Congratulations to Corey Cole and Zach Golson they tied the school record for a touchdown pass of 86 yards.

J.V. Football 21 to 13, the offensive line played well. Mario Hernandez had a great running game. The defense played well as a unit. Touchdowns : Sammy Orozco had two and Collin Farrar had one. Orozco kicked all three P.A.T.’s. J.P. Galvez blocked well at wide reciever.

Girls Golf lost 262-223 however the girls did a great job and we broke 300 in a big, big way. Most importantly our girls represented Fillmore High School well and won the praise of the Oaks Christian team and their coach.

 


 
Quinn Keller #31 caught the pass and ran for a couple of yards before being tackled by Village Christian. Keller was brought down within 5 yards of the goal line.
Quinn Keller #31 caught the pass and ran for a couple of yards before being tackled by Village Christian. Keller was brought down within 5 yards of the goal line.
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Jacob Hernandez #4 tackles the runner with the help of other teammates. Derek Luna lead the defense with 9 tackles. Fillmore lost to Village Christian 42-47.
Jacob Hernandez #4 tackles the runner with the help of other teammates. Derek Luna lead the defense with 9 tackles. Fillmore lost to Village Christian 42-47.
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Corey Cole #11 Quarterback for Fillmore had a good game against Village Christian, Cole passed for 1 touchdown and rushed for another. He ended the night with 7 of 12 for 123 yards. Also on offense Zach Golson
rushed for 184 yards and had 3 touchdowns. The team combined had 436 rushing yards. Coach Dollar stated “Our offense was much improved this week, we were very pleased with the running game, however our defense made too many errors and Village took advantage of every one.”
Corey Cole #11 Quarterback for Fillmore had a good game against Village Christian, Cole passed for 1 touchdown and rushed for another. He ended the night with 7 of 12 for 123 yards. Also on offense Zach Golson rushed for 184 yards and had 3 touchdowns. The team combined had 436 rushing yards. Coach Dollar stated “Our offense was much improved this week, we were very pleased with the running game, however our defense made too many errors and Village took advantage of every one.”
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Mario Hernandez #10 (JV) puts his arm out to avoid the tackle. Hernandez also scored 1 touchdown.
Mario Hernandez #10 (JV) puts his arm out to avoid the tackle. Hernandez also scored 1 touchdown.
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Collin Farrar #4 runs the ball for a touchdown. Sammy Orozco also had a touchdown. Fillmore won 21-16.
Collin Farrar #4 runs the ball for a touchdown. Sammy Orozco also had a touchdown. Fillmore won 21-16.
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First row Left to Right Coach Fernando Maldonado, Rolando Caldera, Justin Magana, Everardo Magana 2nd row Andrew Rodriguez, Daniel Cruz, Christian Maldonado, Marcos Cardenas, Marcos Reyes. Not Pictured Andrew Perez.
First row Left to Right Coach Fernando Maldonado, Rolando Caldera, Justin Magana, Everardo Magana 2nd row Andrew Rodriguez, Daniel Cruz, Christian Maldonado, Marcos Cardenas, Marcos Reyes. Not Pictured Andrew Perez.
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Justin Magana
Justin Magana

On August 30, 2009, Fillmore Soccer Club took 2nd place in Agricultural Soccer League Tournament. The boys participated in summer long tournament in Oxnard. They advanced to the finals. In a very close game Fillmore lost 3-4 to Oxnard Scorpions FC. Justin Magana was awarded an additional trophy for most striker of the league, finishing the season with a total of 26 goals. The boys would like to give a special thanks to Coach Fernando Maldonado and Joe Magana and Juan Magana for helping throughout the season.

