Congratulations to the U12 Girls All-Stars team for participating at the AYSO Section 10 Cup in Camarillo on Fathers Day weekend bringing the championship to Fillmore, CA. AYSO Region 242. Top row: Coach Omero Martinez, Salma Gomez, Ryan Nunez, Reylene Martinez, Calista Godfrey-Vaca, Coach Arnold Munoz. Bottom Row: Grace Topete, Stephanie Magana, Jocelyn Munoz, Lily Uribe, Yuliana Magana, not in picture Jada Avila.
Congratulations to the U12 Girls All-Stars team for participating at the AYSO Section 10 Cup in Camarillo on Fathers Day weekend bringing the championship to Fillmore, CA. AYSO Region 242. Top row: Coach Omero Martinez, Salma Gomez, Ryan Nunez, Reylene Martinez, Calista Godfrey-Vaca, Coach Arnold Munoz. Bottom Row: Grace Topete, Stephanie Magana, Jocelyn Munoz, Lily Uribe, Yuliana Magana, not in picture Jada Avila.
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(l-r) Amanda Villa and Sierra Huerta
(l-r) Amanda Villa and Sierra Huerta

In early May, Fillmore Girls Softball hosted a Pitch Hit & Run contest hosted by Aquafina in conjunction with Major League Baseball.

Top winners from each age group were eligible to move on to the PHR Sectional held in San Luis Obispo. On May 14th, girls advancing from Fillmore’s local competition competed against other girls from various So-Cal and Central Coast areas. Fillmore girls receiving awards included: Taylor Brown 2nd Place for the 13/14 year old division, Sierra Huerta 1st Place (11/12 div.), Bailey Huerta 2nd Place (11/12 div.), Amanda Villa 1st Place (9/10 div.).

First place scores from each age group were entered into competition with 12 other So-Cal sectional contests. The top 3 from the combination of all those sectionals advanced to the Team Championship at Dodger Stadium on June 19th, Father’s Day.

Sierra Huerta, after narrowly defeating her sister Bailey, advanced to Dodger Stadium in the 11/12 year old division while Amanda Villa advanced in the 9/10 year old division.

After the competition at Dodger Stadium, Amanda Villa and Sierra Huerta placed first in their respective age divisions. Both girls participated in the pre-game show and saw their pictures flashed on DodgerVision while hearing their names and hometown announced to the crowd.

Wow! Two Fillmore girls out of all those Central Coast and So-Cal competitions representing the Dodgers in the national competition. Team Championships are being held throughout the month of June at the 30 Major League Ball Parks. The national winners will be selected based on numerical scores submitted. The top 3 national scores for each age group will be announced on the MLB Network on “MLB Tonight” June 27th, 6pm EST.

 


