The 1/19/11 Fillmore Flashes Wrestling match scheduled against New Jewish Community for 6 PM has been postponed till 1/20/11. Weigh-ins and warmups begin at 5PM with wrestling set to start at 6 PM in the Flashes gym.

This is the second league match for the Flashes. As previously reported the Flashes are coming off an excellent performance at the Highland 10 Way this past weekend and ready to take control of the mat come Thursday night.

 


 
Flashes Wrestlers make presence known at the Highland 10 Way

Wrestling is the ultimate “mano e mano” sport. One ring, one referee, two wrestlers equally matched in weight, no special equipment except the desire of heart, physical strength, skills and ability.

14 wrestlers make up a complete team. The Fillmore Flashes roster is filled with holes in the lineup which is a huge disadvantage with wrestling team tournaments or when making a run at the League Title. That does not discourage the Flashes from making their presence known on the mat. On 1/14/11 and 1/15/11 The Flashes traveled to Palmdale for the always tough Highland 10 Way Tournament. The following schools competed at the 2011 Highland 10 Way; Highland, Palmdale, Antelope Valley, Knight, Eastside, Chatsworth, Upland, Agoura, Lancaster and Fillmore.

Competing for the Flashes were Francisco Enriqez at 103 pounds, Felicity Zavala at 112, Robert Bonilla at 119 pounds, Mark Zavala at 130 pounds, Kyle Castaneda at 135 pounds Jonathon Minero at 140 pounds, Alex Rivera at 145 pounds, Christian Conaway at 152 pounds, George Orozco at 189 pounds, Sammy Orozco at 215 pounds.

Fillmore wrestled Highland, Agoura, Chatsworth, Palmdale, Upland, Knight, Eastside and Lancaster over the 2 day tournament. While the Flashes gave up points due to vacancies on the roster, when measured Head to Head (the total score of those that wrestled) Fillmore beat every school with the exception of one. 7-1 Head to Head standings is an outstanding performance for Fillmore. After the Highland 10 Way the competition knows who the Fillmore Flashes are and what they are capable of.

The medals speak for themselves.
Sammy Orozco went 8 – 0. He took 1st Place at 215 pounds.
Christian Conaway went 7 – 1. He took 2nd Place at 152 pounds.
Kyle Castaneda went 6 – 2. He took 4th place at 135 pounds.
Mark Zavala went 7 – 1. He took 2nd place at 130 pounds.

Quickest pins went to Christian Conaway who had one pin in 11 seconds against Lancaster. Kyle Castaneda also jumped on the quick pin club with a 14 second pin against Lancaster.

Outstanding performances were turned in by Felicity Zavala who wrestled at 112 pounds. She went three full periods, 6 minutes of Varsity wrestling, against her male opponent from Highland. She also pinned her male opponent from Chatsworth!
Sammy Orozco put on a clinic of shear bull strength against much bigger opponents. To quote Coach Cal “You can’t out bull THE Bull”. George Orozco went 4 – 4, all 4 wins by pin. Oh, did I mention that George and Felicity are Freshman?
On 1/14 Robert Bonilla wrestled at 119 pounds and was 3 – 1 that day. To celebrate he ate a Double double and fries. Come Saturday morning he was 1.6 pounds over his weight limit. Prior to weigh-ins he ran and worked up a sweat and spit is body dry. He stepped on the scales and lost 1.2 pounds, which put him over his weight allowance by .4 pounds. A lessor wrestler might let that steal their mojo, but not Co-Captain Bonilla, he shrugged it off and moved up to 125 pounds and went 4 – 0 on Saturday.

The Highland 10 Way was an excellent skills test for the Flashes. Log on to Coach Cal’s post match interview for his comments.


Comments welcome.

