Photo courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
Photo courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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On Saturday, the Fillmore boys and girls Varsity cross country teams traveled to Riverside. There they competed on the same course they will run on for both the CIF Division 4 Southern Section Prelims and Finals. The fairly flat Course is 3.0 miles and is run on an abandoned golf course (dry, dusty, not green). Fillmore athletes competed against 33 other teams.

Seven girls toed the line at 10:15 a.m. in the Division 2 race. Under hot, dusty, and dry conditions, Nicole Gonzalez was the top finisher for the Flashes running to a 105th place finish in a time of 22:11.6. She was followed by Angelica Herrera 115th in 22:41.3, Alianna Tapia 121st in23:00.9, Jasmine Vegas 127th in 23:10.3, Syenna Ponce 133rd in 23:30.2, Lorena Perez 136th in 24:12, and Giselle Perez 140th in 25:03.8.

The seven Varsity boys toed the line 15 minutes later under similar conditions. Davis Flores led the Fillmore contingent running to 26th place in 16:09.7. He was followed by Fabian Del Villar 28th in 16:12.1, Erick Gutierrez 38th in 16:18.9, Michael Camilo Torres 56th in 16:39, Alex Manzo 62nd 16:42.8, Jesse Martinez 63rd in 16:43.3 and Rey Laureano 68th in 16:50.9. The top five scorers were separated by 33.1 seconds and finished sixth in the team competition. Medal winners were Davis Flores, Fabian Del Villar, and Erick Gutierrez.

Fillmore also ran in the boys Junior Varsity Race and was led by race winner Jesse De La Cruz. Jesse captured first place in a winning time of 16:39.3. He was followed by Matthew Munoz 6th in 17:33.4, Dave Bustos 14th in 17:53.6, James Flores 25th in 18:12.3, Juan Carlos Laureano 32nd in 18:20 and Andres Gonzalez 88th in 19:52.2. This was the best finish for a Fillmore team, as they captured the team title, and in the process outran 18 other teams. Medal winners in this race were Jesse De La Cruz, Matthew Munoz, James Flores and Juan Carlos Laureano.

The Flashes teams will next compete on their home course at Elkins Golf Course on November 7th. This meet is scheduled to start at 3:30 P.M. The course is run over a mostly grass surface with some paved paths. There are two very challenging hills. This meet is the final Citrus Coast League Meet that will determine League Champions, Team Championships, and Varsity Teams that will represent our League at Division 4 SS CIF Finals. Come out and cheer for us.

 


 
On Saturday, October 19th the Fillmore Raiders Youth Football & Cheer held their 2019 Homecoming at Fillmore High School Football Stadium. Pictured above is this year’s 2019 Homecoming court, along with their Grand Marshall (centered) Danny Nunez being recognized for his 50th year of commitment to the program. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
On Saturday, October 19th the Fillmore Raiders Youth Football & Cheer held their 2019 Homecoming at Fillmore High School Football Stadium. Pictured above is this year’s 2019 Homecoming court, along with their Grand Marshall (centered) Danny Nunez being recognized for his 50th year of commitment to the program. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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Danny Nunez, Raiders Grand Marshal for 50th year of commitment to Fillmore's youth.
Danny Nunez, Raiders Grand Marshal for 50th year of commitment to Fillmore's youth.
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Congratulations to the Fillmore Raiders Sophomore football team who finished their regular season undefeated this past Saturday with a record 7 – 0. Photo courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
Congratulations to the Fillmore Raiders Sophomore football team who finished their regular season undefeated this past Saturday with a record 7 – 0. Photo courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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Part 2 of 2
Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola
Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola
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Submitted By Nancy Vaca

#californiaunitedfc
Saturday, October 19th and Sunday, October 20th 2019:
California United FC Girls 2011 Bronze North
Saturday, October 19th: California United 1-5 Aztecs
Goal: Destiny Segura
Assist: Viany Rubio
Overall Record: 1-6-1