 
The girls won the championship after a 2 inning international tie breaker game against Camarillo Gold. They also beat Moorpark in the Simi finals and Ventura in the elimination game to get to the championship game. These girls have now made it to the championship game 3 tournaments in a row and winning 2 of them. Great Job Fillmore All-stars 10u. Pictured Top Row: Amanda Villa, Sami Ibarra, Tori Villegas, Tots Cervantes Middle Row: Jessica Harvey, Kasey Crawford, Nikki West, Maddie Charles, Bottom Row: Cali Wyand, Lindsey Brown, and Nevaeh Walla. Manager Danny Ibarra, Phillip Hurtado, Hector Cervantes and Carina Crawford.
The girls won the championship after a 2 inning international tie breaker game against Camarillo Gold. They also beat Moorpark in the Simi finals and Ventura in the elimination game to get to the championship game. These girls have now made it to the championship game 3 tournaments in a row and winning 2 of them. Great Job Fillmore All-stars 10u. Pictured Top Row: Amanda Villa, Sami Ibarra, Tori Villegas, Tots Cervantes Middle Row: Jessica Harvey, Kasey Crawford, Nikki West, Maddie Charles, Bottom Row: Cali Wyand, Lindsey Brown, and Nevaeh Walla. Manager Danny Ibarra, Phillip Hurtado, Hector Cervantes and Carina Crawford.
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Fillmore 10U All-Stars take the Camarillo All-Star (Gold) Tournament after defeating Thousand Oaks in the Championship game. The girls had to beat teams from Hart, Santa Monica, and Northridge to reach the championship. Pictured Top Row: Tots Cervantes, Nikki West, Jessica Harvey, Amanda Villa, Maddie Charles, and Tori Villegas. Middle Row: Kasey Crawford and Sami Ibarra, Bottom Row: Cali Wyand, Lindsey Brown, and Naveah Walla. Manager Danny Ibarra, Coach Phil Hurtado, Hector Cervantes, Carina Crawford and Monique Cervantes.
Fillmore 10U All-Stars take the Camarillo All-Star (Gold) Tournament after defeating Thousand Oaks in the Championship game. The girls had to beat teams from Hart, Santa Monica, and Northridge to reach the championship. Pictured Top Row: Tots Cervantes, Nikki West, Jessica Harvey, Amanda Villa, Maddie Charles, and Tori Villegas. Middle Row: Kasey Crawford and Sami Ibarra, Bottom Row: Cali Wyand, Lindsey Brown, and Naveah Walla. Manager Danny Ibarra, Coach Phil Hurtado, Hector Cervantes, Carina Crawford and Monique Cervantes.
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Coaching staff: Manager Robert Ibarra; Coaches: Leo Meza, Keith Gurrola & Brad Whitaker Our lady ballers are: Niki Spencer; Leah Meza; Sonya Gonzales; Cheyanne Tarango; Angelic Murillo; Karissa Ibarra; Serena DeLaCruz; Jordyn Whitaker; Santana Carerra; Tina Wheeler; and Stacey Lopez. Courtesy of Denise Berrington.
Coaching staff: Manager Robert Ibarra; Coaches: Leo Meza, Keith Gurrola & Brad Whitaker Our lady ballers are: Niki Spencer; Leah Meza; Sonya Gonzales; Cheyanne Tarango; Angelic Murillo; Karissa Ibarra; Serena DeLaCruz; Jordyn Whitaker; Santana Carerra; Tina Wheeler; and Stacey Lopez. Courtesy of Denise Berrington.
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The Fillmore 14U girls left the Thousand Oaks Tournament held this past Memorial Weekend undefeated with only one game great game that ended in a tie.

The girls played great defense and with their outstanding, well rounded, coaching staff they pulled out all the tricks of the game and played hard to take the number one spot! This group of girls has a wonderful blend of chemistry that shows on the field. From their strong bats to our outstanding pitching all weekend long, the Fillmore 14U team gave it their all.

The final game on Monday was a sea-saw game, with Fillmore defeating the Northridge Gold team that they originally tied Sunday afternoon… fans coaches and girls were roaring with excitement as the last play was made and their crown of number one fell into place! To give you an example of some of our heavy hitters here are the top 3 batting averages: Cheyanne .615; Leah .533; Sonya, Serena & Karissa .461.

Fillmore’s 10U All-star team fought had but lost in the finals to Simi Valley in an International Tie-Breaker. The team brought home a respectable 2nd Place Finish. Our 8U team battled their way to the semi-finals where they were defeated. Fillmore is very proud of our program as this year the Western District Committee has placed us in the “B” Division where the competition is very tough! Keep up the hard work girls!

 


