The Fillmore High School Men’s Volleyball season is underway! The Flashes, led by team captains Nathan Zavala and Jorge Ruiz, travelled to Oxnard to challenge the Pacifica Tritons on Tuesday, February 28th. The boys spread 60 points over three matches, but were unable to come away with a win. Cameron Reilley powered the offense with some fantastic kills thanks to the excellent setting ability of junior Micah Chumley. The JV squad looked to be in mid-season form as they took two of three matches – and the win – to start their season. Standouts for the JV squad include hard-hitting Eddie Vergara with four spikes and consistently solid serves from co-captain Jordan “Turbo” Carillo.

On Wednesday, February 29th, Pacifica paid the Flashes a visit in return, and promptly beat the Varsity Flashes in three straight matches. The boys played extremely well, but were unable to block some powerful spikes from one of the talented Tritons. Saul “Twitch” Lopez looked good hitting and blocking for the Flashes, and James Farr showed some hustle getting to some difficult balls. The Pacifica JV team returned the favor to our JV boys, beating them by the same score the Flashes hung up on them. It was an extremely exciting finish, but the JV Flashes dropped the third and deciding match, 15-13.

Our third match of the week pitted our beloved Flashes against the hard-hitting boys from Channel Islands High. Our varsity squad entered the game filled with confidence. Why shouldn’t they? Even though they were 0-2 coming into the game, the varsity Flashes looked very polished and focused. Unfortunately, that confidence vanished after a few unforced errors pushed the boys into an unexpected loss, 25-17 in the first match. The boys rallied gamely, but were unable to muster much more over the following two matches, and dropped to 0-3 on the season. The junior varsity boys kicked it back into gear, providing a spark for Fillmore that promises for a very fun season. Blaine Aviles shined bright for our squad, getting a few kills and showing off a deceptively strong serve.

The Fillmore Flashes Men’s Volleyball squad hits the road the week of March 5-9, bringing some tough competition to Carpinteria on Tuesday and Oaks Christian on Thursday. Your next opportunity to come cheer for our boys will be March 13th when Bishop Diego pays us a visit, and March 15th as Nordhoff tests our mettle. The boys would love to have a throng of cheering fans behind them as they faced these teams, so come to the gym! JV games start at 5pm with varsity to follow. Let’s go Fillmore! Let’s go Flashes!

 


 

Friday February 24th was the first annual Fillmore High School Sports Hall Of Fame Golf Tournament at Elkins Ranch Golf Course in the great town of Fillmore. We had sixty seven golfers play at the tournament in a four person Texas Scramble. That is when you have a team of four, or in one case for us a team of three golfers all take a shot, but you play the best shot from the team. It makes it great for the not so good golfers to still have a great time.

This was the first time The Hall Of Fame had a golf tournament. The people that played all had one great day of
fun and golf. We had Hall Of Famers play. Jim Schilemer class of 1946, Roger Palmer class of 1955, Mike Marostica
class of 1965, Steve Dann class of 1975, Kirk Richter class of 1977, Kevin Gross class of 1979, David Pillado class of 1979, David Miller class of 1980, Steve Hope class of 1983, Chad VanWinkle class of 1990, Jamie Arundell-Latshaw class of 1993, and Chris Goodenough class of 1996.

The golfers all came together at Elkins Golf Ranch at 9:30 a.m. to check in and get warmed up on the driving range and the putting greens. They were greeted in the parking lot by the young men and women of The Fillmore High School Sports Hall Of Fame Club. At the check in table the golfers received a goody bag of nice things donated to The Hall Of Fame. They had a chance to buy tickets for a raffle, and for a chance for a two year lease on a new Chevy Volt car donated by Wm. L. Morris in Fillmore, if they could make a hole in one on
the seventh hole. Nobody made the hole in one by the way.

Then it was time for golf! The golfers climbed into their carts and took off to their starting spots. It was a great sunny day for golf, with some mild wind to deal with. They good times were on all the faces of the golfers on the course. The ones that knew each other, it was like a family reunion with golf. But by the end of the day we all made new friends, and we had a chance to catch up with the old ones.

At the end of the day of golf, the players and some guests were served a great tri-tip dinner with all the fixings. Cooked up by the fine folks at Elkins Ranch. We raffled off some great door prizes from businesses here in Fillmore.

