Submitted By Coach David Mac Donald.

FHS girls golf are 2-2 with wins over Santa Paula (2x) and losses to St. Bonaventure and Ventura. Overall FHS continues to
shoot better each week with scores going from 299-288-273. Every day has been a better day on the golf course. FHS has two
matches next week both home against Nordhoff and Hueneme with league starting the 19th.

 


 

California United FC had a busy soccer weekend. With 8 teams competing in Coast Soccer League and its youngest boys team (2012B) competing in Oxnard County League. Below is the Coast Soccer League weekend game results for September 7th and 8th:
CU Girls 2011 Bronze North
Saturday September 7th
CU 1-0 Dynamo Sporting So-Cal
Goal: Viany Rubio
Assist: Destiny Segura
Overall Record: 1-0-0
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CU Boys 2010 Bronze Alpha
Saturday September 7th
CU 0-7 Barcelona
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Sunday September 8th
CU 6-1 Coastal Valley DSJ
Goals: Jose Magaña 1, Nathan Lepe 3 (HT), Jack Kress 2
Assist: Nathan Lepe, Antonio Hernandez and Noah Valenzuela
Overall Record: 1-1-0
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CU Girls 2008 Black Bronze Beta
Saturday September 7th
CU 5-1 CA Warriors RP
Goals: Olivia 4, Kaya 1
Overall Record: 1-0-0
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CU Girls 2008 Bronze Beta-D.Vaca
Sunday September 8th
CU 21-0 Torino
Goals: Fiona Cabral 3 (HT), Valerie Rubio (HT), Sara Diaz 2, Leanna Villa 2, Lizbeth Mendez 6, Jazleen Vaca 3 (HT), Alondra Leon 1, Nevaeh Nappi 1
Assist: Nathalia Orosco 1, Sara Diaz 1, Leanna Villa 1, Lizbeth Mendez 4, Nevaeh Nappi 1
Shutout: Delila Ramirez and Lizbeth Mendez
Overall Record: 1-0-0
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CU 2008 Boys Bronze Rho
Saturday September 7th
CU 3-0 Xolos
Goals: Christian S 2, Jesus C 1
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Sunday September 8th
CU 7-0 Torino
Goals: Christian Solis 2, Angel Garza 1, Juan Medina 2, Jaycob Guzman 2
Assist: Julio Ballesteros, Jesus Canchola, Christian Ramirez
Shutout: Julian Medina
Overall Record: 2-0-0

CU Girls 2006 Silver North
Saturday September 7th
CU 0-2 LA Surf SO G06
Overall Record: 0-1-0
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CU Boys 2003 Bronze Alpha
Saturday September 7th
CU 5-1 Central Coast UTD White
Goals: Adrian Quezada 1, Mikey Garibay 1, Arnulfo “Chino” Zepeda 1, Jonathan Laureano 1, Nico Magana 1
Assist: Diego Alcaraz 1, Adrian Quezada 1, Mikey Garibay 1, Jonathan Laureano 1, Javier Mendez 1
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Sunday September 8th
CU 7-0 Galaxy
Goals: Adolfo Garza 3 (HT), Jonathan Laureano 1, Mikey Garibay 1, Arnulfo “Chino” Zepeda 1
Assist: Arnulfo Zepeda 1, Jonathan Laureano 2, Nico Magaña 1, Noe Garza 1
Shutout: Mariano Gonzales and Arturo Prado
Overall Record: 2-0-0
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CU Girls 2001 Silver Elite North
Saturday September 7th
CU 7-1 Granada United FC G01
Goals: Emily 1, Anahi 1, Sasha 1, Adriana 3 (HT), Nailea 1
Assist: Anahi, Bella, Sasha, Nailea, Adriana
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Sunday September 8th
CU 0-0 Oxnard United SC White
Overall Record: 1-0-1
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Oxnard County Soccer League
Saturday September 7th
CU Boys 2012
CU 0-5 Pumas
Overall Record: 0-1-0

 