 


 
On offense above Nick Paz (#21) had 17 carries for 71 yards and 3 catches for 77 yards. Paz also had one interception. Also Johnny Golson had a 9 yard touch down catch. Fillmore lost to Channel Islands 26-15. All Football photographs by Crystal Gurrola.
On offense above Nick Paz (#21) had 17 carries for 71 yards and 3 catches for 77 yards. Paz also had one interception. Also Johnny Golson had a 9 yard touch down catch. Fillmore lost to Channel Islands 26-15. All Football photographs by Crystal Gurrola.
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Ernesto Ballesteros # 8 kicks a PAT for 2 points. Also pictured is Corey Cole, Cole Quarterback for Fillmore,
was 8 of 14 for 137 yards and 1 touchdown.
Ernesto Ballesteros # 8 kicks a PAT for 2 points. Also pictured is Corey Cole, Cole Quarterback for Fillmore, was 8 of 14 for 137 yards and 1 touchdown.
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Zach Golson #29 had 16 carries for 67 yards. Fillmore will play this Saturday against Village Christian at
7:00 p.m. For more details please contact Lynn Cole at the Student Store.
Zach Golson #29 had 16 carries for 67 yards. Fillmore will play this Saturday against Village Christian at 7:00 p.m. For more details please contact Lynn Cole at the Student Store.
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Victor Gomez #57 brings down Channel Islands runningback. On Defense Matt DeLaCruz had 12 tackles, Jose Rangel had 10 tackles. DeLaCruz also had a two point conversion. According to Coach Dollar, “This was one of the best CI teams that I have seen in years. We had the lead twice and it got away from us. Many mental errors on our part and in all my years I don’t know of a team that fumbled the ball seven times and still won the game. It was a good test for us but will still have much that we can improve on.”
Victor Gomez #57 brings down Channel Islands runningback. On Defense Matt DeLaCruz had 12 tackles, Jose Rangel had 10 tackles. DeLaCruz also had a two point conversion. According to Coach Dollar, “This was one of the best CI teams that I have seen in years. We had the lead twice and it got away from us. Many mental errors on our part and in all my years I don’t know of a team that fumbled the ball seven times and still won the game. It was a good test for us but will still have much that we can improve on.”
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Flashes JV player brings #4 down after a few yards. On defense Jacob Perez, Johnny Wilber, Collin Farrar made the most tackles of the game against Channel Islands.
Flashes JV player brings #4 down after a few yards. On defense Jacob Perez, Johnny Wilber, Collin Farrar made the most tackles of the game against Channel Islands.
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Sammy Orozco #34 runs the ball for yardage against Channel Islands. Orozco scored two touchdowns and accumulated 150 yards. Fillmore lost 34-14.
Sammy Orozco #34 runs the ball for yardage against Channel Islands. Orozco scored two touchdowns and accumulated 150 yards. Fillmore lost 34-14.
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Bethany College has awarded Jacob Arroyo, Fillmore, Calif., a performance award in baseball for the academic year of 2009-2010.

Arroyo is the son of Alisia Jones. He previously attended Ventura College in Ventura, Calif. At Bethany, he plans to study criminal justice.

Performance awards are granted to students who show proficiency in a sport or fine art and contribute to campus life by participating in intercollegiate athletics, music, visual arts or theatre.

Performance awards and scholarships are renewable for up to four years if specific academic standards continue to be met.

Bethany College competes in 15 intercollegiate sports in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Since 1902, Bethany has won 142 conference championships.
Bethany College, established by Swedish Lutheran immigrants in 1881, is a college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The mission of Bethany College is to educate, develop, and challenge individuals to reach for truth and excellence as they lead lives of faith, learning and service. Bethany College is on the Web at www.bethanylb.edu.

