Noah Aguirre
Noah Aguirre
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Four members of the Hamline University men’s basketball team, including Fillmore, California native Noah Aguirre, were honored by the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference for their play during the 2009-10 season.

The Pipers finished the season with an overall record of 15-11 and were 11-9 in MIAC play. The overall record marked the first time since the 1993-94 season that the Hamline basketball program has finished above .500 and was the most wins since a 16-9 record in 1990-91.

Junior Carl Hipp (Little Canada, Minn.) led the charge for the Pipers, earning both All-MIAC and All-Defensive Team honors. The center led the Pipers in overall scoring with 17.7 ppg, 16.9 ppg in MIAC play. Hipp averaged 9.4 rebounds per game and tallied 69 blocked shots this season. He also had 18 steals.

Ray Brown (Sr., Saint Paul, Minn.) joins Hipp as an All-MIAC honoree, averaging 17.2 ppg overall and 18.6 ppg in conference play. He averaged 7.3 rebounds per game this season and blocked 24 shots. He also had 31 steals and 52 assists.

First-years Jordan Schmidt (Northbrook, Ill.) and Aguirre were two of the five players in the MIAC named to the All-First-Year Team. They were third and fourth on the team in scoring, respectively. Schmidt averaged 7.6 ppg
overall and 6.9 ppg in MIAC play. He led the Pipers in assists with 70 total.

Aguirre had an average of 7.3 points per game, 3.2 rebounds a game. Aguirre had 43 assists, 17 Aguirre named 2009-10 MIAC All-Rookie Team steals and 5 blocks. He started 20 of 26 games. He averaged 23 minutes a game, shot 44% from the field, 85% from the foul line. He had a season high of 27 pts.

Hamline ended the season 15-11, 5th place in the MIAC conference. The team lost in the first rd. of playoffs to end their season. Hamline came to CA. in Dec. to play in the Cal Lutheran tournament in Thousand Oaks which Hamline won the championship.

Noah is looking forward to traveling to Greece on a basketball tour with his team this summer. Noahs major is undecided. Hamline is located in St. Paul MN.

 


 
Girls JV Fillmore 63 La Reina 58 - Ashley Coert took 1st three events, Laura Garnica placed first in her two events, and Ana Morino placed first in two events. Fillmore 69 St. Bonaventure 51. Boys Frosh/Soph Fillmore 82 St. Bonaventure 40 - Boys won first place in 10 out of the 15 events and took 2nd in 9 out of 15 events.
Girls Varsity Fillmore 21 La Reina 105 - Great Job to Andrea Barrera for placing in both the 1 Mile and the 2 mile  Fillmore  39  St. Bonaventure 82. Boys Varsity Fillmore 13 St. Boni 110 - Way to go Emilio Gomez and Cody Jackson for coming in 2nd and 3rd in the Discus.
Girls JV Fillmore 63 La Reina 58 - Ashley Coert took 1st three events, Laura Garnica placed first in her two events, and Ana Morino placed first in two events. Fillmore 69 St. Bonaventure 51. Boys Frosh/Soph Fillmore 82 St. Bonaventure 40 - Boys won first place in 10 out of the 15 events and took 2nd in 9 out of 15 events. Girls Varsity Fillmore 21 La Reina 105 - Great Job to Andrea Barrera for placing in both the 1 Mile and the 2 mile Fillmore 39 St. Bonaventure 82. Boys Varsity Fillmore 13 St. Boni 110 - Way to go Emilio Gomez and Cody Jackson for coming in 2nd and 3rd in the Discus.
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Lady flashes pull one out of the hat!
Thursday, March 25th will be a day to remember for the Varsity Softball Team. Nobody in the Tri Valley league was giving Fillmore a chance against Oak Park, but they showed them. In an upset win the final score was Fillmore Flashes 1 and Oak Park 0. Kellsie McLain Pitched a fantastic game giving up only 2 hits. With a solid defense behind her, she was able to pitch a shut out. The only run came in the bottom of the sixth inning when Heidi Hinklin came through with a phenomenol hit out of the park. Also contributing to the offense was Tori Perez, Chellie Arreguin, Samantha Wokal and Kellsie McLain each with a hit.
Thursday, March 25th will be a day to remember for the Varsity Softball Team. Nobody in the Tri Valley league was giving Fillmore a chance against Oak Park, but they showed them. In an upset win the final score was Fillmore Flashes 1 and Oak Park 0. Kellsie McLain Pitched a fantastic game giving up only 2 hits. With a solid defense behind her, she was able to pitch a shut out. The only run came in the bottom of the sixth inning when Heidi Hinklin came through with a phenomenol hit out of the park. Also contributing to the offense was Tori Perez, Chellie Arreguin, Samantha Wokal and Kellsie McLain each with a hit.
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JV suffers the first loss of the season( 4 - 6) in 7 innings at home game last Thursday..
The JV team held the Eagles 2-0 until the 4th inning when Oak Park tied the score. Fifth inning defensive errors for the Lady Flashes resulted in 4 more runs for the Eagles. the normally strong offensive JV team had only 7 hits( singles by; Karinna Carrillo/catcher, Jamie Carrillo/outfield , Marissa Vasquez/shortstop, Candace Stines/outfield, Briana Garcia/3B , and Mary Ortiz/1B, the only dbl came from Stines(sophmore), The teams will meet again on April 29th @ Oak Park HS.