 
California United FC Girls 2008 Bronze Beta team would like to thank Jim’s Fillmore Towing for donated carwash stalls so we could have a carwash and make money for our team to buy equipment for the team. Their donation helped the team buy much needed equipment. Pictured above (l-r) are Danna Castillo, Sara Diaz, Jazleen Vaca, David Vaca (HC), Joelle Rodriguez, Fiona Cabral, Baltazar Cordero, Alondra Leon, Lizbeth Mendez, Aciano Mendez (AC), Anel Castillo and Valerie Rubio. Not Pictured: Leanna Villa, Delila Ramirez, Nevaeh Nappi, Nathalia Orosco and John Cabral (AC). Photo courtesy Maria Alvarez.
California United FC Girls 2008 Bronze Beta team would like to thank Jim’s Fillmore Towing for donated carwash stalls so we could have a carwash and make money for our team to buy equipment for the team. Their donation helped the team buy much needed equipment. Pictured above (l-r) are Danna Castillo, Sara Diaz, Jazleen Vaca, David Vaca (HC), Joelle Rodriguez, Fiona Cabral, Baltazar Cordero, Alondra Leon, Lizbeth Mendez, Aciano Mendez (AC), Anel Castillo and Valerie Rubio. Not Pictured: Leanna Villa, Delila Ramirez, Nevaeh Nappi, Nathalia Orosco and John Cabral (AC). Photo courtesy Maria Alvarez.
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Courtesy Coach Sean Miller. Last Friday, August 30th the Fillmore Flashes improved their record to 2-0 with a 39-14 win against Brentwood high school. Senior Quarterback Jared Schieferle threw for 176 yards and 2 touchdowns while also adding 58 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown. Junior wide receiver Dylan Sierra caught 7 passes for 93 yards and a touchdown. On defense, senior linebacker Dylan Crawford had a team-high 6 tackles included 3 for a loss and 1 sack. Junior Defensive tackle Nick Jimenez, Defensive End Justice Rodriguez, and senior Tyler Coert each added a sack to the winning effort as well. Next week the Flashes are at away at 7pm vs. Desert High School. If you would like to attend the game, please send your driver license number, birthday and last four digits of your social security to ktafoya@fillmoreusd.org in order to be let on the Edwards Air Force base where the game is being held. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
Courtesy Coach Sean Miller. Last Friday, August 30th the Fillmore Flashes improved their record to 2-0 with a 39-14 win against Brentwood high school. Senior Quarterback Jared Schieferle threw for 176 yards and 2 touchdowns while also adding 58 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown. Junior wide receiver Dylan Sierra caught 7 passes for 93 yards and a touchdown. On defense, senior linebacker Dylan Crawford had a team-high 6 tackles included 3 for a loss and 1 sack. Junior Defensive tackle Nick Jimenez, Defensive End Justice Rodriguez, and senior Tyler Coert each added a sack to the winning effort as well. Next week the Flashes are at away at 7pm vs. Desert High School. If you would like to attend the game, please send your driver license number, birthday and last four digits of your social security to ktafoya@fillmoreusd.org in order to be let on the Edwards Air Force base where the game is being held. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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On Saturday, August 31st Fillmore Raiders Youth Football kicked off the 2019 football season, scores from this past Saturday’s games are as follows: Raiders Mighty Mites Black vs. Grace Brethren Grey at home final score 22 – 0 (Grace Brethren). Raiders Mighty Mites Silver vs. Grace Brethren Black at home final score 22 – 12 (Grace Brethren). Raiders Bantams Silver vs. Newbury Park at Newbury Park final score 20 – 0 (Raiders). Raiders Freshman vs. Grace Brethren at home final score 27 – 0 (Grace Brethren). Raiders Freshman Silver vs. Valley Thunder Storm at home final score 14 – 6 (Valley Thunder). Raiders Sophomores vs. Ventura at Ventura final score 14 – 0 (Raiders). Raider’s Juniors vs. SC Grizzles Gold at Golden Valley final score 14 0 36 (SC Grizzles). Seniors vs. Grace Brethren Red at Fillmore high school final score 28 – 8 (Raiders). Upcoming games for the Raiders will be Saturday, September 7th as follows: Mighty Mites Black 8 a.m. at Fillmore high school vs. Grace Brethren Red. Mighty Mites Silver 10 a.m. at Fillmore high school vs. 101 Rams. Bantams Black 10 a.m. at Ventura high school vs. Ventura. Bantams Silver 12 p.m. at Saugus high school vs. Saugus Am. Freshman 12 p.m. at Fillmore high school vs. 101 Rams. Freshman Silver 12 p.m. at Dos Pueblos high school vs. Santa Barbara. Sophomores 2 p.m. at Fillmore high vs. Saugus American. Juniors 4 p.m. at Fillmore high school vs. Crossroads. Seniors 6 p.m. at Fillmore high school vs. Crossroads.
On Saturday, August 31st Fillmore Raiders Youth Football kicked off the 2019 football season, scores from this past Saturday’s games are as follows: Raiders Mighty Mites Black vs. Grace Brethren Grey at home final score 22 – 0 (Grace Brethren). Raiders Mighty Mites Silver vs. Grace Brethren Black at home final score 22 – 12 (Grace Brethren). Raiders Bantams Silver vs. Newbury Park at Newbury Park final score 20 – 0 (Raiders). Raiders Freshman vs. Grace Brethren at home final score 27 – 0 (Grace Brethren). Raiders Freshman Silver vs. Valley Thunder Storm at home final score 14 – 6 (Valley Thunder). Raiders Sophomores vs. Ventura at Ventura final score 14 – 0 (Raiders). Raider’s Juniors vs. SC Grizzles Gold at Golden Valley final score 14 0 36 (SC Grizzles). Seniors vs. Grace Brethren Red at Fillmore high school final score 28 – 8 (Raiders). Upcoming games for the Raiders will be Saturday, September 7th as follows: Mighty Mites Black 8 a.m. at Fillmore high school vs. Grace Brethren Red. Mighty Mites Silver 10 a.m. at Fillmore high school vs. 101 Rams. Bantams Black 10 a.m. at Ventura high school vs. Ventura. Bantams Silver 12 p.m. at Saugus high school vs. Saugus Am. Freshman 12 p.m. at Fillmore high school vs. 101 Rams. Freshman Silver 12 p.m. at Dos Pueblos high school vs. Santa Barbara. Sophomores 2 p.m. at Fillmore high vs. Saugus American. Juniors 4 p.m. at Fillmore high school vs. Crossroads. Seniors 6 p.m. at Fillmore high school vs. Crossroads.
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Pictured above are the Fillmore Flashes Girls Tennis Team (left) and the Laguna Blanca team after their match Tuesday, August 27th. Photos courtesy Coach Lolita Wyche-Bowman.
Pictured above are the Fillmore Flashes Girls Tennis Team (left) and the Laguna Blanca team after their match Tuesday, August 27th. Photos courtesy Coach Lolita Wyche-Bowman.
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A note from tennis Coach Lolita Wyche-Bowman

