidal Romero have worked with the boys all season, leading the team to big wins. Their hard work paid off. The Raiders are now undefeated 7-0 for the season and will compete in their first playoff game this Saturday. You can catch the boys in their 1st playoff game against Valley Rush on Saturday, October 29th, at 8am at Fillmore High School Football Stadium. 
Team Season Game Stats: 8/27/22 – vs. Valley Rush (28-14) 9/03/22 – vs North Valley (12-0) 9/10/22 – vs. Newbury Park (30-8) 9/17/22 – vs. 805 Warhawks (26-12) 10/01/22 – vs. 805 Warhawks (30-0) 10/15/22 – vs. Simi Valley (28-0)
The Fillmore Raider team is made up of first year players, ages 6-8 year old. Head Coach Gene Cabral, along with Assistant coaches Jake Ellis, Tony Rodriquez, Manny Romero, Ricky Gonzales, Jess Rivera, Nathan Page and Vidal Romero have worked with the boys all season, leading the team to big wins. Their hard work paid off. The Raiders are now undefeated 7-0 for the season and will compete in their first playoff game this Saturday. You can catch the boys in their 1st playoff game against Valley Rush on Saturday, October 29th, at 8am at Fillmore High School Football Stadium. Team Season Game Stats: 8/27/22 – vs. Valley Rush (28-14) 9/03/22 – vs North Valley (12-0) 9/10/22 – vs. Newbury Park (30-8) 9/17/22 – vs. 805 Warhawks (26-12) 10/01/22 – vs. 805 Warhawks (30-0) 10/15/22 – vs. Simi Valley (28-0)
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Last week the Fillmore Flashes traveled to Port Hueneme to take on the Viking’s in a league game. The Flashes Varsity defeated Hueneme with a final score of the 31 – 19: the teams overall record is 7 - 3, league record is 3 – 0. Flashes JV also defeated the Vikings with a final score 44 – 14. This Friday, October 28th, Fillmore will host long-time rival Santa Paula, with JV beginning at 4pm, Varsity at 7pm. Pre-sale tickets sold out on Monday for the game, the 111th meeting of the towns.
Last week the Fillmore Flashes traveled to Port Hueneme to take on the Viking’s in a league game. The Flashes Varsity defeated Hueneme with a final score of the 31 – 19: the teams overall record is 7 - 3, league record is 3 – 0. Flashes JV also defeated the Vikings with a final score 44 – 14. This Friday, October 28th, Fillmore will host long-time rival Santa Paula, with JV beginning at 4pm, Varsity at 7pm. Pre-sale tickets sold out on Monday for the game, the 111th meeting of the towns.
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(Above) Fillmore Middle School Wrestling team sporting their new team shirts which were donated by parent Armando Avila and his company Sub-Life. (l-r) Angel Ortiz, Cristian Martinez, Matthew De La Cruz, Naomi Bonilla, Jozlyn Alvarez, Nakia Magallon, Josh Magallon, Abraham Castorena. Back Row: Armando Avila, Fernando Martinez, Sotero Chavez, Jeremiah Chapman, Kobe Avila, Brian Maldonado.
(Above) Fillmore Middle School Wrestling team sporting their new team shirts which were donated by parent Armando Avila and his company Sub-Life. (l-r) Angel Ortiz, Cristian Martinez, Matthew De La Cruz, Naomi Bonilla, Jozlyn Alvarez, Nakia Magallon, Josh Magallon, Abraham Castorena. Back Row: Armando Avila, Fernando Martinez, Sotero Chavez, Jeremiah Chapman, Kobe Avila, Brian Maldonado.
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The Fillmore Middle School Wrestling Team competed at Balboa Middle School in Ventura on Wednesday, October 12th. The Bulldogs 6th, 7th, 8th boys and girls performed well on the mats versus opponents from the host school Balboa, as well as Isbell, Matilija, and Sinaloa Middle Schools. The Bulldogs would like to thank parent Armando Avila and his company Sub-Life for donating t-shirts to the team. The team will host an event at Fillmore Middle School on Thursday, October 27th at the Fillmore Middle School Gymnasium. The scheduled start time is 5:30pm. There will be no spectator fee for attending the event. [Courtesy FMS Wrestling Coach Michael F. Torres]
The Fillmore Middle School Wrestling Team competed at Balboa Middle School in Ventura on Wednesday, October 12th. The Bulldogs 6th, 7th, 8th boys and girls performed well on the mats versus opponents from the host school Balboa, as well as Isbell, Matilija, and Sinaloa Middle Schools. The Bulldogs would like to thank parent Armando Avila and his company Sub-Life for donating t-shirts to the team. The team will host an event at Fillmore Middle School on Thursday, October 27th at the Fillmore Middle School Gymnasium. The scheduled start time is 5:30pm. There will be no spectator fee for attending the event. [Courtesy FMS Wrestling Coach Michael F. Torres]
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Courtesy FHS Girls Tennis Coach Kevin Walker