 

Are you ready to Trunk-or-Treat?! Calling all groups, clubs and organizations that are interested in partaking in a FREE family-friendly Halloween activity! On September 24th the Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting an informational meeting at City Hall in the Council Chambers from 5:30pm-6:30pm. We invite you to join us on Monday September 24th to answer any questions and accept registration for spots available at our Trunk-or-Treat event.
Registration packets are available for pick up at City Hall on the 2nd floor in the Parks and Recreation Department. Feel free to call 805-524-1500 ext. 713 or recreation@ci.fillmore.ca.us for more information.


 

Fillmore Youth Football and Cheer announces it's registration dates for the 2010 season.

Stop by the Fillmore Boys & Girls Club on the following dates to register: Saturday, April 17th 10am - 2pm, Saturday, April 24th 10am -2pm, Wednesday, April 28th 6pm - 8pm.

Football fees are $190. A $20 discount will be given to the 2nd sibling and a $10 discount for each additional sibling. Cheer fees are $75. A $10 discount will be given to each additional sibling. Total payment is due at sign ups. Football teams will be limited to 25 players. Participants will be registered on a first come first serve basis, including returners.

All registration fees include a picture package, T shirt and shorts and a free physical sponsored by CMH Centers For Family Health. Look for registration information coming home soon from your child's school. For additional information, please visit our website at www.fillmoreyouthfootball.com or contact President, John Holladay at homeforholladays@sbcglobal.net.

 


 

A committee composed of graduates of Fillmore High School is developing a Sports Hall of Fame to recognize and award the outstanding athletes, coaches and teams that have been a part of Fillmore High School for the past 100 years. The intent is to recognize those individuals who were active in high school athletics as well as those who continued their athletic accomplishments in colleges or universities and in the amateur competitions and in some cases into the professional ranks. We also want to recognize those coaches who were responsible for the successes of these athletes and also the outstanding teams in all sports. If you know of anyone who would qualify for consideration for one of these awards, please contact : Joe Woods, Fillmore High School Sports Hall of Fame, P.O. Box 697, Fillmore, CA 93016

 