The winners of the First Annual Fillmore High School Sports Hall Of Fame Golf Tournament were: In third place the team of Steve Dann, Mike Dann, Kirk Richter, and Chris Goodenough. In second place the team of David Pillado, Josh Bonds, and David Miller. The first place team was Kevin Gross, Bob Boldig, Kent Stawick, and Tony Bagaczk. We also had a Closest-to-the-pin contest that Bob Boldig won, and a Longest drive contest that was won by Chris Goodenough.

We could have never had such a great tournament without the sponsorship of Harrison and Sons from Ventura, and Lexicon Consulting Co. of Fillmore. The many businesses of Ventura, Ojai, Santa Paula, and the great town of Fillmore that donated door prizes and Tee- Sponsors for the Hall Of Fame.

It just goes to show you folks, give a person a golf club, fun people around you, a great course to play on, a tri-tip dinner, and maybe a cold one or two, and you will always have a great time. We the Committee of The Fillmore High School Hall Of Fame, thank all that played golf and helped to make it a big fundraiser and a great time had by all.

 


 

Perce's Kenpo karate studio in Fillmore competed in the 19th Annual Bryan Hawkins All American Kenpo Karate Tournament in Granada hills on February 18, 2012. There were over 300 competitors from Southern California.

Three students competed in kata (forms), weapons, and sparring division. The results for kata 9 yrs. Old and under brown belt: 1st place Blake Boren, sparring 9 yrs. Old and under brown belt: participation Blake Boren. 6-7 yrs. Old purple-green belt: 2nd place Ty Morris. 10-12 yrs. Old purple-green belt: katas and sparring divisions participation Michael Morris.

All the students who competed from Perce's Kenpo karate did an excellent job, we are proud of your participation and support. For more information contact Perce's Kenpo karate at 524-6870.

 


 

Save the Date: Sunday, March 11, 2012. Friends of the Carpenter family will be hosting a co-ed softball tournament in memory of Wes Carpenter.. The event will take place at Shiells Park in Fillmore, with a starting time of 8 a.m. The price is $150 per team, with a limit of 20 teams. Money will be due by Monday, March 5. All proceeds will go to the Carpenter family. Even if you’re not playing, donations and/or support are welcome. We’d love to see you out in the stands! Please email wessoftball@gmail.com if you have any questions or are interested in getting a team together.

 

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SANTA BARBARA, CA - After sewing up the Golden State Athletic Conference women's basketball regular season championship last week, Westmont Women's Basketball has received numerous awards from the conference.

Junior Tugce Canitez of Izmir, Turkey has been named the GSAC Player of the Year while head coach Kirsten Moore has received GSAC Coach of the Year honors. Joining Canitez on the All-GSAC team are senior captains Katie Kittle of Colusa, California and Lisa Peterson of Citrus Heights, California. Junior Jillian Wilber of Fillmore was named a GSAC Scholar-Athlete.

"I've always said that individual awards are representations of a team's success," said Westmont head coach Kirsten Moore. "All of these awards are indications of the success we have had as a group. Every person has added to what we are doing for those honors to be given."

Canitez led the GSAC in scoring, tallying 560 points (19.3 points per game). She was second in rebounding - averaging 10.3 per game - and fourth in field goal percentage at 50.4 (192 of 381). Canitez also ranked seventh in free throw percentage in the conference at 75.5 (163 of 216).

"Tugce possess so many different skills, which enables her to have the success she does on the floor," said Moore. "She is not just a scorer; she is also an incredible rebounder and passer. She makes those around her better, she's a good defender and she has a high basketball IQ and understanding of what is going on with the game. I believe the completeness of her game is why she was honored as the Player of the Year."

In the Westmont record book, Canitez' point total and scoring average ranks first in the Warriors' season records. She also ranks first in free throws made (163), total rebounds (299) and rebounding average (10.3). She is currently second in field goals made, but needs just four more to tie Ali Mooty's record of 196 set in 2006-07.

Canitez is the first Warrior from women's basketball to receive Player of the Year honors.

Moore, who is in her seventh season at the helm of the women's basketball program, led the fifth-ranked Warriors to a 26-3 record so far this season and a 16-2 mark in conference play. Her current career and Westmont coaching record is 138-73 (65.4%). This is the fourth time Moore has recorded at least 20 wins in a season and marks the fifth time she will lead the Warriors to the NAIA National Tournament.