Below are the results from Monday, October 24th where the Fillmore Flashes competed at the Citrus Coast League Individual Girls Tennis Tournament hosted by Channel Islands High School:

The Finals and 3rd place matches for both singles and doubles will be played on Wednesday, October 26th at Channel Islands High School.

Singles:

First Round:
# 8 seed Mia Leonui-Flores (Channel Islands) beat # 9 seed Irma Rodriguez (Santa Paula), 8-5.
# 4 seed Kate Seery (Nordhoff) beat #13 seed Shyla Garcia (Fillmore), 8-2.
# 5 seed Silke Leonard (Carpinteria) beat # 12 seed Dolce Espita (Hueneme), 8-2.
# 7 seed Nadine Nazareno (Channel Islands) beat # 10 seed Natalie Sojka (Nordhoff), 8-3.
# 3 seed Maxine Kelly (Malibu) beat # 14 seed Ruby Rodriguez (Santa Paula), 8-1.
# 6 seed Jimena DeLeon (Hueneme) beat # 11 seed Jaslene Villegas (Fillmore), 8-0

Quarterfinals:
# 1 seed Galen Selbert Perkins (Malibu) beat #8 Mia Leonui-Flores (SP), 6-0 6-0.
# 5 Silke Leonard (C) beat # 4 Kate Seery (N), 6-4 6-0.
# 2 seed Zahra Porinsh (Carpinteria) beat # 7 Nadine Nazareno (CI), 6-1 6-2.
# 3 Maxine Kelly (M) beat # 6 Jimena DeLeon (H), 6-2 6-4

Semifinals:
# 1 Galen Selbert Perkins (M) beat # 5 Silke Leonard (C), 6-1 6-1.
# 2 Zahra Porinsh (C) beat # 3 Maxine Kelly (M), 6-2 6-2.

The October 26th will be as follows:
Finals---# 1 Galen Selbert Perkins (M) vs # 2 Zahra Porinsh (C).
3rd Place---# 5 Silke Leonard (C) vs # 3 Maxine Kelly (M).

Doubles:
First Round:
# 8 Gabby Jemelian/Jacquelle Kapland (M) beat # 9 Leslie Velazquez/Alma Tolentino (CI), 8-0.
#13 Maritza Campos/Daniella Curiel (F) beat # 4 Daisye Bravo/Denise Gonzalez (H), 8-7 (4).
# 5 Anna Falvo/Cassidy Gaston (N) beat # 12 Samantha Lewis/Sayra Duran (SP), 8-1.
# 7 Fernanda Gonzalez/Bear Paws (H) beat # 10 Ella Pagadaun/Ciera Shane (CI), 8-6.
# 3 Ashley Gonzalez/Natalie Martinez (C) beat # 14 Natalia Delgado/Destiny Alvarado (F), 8-0.
# 6 Mady Fitch/Irelyn McCormick (N) beat # 11 Julissa Lovato-Cauich/Charlotte Powell (SP), 8-2.

Quarterfinals:
# 1 Ariana Lounsbury/Charlotte Cooney (Carpinteria) beat # 8 Jemelian/Kapland (M), 6-2 2-6 10-8.
# 5 Falvo/Gaston (N) beat # 13 Campos/Curiel (F), 6-0 6-1.
# 2 Mathea Lasky/Athena Ram (Malibu) beat # 7 Gonzalez/Paws (H), 6-1 6-3.
# 3 Gonzalez/Martinez (C) beat # 6 Fitch/McCormick (N), 6-4 6-2.