 


 
Gerardo Arevalo #23, was the highest scorer of the game with 18 points, and 4 assists. J.P. Galvez also contributed 10 points and 9 rebounds.
Gerardo Arevalo #23, was the highest scorer of the game with 18 points, and 4 assists. J.P. Galvez also contributed 10 points and 9 rebounds.
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Chris DeLaPaz passes the ball to a teammate. Fillmore played LA Baptist last Wednesday, January 5. DeLaPaz had 6 assists and 7 rebounds.
Chris DeLaPaz passes the ball to a teammate. Fillmore played LA Baptist last Wednesday, January 5. DeLaPaz had 6 assists and 7 rebounds.
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Nathan Zavala #32 dribbles around his opponent.
Nathan Zavala #32 dribbles around his opponent.
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Corey Cole #25, shoots for two. Cole scored 7 points along with 4 assists. Angel Barajas contributed 5 points and 9 rebounds.
Corey Cole #25, shoots for two. Cole scored 7 points along with 4 assists. Angel Barajas contributed 5 points and 9 rebounds.
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Fillmore played against Oak Park on Wednesday, January 5, losing 1-0. Above Emannuel Magana #21 attempts to take the ball away from an Oak Park player.
Fillmore played against Oak Park on Wednesday, January 5, losing 1-0. Above Emannuel Magana #21 attempts to take the ball away from an Oak Park player.
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Robert Vasquez #19 gets a free kick. According to Coach Lomeli, Oscar Alferez and Ruben Camarena played well.
Robert Vasquez #19 gets a free kick. According to Coach Lomeli, Oscar Alferez and Ruben Camarena played well.
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A student of Perce's Kenpo Karate Studio in Fillmore earns his 1st degree black belt. Student Jessie Stuthers tested on December 11,2010 in Oxnard at the Flores Brothers Kenpo Karate Studio. Jessie is the first adult to achieve a black belt at Perce's Kenpo Karate.

The testing lasted for over two hours and had over eleven black belt judges. This was Jessie's best test. "He has put a lot of time and effort into his training," said Paul Perce owner and head instructor of Perce's Kenpo Karate. Jessie has been training at Perce's Kenpo Karate for over 14 years. He has a busy schedule with work, family and church. His dedication as a student has shown perseverance. Throughout the years Jessie has exhibited the 6 Principles of Black Belt: modesty, courtesy, integrity, self-control, perseverance, and indomitable spirit. Jessie also received a promotion to instructor at the testing. He will continue to teach and demonstrate for the karate studio. He is looking forward to training more and harder for his 2nd degree black belt test.

Congratulations Jessie. For more information contact Perce's Kenpo Karate at (805) 524-6870.

 

Dates: Sat. Jan. 29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in both Fillmore and Santa Paula. Late registrations will be during the first week of practice, if there are still openings.

Practices begin Mon., February 14 at 6:00 p.m. at Fillmore High School track. Practices last approximately one hour and are four days per week, Mon. thru Thur. Track meets will be held every Sat. beginning Mar.19 until May 21, 2011. No experience is necessary.

Parent volunteers are required to assist with track meets and anyone interested in coaching or assisting is encouraged to check with President Julian Morral (805) 612-7442.

Ages: Birthdates between 1995 and 2005.
Cost: $110 first child, $100 additional children in family. Cost includes uniform, photos, ribbons/medals, meets and practices. A separate $50 check (per family) for refundable deposit is required to ensure parent participation. New athletes must show birth certificates.

Please check the website for specific locations and more details: www.hvblazers.org. or call Julian Morral (805) 612-7442 or Maria Hernandez (805) 340-1240 for more information.

 

Registration for the 2011 Fillmore Girls Softball, Mini-sox and T-Ball Recreation Season will be happening soon! Registration dates are: Saturday, January 8th and 15th at the Fillmore Middle School Pavilion from 9:00am to 12:00pm; and Wednesday, January 12th and 19th at San Cayetano Elementary School Cafeteria from 6:00pm to 8:30pm.

Registration fees are $110 for Softball, and $95 for T-ball and Mini-Sox. Each player will be required to sell $40 in raffle tickets which will be pre-paid at registration. Boys T-Ball age requirements are 4 ½ to 6 years as of April 30, 2011; Girls Mini-Sox ages 4 ½ to 6 years as of January 1, 2011, and Girls Fastpitch Softball ages 6 to 14 years as of January 1, 2011. A copy of your child’s birth certificate is required at registration.

Try-outs will be held January 29th at Shiells Park from 12:00pm to 4:00pm. Late sign-ups will be accepted at try-outs but will be assessed a $25 late fee. Softball parent meeting to be held January 31st, 7:00pm at the Fillmore Middle School. Mini-sox and T-ball parent meeting to be held February 1st, 7:00pm at the Fillmore Middle School. Practices scheduled to start February 2nd, with Opening Ceremonies to be held Saturday, March 5th.