California United FC Boys 2010 Bronze Alpha
Saturday, October 19th: California United 4-1 Coastal Valley DSJ
Goals: Jose Magana 2, Nathan Lepe 1, and Isaac Torres 1
Assist: Jose Magana and Nathan Lepe
Overall Record: 2-6-1

California United FC Black Girls 2008 Bronze Beta
Saturday, October 19th: California United 14-0 Torino
Goals: Heidi Zamora 1, Stephanie Mora 2, Sydney Nunnery 3(hat trick), Nicole Lopez 2, Olivia Weinerth 1, Carla Salcedo 2, Umi Agraz 1, Serena Montiel 1, and Natalia Bautista 1
Assist: Heidi Zamora 1, Kaya Haddox 3, Carla Salcedo 1, Serena Montiel 2 and Natalia Bautista 2
Shutout: Sydney Nunnery
Overall Record: 6-1-2

California United FC Girls 2008 Bronze Beta
Sunday, October 20th: California United 5-0 Santa Barbara SC White
Goals: Lizbeth Mendez 2, Valerie Rubio 1, Leanna Villa 1 and Alondra Leon 1
Assist: Valerie Rubio, Jazleen Vaca, and Leanna Villa
Overall Record: 5-1-3

California United FC Boys 2008 Bronze Rho
Saturday, October 19th: California United 6-0 Torino
Goals: Jesus Canchola 2, Julio Ballesteros 1, Christian Solis 1, Nathaniel Negrete 1, and Jayden Guzman 1
Assist: Jesus Canchola, Christian Ramirez, and Jaycob Guzman
Shutout: Julian Medina and Diego Nungaray
Overall Record: 8-0-1

California United FC Girls 2006 Silver North
Saturday, October 19th: California United 4-1 New Image Premier Blue Devils
Goals: Athena Sanchez 3 (hat trick), and Karissa Terrazas 1
Assist: Karissa Terrazas
Overall Record: 4-3-0

California United FC Boys 2003 Bronze Alpha: BYE-NO GAMES

California United FC Girls 2001 Silver Elite North: Saturday, October 19th: GAME CANCELLED – RESCHEDUED - Opponent: BOCA JR’s LA

Oxnard County Soccer League
2012 Boys
Saturday, October 19th: California United 0-11Oxnard Warriors
Overall Record: 0-7-0

Pacific Coast Soccer League
2013 Girls
Sunday, October 20th: California United 2-0 California Warriors
Goals: Mariahna Arreola 1, and Siani Lomeli
Shutout: Itzel Arana
Overall Record: 1-4-1

 