"The coach of the year award is a tribute to our entire team of coaches," said Moore." I had such great help this year from Selena Ho who has been an Xs and Ox guru. Meghan Gnekow and Dani Russell have been such a great support for the athletes as well as supporting me in the things I need as a coach. I have been really blessed to have had an incredible staff this year."

Moore is the second Westmont coach to receive the GSAC honor. Gregg Afman was named the GSAC Coach of the year for the 2000-2001 season.

Lisa Peterson was the second most accurate shooter in the GSAC, making 53.2 percent of her shots (125 of 235) from the floor and 83.8% of her shots from the free throw line. The post player was also fourteenth in scoring (11.7 points per game) and twelfth in rebounding (6.3 boards per game).

Peterson holds the Westmont record for career field goal percentage at 53.2 percent (248 of 466) and career free throw percentage at 83.6% (168 of 201).

"I couldn't be more thrilled for our seniors to both be recognized," said Moore of Peterson's and Kittle's honors. "They have put in an incredible amount of hard work beginning with the offseason in preparation for this year. They have performed on the court and have been incredible leaders both on and off the court. They have represented the best of who we are at Westmont and what we want to be about - their attitudes, sportsmanship, work ethic and unselfishness for the sake of the team. I am so happy they are being recognized as leader by being named to the All-GSAC team."

Kittle ranks twenty-fourth in the GSAC in scoring at 8.7 points per game and eleventh in steals at 1.59 per game. The guard, who appears in the top-10 in 18 of 24 career record categories, joined the 1,000 point club on February 5 against San Diego Christian and has a current tally of 1,064 points - ninth best in Westmont history.

Jillian Wilber, a history major, was named a GSAC Scholar-Athlete. The honor requires a 3.5 GPA and is awarded only to those who are juniors or above in academic standing. Wilber holds a GPA of 3.56.

"I think one of the hardest awards to win at Westmont is to be named a GSAC Scholar-Athlete," said Moore. "To have above a 3.5 GPA at Westmont while you are a student-athlete is an incredible challenge. Jill, who is our third captain, has been leading us both on and off the court. She is most deserving of that honor."

The Warriors open GSAC Tournament play on Wednesday evening when they host the Mustangs of The Master's College (12-18, 5-13 GSAC). Tip-off is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

 
Sammy Orozco
Sammy Orozco

Sammy Orozco, a Fillmore High School wrestler, qualified for CIF. Orozco competed at Canyon Springs High School in Moreno Valley on February 17-18 and was the only one who qualified for the Masters Tournament that will be held in Temecula on February 24-25. Orozco placed fourth at 220 lbs. with a record of 4-1 in the Southern Section Central Division. It has been fourteen years since a Fillmore wrestler has made it to the Masters Tournament.

 
Top Row: Head Coach Gonzalo Martinez, Tereliz Martinez, Torri Villegas, Emily Gaibay, Salma Gomez, Amanda Villa, Olivia Ruiz and Assistant Coach Filiberto Magana Bottom Row: Stephanie Magana, Janellie Rojas, Ashlyn Lindsay, Luz Ruiz and Yanellie Cobian
Top Row: Head Coach Gonzalo Martinez, Tereliz Martinez, Torri Villegas, Emily Gaibay, Salma Gomez, Amanda Villa, Olivia Ruiz and Assistant Coach Filiberto Magana Bottom Row: Stephanie Magana, Janellie Rojas, Ashlyn Lindsay, Luz Ruiz and Yanellie Cobian
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Congratulations to the Fillmore AYSO 12-U All Stars who reached the Championship game in Camarillo’s Area 10W All-Stars Soccer Tournament on Sat, Feb 4th. Fillmore was narrowly defeated by Santa Barbara in an over time shoot out, 3-2 after beating out ten other teams to reach the finals. In reaching the Championship game, Fillmore along with Santa Barbara advance to State Sectionals which will be held in Bakersfield in early March. Both teams will be representing Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties. Way to go girls and good luck!