We marked our first match of the season playing against Laguna Blanca. This private school is located in Santa Barbara in a beautiful setting as we picnicked on the grounds after the tennis match was completed. It was hot and humid there but the girls held up as they were accustomed to the hot and steamy weather we have been experiencing in Fillmore. The final score was Fillmore 3, Laguna Blanca 15. In high school tennis, a point is won for the team when a player wins a set against the opponent. The following girls won three points for Fillmore: Number one singles player Carla “Melissa” Higuera, number two singles player Emilia Magdaleno, and number three singles player Heillyn Burr. I have to mention that the families of all these three players had made the trip to Santa Barbara to watch their daughters play. Maritza’s mom was there also! Family support paid off! Not to worry, for those families who were not available, I was there to support them, congratulated them when they hit great shots, or even consoled them when the match wasn’t going their way. Laguna Blanca’s head coach commented on the good skill level of the girls. He is well aware of the Fillmore’s team starting from scratch this year minus our number one player. Twelve more girls from Fillmore High School competed against Laguna Blanca. Yes! We have 16 girls on the tennis team this year! I am more than pleased for this number as we have started a match with negative points when we had a team of less than nine players. I can tell you that the entire team was pleased with their performance on the court as several players commented, “Hey coach, I got all of my serves in,” I wasn’t as nervous as I thought I would be coach!” and “I hit some good shots, but I know I need to stay back more behind the baseline.” This last comment of staying behind the baseline is a daily topic by the way. In tennis, if a player does not have enough time to hit a ball, it is difficult, especially if the player is new to the game. The player will find herself too close to the ball or in a spot where the ball is bouncing at their feet. If she stands back, then she will have plenty of time to get in position to return the ball. Even though I may tell the girls to get back behind the baseline many times, or not to leave a ball on the court when they are playing, during a real match is when all of these things are a reality for the game. Did you know that the girls learn how to deal with conflict when they are playing a match against the other team? What I tell them is, “Try and resolve it on your own at first, then if that approach doesn’t work, get the attention of one of the coaches and we will intervene.” If there is a problem with “calling the lines” in or out, and it is brought to the coach’s attention, one coach (Fillmore or the other team’s coach) will stand on the court to call the lines if there is a question. In other words, if a ball is called “out” and there is disagreement, the coach will call the point for them. This is actually a common problem with amateur tennis as there are no judges to call the lines from an advantageous platform. Were looking forward to the match schedule for next week. The next dates and opponents are as follows: 9-3 Santa Clara, 9-5 Villanova, 9-10 Providence, and 9-17 Santa Clara. We begin our first league match against Hueneme high school on 9-24. I will update the season as time passes especially to inform ALL Fillmore residents when we are playing against Santa Paula! Go Flashes! P.S. I am so proud of the team. Special thanks to the City of Fillmore as the torn nets were replaced this year.

 


 
Thursday, August 29th Fillmore traveled to Santa Clara. Pictured is Flashes Varsity’s #24 spiking the ball at the Santa Clara players as they try to block.
Thursday, August 29th Fillmore traveled to Santa Clara. Pictured is Flashes Varsity’s #24 spiking the ball at the Santa Clara players as they try to block.
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Pictured above are the Flashes receiving the ball from Santa Clara in their match this past Thursday. The Flashes fell short to Santa Clara after 4 sets.
Pictured above are the Flashes receiving the ball from Santa Clara in their match this past Thursday. The Flashes fell short to Santa Clara after 4 sets.
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Courtesy Coach Tanya Gonzales

Last week the Flashes had two volleyball matches on Tuesday, August 27th they hosted Vazquez who only had a JV and a Varsity team. Our JV won in 2 sets 25-13 and 25-17. Varsity won in 5 sets 25-17, 25-18, 23-25, 15-25, and 15-12. Standout players for the evening were Elisa Ramirez with 10 kills, 3 serving aces, and 2 blocks, Nathalia Magana had 12 assists and 2 aces, and Emma Ocegueda with 15 digs and 2 aces.