 


 

Date: Tuesday, September 8th
Where: Memorial Building, Back room
Time: 7:00 pm

 
Fillmore U-8 Dream Girls took 3rd place in Oxnard Pal Summer Cup 2009. The girls participated in summer long tournament in Oxnard. They advance to the semi-finals. In a very close game Fillmore looses 3-2 to Club Nacional. The girls would like to thank coach Ram Tovias, Joe Magana and Filiberto Magana for their time, commitment and encouragement. Also, a huge thanks to Val-U Electric for sponsoring the tournament.
Fillmore U-8 Dream Girls took 3rd place in Oxnard Pal Summer Cup 2009. The girls participated in summer long tournament in Oxnard. They advance to the semi-finals. In a very close game Fillmore looses 3-2 to Club Nacional. The girls would like to thank coach Ram Tovias, Joe Magana and Filiberto Magana for their time, commitment and encouragement. Also, a huge thanks to Val-U Electric for sponsoring the tournament.
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First row (Left to Right); Coaches Filiberto Magana, Joe Magana, Ram Tobias. Second row;Yanelli Cobian, Alexis Mejia, Aaliyah Lopez, Yareli Vasquez. Third row Stephanie Magana, Valerie Tobias, Jalynne Magana and Arianna Magana. Not pictured Leanna Venegas.
First row (Left to Right); Coaches Filiberto Magana, Joe Magana, Ram Tobias. Second row;Yanelli Cobian, Alexis Mejia, Aaliyah Lopez, Yareli Vasquez. Third row Stephanie Magana, Valerie Tobias, Jalynne Magana and Arianna Magana. Not pictured Leanna Venegas.
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Dear Flashes Supporters:

My name is Joe Woods and I am the Head Girls Volleyball Coach at Fillmore High School. For our upcoming season, budget cuts in our schools make it difficult for our program to operate. Many schools in our county are spending $5,000-$10,000 and some even more, on a yearly basis for girls’ volleyball. We know we cannot compete with those numbers year in and year out. However, it is extremely important that our players feel like they are just as important as the athletes at these other schools. I believe in providing our athletes with the best safety equipment and uniforms. I want our athletes to feel good about who they are and where they come from. Therefore, I am extending this invitation for as a community to join-in and support our Girls Volleyball Program for the 2009 season.

During these hard economic times any contribution would help. I’m not asking that anyone do anything outside their comfort zone, as I know many families are struggling. If you would be interested in supporting our program please mail any monetary contributions to “Fillmore HS Girls Volleyball” to 555 Central Ave. “Attn: Coach Woods.” If you need more information please call me at 805-794-7439. On behalf of our players and our entire girls volleyball program we thank you for your time, your consideration and your generous support.

Thank you,
Coach Woods

 
 

Camarillo, CA. – The California State University Channel Islands 2009 Dolphin Classic Golf Tournament will be held Monday, Aug. 31 at Spanish Hills Country Club in Camarillo. This tournament will raise funds to establish intercollegiate athletic programs at CSUCI.

“I’m looking forward to playing in the annual Dolphin Classic Golf Tournament and meeting community members and supporters to CSU Channel Islands,” said Director of Athletics Carl Reed. “The 2009 Dolphin Classic will help lay the foundation of our intercollegiate athletic program.”

Aspen Helicopters will again sponsor the Helicopter Ball Drop, which provides an opportunity for anyone to participate in the tournament. The CSUCI University Foundation will sell up to 500 numbered golf balls for $10 each. At 11 a.m. all the purchased golf balls will be dropped on the driving range. The purchaser of the winning ball—the ball that makes it closest to or goes in the hole—will be announced at the award ceremony, but doesn’t have to be present to win. Golf balls can be purchased by calling 805-437-8916 until 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 28. CONTINUED »

 

Raiders football will hold there first parent casino night August 29th at Britt Park in Piru. The event will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 12:00 am. Pre sale tickets are on sale now. Singles: $30. and Couples: $50. Overnight camping is available for anyone that is interested, for $10. reserve your spot now. Don’t wait to long. Limited tickets to be sold. Call 524-4656 and leave a message for Helen Dominguez or ask any board member.