 
Fillmore Dream Soccer Club U-8 boys participated in the Cal Pal State Soccer Tournament on May 14 and 15. Fillmore Dream won the championship and took 1st place. They defeated Aztecas from Oxnard 3 to 2. The parents and coaches are very proud of these boys for there hard work and dedication they give every single game. Keep up the good work !! “ GO FILLMORE DREAM SOCCER CLUB”! Pictured top row (l-r) Coaches : Francisco Garibay, Damian Magana, Omero Martinez Players : Middle row (l-r) Ricky Calderon, Michael Garibay, Anthony Magana, Damian Magana Jr., Oden Rosten. Bottom row (l-r) Andy Becerra, Damon Villa, Adrian Martinez, Javier Mendez.
Fillmore Dream Soccer Club U-8 boys participated in the Cal Pal State Soccer Tournament on May 14 and 15. Fillmore Dream won the championship and took 1st place. They defeated Aztecas from Oxnard 3 to 2. The parents and coaches are very proud of these boys for there hard work and dedication they give every single game. Keep up the good work !! “ GO FILLMORE DREAM SOCCER CLUB”! Pictured top row (l-r) Coaches : Francisco Garibay, Damian Magana, Omero Martinez Players : Middle row (l-r) Ricky Calderon, Michael Garibay, Anthony Magana, Damian Magana Jr., Oden Rosten. Bottom row (l-r) Andy Becerra, Damon Villa, Adrian Martinez, Javier Mendez.
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Fillmore All-Stars 8U Team: Coaches: Karen Fontes, Mario Robledo, Jeff Fontes, & Louie Garza .Players: Olivia Robledo, Jessie Fontes, Audrey Clay, Jordyn Walla, Janissa Rodriguez, Heaven Aparicio, Isabella Ayala, Sarina Bracamontes, April Lizarraga, Jazmin Zavala, Lexi Garza, Alyssa Ibarra. On May 20th thru the 22nd Fillmore’s 8 and under Girls Softball All-Star team traveled to El Cajon, California to participate in the 13th Annual Corky Russell Softball Tournament. The girls battled hard all weekend, and made it to the finals, taking 2nd to East County from San Diego. Way to represent Fillmore girls!! We are VERY proud of you!
Fillmore All-Stars 8U Team: Coaches: Karen Fontes, Mario Robledo, Jeff Fontes, & Louie Garza .Players: Olivia Robledo, Jessie Fontes, Audrey Clay, Jordyn Walla, Janissa Rodriguez, Heaven Aparicio, Isabella Ayala, Sarina Bracamontes, April Lizarraga, Jazmin Zavala, Lexi Garza, Alyssa Ibarra. On May 20th thru the 22nd Fillmore’s 8 and under Girls Softball All-Star team traveled to El Cajon, California to participate in the 13th Annual Corky Russell Softball Tournament. The girls battled hard all weekend, and made it to the finals, taking 2nd to East County from San Diego. Way to represent Fillmore girls!! We are VERY proud of you!
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Perce's Kenpo Karate Studio recently competed in a Karate Tournament in Oxnard. It was held on May 14th at St. Johns Lutheran Church. There were over 110 Participates from all over Southern California. Kata Division results were: 4-5 years old White-Orange belt 4th place Ty Weeks. 6 years old White-Orange belt 2nd place Ty Morris, Participation Isaiah Felix. 7 years old White-Orange belt 2nd place Aaron Carranza, Participation Gabriel Tovar. 8-10 years old White-Orange belt Arianna Salas. 8-10 years old White-Purple belt 3rd place Erasmo Salazar. 8-10 years old Jr.; Brown-Black belt Participation Tyler Bode. 8-10 years old Brown-Black belt 4th place Blake Boren. 11-12 years old Brown-Black belt 4th place Iliana Hernandez. 13-17 years old Brown-Black Belt 3rd place Adrian Moreno. 18 and up Brown-Black belt 2nd place Samuel Hernandez.

Sparring Division result: participation Gabriel Tovar and Justice Rodriguez. 9 and under Brown belt 4th place Blake Boren. 10-12 years old Brown-Black belt 1st place Angel Rodriguez. 12-15 years old Orange-Blue belt 3rd place Javier Rodriguez. 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 on training please contact Perce's Kenpo Karate Studio at 805-524-6870.

 
Fillmore High School Boys CIF 4 x 100m Relay (l-r) Juan Mariscal, Christian Cornejo, Daniel Cruz and Alberto Fernandez
Fillmore High School Boys CIF 4 x 100m Relay (l-r) Juan Mariscal, Christian Cornejo, Daniel Cruz and Alberto Fernandez
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This year marked a successful season for the Fillmore Flashes Track and Field team. Early in the season the team set a goal to become Frontier League champions in both the Junior Varsity and Varsity levels for boys and girls. It wasn’t an easy task for the Varsity competition as both Malibu and Santa Paula were both very close after the three regular season Frontier League meets in the 7 team league. On May 5th, 2011 the Flashes left the field victorious in their efforts due to successful teamwork.

In the Girls Varsity division Freshman Kiana Hope lead her team in the distance races, earning fifteen points individually at league finals, the most points earned in the entire League. Kiana was named Most Valuable Runner for the Frontier League. The girls’ team would not have been successful without all of the event groups, including Junior Alejandra Amezcua, who earned points both in the shot put and discus. In the jumps, Junior Ashley Coert earned points in the 100 and 300 Hurdles as well as the high jump and triple jump. In the sprints we were lead by Senior Josefina Fernandez. In addition, the Girls Junior Varsity successful won League which will be instrumental for the future Girls Varsity team.