A note from tennis Coach Lolita Bowman

We have completed a total of three matches since my last article in the paper. The scores are as follows: Fillmore 5, Santa Paula 13, Fillmore 1, Malibu 17, Fillmore 0, Carpinteria 18. The line-up for the Santa Paula match was the following: singles players from one to the number three position Emila Magdaleno, Heillyn Burr, and Maritza Campos. Doubles teams were Melissa Higuera/Rosalyn Diaz, Eveleen Lizarrage/Sofia Cardenas, and Ashlin Rodriguez/Erika Anguiano, and secret weapon team Samantha Pacheco (Sam)/Jennifer Carrillo. The score of only three points does not really represent the effort that the girls put into these tough matches. Singles players Emilia, Heillyn, and Maritza had close scores where the match could have gone either way. Playing against Santa Paula is also a challenge as we are not accustomed to the windy conditions at the courts. We will be playing against Santa Paula again on the 24th of October, so we will see if the girls redeem themselves. I can tell you, as usual, that I am so pleased with the skill level and the competitive spirit instilled in this team. They play their best! Scoring points for Fillmore that day was singles player Emilia, doubles teams Melissa/ Rosalyn, Eveleen/Sofia, and Ashlin/Erika. Great job girls! The next match that was played was against the seasoned team of Malibu high school. Number one singles player Heillyn Burr scored the solo point for Malibu. Sam and Jennifer were also playing singles that day playing their best against their tough opponents. Sam was pleased with her tennis that day, “I was surprised at how well I was rallying coach.” I can say that Samantha and some other girls have been staying after practice to put some extra time in. This effort has definitely paid off. Doubles teams Rosalyn/Erika, and Eveleen/Maritza came close to winning their sets with scores of 6-3, 6-4, and 6-3. As mentioned, these matches can go either way as the scores are close. I tell them to simply hit the ball sooner when they are up against opponents who can hit the ball hard and fast. Next time girls! After this match, the team enjoyed a picnic with an incredible orange, pink, and yellow sunset and ocean view in the background. The next match that was played was against Carpinteria high school on October 17. We did not score any points during that particular match, however, many games were won, including some close scores where either player could have been victorious. The line-up for this match was the following: Singles-Heillyn, Jimena Cortes, and Sam, Doubles-Melissa/Eveleen, Rosalyn/Sofia, Maritza/Erika, and secret weapon doubles team Kira Martinez/Anneleise Asfour. Heillyn came close to winning as her scores were 6-4, 6-3, and 6-3. Paola Ruiz, and Jennifer also played singles that day. Player Paola Ruiz expressed joy, “I had some long rallies coach!” I told her that I was absolutely impressed with her play. “I think the other girl said she has been playing for a few years,” Paola said to me. At times, I encourage the girls to have conversations after the match is over to realize the difference in the amount of experience that their opponent may possess. As our team in Fillmore is nascent, they can look forward to playing as well as some of their opponents in the future with hard work. In the end, the finals will be held at Pepperdine University on October 28, and 30. I will be taking the top six players to that event. This year I have a large pool of good players to choose from. At times some of the girls have to miss out on playing a match as school always comes first; especially an important exam day. We will see who will be chosen. The girls may have the opportunity to play against a previous opponent as this event will be including the entire league of teams: Fillmore, Malibu, Carpinteria, Santa Paula, Nordoff, and Hueneme. We will have to put up with enjoying the incredible view of a sunset and vast ocean as the finals take place. All for now, and thank you so much for following the Fillmore high school girls tennis news.

 
On Friday, October 18th the Fillmore Flashes Cross Country Team split up the squads and ran extremely well. Pictured is a group of 10 Flashes Cross Country runners who competed at Woodward Park in Fresno for a preview run for the State Championship Meet to take place in November. Photo courtesy Coach Kim Tafoya.
On Friday, October 18th the Fillmore Flashes Cross Country Team split up the squads and ran extremely well. Pictured is a group of 10 Flashes Cross Country runners who competed at Woodward Park in Fresno for a preview run for the State Championship Meet to take place in November. Photo courtesy Coach Kim Tafoya.
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On Friday, a group of 10 boys traveled to Woodward Park in Fresno for a preview run /race over the same course they have set a goal of competing on for the State Championship Meet in November. 249 competitors toed the line for the start of the small school division (1,750 or less) at the Rough Rider Invitational. This was Fillmore’s first foray into this 40 plus year classic. On another note, the Varsity Boys are currently ranked as the 3rd team in the Division 4 Southern Section Rankings posted on 10/21.

Fillmore boys won the race in a tight team battle with Calaveras Redskins from the Sac-Joaquin Section, a Division 4 School. Leading the Flashes was Camilo Epitacio Torres capturing 14th place in 16:48.2. He was supported by his teammates Rey Laureano 20th in 16:54.7, Davis Flores 22nd in 16:55.6, Alex Manzo 24th in 16:57.2, Erick Gutierrez 26th in 17:04, Jesus Martinez 29th in 17:07.8, Jesse De La Cruz 37th in 17:11.8, Juan Carlos Laureano 41st in 17:17.7, Matthew Munoz 61st in 17:45.8, and David Bustos 81st 18:14.1. The top five finishers was separated by a mere 15.8 seconds. They were awarded a team trophy. Camilo, Rey, Davis, and Alex were individual medal winners.

The second group of athletes traveled to Ojai and competed in the Ventura County Cross Country Cross Country Championship Meet on Saturday. Fillmore fielded one complete team and several individual competitors.

David Reyes started off the morning for the Flashes as the lone competitor in the boys Freshman Race. David placed 23rd in a time of 21:38.5, a 2 minute 14. 4 second improvement for him on this course. He was our first medal winner on the day.