 

Santa Paula little league will host its first fall ball league. September 20th thru November 23rd. All players ages 5-14 are welcome to play. All games are held on Sunday afternoons at Santa Paula league fields.
All teams and players from other cities are welcome to participate. Registration will be held at Santa Paula little league snack bar every Saturday 10:00 – 2:00 for the month of august. The cost is $50.00 per player which includes t-shirt, baseball cap & socks. New managers are welcomed – all interested managers are encouraged any questions please call Johnny Henderson AT 933-8005.

 
Front row from left to right: Alyia Alamillo, Felicia Magana, Angie Arana, Cyerra Vasquez, Anissa Hernandez and Mary Munoz. Middle row: Marissa Ramos, Sammy Rodriquez, Savannah Larson, Danica Garcia, Cece Flinn, Cierra Hernandez and Lliana DeLaTrinidad. Top Row - Coaches: Raymond Ramos, Kirk Larson Manager, Carlos Hernandez and Tony Vasquez.
Front row from left to right: Alyia Alamillo, Felicia Magana, Angie Arana, Cyerra Vasquez, Anissa Hernandez and Mary Munoz. Middle row: Marissa Ramos, Sammy Rodriquez, Savannah Larson, Danica Garcia, Cece Flinn, Cierra Hernandez and Lliana DeLaTrinidad. Top Row - Coaches: Raymond Ramos, Kirk Larson Manager, Carlos Hernandez and Tony Vasquez.
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Bottom from left to right: Mary Munoz, Anissa Hernandez and Cece Flinn. Top - Coach: Carlos Hernandez.
Bottom from left to right: Mary Munoz, Anissa Hernandez and Cece Flinn. Top - Coach: Carlos Hernandez.
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The Santa Paula All Stars won a berth at the B State Tournament to attend the Western National Championship in Milwaukie Oregon. Mary Munoz, Anissa Hernandez and Cece Flinn were among 13 girls playing for Santa Paula. Santa Paula played against some tuff teams including Simi Valley which Cece pitched the game and won. Cece also had a shut out against Riverside Pride. Anissa who had a great hitting fest with an .421 batting average and used her leadership role to keep the team pumped and focused.. Mary was the key to our out field along with some awesome hits. After all was done they finished in 3rd Place against 59 other team from 8 states. The girls ended the 7 day event with a record of 7-2. Thanks to all those who supported our team to get to Oregon.

Game 1 Santa Paula vs Gladiators from Milwaukie, OR 11-0
Game 2 Santa Paula vs Commotion from Broomfield, CO 3-0
Game 3 Santa Paula vs Canby Wildcats from Canby, OR 6-3
Game 4 Santa Paula vs Idaho Xplosion from Meridian, ID 7-1
Game 5 Santa Paula vs Big John Pizza from Pendleton, OR 9-6
Game 6 Santa Paula vs Simi Valley Ca 7-6
Game 7 Santa Paula vs Riverside Pride from Riverside, CA 1-0
Game 8 Santa Paula vs South Huntington Beach, Ca 0-5
Game 9 Santa Paula vs Bonita Valley from Chula Vista, CA 0-12

 
Fillmore Raiders held their football camp last week, at San Cayetano Elementary School. Fillmore Youth Football is still accepting sign ups for the Mighty Might division. If you are 6 or 7 years old, and interested in playing, please contact Jorge Bonilla at 794-5951 for more information.
Fillmore Raiders held their football camp last week, at San Cayetano Elementary School. Fillmore Youth Football is still accepting sign ups for the Mighty Might division. If you are 6 or 7 years old, and interested in playing, please contact Jorge Bonilla at 794-5951 for more information.
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Above Raider football players run around the cushions.
Above Raider football players run around the cushions.
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Pictured above are (l-r) Top row Coach Bill Vassaur , Reina Magana, Amanda Vassaur, Tatiana Ginzales, Mary Ortiz, Amber Magana, Candace Stines, Desiree Lagunas, Jaynessa Lopez. Middle row: Rachelle Arreguin , Paula Laureano, Deanna Magana, Karinna Carrillo, Kaylee Hinklin, Anyssa Cabral, Marissa Vasquez, Coach Manuel Magana. Bottom row: Coach Bobby Cruz, Manager Ernie Ortiz, Coach Ronnie Mendez.
Pictured above are (l-r) Top row Coach Bill Vassaur , Reina Magana, Amanda Vassaur, Tatiana Ginzales, Mary Ortiz, Amber Magana, Candace Stines, Desiree Lagunas, Jaynessa Lopez. Middle row: Rachelle Arreguin , Paula Laureano, Deanna Magana, Karinna Carrillo, Kaylee Hinklin, Anyssa Cabral, Marissa Vasquez, Coach Manuel Magana. Bottom row: Coach Bobby Cruz, Manager Ernie Ortiz, Coach Ronnie Mendez.
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On Thursday, July 16th Fillmore Girls Softball 14 & under All-Star team headed down to San Diego to compete in the California State Games Junior Olympic competition.