The Boys Varsity had the toughest competition in the League. The three schools including Malibu, Santa Paula and Fillmore were neck and neck going into the competition, winner take all. They knew it was going to be a battle to bring home the title. In the distance competitions, Sophomore Jose Almaguer moved up from the Frosh-Soph division to Varsity to score points in the 1600m, while Junior Alexander Gonzalez and Sophomore Adrian Mejia battled Santa Paula in the 3200m. In the sprints our boys 4 x 100m qualified for the CIF Prelims. Senior Christian Cornejo scored points in the 100m, 200m and in the 4 x 400m relay where he ran for a teammate. Junior Juan Mariscal scored points in the 400m, 200m as well as the 4 x 400m Relay. In our throws events, Freshmen Ricardo Gutierrez and sophomore Eduardo Gomez lead the Flashes team with points in both Shot Put and Discus.
The Freshman-Sophomore division came out of the Frontier League with an easy win and was deep enough in some event classes to help step up to the Varsity team when needed. The team is definitely proud of their teammates and their success. They are even more proud to bring home a League title to our school and hometown.

Congratulations to the 2011 Fillmore High School Track and Field team.

 
Team Fillmore participated in the 2011 Special Olympics School Games at Nordoff High School on Saturday, May 7, 2011. The students with moderate to severe disabilities competed in track events including running, walking, wheelchair, and assisted races, as well as, the tennis ball drop/throw, softball throw, and the standing long jump field events. The Fillmore team competed against other Ventura County teams. Participants for Team Fillmore and events: Michael Delgadillo: 10 m wheelchair race, tennis ball drop. Leo Magana: 50 M dash, standing long jump, Jessica Ramirez: 25M dash, tennis ball drop, Fabian Nieto: 10 M wheelchair, tennis ball throw, Nathan Palacio: 10 M wheelchair, tennis ball drop, Jose Hernandez: 25 M dash, softball throw, Kislev Valenzuela: 10 M assisted walk, tennis ball throw, Marco Cardenas: 100M dash, softball throw, Jorge Escobedo: 100M dash, softball throw, Paola Lozano: 100M dash, softball throw, Anna Maldonado: 100M dash, standing long jump, Jamie Rhett: 100M, softball throw, Brandon Sears: 100M dash, softball throw, Jessica Sears: 100M dash, softball throw, Alex Soriano: 100M dash, softball throw, Lizette Martinez: 50 M dash, standing long jump, Layiah Cook: 25 M dash, tennis ball throw. [Courtesy Stacia Helmer, F.H.S. Special Education]
Team Fillmore participated in the 2011 Special Olympics School Games at Nordoff High School on Saturday, May 7, 2011. The students with moderate to severe disabilities competed in track events including running, walking, wheelchair, and assisted races, as well as, the tennis ball drop/throw, softball throw, and the standing long jump field events. The Fillmore team competed against other Ventura County teams. Participants for Team Fillmore and events: Michael Delgadillo: 10 m wheelchair race, tennis ball drop. Leo Magana: 50 M dash, standing long jump, Jessica Ramirez: 25M dash, tennis ball drop, Fabian Nieto: 10 M wheelchair, tennis ball throw, Nathan Palacio: 10 M wheelchair, tennis ball drop, Jose Hernandez: 25 M dash, softball throw, Kislev Valenzuela: 10 M assisted walk, tennis ball throw, Marco Cardenas: 100M dash, softball throw, Jorge Escobedo: 100M dash, softball throw, Paola Lozano: 100M dash, softball throw, Anna Maldonado: 100M dash, standing long jump, Jamie Rhett: 100M, softball throw, Brandon Sears: 100M dash, softball throw, Jessica Sears: 100M dash, softball throw, Alex Soriano: 100M dash, softball throw, Lizette Martinez: 50 M dash, standing long jump, Layiah Cook: 25 M dash, tennis ball throw. [Courtesy Stacia Helmer, F.H.S. Special Education]