 
Anthony Chavez runs against his Santa Paula opponent.
Anthony Chavez runs against his Santa Paula opponent.
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F.H.S. Flashes above and below compete against each other last Friday, March 19th. Fillmore Boys Varsity, Santa Paula Girls Varsity, Fillmore Boys JV, Fillmore Girls JV, won in their meet.
F.H.S. Flashes above and below compete against each other last Friday, March 19th. Fillmore Boys Varsity, Santa Paula Girls Varsity, Fillmore Boys JV, Fillmore Girls JV, won in their meet.
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Emilio Gomez clears the high jump last Friday against Santa Paula.
Emilio Gomez clears the high jump last Friday against Santa Paula.
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The Lady Flashes Varsity Softball team won their first Tri Valley league game on Thursday, March 18th, against Fillmore's biggest rival, the Santa Paula Cardinals. The final score was 14-1 with the flashes showcasing their strong offense. There was a total of 15 hits with Heidi Hinklin and Kennedy Smith having 3 hits, Kellsie McLain and Tori Perez 2 hits a peice and Chellie Arreguin, Amanda Alamillo, Samantha Wokal, Kelsey MacDonald, and Maritza Mesa all contributing a hit. Brianna Martinez took the win on the mound with Kianna Tarango and Lilah Duran following her and finishing things up. On Saturday, March 20th the Lady Flashes finished a 3 weekend tournament in Orange County going 4-0. Their next game will be a tough one against Oaks Christian on March 23rd. Last Thursday, March 18, 2010 Lady Flashes JV Softball Manager Brenda Ortiz and Coach Phillip (Lefty) Avila, won their first home game 16-0 against the Santa Paula Cardinals. Game highlights: Marissa Vasquez pitched a solid 5 innings allowing only 1 hit, Karinna Carrillo caught the entire game and hit 4-singles, Briana Garcia (first base) had a double, and a home run, Jaynessa Lopez (3rd base) hit a double, Kaylee Hinklin (shortstop) had 2 - singles. Their next home game is Thursday 3/25/10 vs Oak Park 3:30pm.
The Lady Flashes Varsity Softball team won their first Tri Valley league game on Thursday, March 18th, against Fillmore's biggest rival, the Santa Paula Cardinals. The final score was 14-1 with the flashes showcasing their strong offense. There was a total of 15 hits with Heidi Hinklin and Kennedy Smith having 3 hits, Kellsie McLain and Tori Perez 2 hits a peice and Chellie Arreguin, Amanda Alamillo, Samantha Wokal, Kelsey MacDonald, and Maritza Mesa all contributing a hit. Brianna Martinez took the win on the mound with Kianna Tarango and Lilah Duran following her and finishing things up. On Saturday, March 20th the Lady Flashes finished a 3 weekend tournament in Orange County going 4-0. Their next game will be a tough one against Oaks Christian on March 23rd. Last Thursday, March 18, 2010 Lady Flashes JV Softball Manager Brenda Ortiz and Coach Phillip (Lefty) Avila, won their first home game 16-0 against the Santa Paula Cardinals. Game highlights: Marissa Vasquez pitched a solid 5 innings allowing only 1 hit, Karinna Carrillo caught the entire game and hit 4-singles, Briana Garcia (first base) had a double, and a home run, Jaynessa Lopez (3rd base) hit a double, Kaylee Hinklin (shortstop) had 2 - singles. Their next home game is Thursday 3/25/10 vs Oak Park 3:30pm.
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The City of Fillmore is looking for volunteers to help with Coastal Cleanup Day this Saturday September 15th from 9am-12pm. The Coastal Clean Up volunteers will meet at Sheills Park & take a short walk over to our Sespe Creek bed to do our part in keeping our waterways clean. For more information/to register 805-524-1500 ext. 713 OR email recreation@ci.fillmore.ca.us


 
(l-r) Jesus "JJ" Hinojosa, Daniel "Nano" Vaca, Cristian Mijares, Cristian "Kiki" Hernandez, Coach Octavio Hernandez, Julian "Ju" Calderon, Coach Ignacio Calderon, Enrique Gutierrez, Alejandro "Alex" Rodriguez, Daniel Munoz. Not in picture. Giovany Lopez and Andres Avila.
(l-r) Jesus "JJ" Hinojosa, Daniel "Nano" Vaca, Cristian Mijares, Cristian "Kiki" Hernandez, Coach Octavio Hernandez, Julian "Ju" Calderon, Coach Ignacio Calderon, Enrique Gutierrez, Alejandro "Alex" Rodriguez, Daniel Munoz. Not in picture. Giovany Lopez and Andres Avila.
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After winning area 10W championship in December 09, the Fillmore Wolverines participated on the 2009/2010 Section 10 League Playoffs. During this tournament we defeated teams from Bakersfield, Fresno, Lompoc and Victorville. We participated on this tournament as AYSO area 10W Champions and we proudly advanced to the finals of this tournament. Unfortunately we were only a step away from State Championship but finished the tournament second, an accomplishment that no other Boys U10 Fillmore AYSO team has done in the past. Our boys played hard and never gave up despite all the obstacles we faced during the tournament. This tournament took place during the last week of February in the city of Bakersfield. A weekend that will be remembered by both parents and players for a long time. The rain, wind and the freezing temperatures could not stop the Fillmore Wolverines from completing a near perfect playoff run of 9 straight wins. Unfortunately, being from a small town such as Fillmore, gave us a big disadvantage while competing against bigger AYSO organizations like Santa Barbara. A city with AYSO members that can influence the game and capable of bending the rules to their advantage. We are proud of our Wolverines and remember, keep your head up high and be proud to represent Fillmore AYSO. Thanks to all the parents for taking the time and making this season a season to remember. Thanks to our team mom Alyssa Calderon, our coaches Ignacio Calderon and Octavio Hernandez. GO WOLVERINES.