 
Above Christian Conaway took first place in the 160 pound division. Conaway went 10-0.
Above Christian Conaway took first place in the 160 pound division. Conaway went 10-0.
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Sammy Orozco wrestles his opponent during last Wednesday match.
Sammy Orozco wrestles his opponent during last Wednesday match.
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Marco Vega gets his opponent all twisted during the match.
Marco Vega gets his opponent all twisted during the match.
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The Flashes Wrestling Team is off to a solid start for the 2010-2011 season. Returning as Head Coach for his 24th year is Robert Calderon. He is assisted by Coaches Manual Ponce, David Navarrette, Julian and Domique Ramirez and Froggy Estrada

Wrestling is the ultimate strength and conditioning sport for athletes. A varsity wrestling match is comprised of 3, 2 minute periods. Wrestlers seek to gain control over their opponent with the goal being a pin, which results in a 6 team points. A wrestler earns points by the following means: Takedown 2 points, Reversal 2 points, Escape 1 point, Near Fall 2 points, Near Fall 3 points and a Pin is match over. A “Tech” win is when a wrestler racks up 15 points above their opponent before the match is ended. A Tech win results in 5 team points.
Wrestlers need to have strength, stamina, speed, flexibility and technique to be successful on the mat. It’s not uncommon to see serious wrestlers lifting weights and doing cardio workouts then report to practice for 2 hours. It’s a sport for real athletes.

For their opening match the Flashes hosted Santa Ynez on 12/8/10. As a team Santa Ynez won, but several Flashes wrestlers kicked off their individual efforts with a commanding performance.

The Flashes traveled on 12/10 & 11 to the Camarillo 10 Way. The Flashes wrestled Lompoc, Harvard Westlake, Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo, Camarillo, Rio Mesa, Pacifica, Lakewood and El Camino Real. Christian Conaway took 1st place at 160 pounds in the tournament after going 10 – 0 (6 pins, 1 tech win, 1 win by medical forfeit where the opponent couldn’t finish the match, and 2 byes). Mark Zavala took 4th place at 135 pounds after wrestling 7 – 3. The Flashes have a young team with only 4 wrestlers being Seniors (Conaway, Castaneda, Enriquez, Becerra), which means the program is in a building phase and bodes well for the 2011-12 season.

The Flashes are led by Team Captains Robert Bonilla and Christian Conaway. The Varsity team is comprised of Francisco Enriquez, Felicity Zavala, Robert Bonilla, Mark Zavala, Alex Rivera, Jeremy Martinez, Kyle Castaneda, Christian Conaway, Juan Becerra, Sammy Orozco, Marco Vega.

“I have high expectations for individuals on the Varisty Team this season. We’ve got a core group of extremely dedicated wrestlers who should place well” said Coach Calderon.