 

Last Thursday, February 9th, the Flashes played against Carpinteria. Fillmore held them to a 0-0 game and beat them in overtime. Fillmore’s Patricia Vasquez scored the only goal with the assistance of Veronica Lauriano, with in the first 2 minutes of the game. Fillmore will advance to the first round of play-offs. They played Nipomo Wednesday, February 15. Score was not available at press time.

 
Richie Cardenas with with Ventura County Hall of Fame boxer/trainer Ray 'Windmill' White
Richie Cardenas with with Ventura County Hall of Fame boxer/trainer Ray 'Windmill' White
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The Fillmore Boxing Club's Richie Cardenas competed at the Ventura KO Boxing Club's Warzone Boxing Show in Rancho Cucamonga on Saturday Feb. 11th 2012. Cardenas made his heavyweight boxing debut a victorious one as he defeated Jorge Solis who entered as an "Unattached" fighter. Cardenas won the three round amateur bout via unanimous decision. Fillmore Boxing Club is a member of USA Boxing and conducts group classes for children and adults on Tuesday afternoons from 4:00 - 6:00 pm at Body Image Gym. For more information call: 805-443-8501 or 805-524-0891, or email: fillmoreboxingclub@yahoo.com.

 
(r-l) Assistant Coach Octavio Hernandez, Jose Valdez, Cristian Rosales, Edgar Rea, Saul DelaRosa, Alejandro Rodriguez, Enrique Gutierrez, Michael Garcia, Ethan Aguilera, Assistant Coach Javier Candelario, Coach Ignacio
Calderon. Bottom row: Julian Calderon, Christian Hernandez, Jaime Gonzalez, Brendan Verano, Joel Garza, Cristian Candelario. Not in picture team moms Alyssa Calderon and Lebe Candelario.
(r-l) Assistant Coach Octavio Hernandez, Jose Valdez, Cristian Rosales, Edgar Rea, Saul DelaRosa, Alejandro Rodriguez, Enrique Gutierrez, Michael Garcia, Ethan Aguilera, Assistant Coach Javier Candelario, Coach Ignacio Calderon. Bottom row: Julian Calderon, Christian Hernandez, Jaime Gonzalez, Brendan Verano, Joel Garza, Cristian Candelario. Not in picture team moms Alyssa Calderon and Lebe Candelario.
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On January 28th and 29th Fillmore United Soccer Club participated on the Silver State tournament, Las Vegas’ longest running Soccer Tournament. The final game was played against the 3 time defending champions from Nevada with a score of 1 to 0. Others teams in our division that also participated were from Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and California. We are proud to say that Fillmore United won the championship undefeated without a single score against them. Coaches and team administrator would like to thank the player’s parents for their support and efforts to make this successful trip possible. Fillmore United would like to invite players under 12 years of age that would like to be part of Fillmore United Soccer club to the open tryouts on Monday February 13th please call (805)746-2911 for more info. We are all proud of our boys for their excellent behavior and sportsmanship during the tournament. JOB WELL DONE BOYS!!!!!! One more in the bag.

 
(l-r) top row: Coach Omero Martinez, Rachel Rivera, Jada Avila, Yuliana Magaсa, Emily Garnica, Taylor Flores, Esmeralda Murillo, Brianna SantaRosa, Jocelyn Muсoz, Coach Arnold Muсoz. bottom row: Grace Topete, Fernanda Magaсa, Caroline Esquivel, Calista Godfrey-Vaca, Ana Rincon, Reylene Martinez, and Yaneli Enriquez.
(l-r) top row: Coach Omero Martinez, Rachel Rivera, Jada Avila, Yuliana Magaсa, Emily Garnica, Taylor Flores, Esmeralda Murillo, Brianna SantaRosa, Jocelyn Muсoz, Coach Arnold Muсoz. bottom row: Grace Topete, Fernanda Magaсa, Caroline Esquivel, Calista Godfrey-Vaca, Ana Rincon, Reylene Martinez, and Yaneli Enriquez.
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Fillmore AYSO U-14 Girls All-Star Team for winning the AYSO Area 10W All-Stars Tournament in Camarillo on Saturday, Feb 4th. After beating Santa Barbara Team A in semifinal 2-1 and Santa Barbara Team B in the Final 2-1. Great Team Work Special thanks to Fillmore Rentals for letting us use the lights and Valley Growers Nursery for the sponsorship. The Girls are the Ventura and Santa Barbara County Champions and will be attending the California State finals on March 3 & 4 in Bakersfield.