The Frosh/Soph Girls followed and Lorena Rangel Perez led the Fillmore group of four placing 17th in a time of 23:24.7. She was followed by Liliana Montejano 29th in 25:08, Daisy Guerrero 34th in 27:10.3, and Citlalli Trujillo Valencia 44th in 33:12.9. Lorena was an individual medal winner.

Two girls competed in the Varsity Girls Race. Leading the way, as she has all year, was Senior Vanessa Avila. She placed 3rd in the Small School Division in a time of 19:58.2 and was awarded an individual medal. This is a personal best on this course for Vanessa. Fellow Senior Eva Vieyra followed in 44th in 25:39.1.

The Varsity Boys were led by Andres Gonzalez who finished in 37th in 18:45.6. Bryan Sanchez followed 43rd in 19:47, and Anthony Estrella 49th in 22:19.3.

In the Sophomore Boys Race, Fillmore ran a scoring team. They were led to second place team finish in the small school division by James Flores who placed 6th in 18:37.4. He was followed by Brandon Gonzalez 11th in 19:32.2, Nathen Hurtado 13th in 19:48, Isaac Mercado 27th in 22:29.8, and Luke Hernandez 28th in 22:34. Their second place finished was awarded with a team plaque. James, Brandon and Nathen were medal winners.

The final race of the day the Junior Varsity Girls featured Fillmore’s best finish for an individual. Nicole Gonzalez led the charge with a first place finish in the Small School competition posting a time of 22:11. She was followed by Syenna Ponce who finished in 9th in a time of 24:42. Both girls were medal winners.

The Flashes will next travel to Riverside and participate in the Riverside Invitation on Saturday.

 
(above) Fillmore Flashes JV #6 leaps into the air to make the touchdown catch and score for the Flashes. The Flashes got back in the win column this week, with their 38-0 win over the Hueneme Vikings on Saturday night. Even with the odd schedule predicated by Edison shutting off power, the Flashes defense stood strong with interceptions by junior DB Ty Wyand and senior linebacker Dylan Crawford. Ty Wyand and sophomore safety Phillip Cervantez also had fumble returns for touchdowns on defense. On offense, senior running back Bryce Nunez ran for 115 yards and a touchdown, while junior receiver Dylan Sierra added 7 catches for 80 yards and a touchdown. Lastly, Flashes JV defeated Hueneme with a final score of 28 to 6. JV will host Nordhoff Thursday, October 17th at 5pm. Next week the Flashes Varsity will be off this week. Their next game is on 11/1 at Santa Paula. Submitted by Coach Sean Miller, photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
(above) Fillmore Flashes JV #6 leaps into the air to make the touchdown catch and score for the Flashes. The Flashes got back in the win column this week, with their 38-0 win over the Hueneme Vikings on Saturday night. Even with the odd schedule predicated by Edison shutting off power, the Flashes defense stood strong with interceptions by junior DB Ty Wyand and senior linebacker Dylan Crawford. Ty Wyand and sophomore safety Phillip Cervantez also had fumble returns for touchdowns on defense. On offense, senior running back Bryce Nunez ran for 115 yards and a touchdown, while junior receiver Dylan Sierra added 7 catches for 80 yards and a touchdown. Lastly, Flashes JV defeated Hueneme with a final score of 28 to 6. JV will host Nordhoff Thursday, October 17th at 5pm. Next week the Flashes Varsity will be off this week. Their next game is on 11/1 at Santa Paula. Submitted by Coach Sean Miller, photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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Varsity’s #7 Dylan Sierra catching the touchdown pass before a Hueneme player could try and stop him in their
game against Hueneme last week.
Varsity’s #7 Dylan Sierra catching the touchdown pass before a Hueneme player could try and stop him in their game against Hueneme last week.
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Fillmore High School Boys took second place at the Nike Portland Invitational. Photos courtesy Coach Kim Tafoya.
Fillmore High School Boys took second place at the Nike Portland Invitational. Photos courtesy Coach Kim Tafoya.
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Fillmore Girls Cross Country Team Competes at Meet
Pictured is Flashes Sophomore Angelica Herrera who finished 30th with a time of 22.26.4 at the Nike Portland Invitational
last Wednesday, October 9th.
Pictured is Flashes Sophomore Angelica Herrera who finished 30th with a time of 22.26.4 at the Nike Portland Invitational last Wednesday, October 9th.
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On Wednesday, October 9th, several members of the Fillmore Cross Country Team competed at Lake Casitas in Ojai in the Twilight Invitational. The meet was held over a challenging hilly course adjacent to the Lake. There were 4 races, a boys and girls1.9 mile, and a boys and girls 3 mile. Fillmore athletes competed in 3 of the races.