On Thursday, August 29th they played at Santa Clara and all 3 levels played. Frosh/Soph lost in 2 sets 21-25 and 18-25. JV won in 2 sets, 25-22 and 25-15. Then Varsity lost in 4 sets 23-25, 17-25, 25-19, and 20-25. Highlights for the evening were Emma Ocegueda with 22 digs, Nathalia Magana with 22 assists, and Olivia Palazuelos has 2 serving aces, 2 blocks, and 8 digs.

 

On Saturday, the boys’ and girls’ cross country teams traveled to the University of Santa Barbara to compete in the UCSB Gaucho Invitational. Athletes competed in either a short race of 1.43 miles or a longer 3 mile race for the more seasoned competitor.

The first race of the day featured a group of 5 Fillmore girls running the longer 3 mile course. The Flashes were led by Vanessa Avila in 15th place in a time of 20:08.32. She was followed by Angelica Herrera in 57th place in 22:18.72, Giselle Perez 73rd in 22:59.4, Isabella De La Cruz 77th in 23:01.88, and Eva Vieyra 110th in 24:50.10. In the team competition the Flashes finished in 8th place. Vanessa was the lone medal winner in this race.

The second race of the day for the Flashes was also contested over the long course. Top runner in this race was Senior Davis Flores 38th in 17:13.5. He was followed by Erick Gutierrez 42nd in 17:20.7, Jesse De La Cruz 44th in 17:24.4, Camilo Torres 45th in 17:26.3, Alex Manzo 47th in 17:31.5, Juan Carlos Laureano 51st. In 17:38.8, Dave Bustos 61st in 18:03.8, and Matthew Munoz 74th in 18:21.4. In the team competition, Fillmore’s top runners finished in 7th place.

The next group of Fillmore female athletes ran over the short course and were led by newcomer Aliana Tapia. Aliana covered the 1.43 mile course in 9:51.7 and finished in 7th place. She was followed by Jasmine Vega 23rd in 10:34.4, Isabel De La Cruz 62nd in 12:08.4, and Emma Ortiz 64th in 12:18.9. Both Aliana and Jasmine were medal recipients.

The final race of the day was also run over the short course. Leading the Fillmore Harriers was another newcomer Luis Castaneda who placed 10th in a time of 8:14.41. Luis was also a medal winner for the Flashes. He was followed by James Flores 12th in 8:20.23, Andres Gonzalez 25th in 8:47.37, Eneyin Ortega 32nd in 8:55.27, Nathan Hurtado 33rd in 8:55.99, Brian Sanchez 69th in 9:45.24, Theodore Ebell 82nd in 10:07.85, Anthony Estrella 88th in 10:12.6, Isaac Mercado 90th in 10:21.28, Luke Hernandez 91st in 10:22.25, and Nicholas Hurtado 98th in 10:51.22. Luis, James and Andres were medal winners for the Flashes.

The teams had a great start to their young season. On the day, the Flashes brought home 6 individual medals. The Flashes will next compete in the Cool Breeze Invitational at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on 9/6 at 3 P.M. Hope to see you there.

 
Pictured above California United FC 2006G Silver Top: Cip Martinez (AC) Mikayla Mckenzie, Jadon Rodriguez, Jasmine Soto, Alexis Piña, Ashely Hernandez, Isabel Hernandez Athena Sanchez, Gabriela Martinez, Kim Manriquez, and Ramiro Reyes (AC)-Bottom: Tony Hernandez (AC) Miley Tello, Brooke Núñez, Livia Cabral, Karissa Terrazas, Victoria Piña, Jessica Rodriguez, and Jr Lomeli (HC). Photo courtesy Susan Torres.
Pictured above California United FC 2006G Silver Top: Cip Martinez (AC) Mikayla Mckenzie, Jadon Rodriguez, Jasmine Soto, Alexis Piña, Ashely Hernandez, Isabel Hernandez Athena Sanchez, Gabriela Martinez, Kim Manriquez, and Ramiro Reyes (AC)-Bottom: Tony Hernandez (AC) Miley Tello, Brooke Núñez, Livia Cabral, Karissa Terrazas, Victoria Piña, Jessica Rodriguez, and Jr Lomeli (HC). Photo courtesy Susan Torres.
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Submitted by Nancy Vaca

This past weekend California Untied competed in Camarillo and finished as final game results are as follows:

Game #1
California United 0- 3 Channel Island United

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Game #2
California United 4-1 Santa Clarita
Goals: Jadon Rodriguez 2, Athena Sanchez 2
Assist: Karissa Terrazas 2, Jadon Rodriguez 1