On Friday afternoon the girls had their first game against Aliso Viejo. Aliso scored first in the top of the third with one run. Paula Laureano crossed the plate for Fillmores first run of the game tying it up in the bottom of the sixth inning. The girls played solid defense in the seventh holding Aliso to no runs. Jaynessa Lopez starting off the seventh inning with a single followed by Reina Magana. Marissa Vasquez walked to load the bases. With time expired Kaylee Hinklin stepped up to the plate and took her base bringing in the winning run. Friday evening the players, coaches, and all the great Fillmore fans would travel to Qualcomm stadium for opening ceremonies.

On Saturday morning, Fillmore played against San Juan Capistrano. Chellie Arreguin scored the first run in the top of the first inning with the help of Amanda Vassaur and Jaynessa Lopez. SJC came back with force scoring 5 runs in the bottom of the fourth inning. Fillmore came back in the fifth, Karinna Carrillo started off with a walk followed by Arreguin and Amber Magana. Vassaur singled, bringing in two runs. Lopez and Reina Magana both walked bringing A. Magana across the plate to close the gap 5 - 4. SJC would score again in the bottom of the fifth inning winning the game 6-4 dropping Fillmore to the losers bracket. CONTINUED »

 
Fillmore: Back Row L – R: Erin McKeown, Asst. Coach, Isiah Romero, Roxi Neal, Destiny Toyooka, Carina Casas, Casandra Galvez, Ryder Bush, Cindy Blatt - Coach. Middle Row L – R: Rayne Hellstrom, Kyle Popp, Lizzie Manzano, Sereth Malagone, Tori Neal. Front Row L- R: Marie Galvez, Addie Weeks, Emma Couse, Natalie Couse.
Fillmore: Back Row L – R: Erin McKeown, Asst. Coach, Isiah Romero, Roxi Neal, Destiny Toyooka, Carina Casas, Casandra Galvez, Ryder Bush, Cindy Blatt - Coach. Middle Row L – R: Rayne Hellstrom, Kyle Popp, Lizzie Manzano, Sereth Malagone, Tori Neal. Front Row L- R: Marie Galvez, Addie Weeks, Emma Couse, Natalie Couse.
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Santa Paula: Front Row L – R: Rebecca Reeder, Maria Goyette, Emilio Juaquin, Taylor Wreesman, Peter Goyette, Garrett Newman, Samuel Bagdazian, John Collins, Lesley Veloz, Audrey Goodrich. 2nd Row L-R: Miriam Collins, Robert Goyette, Frank Coughlin, Janine DeJarnette, Simone Kelly, Melissa Gwynn, Dominic Cain, Xavier Bagdazian, Felipe Alba. 3rd Row L-R: Emily Rocksvold, Allisen Hansen, Jane Forsyth, Sophia Collins, Cecilia Goyette, Jean Collins, Anastasia Letteney. 4th Row L-r: Dominic Couglin, Anthony Letteney, Paul Collins, Thomas Kelly, John Pettit, Nicholas Rocksvold, Michael Forsyth, Thomas Becher.
Santa Paula: Front Row L – R: Rebecca Reeder, Maria Goyette, Emilio Juaquin, Taylor Wreesman, Peter Goyette, Garrett Newman, Samuel Bagdazian, John Collins, Lesley Veloz, Audrey Goodrich. 2nd Row L-R: Miriam Collins, Robert Goyette, Frank Coughlin, Janine DeJarnette, Simone Kelly, Melissa Gwynn, Dominic Cain, Xavier Bagdazian, Felipe Alba. 3rd Row L-R: Emily Rocksvold, Allisen Hansen, Jane Forsyth, Sophia Collins, Cecilia Goyette, Jean Collins, Anastasia Letteney. 4th Row L-r: Dominic Couglin, Anthony Letteney, Paul Collins, Thomas Kelly, John Pettit, Nicholas Rocksvold, Michael Forsyth, Thomas Becher.
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Fillmore & Santa Paula youth swimming for the Heritage Valley Aquatics Swim Team brought home lots of ribbons July 11th. Participants ranging in ages from 7 to 16 participated in events at Oaks Christian High School in Agoura.