Two Fillmore athletes competed in the second race on the short 1.9 mile course. They first finisher for Fillmore was Daisy Guerrero who finished in 145th in a time of 16:44. She was followed by Wendy Ciciliano 179th in 18:24.1.

The second race of the day was the boys long race where all competitors regardless of grade level or school size competed at the same time. Thirteen schools and 182 competitors toed the line. Once again, Camilo Torres led the Flashes finishing in 6th place in a time of 16:31.2. He was followed by Jesus Martinez 8th in 16:36.8, Davis Flores 11th in 16:42.4, Erick Gutierrez 12th in 16:46, Rey Laureano 14th in 16:49.9, Alex Manzo19th in 17:09.2, and Fabian Del Villar 20th in 17:10.8. The top five finishers for Fillmore were separated by a mere 18.2 seconds. This is an excellent team grouping that propelled The Fillmore Boys Cross Country team to a team victory. The other Fillmore competitors who also ran well were Juan Carlos Laureano 29th in 17:28.30, David Bustos 32nd 17:35.6, Matthew Munoz 48th in 18:09.3, Luis Castaneda 59th in 18:29.6, James Flores 60th in 18:30.7, Eneyin Ortega 71st in 18:59.6, Andres Gonzalez 84th in 19:18.3, Nathen Hurtado 90th in 19:29, Bryan Sanchez 93rd in 19:36.3, Daniel Martinez 94th in 19:36.5, Brandon Gonzalez 104th in 19:50.5, Theodore Ebell 148th in 21:46.9, Anthony Estrella 1159th in 22:38.9, David Reyes 160th in 22:47.4, Luke Hernandez 174th in 24:59.9, and Nick Hurtado 175th in 25:26.8. As a team, the boy’s team finished in first among all teams and the top seven boys were awarded individual medals.

The 3.0 mile Girls race followed, 11 teams competed with a total of 103 runners. Vanessa Avila ran in the top position for most of the race before finishing well and claiming the third spot in a time of 20:06.6. Vanessa was followed by teammate Nicole Gonzalez 10th in 20:59.5, Syenna Ponce 22nd in 22:03.6, Angelica Herrera 30th in 22:26.4, Jasmine Vega 32nd in 22:36.5, Natalie Cobian 61st in 24:06.3. Lorena Perez-Rangel 67th in 24:24.7, Eva Vieyra 83rd in 27:57.0, Anahi Pascual 88th in 26:47.1, Liliana Montejano 89th in 26:48.7, Emma Ortiz 95th in 27:59.8, and Isabel De La Cruz 98th in 28:21.0. The girls finished in a second place tie in the team competition. The top 5 Fillmore athletes were awarded individual finishers medals.

The Cross Country teams will next compete on Tuesday in Ojai at Lake Casitas on the same 3.0 mile course. This will be the second of the 3 meets in the Citrus Coastal League that will determine four League Championships and CIF Varsity teams and individual postseason competitors. Start time is 3:30.