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Game #3
California United 4-0 Oxnard Wave
Goals: Jadon Rodriguez 2, Athena Sanchez 1, Ashley Hernandez 1
Assist: Karissa Terrazas, Jadon Rodriguez, Athena Sanchez
Shutout: Gaby Martinez and Jazmin Soto

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Final Game California United 1-5 Channel Islands United
Goal: Jadon Rodriguez
Overall Tournament Record: 2-2-0

 
Pictured above are the California United FC 2008 Boys who were the Champions of their division in the Oxnard County Soccer League. Top left to right: Head Coach Genaro Saul Magana, Julian Medina, Hector Hernandez, Jaycob Guzman, Christian Solis, Jurem Virgin, Juan Medina, Israel Arroyo; Bottom left to right Nathaniel Negrete, Jesus Canchola, Christian Ramirez, Julio Ballesteros, Jayden Guzman, Angel Garza. Not pictured: Abe de la Cruz. Photo courtesy Nancy Vaca.
Pictured above are the California United FC 2008 Boys who were the Champions of their division in the Oxnard County Soccer League. Top left to right: Head Coach Genaro Saul Magana, Julian Medina, Hector Hernandez, Jaycob Guzman, Christian Solis, Jurem Virgin, Juan Medina, Israel Arroyo; Bottom left to right Nathaniel Negrete, Jesus Canchola, Christian Ramirez, Julio Ballesteros, Jayden Guzman, Angel Garza. Not pictured: Abe de la Cruz. Photo courtesy Nancy Vaca.
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Pictures above is California United FC 2013 Girls Soccer Team Top left to right: Assistant Coach Jeremy Jimenez, Sadie Manriquez, Christine Beltran, Kenya Hernandez, Siani Lomeli, Annalise Castorena, Bella Mendez Bottom left to right: Marianah Arreola, Itzel Arana, Aixa Lomeli, Samantha Jimenez, Aaliyah Cervantez, and Head Coach Jr Lomeli. Photo courtesy Nancy Vaca.
Pictures above is California United FC 2013 Girls Soccer Team Top left to right: Assistant Coach Jeremy Jimenez, Sadie Manriquez, Christine Beltran, Kenya Hernandez, Siani Lomeli, Annalise Castorena, Bella Mendez Bottom left to right: Marianah Arreola, Itzel Arana, Aixa Lomeli, Samantha Jimenez, Aaliyah Cervantez, and Head Coach Jr Lomeli. Photo courtesy Nancy Vaca.
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Courtesy Coach Sean Miller. Last Friday, August 23rd the Fillmore Flashes opened their season with a 42-8 win against Viewpoint high school to improve their record to 1-0. Junior DT Nick Jimenez had a huge 4 sack game, while seniors Tyler Coert and David Julian also contributed on defense. Senior Running Back Bryce Nunez rushed for 167 yards and 3 Touchdown and senior Quarter Back Jared Schieferle added 191 yards in the air with 1 Touchdown to junior Dylan Sierra. On Thursday, August 22nd the Fillmore Flashes JV defeated the Channel Island Raiders 47–0. Next week the Flashes are at home at 7pm vs. Brentwood High School. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
Courtesy Coach Sean Miller. Last Friday, August 23rd the Fillmore Flashes opened their season with a 42-8 win against Viewpoint high school to improve their record to 1-0. Junior DT Nick Jimenez had a huge 4 sack game, while seniors Tyler Coert and David Julian also contributed on defense. Senior Running Back Bryce Nunez rushed for 167 yards and 3 Touchdown and senior Quarter Back Jared Schieferle added 191 yards in the air with 1 Touchdown to junior Dylan Sierra. On Thursday, August 22nd the Fillmore Flashes JV defeated the Channel Island Raiders 47–0. Next week the Flashes are at home at 7pm vs. Brentwood High School. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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Courtesy FHS Coach Tanya Gonzales.

Flashes Girls Volleyball had 2 games last week:

Flashes played Villanova away on Wednesday, August 21st JV won 25-20, 25-9 and Varsity lost 23-25, 23-25, 21-25 and my top players were Emma Ocegueda and Tori Gonzales.

Thursday, August 22nd the Flashes played Pacifica at home Frosh lost 14-25, 13-25, JV lost 14-25, 25-18, and 16-18, then Varsity lost in 5. 25-23, 25-18, 13-25, 24-26, and 11-15 My top players for the evening were Olivia Palazuelos with 6 kills, 2 blocks and Lilly Diaz with 13 assists and 7 serving aces, and Ashley Yepez had 7 kills.