 
Congratulations to FILLMORE AYSO WHITE TIGERS U-12 team for winning the Championship this weekend defeating Santa Barbara 7-2. They will now go to Bakersfield to represent Ventura/Santa Barbara County in February 2011. Top Row: Coach Shorty Andrade, Anthony Cervantes, Issac Torres, Alex Mendoza, Coach Ernie Alcaraz, Jose Alamillo, Luis Salgado, Coach Andy Diaz. Bottom Row: Christian Andrade, Christian Rosales, Angel Velez, Andy Arana, Jess Ballesteros and Jairo Rios. Way to go Boys!!!
Congratulations to FILLMORE AYSO WHITE TIGERS U-12 team for winning the Championship this weekend defeating Santa Barbara 7-2. They will now go to Bakersfield to represent Ventura/Santa Barbara County in February 2011. Top Row: Coach Shorty Andrade, Anthony Cervantes, Issac Torres, Alex Mendoza, Coach Ernie Alcaraz, Jose Alamillo, Luis Salgado, Coach Andy Diaz. Bottom Row: Christian Andrade, Christian Rosales, Angel Velez, Andy Arana, Jess Ballesteros and Jairo Rios. Way to go Boys!!!
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Congratulations to the Fillmore Raiders Mighty Mite Silver Division 1 team who finished with a 10-2 record! This year, they were runner up in the Division 1 Superbowl Championship game, held on November 20, 2010 at Westlake High School. The Division 1 GCYFL (Gold Coast Youth Football League) is a very competitive divison where the Raiders Mighty Mite Silver team went against teams from Santa Clarita, Westlake, Simi Valley and Ventura. In addtion, this team last year had a record of 9-3 and was a finalist for the Division 2 GCYFL (Gold Coast Youth Football League) Championship game. The team would like to thank our Raiderettes, family and fans for all there support this season.
Congratulations to the Fillmore Raiders Mighty Mite Silver Division 1 team who finished with a 10-2 record! This year, they were runner up in the Division 1 Superbowl Championship game, held on November 20, 2010 at Westlake High School. The Division 1 GCYFL (Gold Coast Youth Football League) is a very competitive divison where the Raiders Mighty Mite Silver team went against teams from Santa Clarita, Westlake, Simi Valley and Ventura. In addtion, this team last year had a record of 9-3 and was a finalist for the Division 2 GCYFL (Gold Coast Youth Football League) Championship game. The team would like to thank our Raiderettes, family and fans for all there support this season.
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Above & below: Ashely Coert #5 attempts to make a three point shot against Santa Paula, last Friday, December 3rd. Also pictured Kayla Grove #4. The Fillmore Lady Flashes had an exciting tournament this past week. The teams involved in the tournament included LA Baptist, San Marcos, Bishop Diego, Santa Paula, Rosamond, Thacher, La Reina and Fillmore. Our Lady Flashes finished with two wins and two losses. Our team is young this year, there are no seniors on the team. The team members include juniors Jaynessa Lopez and Jenna Wilber, the only two returning varsity members from last year. New to the varsity team this year are juniors Ashley Coert, Esperanza Ocegueda and Ana Morino, sophomores Briana Garcia and Mary Ortiz and freshmen Kayla Grove, Raquel Aguilar and Anissa Cabral. Our All Tournament player was freshman Raquel Aguilar with a total of 47 points throughout the tournament and 25 rebounds. Our next tournament will begin Wednesday December 8th at Laguna Blanca in Santa Barbara and continue through Saturday.
Above & below: Ashely Coert #5 attempts to make a three point shot against Santa Paula, last Friday, December 3rd. Also pictured Kayla Grove #4. The Fillmore Lady Flashes had an exciting tournament this past week. The teams involved in the tournament included LA Baptist, San Marcos, Bishop Diego, Santa Paula, Rosamond, Thacher, La Reina and Fillmore. Our Lady Flashes finished with two wins and two losses. Our team is young this year, there are no seniors on the team. The team members include juniors Jaynessa Lopez and Jenna Wilber, the only two returning varsity members from last year. New to the varsity team this year are juniors Ashley Coert, Esperanza Ocegueda and Ana Morino, sophomores Briana Garcia and Mary Ortiz and freshmen Kayla Grove, Raquel Aguilar and Anissa Cabral. Our All Tournament player was freshman Raquel Aguilar with a total of 47 points throughout the tournament and 25 rebounds. Our next tournament will begin Wednesday December 8th at Laguna Blanca in Santa Barbara and continue through Saturday.
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Jaynessa Loez #25 goes up against Santa Paula’s Defense. Fillmore lost to Santa Paula 41-51.
Jaynessa Loez #25 goes up against Santa Paula’s Defense. Fillmore lost to Santa Paula 41-51.
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JV Boy’s Basketball at Carpinteria Tournament 12/1-12/4

12/1 Fillmore 36 ... Thousand Oaks 62 - L - Leading Scorer: Ruben Contreras 13points
12/2 Fillmore 65 ... Santa Ynez 37 - W - Leading Scorer: Jalen Rhodes 18points; Ruben Estrada 8 Reb.
12/3 Fillmore 59 ... Bishop Diego 46 - W - Leading Scorer: Ruben Estrada 18 points
12/4 Fillmore 69 ... Royal 60 - W - Leading Scorer: Jalen Rhodes 35points

Fillmore earned 3rd place at tournament.