 

Perce’s Karate Studio of Fillmore competed in 17th Annual Bryan Hawkins All American Kenpo Karate Tournament in Granada Hills, February 27, 2010. There were over 300 competitors from southern California. Kata 8-9 yrs. old purple-green belt: Participation Alex Turcios, Kata 6-7 yrs. old purple-green belt: 4th place Blake Boren. Freestyle 6-7 yrs. old purple-green belt: 2nd place Blake Boren. Freestyle 13-15 yrs. old brown-black belt: Participation Valery Rodriguez. Kata 10-12 yrs. old brown-black belt: Participation Tyler Bode. Kata 6-7 yrs. old purple-green belt: Participation Dave Bustos Jr. Freestyle 6-7 yrs. old purple-green belt: 3rd place Dave Bustos Jr. Kata 8-9 yrs. old purple-green belt: Participation Faith Bustos. Kata 13-15 yrs. old brown-black belt: 4th place Andy Topete. Self-Defense 13-15 yrs. old brown-black belt: 3rd place Andy Topete. Weapons 15 and under brown-black belt: 2nd place Andy Topete. Kata 13-15 yrs. old purple-green belt: 1st place Anthony Murray. Self-Defense 13-15 yrs. old purple-green belt: 1st place Anthony Murray. All the students who competed from Perce’s Kenpo Karate did an excellent job. We are proud of your Participation and Support.

 
Varsity Girls - Littlerock 100, Fillmore 50. Fillmore won the 200 Medley Relay (Destiny Toyooka, Vera Andreoni, Megan Louth, Savannah Bullard). Destiny Toyooka won the 100 backstroke with a best time 1:25.68. Fillmore won the 400 yd. Freestyle relay (Destiny Toyooka, Vera Andreoni, Meghen Hadley, Megan Louth) Varsity Boys - Littlerock 93, Fillmore 30. Esteban Casas won the 100 butterfly (1:11.40). Andres Casas has best times in the 50 freestyle and the 100 backstroke.
Varsity Girls - Littlerock 100, Fillmore 50. Fillmore won the 200 Medley Relay (Destiny Toyooka, Vera Andreoni, Megan Louth, Savannah Bullard). Destiny Toyooka won the 100 backstroke with a best time 1:25.68. Fillmore won the 400 yd. Freestyle relay (Destiny Toyooka, Vera Andreoni, Meghen Hadley, Megan Louth) Varsity Boys - Littlerock 93, Fillmore 30. Esteban Casas won the 100 butterfly (1:11.40). Andres Casas has best times in the 50 freestyle and the 100 backstroke.
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Varsity Girls - Littlerock 100, Fillmore 50. Fillmore won the 200 Medley Relay (Destiny Toyooka, Vera Andreoni, Megan Louth, Savannah Bullard). Destiny Toyooka won the 100 backstroke with a best time 1:25.68. Fillmore won the 400 yd. Freestyle relay (Destiny Toyooka, Vera Andreoni, Meghen Hadley, Megan Louth) Varsity Boys - Littlerock 93, Fillmore 30. Esteban Casas won the 100 butterfly (1:11.40). Andres Casas has best times in the 50 freestyle and the 100 backstroke.
Varsity Girls - Littlerock 100, Fillmore 50. Fillmore won the 200 Medley Relay (Destiny Toyooka, Vera Andreoni, Megan Louth, Savannah Bullard). Destiny Toyooka won the 100 backstroke with a best time 1:25.68. Fillmore won the 400 yd. Freestyle relay (Destiny Toyooka, Vera Andreoni, Meghen Hadley, Megan Louth) Varsity Boys - Littlerock 93, Fillmore 30. Esteban Casas won the 100 butterfly (1:11.40). Andres Casas has best times in the 50 freestyle and the 100 backstroke.
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Fillmore Flashes Boys Soccer team held their banquet Wednesday, March 3rd. Above are two of the award recipients honored at the banquet : (l-r) Alievo Komiljon - Varsity Flashman Award, and Andrew Michell - JV MVP.
Fillmore Flashes Boys Soccer team held their banquet Wednesday, March 3rd. Above are two of the award recipients honored at the banquet : (l-r) Alievo Komiljon - Varsity Flashman Award, and Andrew Michell - JV MVP.
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Fillmore Youth Football and Cheer Organization is accepting applications for New Board Members Elections are set for Monday, March 22 at 6:30pm Fillmore Senior Center 533 Santa Clara St.