 
 
Pictured is a California United 2006 Girls Silver North player as she tries to make her way past the defense and up the field in their game against LA Surf. Photos courtesy Rebecca Halcon.
Pictured is a California United 2006 Girls Silver North player as she tries to make her way past the defense and up the field in their game against LA Surf. Photos courtesy Rebecca Halcon.
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Submitted by Nancy Vaca, #californiaunitedfc

California United Coast Soccer League Game Scores for Saturday, October 12 and Sunday, October 13:
California United FC Girls 2011 Bronze North - GAME CANCELLED

California United FC Boys 2010 Bronze Alpha
Saturday, October 12 - California United 0-4 Barcelona Santa Paula
Overall Record: 1-6-1

California United FC Black Girls 2008 Bronze Beta
Sunday, October 13 - California United 0-3 California Warriors RP
Overall Record: 5-1-2

California United FC Girls 2008 Bronze Beta
Saturday, October 12 - California United 9-0 Torino
Goals: Lizbeth Mendez (5), Nevaeh Nappi (1), Alondra Leon (1), and Sara Diaz (2)
Assist: Valerie Rubio (3), Nathalia Orosco (2), Leanna Villa (1), and Sara Diaz (1)
Shutout: Delila Ramirez
Overall Record: 4-1-3

California United FC Boys 2008 Bronze Rho
Sunday, October 13 - California United 4-0 Xolos Academy FC Oxnard
Goals: Jesus Canchola (1), Christian Solis (2), and Juan Medina (1)
Shutout: Julian Medina and Diego Nungaray
Overall Record: 7-0-1

California United FC Girls 2006 Silver North - Saturday October 12 - GAME CANCELLED

Sunday, October 13 - California United 0-1 LA Surf SO G06
Overall Record: 3-3-0

California United FC Boys 2003 Bronze Alpha
Sunday, October 13 - California United 10-1 LA Galaxy CV B03 White
Goals: Adrian Perez (2), John Laureano (1), Javier Mendez (1), Noe Garza (1), Adolfo Garza (2), Diego Alcaraz (2), and Gerardo Palmerin (1)
Assist: Adrian Perez (1), John Laureano (1), Noe Garza (1), Adolfo Garza (2), Arnulfo Zepeda (4), and Gerardo Palmerin (1)
Overall Record: 7-1-0

California United FC Girls 2001 Silver Elite North
Saturday, October 12 - California United -1 Oxnard United SC White
Goal: Ari Ocegueda
Assist: Adri Salas

Sunday, October 13 - California United 1-4 Newbury Park SC Panthers
Goal: Nailea Gaytan
Assist: Adriana Salas
Overall Record: 3-3-3

Oxnard County Soccer League
2012 Boys
Saturday, October 12 - California United 0-11
Overall Record: 0-6-0

Pacific Coast Soccer League
2013 Girls
Sunday, October 13 - California United 0-7 Boca Jrs
Overall Record: 0-4-1

 
Last Friday, the Fillmore Flashes suffered their first loss with a 35-6 loss against Nordhoff high school, taking their overall record to 6-1 and their league record to 1-1. On defense, senior linebacker David Tovar and junior defensive back Ty Wyand both had interceptions while sophomore safety Phillip Cervantez led the team with 6 tackles. On offense, senior receiver Ryan Gonzalez had 7 receptions for 81 yards. Freshman receiver Ray Alcantar had the only touchdown of the game, a 5 yard reception from senior Quarterback Jared Schieferle who finished with 113 yards passing. Next week the Flashes continue their league schedule at home at 7pm vs. Hueneme High School. Story Submitted By Coach Sean Miller. Photos Courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
Last Friday, the Fillmore Flashes suffered their first loss with a 35-6 loss against Nordhoff high school, taking their overall record to 6-1 and their league record to 1-1. On defense, senior linebacker David Tovar and junior defensive back Ty Wyand both had interceptions while sophomore safety Phillip Cervantez led the team with 6 tackles. On offense, senior receiver Ryan Gonzalez had 7 receptions for 81 yards. Freshman receiver Ray Alcantar had the only touchdown of the game, a 5 yard reception from senior Quarterback Jared Schieferle who finished with 113 yards passing. Next week the Flashes continue their league schedule at home at 7pm vs. Hueneme High School. Story Submitted By Coach Sean Miller. Photos Courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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California United’s 2008 Girls Bronze Beta’s #24 Alondra Leon pulls back the ball as she tries to get past the defense, while #12 Leanna Villa tries to help her teammate. Photos courtesy Susan Torres and Erika Arana.
California United’s 2008 Girls Bronze Beta’s #24 Alondra Leon pulls back the ball as she tries to get past the defense, while #12 Leanna Villa tries to help her teammate. Photos courtesy Susan Torres and Erika Arana.
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California United Coast Soccer League Game Scores
Submitted by Nancy Vaca (#californiaunitedfc)