 
Jasmine Medina #13 passes the ball to her teammate. FIllmore lost to Alemany 0-4. The girl’s soccer team start a tournament this Thursday at home against Vasquez High School.
Jasmine Medina #13 passes the ball to her teammate. FIllmore lost to Alemany 0-4. The girl’s soccer team start a tournament this Thursday at home against Vasquez High School.
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Gaby Santa Rosa #3 tries to take the ball away from her opponent.
Gaby Santa Rosa #3 tries to take the ball away from her opponent.
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Gaby Santa Rosa #3 uses her head to move the ball on the field.
Gaby Santa Rosa #3 uses her head to move the ball on the field.
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Congratulations to the Fillmore Raiders Junior Silver team for an undefeated regular season and for being our Junior Conference Champions. Our thanks to the Team Mom Valerie Sandoval, Coaches RJ Stump, Fernando Gonzalez, Raphael Meza, Marco Sandoval, Film crew leader-Sam Dominguez and all of our parents for their support this year. Names: Back row from right to left- Christian Teixeria, Joe Zelenka, Keelan Sandoval, Christian Cisneros, Cristian Barajas, Carson Davis, Alex Vargas, Sam Dominguez, Steven Tovar, and Tyler Stump. Front row from right to left - Raphael Meza, Chris Valdez, Fernando Pizano, Sam Estrada, Ian Morris, Dylan Satterfield, Fernando Gonzalez, Louis Garza, Joshua Sandoval, Michael Valdez, and Manny Vasquez.
Congratulations to the Fillmore Raiders Junior Silver team for an undefeated regular season and for being our Junior Conference Champions. Our thanks to the Team Mom Valerie Sandoval, Coaches RJ Stump, Fernando Gonzalez, Raphael Meza, Marco Sandoval, Film crew leader-Sam Dominguez and all of our parents for their support this year. Names: Back row from right to left- Christian Teixeria, Joe Zelenka, Keelan Sandoval, Christian Cisneros, Cristian Barajas, Carson Davis, Alex Vargas, Sam Dominguez, Steven Tovar, and Tyler Stump. Front row from right to left - Raphael Meza, Chris Valdez, Fernando Pizano, Sam Estrada, Ian Morris, Dylan Satterfield, Fernando Gonzalez, Louis Garza, Joshua Sandoval, Michael Valdez, and Manny Vasquez.
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November 28th, 2010 thru February 21st, 2011

To commemorate 86 years of Santa Paula High School football and 100 games between the Santa Paula. Cardinals and the Fillmore Plashes, one of the oldest high school football rivalries in California, the California Oil Museum presents its newest exhibit Red, White and Rivalry: A History of Santa Paula High School Football. Former players, cheerleaders and fans have loaned their personal photographs, jerseys, medals and memories to provide a nostalgic look back at not only the history of Cardinal football, bat the history of high school football itself!

Whether you are a Cardinal, a Flash, or just a football fan, you will be reminded of your love for the game!

LOCATION: 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula, CA. 93060.
HOURS: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday thru Sunday.
PRICE: ADULTS $4, SENIORS $3, YOUTH (6-17) $1

 
 
Fillmore Raiders J-1 played in the Superbowl last Saturday against Valley. Raiders lost 8-12. The game was tied 0-0 until the 4th quarter. Football photo’s provided by Crystall Gurrolla
Fillmore Raiders J-1 played in the Superbowl last Saturday against Valley. Raiders lost 8-12. The game was tied 0-0 until the 4th quarter. Football photo’s provided by Crystall Gurrolla
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Fillmore Raiders Mighty Mites played last Saturday against the Santa Clarita Wild Cats. They lost 6-20.
Fillmore Raiders Mighty Mites played last Saturday against the Santa Clarita Wild Cats. They lost 6-20.
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If you didn’t get your Longsleeve white shirt, sweatshirt or even the program, we still have some left. Please contact Susan Golson 216-4013 or Lynn Cole at 805-524-8491