Semifinals:
# 1 Lounsbury/Cooney (C) beat # 5 Falvo/Gaston (N), 2-6 6-4 10-8.
# 2 Lasky/Ram (M) beat # 3 Gonzalez/Martinez (C), 6-2 7-5.

On October 26th the follow will have competed:
Finals---# 1 Lounsbury/Cooney (C) vs # 2 Lasky/Ram (M).
3rd Place---# 5 Falvo/Gaston (N) vs # 3 Gonzalez/Martinez (C).

The top two singles players and the top two doubles teams qualify for the CIF Sectionals on November 21st. The third place singles and doubles teams are the alternates.

 

On Friday the Fillmore Cross Country teams competed at the prestigious Mt. San Antonio College Cross Country Invitational. The first 100 yards of the course are over pavement, followed by two flat loops, finally three major climbs, and several smaller climbs. This is also where postseason CIF Divisional meets will be contested.

Fillmore had one competitor in the boy’s freshman race. Philip Jimenez finished in 98th place in a time of 24:08. The freshman girls followed, with two competitors, Leah Barragan who finished in an impressive 7th place in 22:48 and Hailey Robledo who finished 40th placed 40th in 26.34.

Newcomer Omar Heredia was the lone runner for the Flashes in the sophomore boys race. Omar finished in 90th place in 21:35. Jacqueline Olivares ran to 63rd place finish in the girls sophomore race, finishing in 28:26.

Three runners toed the starting line in the girls JV race. Liliana Montejano led this group, finishing in 22nd place in 25:10. She was followed by Tiffany Velasco 30th in 25:47 and Cassandra Valdovinos 48th in 27:05. In the boys JV race Fillmore’s 3 competitors were led by Samuel Ramirez 38th in 21:40. He was followed by Juan Cumatz 50th in 22:00, and Vicente Lopez 96th in 24:05.

Fillmore sent a team of 6 athletes to compete in the Varsity boys division. Eddie Vigil led the team finishing in 12th place in a time of 16:48. He was followed by Angel Garcia 28th in 17:36, Diego Ramirez 31st in 17:43, Joshua Estrada 38th in 18:01, Nicholas Hurtado 43rd in 18:10, and Angel Laureano 81st in 19:17. In the team competition, Fillmore finished in 5th place.

The top performing team for the Flashes was the Varsity girls. They were led by Nataly Vigil who finished 7th in 20:25. She was followed by Niza Laureano 10th in 20:46, Diana Santa Rosa 24th in 21:42, Andrea Laureano 34th in 22:06, Alexandra Martinez 53rd in 23:08, and Monique Hurtado 64th in 23:48. Nataly was the top finisher for the Flashes on the day. In the team competition, this was our top finish. The girls brought home a runner-up plaque.

The Flashes Cross Country teams will now prepare for League Finals on Thursday, November 3rd at Lake Casitas in Ojai. This meet will start at 2:00 p.m.

 
(above) The Lady Flashes Girls Varsity Cross Country Team which took 1st Place at the CCL Meet 2. (l-r) Niza Laureano, Monique Hurtado, Andrea Laureano, Leah Barragan, Diana Santa Rosa, Alexandra Martinez, and Nataly Vigil. Courtesy FHS Cross Country Coach Kim Tafoya.
(above) The Lady Flashes Girls Varsity Cross Country Team which took 1st Place at the CCL Meet 2. (l-r) Niza Laureano, Monique Hurtado, Andrea Laureano, Leah Barragan, Diana Santa Rosa, Alexandra Martinez, and Nataly Vigil. Courtesy FHS Cross Country Coach Kim Tafoya.
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On Tuesday, the Citrus Coast League cross country teams met in Fillmore to complete in the second of three meets to determine League standings. Fillmore, Carpinteria, Channel Islands, Hueneme, Malibu, Nordhoff, and Santa Paula ran over the 3-mile dirt course that includes a couple of small rises.

The junior varsity boys started the day. They were led by Sammy Ramirez who finished in 4th place in a time of 20:21.35. He was followed by Omar Heredia 6th in 20:32.48, Juan Cumatz 10th in 21:00.41, Adan Topete 21st in 21:50.61, Vicente Lopez 24th in 22:41.83, Juan Castro 40th in 26:33.73, and Alexander Diaz 46th in 28:09.53. In the team competition, the Fillmore Junior Varsity team finished in second.