 
The Fillmore Flashes JV and Varsity Football are back! The Flashes hosted a scrimmage against Oak Park Eagles this past Friday, August 16th, to get ready for the 2019 season. Pictured right is Flashes Varsity #60, as he leaps up to make the catch mid-air during Friday’s game against the Eagles. Varsity fell short to Oak Park with a final score 18 – 0. Pictured below are Flashes JV #49 and #45, as they put stop an Oak Park player to keep him from advancing up the field. Final score for JV has not yet been reported. Fillmore Flashes JV will host Channel Islands on Thursday, August 22nd at 5 p.m. Varsity will play away at Viewpoint on Friday, August 23rd at 7 p.m. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
The Fillmore Flashes JV and Varsity Football are back! The Flashes hosted a scrimmage against Oak Park Eagles this past Friday, August 16th, to get ready for the 2019 season. Pictured right is Flashes Varsity #60, as he leaps up to make the catch mid-air during Friday’s game against the Eagles. Varsity fell short to Oak Park with a final score 18 – 0. Pictured below are Flashes JV #49 and #45, as they put stop an Oak Park player to keep him from advancing up the field. Final score for JV has not yet been reported. Fillmore Flashes JV will host Channel Islands on Thursday, August 22nd at 5 p.m. Varsity will play away at Viewpoint on Friday, August 23rd at 7 p.m. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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Pictured above is Fillmore’s California United FC 2008 Girls Blue Team who placed 2nd in California United’s first Friendly Tournament held this past weekend in Fillmore at Two River’s Park, August 10th and 11th. Top row left to right: Assistant Coach Aciano Mendez, Lizbeth Mendez, Alondra Leon, Anel Castillo, Delila Ramirez, Valerie Rubio, Nathalia Orosco, Jazleen Vaca, Head Coach David Vaca, and Assistant Coach John Cabral. Bottom row left to right: Danna Castillo, Leanna Villa, Sara Diaz, Fiona Cabral and Joelle Rodriguez. Photo courtesy Nancy Vaca.
Pictured above is Fillmore’s California United FC 2008 Girls Blue Team who placed 2nd in California United’s first Friendly Tournament held this past weekend in Fillmore at Two River’s Park, August 10th and 11th. Top row left to right: Assistant Coach Aciano Mendez, Lizbeth Mendez, Alondra Leon, Anel Castillo, Delila Ramirez, Valerie Rubio, Nathalia Orosco, Jazleen Vaca, Head Coach David Vaca, and Assistant Coach John Cabral. Bottom row left to right: Danna Castillo, Leanna Villa, Sara Diaz, Fiona Cabral and Joelle Rodriguez. Photo courtesy Nancy Vaca.
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Submitted by Nancy Vaca

Congratulations to California United FC 2008 Girls -Blue team. Who took second place in their division, in the first California United FC “The Friendly Tournament” this past weekend August 10th and 11th. Losing in penalty kicks in the final against Oxnard Wave. California United FC 2008 Girls -Blue team will be hosting tryouts soon for 3 to 4 spots on the team for next season. Girls need to be born in 2008 or 2009. For more information please email Team Manager Nancy Vaca at nmagana0811@gmail.com

Weekend game results follow:

Game #1
California United Blue 08G
California United 4-1 Oxnard Real
Goals: Lizbeth Mendez 2, Sara Diaz 1, Valerie Rubio 1
Assit: Valerie Rubio 1, Sara Diaz 1, Alondra Leon 1

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Game #2
California United 8-2 Santa Paula Xtreme
Goals: Lizbeth 2, Alondra Leon 5, Valerie Rubio 1
Assist: Valerie Rubio 1, Lizbeth Mendez 2, Alondra Leon 1, Sara Diaz 1

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Game #3
California United Blue 3-2 CU Black
Goals: Lizbeth Mendez 3(hat trick)
Assist: Valerie Rubio 1, Alondra Leon 1

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Final
California United 2-2 Oxnard Wave
Goals: Lizbeth Mendez 1, Sara Diaz 1
Overall Tournament Record: 3-0-1

 
Pictured above is the California United FC 2008 Girls Soccer Team which finished as finalist in the Copa Cabana Beach Soccer Tournament in Huntington Beach this past week. Top row (l-r): Assistant Coach Asiano “Chano” Mendez, Assistant Coach John Cabral, Jazleen Vaca, Valerie Rubio, Delila Ramirez, Anel Castillo, Danna Castillo, Lizbeth Mendez, Head Coach David Vaca. Bottom row left to right: Joelle Rodriguez, Fiona Cabral, Leanna Villa, Sara Diaz and Alondra Leon. Not Pictured: Nathalia Orosco. Photo courtesy Nancy Vaca.
Pictured above is the California United FC 2008 Girls Soccer Team which finished as finalist in the Copa Cabana Beach Soccer Tournament in Huntington Beach this past week. Top row (l-r): Assistant Coach Asiano “Chano” Mendez, Assistant Coach John Cabral, Jazleen Vaca, Valerie Rubio, Delila Ramirez, Anel Castillo, Danna Castillo, Lizbeth Mendez, Head Coach David Vaca. Bottom row left to right: Joelle Rodriguez, Fiona Cabral, Leanna Villa, Sara Diaz and Alondra Leon. Not Pictured: Nathalia Orosco. Photo courtesy Nancy Vaca.
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Submitted by Nancy Vaca