 
Varsity lose 27-30, JV wins 38-20
John Paul Galvez saks Santa Paula’s Quarterback during Friday night’s game. Alex Gaspar had 15 tackles and Derek Luna had 11 tackles. According to Coach Dollar, “The team played well, it was a game that could have gone either way. The boys should be proud of their efforts this year.”
John Paul Galvez saks Santa Paula’s Quarterback during Friday night’s game. Alex Gaspar had 15 tackles and Derek Luna had 11 tackles. According to Coach Dollar, “The team played well, it was a game that could have gone either way. The boys should be proud of their efforts this year.”
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Corey Cole #11 Quarterback for the Flashes runs the ball for a few yards. Cole was 6 of 13 passes for 142 yards and two passing touchdowns.
Corey Cole #11 Quarterback for the Flashes runs the ball for a few yards. Cole was 6 of 13 passes for 142 yards and two passing touchdowns.
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Brandon Pina #64 and Daniel Cruz #19 brought down Santa Paula’s runningback.
Brandon Pina #64 and Daniel Cruz #19 brought down Santa Paula’s runningback.
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Nick Paz #21 stops Santa Paula at the line of scrimmage during Friday night’s game. Paz had 11 carries for 120 yards.
Nick Paz #21 stops Santa Paula at the line of scrimmage during Friday night’s game. Paz had 11 carries for 120 yards.
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Chris De La Paz tries to gain more yardage. De La Paz had 5 catches for 135 yards and 2 touchdowns. Fillmore will not be advancing to the finals.
Chris De La Paz tries to gain more yardage. De La Paz had 5 catches for 135 yards and 2 touchdowns. Fillmore will not be advancing to the finals.
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Junior Varsity beat Santa Paula 38-20. Above Tyler Esquivel #9 dives into the end zone. Esquivel also scored a touchdown. Edwin Baton, Val Pillado, Alex Banales, Audry Sanchez scored against Santa Paula.
Junior Varsity beat Santa Paula 38-20. Above Tyler Esquivel #9 dives into the end zone. Esquivel also scored a touchdown. Edwin Baton, Val Pillado, Alex Banales, Audry Sanchez scored against Santa Paula.
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Fillmore High School Marching Band performed Friday night with Santa Paula. Both bands did an exceptional job.
Fillmore High School Marching Band performed Friday night with Santa Paula. Both bands did an exceptional job.
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Fillmore High School Cheerleaders are pictured with Rico, Mambo and Chucho from Q104.7. Rico, who is from Fillmore, and Mambo from Santa Paula entertained the crowd during half-time.
Fillmore High School Cheerleaders are pictured with Rico, Mambo and Chucho from Q104.7. Rico, who is from Fillmore, and Mambo from Santa Paula entertained the crowd during half-time.
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Flashes J.V. defense did a great job against Santa Paula.
Flashes J.V. defense did a great job against Santa Paula.
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The Fillmore Raiders J-1 Black team continued their success on Saturday with a 36-28 win over Simi Valley Vikings in the semi-finals. With the victory, Fillmore advanced to the GCYFL Superbowl where they’ll face the Valley Panthers. Fillmore J1 standings 10-1 . The game will be at Westlake High School and kickoff is at 3:00 PM. We’ll need the entire Fillmore family to show up and provide energy for the team by showing support! I want give thanks to my J1 coaches & parents and team for a awesome year and tremendous support. Players: #62 Vincent Whittaker, #23 Marco Villa, #35 Eric Corona, #64 Marcus Gonzalez, #25 Moy Pedroza, #20 Anthony Morales, #21 John John Gonzalez, #54 KiKi Christopher Espinosa, #34 Jared Alvary, #52 Jr Sandoval, #6 Johnny Grove, #1 Bryce Farrar, #70 Cody Isaacs, #97 David Vargas, #30 Christian Torres, #4 Tyler Bode, #27 Matthew Wilmot, #26 Ray Luna, #75 Justin Long, #32 Anthony Cardoza, #38 Damian Alvarez.Coaches: John Ortiz, Nathan Page, Eddie Ortiz, Mike Rivera, Vince Corona, John Grove, Rick Myers, Ronnie Ortiz,Tony Cortez,Team Mom: Daisy Corona.Special thanks to our J1Cheer Coaches: Jasmine Gongora, Angelica Richardson, Ashley Gongora, Cheerleaders: Abreyyana Molina, Alyssa Luna, Alana Gonzalez, Katalina Barrajas, Diana Cardoza, Annaniah Richardson, Liliana Contreras, Anabel Herrera, Kiana Valenzuela.