 

Tuesday , February 7, Fillmore Vs. Villanova. 3-1 Fillmore. Viillanova was ahead 1-0 when Andrea Robles scored the tieing goal, which put the teams into overtime. Fillmore came out ahead by scoring 2 goals in the first half of overtime. Golas contributed to Jasmine Medina and Liliana Becerra.

 
Johnny Wilber # 30 was the top scorer against Oaks Christian. Wilber scored 13 points. Fillmore lost to Oaks Christian 35-72, last Thursday, January 26th.
Johnny Wilber # 30 was the top scorer against Oaks Christian. Wilber scored 13 points. Fillmore lost to Oaks Christian 35-72, last Thursday, January 26th.
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Josh Valenzuela #23 passes the ball to his teammate. Valenzuela contributed 9 points.
Josh Valenzuela #23 passes the ball to his teammate. Valenzuela contributed 9 points.
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Fillmore wrestled against Santa Paula last Thursday, January 26. Santa Paula won.
Fillmore wrestled against Santa Paula last Thursday, January 26. Santa Paula won.
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Wednesday, January 25, Fillmore played against Oak Park and lost 4-1. Alexis Barajas scored the goal. On Friday, January 27, Fillmore beat Santa Clara 6-0. Goals were scored by: Robert Martinez (2), Yoni Murillo (1), Alexis Barajas (1), Jaime Gallegos (1), Ruben Camarena (1). Francisco Zepeda got the shut-out.

 
Fillmore Dream (Boys 10 )Soccer Team “DID IT AGAIN” winning the CHAMPIONSHIP in Santa Maria the weekend of the 14th. The team went undefeated winning the championship against Santa Maria 6-1. The Team has been invited to a Galaxy game where they will be recognized as Champions and also have the opportunity to walk around the Galaxy stadium. WAY TO GO FILLMORE BOYS! Pictured: Coaches: Sal Navarro & Juan Cruz. Players: Reny Navarro, Luis Sosa, Juan Rodriguez, Yobany Figueroa, Sergio Ramos, Mathew Hernandez,Octavio Rodriguez, Brayan Arevalo, Eric Torres, Jonathan Perez, Cesar Lopez, Carlos Vargas, Jose Gallegos, Brayan Ramos and Marcos Cardenas.
Fillmore Dream (Boys 10 )Soccer Team “DID IT AGAIN” winning the CHAMPIONSHIP in Santa Maria the weekend of the 14th. The team went undefeated winning the championship against Santa Maria 6-1. The Team has been invited to a Galaxy game where they will be recognized as Champions and also have the opportunity to walk around the Galaxy stadium. WAY TO GO FILLMORE BOYS! Pictured: Coaches: Sal Navarro & Juan Cruz. Players: Reny Navarro, Luis Sosa, Juan Rodriguez, Yobany Figueroa, Sergio Ramos, Mathew Hernandez,Octavio Rodriguez, Brayan Arevalo, Eric Torres, Jonathan Perez, Cesar Lopez, Carlos Vargas, Jose Gallegos, Brayan Ramos and Marcos Cardenas.
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Ana Morino #10 dribbles around Nordoff to score. Fillmore lost to Nordoff 56-46. Anyssa Cabral had a game-high of 17 points and Jaynessa Lopez contributed 13. Fillmore’s next home games are Thursday, January 26th against Saint Bonaventure, and Saturday, January 28th against Oaks Christian.
Ana Morino #10 dribbles around Nordoff to score. Fillmore lost to Nordoff 56-46. Anyssa Cabral had a game-high of 17 points and Jaynessa Lopez contributed 13. Fillmore’s next home games are Thursday, January 26th against Saint Bonaventure, and Saturday, January 28th against Oaks Christian.
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Kayla Grove #4 dribbles down court . Also pictured Mary Ortiz #23 and Ana Morino #10.
Kayla Grove #4 dribbles down court . Also pictured Mary Ortiz #23 and Ana Morino #10.
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On Wednesday Jan. 18, 2012 JV boys hosted Oaks Christian in a hard fought game that ended up in a 1-1 tie, will our only goal scored by Jaime Gallegos assisted by Juan Magana. Friday we hosted our long time rivals Santa Paula in a game where both teams played well, but you knew that the game was going to end up in a tie or a one goal win. Well it did with about 2 minutes left in the second half Flashes had a corner kick that resulted in a winning goal scored by Victor Garcia assisted by Gera Rodriguez and Juan Magana for the win over Santa Paula. JV boys played their hearts out I'm proud of our Team they did not stop fighting and got what they wanted, the Win. Upcoming games Tuesday Jan. 24, 2012 @ Malibu and Wednesday @ Oak Park Go Flashes.