The Varsity Girls followed. They were led by Nataly Vigil who finished in second place. Her time was 20:16.93. She was followed by Niza Laureano 3rd in 20:28.66, Andrea Laureano 5th in 21:17.29, Diana Santa Rosa 9th in 21:46.18, Leah Barragan 11th in 22:34.03, Alexandra Martinez 13th in 22:40.67, and Monique Hurtado 22nd in 23:40.40. In the team competition, the Varsity Girls finished in first place.

The Varsity Boys were led by sophomore Eduardo Vigil. Eddie ran a great race and looked strong throughout finishing in second place in a time of 17:02.46. He was followed by Nicholas Hurtado 10th in 18:02.69, Joshua Estrada 13th in 18:12.01, Angel Garcia 14th in 18:14.75, Diego Ramirez 16th in 18:24.36, and Angel Laureano 18th in 18:39.62. In the team competition, Fillmore captured 1st place.

In the girls Junior Varsity Lorena Rangel Perez led all finishers posting a time of 23:04.07. She was followed by Liliana Montejano who finished in second in 23:42.55, Cassandra Valdovinos 5th in 24:34.32, Tiffany Velasco 10th in 25:22.62, Miley Tello 13th in 25:58.66, Luz Castaneda Navarro 15th in 27:13.77, Jacqueline Olivares 17th in 27:19.36, Natalie Perez 22nd in 27:52.04, Jannet Vega 28th in 29:27.60, Alexa Martinez 30th in 30:10.93, and Christine Nguyen 33rd in 31:34.13. In the team competition the Fillmore girls finished in first.

The Flashes cross country teams will now travel to Walnut, California on Friday, October 21st to compete in the Mt. SAC Invitational. This meet will start around noon.

 
Last Friday, October 14th, the Flashes traveled to Carpinteria High School and defeated them with a final score of 41 - 7. The Flashes record is 6 – 2 overall and 2 – 0 for league. Fillmore will play away this Friday, October 21st, for a league game against Hueneme High School at JV- 4pm & Varsity - 7pm.
Last Friday, October 14th, the Flashes traveled to Carpinteria High School and defeated them with a final score of 41 - 7. The Flashes record is 6 – 2 overall and 2 – 0 for league. Fillmore will play away this Friday, October 21st, for a league game against Hueneme High School at JV- 4pm & Varsity - 7pm.
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Congratulations to the Girls for such a great accomplishment and for the continuous efforts in getting better. Picture of the players and coaches who participated. Top: HC Jr Lomeli, Anna Cast, Kenia Hernandez, Bella Mendez, Christine Beltran, Siani Lomeli, Sadie Manriquez, AC Tony Mendez. Bottom: Toni Cervantez, Aixa Lomeli, Aaliyah Cervantez, Itzel Arana, Eden Sandoval, Marianah Arriola. Photo Credit Rosanna Lomeli.
Congratulations to the Girls for such a great accomplishment and for the continuous efforts in getting better. Picture of the players and coaches who participated. Top: HC Jr Lomeli, Anna Cast, Kenia Hernandez, Bella Mendez, Christine Beltran, Siani Lomeli, Sadie Manriquez, AC Tony Mendez. Bottom: Toni Cervantez, Aixa Lomeli, Aaliyah Cervantez, Itzel Arana, Eden Sandoval, Marianah Arriola. Photo Credit Rosanna Lomeli.
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On August 13th, 2022 the 9U Girls team (2013G team) for Fillmore Non-profit Club Soccer Organization named California United Futbol Club, was crowned Champions in the Oaks FC Summer Cup. The team beat LAFC Gold with a final score of 3-0 in the championship game. Goals were scored by Siani Lomeli, Bella Mendez and Kenia Hernandez. One assist was recorded by Siani Lomeli. Goalkeeper Aaliyah Cervantez recorded only 2 goals scored in the entire tournament. The team has not only made the club proud but also the Community of Fillmore. To be able to compete at a high level competitively with local talent and with all volunteer work is something to comment on.

 
Photos credit Crystal Gurrola.
Photos credit Crystal Gurrola.
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