The Fillmore Raiders J-1 Black team continued their success on Saturday with a 36-28 win over Simi Valley Vikings in the semi-finals. With the victory, Fillmore advanced to the GCYFL Superbowl where they’ll face the Valley Panthers. Fillmore J1 standings 10-1 . The game will be at Westlake High School and kickoff is at 3:00 PM. We’ll need the entire Fillmore family to show up and provide energy for the team by showing support! I want give thanks to my J1 coaches & parents and team for a awesome year and tremendous support. Players: #62 Vincent Whittaker, #23 Marco Villa, #35 Eric Corona, #64 Marcus Gonzalez, #25 Moy Pedroza, #20 Anthony Morales, #21 John John Gonzalez, #54 KiKi Christopher Espinosa, #34 Jared Alvary, #52 Jr Sandoval, #6 Johnny Grove, #1 Bryce Farrar, #70 Cody Isaacs, #97 David Vargas, #30 Christian Torres, #4 Tyler Bode, #27 Matthew Wilmot, #26 Ray Luna, #75 Justin Long, #32 Anthony Cardoza, #38 Damian Alvarez.Coaches: John Ortiz, Nathan Page, Eddie Ortiz, Mike Rivera, Vince Corona, John Grove, Rick Myers, Ronnie Ortiz,Tony Cortez,Team Mom: Daisy Corona.Special thanks to our J1Cheer Coaches: Jasmine Gongora, Angelica Richardson, Ashley Gongora, Cheerleaders: Abreyyana Molina, Alyssa Luna, Alana Gonzalez, Katalina Barrajas, Diana Cardoza, Annaniah Richardson, Liliana Contreras, Anabel Herrera, Kiana Valenzuela.
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2010 Mighty-Mite Silver: Pictured above: Head Coach: Miguel Lagunas; Assistant Coaches: Hugo Virto, Louie Rodriguez, Hector Sierra, JT Wyand, Eric Crawford, Rudy Alcantar, James Reiman, Kevin “Chalupa” Brock and Alfred Jimenez. Players: #2 Joseph Sierra, #3 Justin McElroy, #7 Anthony Campos, #8 Ty Wyand, #11 Jimmy Carlos, #15 Eduardo Jimenez, #17 Joshuah Lagunas, #22 Ryan Gonzalez, #30 Nicholas Jimenez, #32 Hugo Virto, #33 Reese Satterfield, #35 Gavin Gunter, #36 Christian Alcantar, #44 Dylan Sierra, #66 Michael Rodriguez, #86 Connor Reiman, #88 Dylan Crawford. Team Mascot: #99 Nico Virto. Mighty-Mite Silver Cheer: (not pictured) Coaches: Rebecca Ibarra, Bandi Hill, Gabi Sandoval; Cheerleaders: Olivia Lagunas, Angelina Delgadillo, Hennassy Marquez, Makenna Ozuna, Desiree Almazan, Siobhan Sandoval, Arissa Ramos, Alena Castaneda, Angelina Mynatt, Madyson Bishop and Linique Aguilera. The Fillmore Mighty Mite Silver Raiders are advancing to the Gold Coast Youth Football League Superbowl to be held at Westlake High School 9 am November 20, 2010. This is after an exciting victory score of 20-14 against the Moorpark Packers. This is a hard working, dedicated team of 6, 7, 8 year olds, who went 9-1 for the 2010 season. Good Job Boys! Please show your Fillmore spirit and come out and support these boys!
2010 Mighty-Mite Silver: Pictured above: Head Coach: Miguel Lagunas; Assistant Coaches: Hugo Virto, Louie Rodriguez, Hector Sierra, JT Wyand, Eric Crawford, Rudy Alcantar, James Reiman, Kevin “Chalupa” Brock and Alfred Jimenez. Players: #2 Joseph Sierra, #3 Justin McElroy, #7 Anthony Campos, #8 Ty Wyand, #11 Jimmy Carlos, #15 Eduardo Jimenez, #17 Joshuah Lagunas, #22 Ryan Gonzalez, #30 Nicholas Jimenez, #32 Hugo Virto, #33 Reese Satterfield, #35 Gavin Gunter, #36 Christian Alcantar, #44 Dylan Sierra, #66 Michael Rodriguez, #86 Connor Reiman, #88 Dylan Crawford. Team Mascot: #99 Nico Virto. Mighty-Mite Silver Cheer: (not pictured) Coaches: Rebecca Ibarra, Bandi Hill, Gabi Sandoval; Cheerleaders: Olivia Lagunas, Angelina Delgadillo, Hennassy Marquez, Makenna Ozuna, Desiree Almazan, Siobhan Sandoval, Arissa Ramos, Alena Castaneda, Angelina Mynatt, Madyson Bishop and Linique Aguilera. The Fillmore Mighty Mite Silver Raiders are advancing to the Gold Coast Youth Football League Superbowl to be held at Westlake High School 9 am November 20, 2010. This is after an exciting victory score of 20-14 against the Moorpark Packers. This is a hard working, dedicated team of 6, 7, 8 year olds, who went 9-1 for the 2010 season. Good Job Boys! Please show your Fillmore spirit and come out and support these boys!
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