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Alex Soriano leads the Parade.
Alex Soriano leads the Parade.
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Alex Soriano.
Alex Soriano.
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Jamie Rhett: runs 100 M dash and throws a softball.
Jamie Rhett: runs 100 M dash and throws a softball.
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Jessican and Jamie.
Jessican and Jamie.
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Michael Delgadillo wins gold.
Michael Delgadillo wins gold.
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Kislev Valenzuela: 10 M assisted walk, tennis ball throw.
Kislev Valenzuela: 10 M assisted walk, tennis ball throw.
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Marco and Anna on the podium.
Marco and Anna on the podium.
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Pictured (l-r) Marco Cardenas, Anna Maldonado, Paola Lozano, Jessica Ramirez, and Alex Soriano. Cardenas participated in the 110M dash and softball throw, Maldonado 100M dash, standing long jump, Lozano 100M dash, softball throw, Ramirez 25M dash, tennis ball throw, and Soriano 100M dash, softball throw.
Pictured (l-r) Marco Cardenas, Anna Maldonado, Paola Lozano, Jessica Ramirez, and Alex Soriano. Cardenas participated in the 110M dash and softball throw, Maldonado 100M dash, standing long jump, Lozano 100M dash, softball throw, Ramirez 25M dash, tennis ball throw, and Soriano 100M dash, softball throw.
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Brandon and Jorge.
Brandon and Jorge.
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Anna Maldonado leads the Pledge of Allegence.
Anna Maldonado leads the Pledge of Allegence.
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From left to right, top row: Coach Ignacio Calderon, Ivan Zepeda, Jose Valdez, Enrique Gutierrez, Edgar Rea, Michael Garcia, Saul Santarosa, and Jesus Zamora. Bottom row: Cristian Hernandez, Cristian Rosales, Jaime (JJ) Gonzalez, Julian (Ju) Calderon, Water Girl: Isabella (Bella) Calderon, Cristian Candelario, Joel Garza, Alex Rodrigez, Jesus (JJ) Hinojosa. Not in picture: Coach Octavio Hernandez, Andres Avila and Luis Posada.
From left to right, top row: Coach Ignacio Calderon, Ivan Zepeda, Jose Valdez, Enrique Gutierrez, Edgar Rea, Michael Garcia, Saul Santarosa, and Jesus Zamora. Bottom row: Cristian Hernandez, Cristian Rosales, Jaime (JJ) Gonzalez, Julian (Ju) Calderon, Water Girl: Isabella (Bella) Calderon, Cristian Candelario, Joel Garza, Alex Rodrigez, Jesus (JJ) Hinojosa. Not in picture: Coach Octavio Hernandez, Andres Avila and Luis Posada.
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On Saturday May 7th, Fillmore United Soccer Club Won their second Championship title in the Oxnard PAL Spring soccer league. They defeated Oxnard PAL blue 4 to 2 in the final match that took place at Oxnard College soccer fields. This is the second title for Fillmore United and second perfect undefeated season finishing with a record of 10 wins and one tie. Parents and coaches are extremely proud of these boys for the hard work, discipline, and dedication they gave into every single game. Fillmore United will be participating in the California Coast soccer league, competing against teams from all cities of Ventura and Los Angeles County. We would like to thank team moms Alyssa Calderon and "Lebe" Candelario for their contributions to the team and for doing all the things that coaches were unable or unwilling to do. Best of luck to all the boys. "GO Fillmore United"