Please contact Christina Holladay, at (805)797-7038 All applications are due back to Christina Holladay by Friday March 19th at 5:00pm. It is mandatory that all applicants be present to accept nomination.

 
In the 1st Round CIF-SS game Division 4A Fillmore won 72-46. (pictured above) Chris De La Paz scored 8 points, 2 rebounds. Fillmore played solid defense all game and shot the ball well (31-52 from the floor). Angel Barajas scored 14 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists. Corey Cole scored 13 points, 4 steals. Flashes Overall Record 18-8. Frontier League 8-2 (2nd place). Playoffs Record: 1-0.
In the 1st Round CIF-SS game Division 4A Fillmore won 72-46. (pictured above) Chris De La Paz scored 8 points, 2 rebounds. Fillmore played solid defense all game and shot the ball well (31-52 from the floor). Angel Barajas scored 14 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists. Corey Cole scored 13 points, 4 steals. Flashes Overall Record 18-8. Frontier League 8-2 (2nd place). Playoffs Record: 1-0.
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Joe Estrella scored 9 points, 8 rebounds.
Joe Estrella scored 9 points, 8 rebounds.
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James Nelson scored 10 points, 4 rebounds.
James Nelson scored 10 points, 4 rebounds.
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Heritage Valley Aquatics practice at the Fillmore Aquatic Center and the Santa Paula High School pool.

Three HVA swimmers from Fillmore participated in a swim meet hosted by Rio Mesa Swim Club on January 16 & 17. Paige McKeown (age 7) dropped almost 7 seconds in her 25 yd. freestyle. Remy Richardson (8) swam a 100 yd. freestyle for the first time and placed 7th. He was 9th in the 25 yd. backstroke and he dropped his time by a seond in the 25 yd. butterfly placing 5th. Kyle Popp (12) participated in five events and achieved best times in four events including dropping 13.97 seconds in the 100 breaststroke and fifteen seconds in the 100 Individual Medley.

Thirteen HVA swimmers participated in the CONTINUED »

 
Michael Ramirez competes against Santa Paula during the CIF individual match.
Michael Ramirez competes against Santa Paula during the CIF individual match.
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Christian Conaway shot taken moment after pinning Malibu wreslter.
Christian Conaway shot taken moment after pinning Malibu wreslter.
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Sammy Orosco matching up with Malibu wrestler.
Sammy Orosco matching up with Malibu wrestler.
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Anthony Lopez showing incredible neck strength.
Anthony Lopez showing incredible neck strength.
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Austin Davis gets the pin in his JV Match against Santa Paula Davis also took the JV title in his weight category.
Austin Davis gets the pin in his JV Match against Santa Paula Davis also took the JV title in his weight category.
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Anthony Perez gets the win against Nordoff.
Anthony Perez gets the win against Nordoff.
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(l-r) Mark Zavala and Christian Conaway, Tri Valley League Wrestling Champions.
(l-r) Mark Zavala and Christian Conaway, Tri Valley League Wrestling Champions.
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Mark Zavala showing Flashes Pride.
Mark Zavala showing Flashes Pride.
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The scene could have been something out of a movie. A large gym and in the middle of the gym was one wrestling mat under the gleaming lights and crowds lining both bleachers. Wrestlers lined up and to take their turn on the mat under the lights with the crowd in full support. Small school single mat wrestling at its best was on tap Friday February 2nd when the Flashes hosted the Individuals Tri-Valley League Finals. Fillmore, Santa Paula, Nordoff and Mailbu wrestlers all competed for Individual standings in the league. The gym was filled with wrestlers, coaches and fans. New Jewish Community School did not participate in the match due to the conflict between their Sabbath and tournament dates. Respect goes to NJC for standing up for what they believe in.
Wrestling started at 5:15 PM with JV Girls Matches, and then progressed to JV Boys Matches, followed by the elimination rounds for Varsity. By the time the Varsity Matches were completed and the Awards Ceremony completed it was close to 10:00 PM. The action flowed from start to finish.

Taking Tri-Valley Individual League Championships was: Mark Zavala at 119 pounds and Christian Conaway at 145 pounds.

Flashes wrestlers who took runner up in the league include: Robert Bonilla (112), Jonathan Minero (125), Tyler Gray (130), Kyle Castaneda (145), Rodolfo Lopez (140), Anthony Edwards (171), Sammy Orozco (191) and Anthony Perez (heavyweight).

Taking the title for JV’s was Austin Davis at 171 pounds. Three Lady Flashes; Ariele Legan (108), Brenda Alvarez (135) and Alexis Ramirez (165) also won titles.