This past weekend, July 27th and 28th Fillmore’s California United FC 2008 Girls soccer team competed in their very first Copa Cabana Beach Soccer Tournament in Huntington Beach. These young athletes never played, or practice beach soccer before and they finished as finalist for their division in the tournament. Good job girls and coaches! Weekend game results follow:

Game #1
California United 2-6 Team USA
Goals: Lizbeth Mendez 2

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Game #2
California United 7-4 La Galaxy Bakersfield
Goals: Lizbeth Mendez 2, Valerie Rubio 1, Jazleen Vaca 1, Alondra Leon 1, Leanna Villa 1, Fiona Cabral 1

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Game #3
California United 4-3 Desert Cities
Goals: Lizbeth Mendez 3(hat trick), Valerie Rubio 1

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Final Game
California United 1-6 Team USA
Goal: Fiona Cabral
Overall Tournament Record: 2-2-0

 
Pictured above and below is the Fillmore ASYO Warrior’s 10U Girls Team traveled to Hawaii to compete in the AYSO National Games. Pictured is the team holding up the “Hang Loose” sign while they were on the island. Photo Credits Arnold Munoz.
Pictured above and below is the Fillmore ASYO Warrior’s 10U Girls Team traveled to Hawaii to compete in the AYSO National Games. Pictured is the team holding up the “Hang Loose” sign while they were on the island. Photo Credits Arnold Munoz.
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Pictured above is the California United FC 2008 Girls Soccer Team which finished as finalists in the Oxnard United Invitational this past week. Top Row left to right, Assistant Coach Aciano Mendez, Joelle Rodriguez, Lizbeth Mendez, Valerie Rubio, Jazleen Vaca, Victoria Piña, Alondra Leon, Head Coach David Vaca, Nathalia Orosco, Fiona Cabral Bottom Row Left to right Danna Castillo, Anel Castillo, Delila Ramirez, Sara Dias, and Leanna Villa. Not pictured Assistant Coach John Cabral.
Pictured above is the California United FC 2008 Girls Soccer Team which finished as finalists in the Oxnard United Invitational this past week. Top Row left to right, Assistant Coach Aciano Mendez, Joelle Rodriguez, Lizbeth Mendez, Valerie Rubio, Jazleen Vaca, Victoria Piña, Alondra Leon, Head Coach David Vaca, Nathalia Orosco, Fiona Cabral Bottom Row Left to right Danna Castillo, Anel Castillo, Delila Ramirez, Sara Dias, and Leanna Villa. Not pictured Assistant Coach John Cabral.
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Courtesy Nancy Magana

This past weekend July 13th and 14th the California United FC 2008 Girls soccer team competed at the Oxnard United Invitational Tournament and finished as finalist in the tournament. Weekend game results follow:

Game #1
California United 3-0 VC Riptides
Goals: Lizbeth Mendez 2, Jazleen Vaca 1
Assist: Tori Piña 1, Lizbeth Mendez 1
Shutout: Delila Ramirez

Game #2
California United 2-1 AYSO United
Goals: Valerie Rubio 1, Tori Piña 1
Assist: Jazleen Vaca

Game #3
California United 1-2 Oxnard United
Goal: Alondra Leon
Assist: Lizbeth Mendez

Final Game
California United 1-2 Oxnard United FC Blue
Goal: Tori Piña
Overall Tournament Record: 2-2-0

 
Pictured above are this year’s 2019/2020 Fillmore Flashes Girls Tennis Team. Photos courtesy FHS Tennis Coach Lolita Bowman.
Pictured above are this year’s 2019/2020 Fillmore Flashes Girls Tennis Team. Photos courtesy FHS Tennis Coach Lolita Bowman.
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Submitted by FHS Tennis Coach Lolita Bowman

I want to introduce this years Fillmore High School Girls Tennis team. Yes, the team is big this year. There are approximately twenty girls on the team; and I hear there are more on the way! As always, thank you so much to Fillmore High School for allowing me to coach again for the fourth year in a row; I know it is a privilege to coach a high school team. We are working on the rules of tennis and definitely getting into shape for the up-coming season which will begin about mid August. We are sprinting, stretching, and completing agility drills so we are fit to play a good game of tennis. The girls are getting better by the day, and once again I have a tennis court full of nice girls. One more thing, we are hoping the City of Fillmore replaces the tennis nets; one has a large hole, and the second net is without a center strap. All for now and thank you for reading this article!

 
The Fillmore 12U All Star Team that will compete at the District Playoff’s on Friday, June 14th at 6 p.m. in Oxnard, which is a California State Qualifier. Photo courtesy Stephanie Cardona.
The Fillmore 12U All Star Team that will compete at the District Playoff’s on Friday, June 14th at 6 p.m. in Oxnard, which is a California State Qualifier. Photo courtesy Stephanie Cardona.
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Submitted by Cali Venegas

Congratulations to Fillmore 12U All Star Team as they round up their tournament All Star season before entering into The USA Softball Western District C Playoff’s. The team started a few weeks back on Mother’s Day weekend participating in the Moorpark Tune up Tournament where they finished in 1st place.