 
(above) Maritza Meza #15 stretches for the ball to get the runner out at first base. The 2011 Softball season for the FHS Lady Flashes will be coming to an end next week.  The Lady Flashes Varsity team played against Grace Brethren on Tuesday, May 3rd winning 5 – 0.  Karinna Carrillo was the top hitter for the Flashes going 3 for 3.  Jaynessa Lopez went 3 for 2 with a double and a single while Olivia Alcozar went 2 for 3 with singles to help the Lady Flashes.  Amber Magana was on the mound for the Flashes pitching a great game.  The last home game will be on Thursday, May 5th.  Starting at 3:15 pm 5 seniors will be recognized prior to the start of the game against Oaks Christian.  The 5 seniors are Heidi Hinklin, Lilah Duran, Samantha Wokal, Maritza Meza and Olivia Alcozar.  Other team members are Chellie Arreguin, Jaynessa Lopez, Candace Stines, Amber Magana, Kennedy Smith and Karina Carrillo. Overall the Lady Flashes have had a successful season with a record of 16 -5 overall, 5-4 in League.  Next week they will play on Monday at Nordhoff High School, and Tuesday against St. Bonaventure at Camino Real Park.
(above) Maritza Meza #15 stretches for the ball to get the runner out at first base. The 2011 Softball season for the FHS Lady Flashes will be coming to an end next week. The Lady Flashes Varsity team played against Grace Brethren on Tuesday, May 3rd winning 5 – 0. Karinna Carrillo was the top hitter for the Flashes going 3 for 3. Jaynessa Lopez went 3 for 2 with a double and a single while Olivia Alcozar went 2 for 3 with singles to help the Lady Flashes. Amber Magana was on the mound for the Flashes pitching a great game. The last home game will be on Thursday, May 5th. Starting at 3:15 pm 5 seniors will be recognized prior to the start of the game against Oaks Christian. The 5 seniors are Heidi Hinklin, Lilah Duran, Samantha Wokal, Maritza Meza and Olivia Alcozar. Other team members are Chellie Arreguin, Jaynessa Lopez, Candace Stines, Amber Magana, Kennedy Smith and Karina Carrillo. Overall the Lady Flashes have had a successful season with a record of 16 -5 overall, 5-4 in League. Next week they will play on Monday at Nordhoff High School, and Tuesday against St. Bonaventure at Camino Real Park.
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Kyle Howarth, son of John and Barbara Howarth of Granite Bay and grandson of Fred and Janet Howarth of Bardsdale, was the male recipient of the CIF Scholar Athlete of the Year Award in the Sac-Joaquin Section of Northern California.

This award, titled the Clark Coover Scholarship, is given to the top male and female athlete from over 300 high schools in the area. It was presented at a ceremony in Lodi, California on April 12th.

Kyle is a senior at Granite Bay High School and will graduate with honors this spring. He has a 4.27 GPA and will study pre-med at UC Davis. He's a three-year letterman in soccer, basketball and volleyball and a four time team captain. A three-time all-league performer in soccer, Kyle has been on four section-title teams-two each in soccer and volleyball.

Kyle is a Link Crew leader, volunteer youth basketball camp coach, lifetime CSF member and has received a National Merit Award. Last fall, he coordinated Youth Soccer Night on campus and more than l,000 fans - many of them youth soccer players attended the event.

 
The Fillmore Flashes held their swim meet last Wednesday, April 20th against Saint Bonaventure High School. Results were not available at press time.
The Fillmore Flashes held their swim meet last Wednesday, April 20th against Saint Bonaventure High School. Results were not available at press time.
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Nick Johnson, 15, gets ready for the swimming event.
Nick Johnson, 15, gets ready for the swimming event.
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Kiana Hope and Adrian Mejia
Kiana Hope and Adrian Mejia
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On Saturday April 16th Fillmore High School Track competed at the 92nd Annual Russell Cup Track & Field Invitational in Carpinteria. The Flashes competed against some very stiff competition and did a great job.

Fifteen athletes had a total of 20 personal records set that day. Kiana Hope placed 2nd in the 1600 Meters 5:26.43 and placed 1st in the 3200 Meters 11:57.89. Adrian Mejia placed 4th in the 3200 Meters 10.43.44. Girls Division: 300 Meter Hurdles Kayla Sheperd 56.75, 100 Meters Josefina Fernandez 13.55, 100 Meters, Kaytee Magana 14.15, 200 Meters Kaytee Magana 29.54, 400 Meters, Anissa Magdaleno 68.04, 800 Meters, Ana Morino 2.32.04, 3200 Meters, Lucia Diaz 14.15.53, Triple Jump, Josefina Fernandez 31-10 Âľ Boys Division: 110 Meter Hurdles, Justin Beach 21.16, 110 Meter Hurdles, Cris Rojas 20.07, 300 Meter Hurdles Justin Beach 52.93, 200 Meters Daniel Cruz 24.19, 800 Meters Isaac Gomez 2.13.14, 1600 Meters, Jose Almaguer 4.52.34, 1600 Meters, Anthony Rivas 5.03.84, 3200 Meters, Anthony Rivas 10.59.03, Shot Put, Ricardo Gutierrez 36-09 ÂĽ.

Coaches and parents were proud of the way the Flashes competed and bettered their times and distances. Way to go
Flashes!