Saturday October 5 and Sunday October 6
California United FC Girls 2011 Bronze North
Sunday, October 6: California United 0-3 Juggle the Words Ole Black
Overall Record: 1-5-1

California United FC Boys 2010 Bronze Alpha
Sunday, October 6: California United 2-2 Ventura FC Borussia Dortm
Goals: Nathan Lepe
Assist: Jose Magana and Abel Arana
Overall Record: 1-5-1

California United FC Black Girls 2008 Bronze Beta
Saturday, October 5: California United Black 2-1 California United FC
Goals: Stephanie Mora, and Prisha Kanji
Assist: Serena Monteil
Overall Record: 5-0-2

California United FC Girls 2008 Bronze Beta
Saturday, October 5: California United 1-2 California United FC Black
Goal: Naveah Nappi
Assist: Jazleen Vaca

Sunday, October 6: California United 6 - 2 California Warriors RP
Goals: Valerie Rubio 2, Lizbeth Mendez 3 (Hat Trick), and Jazleen Vaca 1
Assist: Naveah Nappi 1, Lizbeth Mendez 1 and Valerie Rubio 2
Overall Record: 3-1-3

California United FC Boys 2008 Bronze Rho
Saturday, October 5: California United 3-1 Simi Valley Premier White
Goals: Jesus Canchola 2, and Christian Solis 1
Assist: Jayden Guzman and Nathaniel Negrete
Overall Record: 6-0-1

California United FC Girls 2006 Silver North
Saturday, October 5: California United 3-2 South Valley G06 Herrera
Goals: Jadon Rodriguez 2, Karissa Terrazas 1
Overall Record: 3-2-0

California United FC Boys 2003 Bronze Alpha
Sunday, October 6: California United 1-5 Central Coast UTD White
Goal: Diego Alcaraz
Overall Record: 6-1-0

California United FC Girls 2001 Silver Elite North
Sunday, October 6: California United 4-1 Granada United FC G01
Goals: Adriana Salas 3 and Sasha Franco 1
Overall Record: 3-2-2
Oxnard County Soccer League
2012 Boys
Saturday, October 5: California Unite0-8 Jalisco
Overall Record: 0-5-0

Pacific Coast Soccer League
2013 Girls
Sunday, October 6: California Unite0-2 TFA
Overall Record: 0-3-1

 
Pictured above is James Zellmer taking his opponent to the mat in his match at Balboa Middle School last week, James finished with a record 1-0. Last week the Fillmore Middle School Bulldogs Wrestling Team competed at Balboa Middle School in Ventura, the results are as follows: Devin Camacho 0-1, Erik Castaneda 0-1, Jonathan Patino 1-0, James Zellmer 1-0, Delilah Cervantez 0-1, Natalia Herrera 1-0, Amalia Nolan 1-0 (pin), Emma Torres 1-0 (pin). The team competed against athletes representing Balboa, Isbell, and Sinaloa middle schools. The team will next compete at Isbell Middle School. [Story and photos courtesy Coach Michael Torres]
Pictured above is James Zellmer taking his opponent to the mat in his match at Balboa Middle School last week, James finished with a record 1-0. Last week the Fillmore Middle School Bulldogs Wrestling Team competed at Balboa Middle School in Ventura, the results are as follows: Devin Camacho 0-1, Erik Castaneda 0-1, Jonathan Patino 1-0, James Zellmer 1-0, Delilah Cervantez 0-1, Natalia Herrera 1-0, Amalia Nolan 1-0 (pin), Emma Torres 1-0 (pin). The team competed against athletes representing Balboa, Isbell, and Sinaloa middle schools. The team will next compete at Isbell Middle School. [Story and photos courtesy Coach Michael Torres]
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Submitted by Coach Tanya Gonzales.