Next they visited Santa Monica Girls Softball where they participated in 2 games winning both, but were unable to complete the tournament due to poor weather conditions. Memorial Day weekend the team stayed local and participated in the 25th Annual Thousand Oaks Girls All Star Tournament playing 5 games winning them all and ending as the 12U Silver Division Champions.

This past weekend the team participated in the Jessica Mendoza All Star Tournament hosted by Camarillo Girls Softball. The team played 5 games over the weekend winning them all and once again finished as the 12U Silver Division Champions.

Now the team will prepare for District playoff’s which will be held in Oxnard, June 14-17th with Fillmore hitting the field Friday, June 14, 2019 at 6pm at 801 Hobson Way in Oxnard. This tournament is California State qualifier. Fillmore will enter District play with a record of 15-0-2. Their team’s overall batting average is .438, their fielding percentage is .930 and collectively their pitchers ERA is an outstanding .977. Congratulations to the entire team and coaching staff; continue to represent Fillmore in such a positive fashion and know that everyone is rooting for your team’s success. Good Luck Girls!

 
Pictured is the Fillmore’s California United 2008 Girls Soccer Team. Top row (l-r) Head Coach David Vaca, Anel Castillo, Alondra Leon, Lizbeth Mendez, Valerie Rubio, Jazleen Vaca, Nathalia Orozco, and Assistant Coach Aciano Mendez. Bottom row (l-r) Jiselle Posadas, Leanna Villa, Joelle Rodriguez, Delila Ramirez, Sara Diaz, and Danna Castillo. Not pictured: Fiona Cabral and Assistant Coach John Cabral.
Pictured is the Fillmore’s California United 2008 Girls Soccer Team. Top row (l-r) Head Coach David Vaca, Anel Castillo, Alondra Leon, Lizbeth Mendez, Valerie Rubio, Jazleen Vaca, Nathalia Orozco, and Assistant Coach Aciano Mendez. Bottom row (l-r) Jiselle Posadas, Leanna Villa, Joelle Rodriguez, Delila Ramirez, Sara Diaz, and Danna Castillo. Not pictured: Fiona Cabral and Assistant Coach John Cabral.
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Pictured above is Fillmore’s California United 2008 Boys Soccer Team. Top row (l-r) Juan Medina, Christian Solis, Julian Medina, Hector Hernandez , Edgar Castellon, and Christian Ramirez. Bottom (l-r) Jayden Guzman, Jaycob Guzman, Saul Magana, Israel arroyo, Julio Ballesteros, and Angel Garza. Not pictured: Abe de la Cruz and Jesus Canch.
Pictured above is Fillmore’s California United 2008 Boys Soccer Team. Top row (l-r) Juan Medina, Christian Solis, Julian Medina, Hector Hernandez , Edgar Castellon, and Christian Ramirez. Bottom (l-r) Jayden Guzman, Jaycob Guzman, Saul Magana, Israel arroyo, Julio Ballesteros, and Angel Garza. Not pictured: Abe de la Cruz and Jesus Canch.
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Submitted by Nancy Vaca

This past weekend the California United Soccer 2008 Girls and Bys teams competed at in the B-Active Fusion Tournament the Girls took the Championship for their divisions, and the Boys just fell short in the Finals. Game results are below:
2008 Girls B-Active Fusion Tournament Results - Game 1 - California United 3- 1 West Covina; Goals: Lizbeth Mendez 3(hat trick); Assist: Valerie Rubio 1.

Game 2 - California United 4-1 Ventura FC Riptides; Goals: Lizbeth Mendez 4; Assist: Leanna Villa 1, and Valerie Rubio 1.

Game 3 Semi Final - California United 4-1 Boca; Goals: Alondra Leon 1, Lizbeth Mendez 1, Sara Diaz 1, and Valerie Rubio 1; Assist: Lizbeth Mendez 1, Nathalia Orozco 1.

Game 4 Final - California United 4-3 Legends; Goals: Alondra Leon 2, Lizbeth Mendez 1, Valerie Rubio 1; Assist: Nathalia Orozco 1, Lizbeth Mendez 1, and Valerie Rubio 1. Overall Tournament Record: 4-0-0.

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2008 Boys B-Active Fusion Tournament Results - Game 1 - California United 1-0 Ventura; Goals: Jesus Canchola.

Game 2 - California United 1-5 Extreme; Goal: Jesus Canchola.

Game 3 Semi Final - California United 5-0 Channel Islands United; Goals: Jayden Guzman 1
Christian Ramirez 1 (PK), Jesus Canchola 3.

Game 4 Final - California United 1-5 Extreme SC Silver; Goal: Saul Magana. Overall Tournament Record 2-2-0.