Results: Girls 10 and under: Keegan Reeder: 25 backstroke 29:16, 25 freestyle 28:16; Rebecca Reeder 50 backstroke 1:17.53, 50 breaststroke 1:32.87, 50 IM 2:42.04,50 freestyle 1:10.02; Taylor Wreesman: 50 backstroke 52:84, 50 breaststroke 1:00.62, 100 I M 1:59.57, 50 freestyle 47.14. Boys 11 and over: Kyle Popp: 50 backstroke 53.76, 30 breast stroke 48.64, 100 IM 1:50.97, 50 freestyle 46.76
Girls 11 and over: Audrey Goodrich: 50 backstroke 1:06.81, 50 breaststroke 1:15.50, 100 IM 2:35.96, 50 butterfly 1:13.43; Simone Kelly: 50 backstroke 46.44 50 breaststroke 46.05, 100 IM 1:43.23, 50 freestyle 42.06; Lesley Veloz: 50 backstroke 52.01, 100 IM 2:06.31, 50 freestyle 47.19, 50 butterfly 58.77; Hannah Wishart: 50 backstroke 53.60, 50 freestyle 46.47, 50 butterfly 56.12
Girls 13-14: Janine DeJarnette: 50 backstroke 54.50, 100 IM 2:02.41, 50 freestyle 40.49, 50 butterfly 59.60; Tori Neal: 50 backstroke 1:14.15, 50 breaststroke 1:12.18, 50 freestyle 55:05; Destiny Toyooka: 50 backstroke 42.41, 50 freestyle 37.79, 50 butterfly 45.28
Boys 15 and up: Dominic Coughlin: 50 backstroke 41.58, 50 breaststroke 42.68, 100 IM 1:24.92, 50 freestyle 31.70; Thomas Kelly: 50 backstroke 37.60, 50 breaststroke 37.41, 100 IM 1:15.85, 50 butterfly 33.72
Girls 15 and up: Melissa Gwynn: 50 backstroke 45.46, 50 breaststroke 43.53, 100 IM 1:29.56, 50 butterfly 40.49; Roxie Neal: 50 backstroke 50.26, 50 breaststroke 57.94, 50 freestyle 43.60.
Congratulations to all participants!

The Fillmore HVA swim team will also be participating in the dedication of the Neil Schmidt Community Pool on Saturday, July 25 from 10 am – Noon. Please come down and give your support this wonderful community project.
For information relating to the HVA Team contact: Cindy Blatt (Fillmore): cindy@swimmingblatts.net Or Sheryl Barnd (Santa Paula): Sheryl.barnd@live.com

 

Piru’s “One River Stadium”, located in Warring Park, was again the focal point for baseball fever as the three-day 25th Annual Piru Softball Tournament drew crowds of players and fans for this yearly event. Just cooling off from the successful Piru Youth Sports Baseball Inaugural Season, which attracted 115 boys and girls for the return of organized baseball in this Heritage Valley town, “One River Stadium” came alive with softballs heading over the fence toward Piru Creek and others that were fair, foul or too hot to handle. And we’re not just talking about the triple-digit heat these guys played under!