Friday 1/20 Friday January 20, Fillmore played against Santa Paula that resulted in a 0-0 tie. Defense played well. Oscar Alferez, Gonzalo Gutierrez, Bobby Vásquez and Isai Valencia .Varsity played a great game against Santa Paula last Friday. The game ended in a tie. Defense played an aggressive game and stopped Santa Paula from scoreing.

Girls Soccer
On January 19th Fillmore played at Villanova, Fillmore played a good game and came home with a win, 5-1. Goals were scored by Vanessa Villagomez (2), Veronica Laureano (1), Yesenia Garcia (1), and Evelyn Alfarez (1). Fillmore will play at home Thursday, January 26, and Tuesday January 31.

 

Flashes Wrestlers have strong showing against Nordoff in League Match

On Wednesday 1/18/12 the Flashes hosted Nordoff for a League Wrestling Match. After a strong showing at Chaminade the Flashes looked focused yet loose and relaxed for the 5:00 PM match up. The evening started with 3 JV matches and came away with 2 wins and 1 loss. Jonathon Minero, recovering from an injury, stepped back into the ring and won on points. Andrew Bonilla, a freshman, gave it his all but ultimately pinned by his opponent. Alexis Ramirez matched up against a Nordoff’s lone female wrestler and was able to pin her in the 2nd period.

Varsity wrestling started off at the 126 pound weight category. Reporting for Fillmore was Micah Chumley who won by forfeit. Team Captain Robert Bonilla came out fast and strong overwhelming his opponent quickly showing his aggressive technique. Bonilla won by pin. Mark “the man behind the mask” Zavala, also a Team Captain, went into the 3rd period and found his opportunity to pin his man for the win. Alex Rivera won by points in what was the lowest match score of the night 2 – 0. Rudolfo Lopez wrestled well but was pinned by his opponent. Gilbert Murillo a relatively new wrestler gave it 100% and was able to make correction during the match while Coaches Ponce and Estrada calling in the moves, but he was ultimately pinned by Nordoff. Joseph “Beast” DeLaMora showed his sheer physical dominance and pinned his man for the win. Michael Castro lost by pin in the 2nd period. George Orozco won by forfeit. Sammy “They Bull” Orozco, Team Captain, put on a points clinic and decided to win by technical default rather than by pin as is his usual preference. Marco Vega, Team Captain, won by forfeit as did David Cadena. Nic Stehly and freshman on the Varsity Team, lost to a Senior from Nordoff but not before showing great promise. Joseph Rojas, a freshman for the Flashes, also lost by pin.

The final match score was Fillmore 44 – Nordoff 30.

Next week Fillmore hosts two matches. On Tuesday 1/24/12 LA Baptist travels to Fillmore for a 5:00 start time. This match will be held in the High School Gym.

On 1/25/12 the Santa Paula Cardinals travel to Fillmore. This match will be held in the Middle School Gym. Santa Paula has been the reigning league champions for 3 years in a row. The Flashes fielding a full squad hopes to change that record this year. If can only see one Flashes Wrestling Match this year this will be the one you’ll want to see. Come prepared because this will be off the hook good.

 
Jasmine Medina #7 defends the ball agianst Grace Bretheren. Fillmore lost 2-0.
Jasmine Medina #7 defends the ball agianst Grace Bretheren. Fillmore lost 2-0.
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The Lady Flashes fought to win against Grace Bretheren. The score was 0-0 up until the last 15 minutes of the game. Due to defensive errors two goals were scored by Grace Bretheren.
The Lady Flashes fought to win against Grace Bretheren. The score was 0-0 up until the last 15 minutes of the game. Due to defensive errors two goals were scored by Grace Bretheren.
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