October 1st, 2019 the Fillmore Flashes Girls Volleyball team traveled to Carpinteria. Final Scores: Frosh/Soph won 25-17, 25-
20, JV lost in 3, 21-25, 26-24, 13-15 and Varsity lost in 4 sets, 21-25, 17-25, 25-18, 22-25. Standout players were Emma Ocegueda with 30 digs, Tori Gonzalez with 20 digs and 9 kills, Nathalia Magana had 16 assists and 6 digs, then Olivia Palazuelos with 7 kills and 5 blocks.

October 3rd 2019 the Flashes played at Nordhoff whose varsity is undefeated in league. Final Scores: Frosh/Soph lost 19-25, 12-25, JV won 13-25, 25-22, 17-15, Varsity 5-25, 12-25, 5-25. Standout player was Alexis Sanchez had 10 digs for the night.

 
Photos courtesy Coach Lolita Bowman.
Photos courtesy Coach Lolita Bowman.
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A note from Coach Lolita Bowman:

Girls varsity tennis played against Carpinteria high school. The final score was Fillmore 3, Carpinteria 17. Fillmore singles players Emilia Magdaleno, Melissa Higuera, and doubles team Eveleen Lizarraga and Heilynn Burr scored the three points for Fillmore. We also played against Nordoff high school on October 3. The final score was Fillmore 1, Nordoff 17. Doubles team Melissa Higuera and Rosalyn Diaz scored the solo point. These two teams were tough to play against. Even so, I can tell you again that the coaches from Carpinteria and Nordoff were absolutely impressed with the integrity and the skill level of the Fillmore girls. The coaches typically react in disbelief as I explain that they have only been playing tennis for 3-6 months. I think the girls on the team are discovering a little about themselves as they win some and lose some of the matches played. I remind them all of the time that they didn’t even know how to play up until a few months ago. Now, some of them are beating girls that have been playing for years. That is an accomplishment! This team is competitive and play they their best when they hit the courts. Melissa Higuera is playing on the tennis team for her second season. I hope she returns for a third season! Like sophomore Melissa, I have a young team this year consisting of many freshman and sophomore girls. If I get lucky, next year’s focus will be on strategy and slicing the ball. So, if you are a young girl hoping to be on the team next year, there may be some competition to gain a spot on the team. I know the city of Ventura offers tennis lessons to youth; maybe Fillmore will catch up on that idea. Fillmore competes against Santa Paula on October 8, ad the 24th. Come support the girls. There is plenty of standing room on the sidewalk to watch the girls play. Bring a chair and a snack to enjoy the show. Thank you again to the supportive parents and to the great bus drivers, especially Joyce, for transporting us to the matches.

 
Pictured above are the Flashes as they set up to hike the ball during Friday’s game against Carpinteria. FHS Senior Jared Schieferle led the Flashes in throwing 311 yards breaking a school record and 4 touchdowns.
Pictured above are the Flashes as they set up to hike the ball during Friday’s game against Carpinteria. FHS Senior Jared Schieferle led the Flashes in throwing 311 yards breaking a school record and 4 touchdowns.
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Submitted By Coach Sean Miller

Last Friday, the Fillmore Flashes opened up league play with a 47-0 win against Carpinteria High school, improving their overall record to 6-0 and their league record to 1-0. Senior Quarterback Jared Schieferle led the way on offense, throwing for 311 yards and 4 touchdowns. Senior RB Bryce Nunez added 110 yards on the ground and 2 touchdowns. Senior Wide Receiver/Defensive back Ryan Gonzalez did it all for the Flashes, catching 4 passes for 238 yards receiving and 2 touchdowns, he added another touchdown on defense with a 60 yard interception return. They defense posted another shutout, thanks to senior linebackers David Julian, who led the team with 6 total tackles, and David Tovar who had a sack and an interception. Senior Defensive End Tyler Coert also added two sacks to the winning effort.

Next week the Flashes continue their league schedule away at 7pm vs. Nordhoff High School.