This year’s tournament featured local ball players from the tri-cities of Piru, Fillmore and Santa Paula as well as other Ventura County towns. A regional competition, Santa Clarita and San Fernando Valley ball players also stepped to the plate. Competition for this 12-team tournament kicked off Friday night and continued Saturday and Sunday. Congratulations go out to this year’s Champs: 1st Place-Wong’s, followed by Dixon’s, Tea Bags and Havoc in order of finishing. Piru’s teams played under the names of Brewers, Too Nuttz and Young & Old and are recognized for their efforts.

The Piru Parks Commission organizes this annual tournament. A hard-working group, they not only organize this competition but volunteer for long days to make sure it continues to be a success for the community and region. This includes Danny Ramirez and his crew preparing the field and park facilities, then pitching in to do his best Vin Scully role as play-by-play announcer. Behind the home plate announcement booth, commissioners Lorraine Beserra and Yvonne Alverdi make sure the “hydration station” offerings are controlled and available, while commemorative t-shirts and hats were for sale with the assistance of Tina Alverdi. CONTINUED »

 

Congratulations to the Fillmore Little League 12u All-stars. #1 Ryan Riberdy, #2 Gerardo Rodriguez, #3 Steven Rodriguez, #4 Joseph Magana, #6 Emilio Hernandez, #7 Albert Cantero, #9 Tyler Esquivel, #13 Danny Quintero, #24 Damien Gonzalez, #31 Austin Whittaker, #38 Michael Luna, #42 Jonah Ybarra. The Fillmore Boys played a tough tournament with close losses to Dos Pueblos, Ventura Coastal and Saticoy. They did manage a victory over Montalvo on a great rally in the bottom of the sixth inning. Singles by Danny Quintero &, Austin Whittaker, and a double by Tyler Esquivel were capped off by a two run walk off home-run by Steven Rodriguez, giving him two for the game, and a total of three in the tournament, to seal the victory for the Fillmore All-stars.

 
Top row left to right: Jeremy Brooks, Diego Rodriguez, Miguel Velasquez, Ricardo Gutierrez, Jaime Magdalene, Alexis Barajas, Marco Mora, Vincent Chavez, Franky Chavez, coach Alfonso Martinez. Bottom row: Christian Laureano, Brian Ayala, Hugo Valdovinos, Josh Valenzuela, Isaiah Martinez, not pictured Ruben Camarena.
Top row left to right: Jeremy Brooks, Diego Rodriguez, Miguel Velasquez, Ricardo Gutierrez, Jaime Magdalene, Alexis Barajas, Marco Mora, Vincent Chavez, Franky Chavez, coach Alfonso Martinez. Bottom row: Christian Laureano, Brian Ayala, Hugo Valdovinos, Josh Valenzuela, Isaiah Martinez, not pictured Ruben Camarena.
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U-14 AYSO Allstars Took 2nd place in back to back tournaments. The boys participated in two consecutive tournaments. In the Mission Classic in Granada Hills. They advanced to the championship game. In a very close game Fillmore lost 1-0 to Newbury Park.

The following week in the North Valley Classic the boys did just as good. In pool play, they beat Ventura, North Valley and Newbury Park, to advance to the championship game. In 105 degree weather both teams battled to a 0-0 tie. The game continued into double overtime still 0-0. North Oxnard won 4-3 in penalty kicks, to win the title.

The boys would like to than Linda gerardy, Greg Aguilar, Alfonso Romero and Elios Valenzuela for helping referee and registration. Also, a huge thanks to Rick Montano for helping sponsor the last tournament.

 
Flashed competed against Oxnard in Passing League.
Flashed competed against Oxnard in Passing League.
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