Previously reported the Flashes Wrestling Team is comprised of all under classman. With a solid feeder program firmly seeded in the Middle School the 2010-11 season looks oh so sweet. This year Fillmore took second in league as a team. They’re already firmly looking to knock Santa Paula off their perch next year.

The determination of Fillmore advancing to CIF as a team is undetermined at this time. What is known is individual Flashes wrestlers will compete in the CIF Individual tournament.

 
Christian Conaway wrestles his opponent. Conaway won by a pin. Fillmore lost by one point for the Tri -Valley League Title. Fillmore will host the Tri-Valley League Finals on February 5th at 4:00 pm at the F.H.S. Gym.
Christian Conaway wrestles his opponent. Conaway won by a pin. Fillmore lost by one point for the Tri -Valley League Title. Fillmore will host the Tri-Valley League Finals on February 5th at 4:00 pm at the F.H.S. Gym.
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Sammy Orozco wins by pin.
Sammy Orozco wins by pin.
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Fillmore Wrestling was defeated last Wednesday by only 1 point, 36-35.
Fillmore Wrestling was defeated last Wednesday by only 1 point, 36-35.
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Wrestling returned to Fillmore on Jan 27 when the Flashes hosted Santa Paula Cardinals in a Tri Valley League match. Due to extenuating circumstances Coach Calderon was forced to reorganize the team for the match, which placed the team at a disadvantage for the match. Typical of the Flashes they accepted the challenge and did their best. Wrestlers putting points on the board for the Flashes included; Robert Bonilla wrestling at 112 pounds, Sammy Orozco wrestled at 189, Christian Conaway wrestled up in the 152 pound class and Marc Zavala wrestled at 125, one Flashes wrestler received a bye at the 145 pound class.

Final team score was Santa Paula 36, Fillmore 35. Sadly for the Flashes his match determined who would lay claim to the Tri Valley League Championship for the 09-10 season.

On 1/20 The Flashes Varsity Wrestlers traveled to Chaminade High School in West Hills for the Chaminade Invitational. 26 schools competed in the event. Sammy Orozco took 3rd place in his weight category. Several others took 5th and 7th place. Competition at this event was fierce and will likely represent what the Flashes will be up against as they begin CIF wrestling in a few weeks.

On 2/5 Fillmore will host the Tri Valley League Finals. School Participating include: Santa Paula, Nordoff, Malibu, New Jewish Community and Fillmore.

Make plans to come to come out and support the Flashes at their final league match.

 

January 20, Fillmore played against St. Bonaventure, in the 74th minute of the game Daniella Diaz score. The goal keepers Xochilt Diaz and Jasmin Rubio had 17 shots on goal. Fillmore lost 1-5. January 22, Fillmore against Nordoff. Thalia Alcaraz played a great game and was the lone scorer against Nordoff, Fillmore lost 1-2. January 25, Fillmore played against Oak Park and lost 0-8. Goal keepers: X. Diaz and Rubio played well. January 27 Fillmore against La Reina Fillmore played well but lost 0-4. Alcaraz and Kat Stewart played a good game in the middle against La Reina.

 
Thursday, January 28th the Lady Flashes played against Oak Park. The Flashes lead scorer was Victoria Ayala who contributed 9 points and 6 rebounds. Jazzmine Galvez had 6 points and 3 rebounds. Unfortunatly Fillmore lost 48-28, but not without putting up a good fight. The Lady Flashes are 3-4 in the Tri-Valley League and 11-10 overall. They have two home games remaining against Villanova tonight and February 9th against Oaks Christian. Both games start at 7:00 p.m.
Thursday, January 28th the Lady Flashes played against Oak Park. The Flashes lead scorer was Victoria Ayala who contributed 9 points and 6 rebounds. Jazzmine Galvez had 6 points and 3 rebounds. Unfortunatly Fillmore lost 48-28, but not without putting up a good fight. The Lady Flashes are 3-4 in the Tri-Valley League and 11-10 overall. They have two home games remaining against Villanova tonight and February 9th against Oaks Christian. Both games start at 7:00 p.m.
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Jazzmine Galvez looks to pass the ball and keep it away from Oak Park.
Jazzmine Galvez looks to pass the ball and keep it away from Oak Park.
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Conchita Valdez #20 blocks for Jaynessa Lopez during the game against Oak Park.
Conchita Valdez #20 blocks for Jaynessa Lopez during the game against Oak Park.
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