 
At Tuesday night’s games, Gera Avalo #9 “kills” the ball against Carpinteria. Avalo also broke the record for kills at 24. Fillmore eventually lost during the epic battle against Carpinteria, 3 games to 2, 19-25, 25-23, 23-25, 25-23, and 14-16.
At Tuesday night’s games, Gera Avalo #9 “kills” the ball against Carpinteria. Avalo also broke the record for kills at 24. Fillmore eventually lost during the epic battle against Carpinteria, 3 games to 2, 19-25, 25-23, 23-25, 25-23, and 14-16.
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Nathan Zavala does a great job against Carpinteria.
Nathan Zavala does a great job against Carpinteria.
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Angel Marino #1 sets the ball for James Farr #8. Marino had 41 assists breaking the record in “assist” during Tuesday night’s game. Chris Delapaz also broke a record with 24 digs.
Angel Marino #1 sets the ball for James Farr #8. Marino had 41 assists breaking the record in “assist” during Tuesday night’s game. Chris Delapaz also broke a record with 24 digs.
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Nick Paz takes a lead off of third base against Santa Paula, last Friday. Going into the 7th inning tied 6-6, Fillmore lost 13-6.
Nick Paz takes a lead off of third base against Santa Paula, last Friday. Going into the 7th inning tied 6-6, Fillmore lost 13-6.
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Alan Lizaraga slides safely into third base. Christian Conaway was 2 for 4, Jess Cazares and Francisco Ortiz were 1 for 3 including a double and an RBI.
Alan Lizaraga slides safely into third base. Christian Conaway was 2 for 4, Jess Cazares and Francisco Ortiz were 1 for 3 including a double and an RBI.
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(l-r) are 2nd place winners Ronnie Alcozar and Rusty Ortega, Tournament Coordinator Paul Vaiz, 1st place winners Richard Ruiz & Ricky Ruiz. The 1st Annual FHS Athletic and FFA Booster Club Horseshoe Tournament was held on Saturday April 9, 2011 at Britt Park. There were 8 teams that participated and supported this fundraiser. 1st place winners were Richard and Ricky Ruiz of Fillmore, and 2nd place winners were Rusty Ortega and Ronnie Alcozar of Piru. All winners were awarded prizes and T-shirts. On behalf of the FHS Athletic and FFA Booster clubs we would like to thank Paul Vaiz for his expertise and for running our
horseshoe tournament this year. Also thank you to all the pitchers Rodney Schrock and Randy Lemons, Willie Leighton and Michael Boschee, Lawrence and Edwin Boschee, Steve Hope and Richard Molina, Chris Hernandez and Jessie Avila, Ernie and Curtis Holmes.
(l-r) are 2nd place winners Ronnie Alcozar and Rusty Ortega, Tournament Coordinator Paul Vaiz, 1st place winners Richard Ruiz & Ricky Ruiz. The 1st Annual FHS Athletic and FFA Booster Club Horseshoe Tournament was held on Saturday April 9, 2011 at Britt Park. There were 8 teams that participated and supported this fundraiser. 1st place winners were Richard and Ricky Ruiz of Fillmore, and 2nd place winners were Rusty Ortega and Ronnie Alcozar of Piru. All winners were awarded prizes and T-shirts. On behalf of the FHS Athletic and FFA Booster clubs we would like to thank Paul Vaiz for his expertise and for running our horseshoe tournament this year. Also thank you to all the pitchers Rodney Schrock and Randy Lemons, Willie Leighton and Michael Boschee, Lawrence and Edwin Boschee, Steve Hope and Richard Molina, Chris Hernandez and Jessie Avila, Ernie and Curtis Holmes.
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Robert Martinez #4 slides into second base to break up a double play. Martinez was out.
Robert Martinez #4 slides into second base to break up a double play. Martinez was out.
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Christian Conaway hits a single up the middle. Fillmore lost to Bishop Diego 3-2, last Friday, April 1.
Christian Conaway hits a single up the middle. Fillmore lost to Bishop Diego 3-2, last Friday, April 1.
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Adrian Zavala (above) pitched against Bishop Diego.
Adrian Zavala (above) pitched against Bishop Diego.
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Corey Cole #2 beats the throw to first base.
Corey Cole #2 beats the throw to first base.
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Raiders Youth Football and Cheer will be holding one last registration, Wednesday, April 13th, from 6-7 at Mountain Vista Elementary School.