On Friday October 31, 2008 Fillmore High School will host the 98th meeting between Santa Paula and Fillmore. This time honored tradition is anticipated by both cities as they join together yearly for this long awaited event. Due to the fact that this year it falls on Halloween, anyone dressed in costumes that are “Middle School Age” and above WILL NOT be allowed into the game. Fillmore High School apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause, but hopes you will understand that it is important to create a safe environment for all that attend.

Pre-Sale Tickets will go on sale MONDAY, OCTOBER 27TH and will be available during school hours at the Student Store at Fillmore High School. Adults $7, Students & Children $4 and Seniors $3. Should there be any additional questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the FHS Athletic Department at (805) 524-8491.

 


 
Troy Hayes #5 goes around the outside for yardage against Nordoff; Fillmore lost 42-7. (Football photos courtesy of Crystal Gurrola)
Troy Hayes #5 goes around the outside for yardage against Nordoff; Fillmore lost 42-7. (Football photos courtesy of Crystal Gurrola)
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Jose “Froggy” Estrada makes one of his many tackles of the game.
Jose “Froggy” Estrada makes one of his many tackles of the game.
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JV Cheerleaders.
JV Cheerleaders.
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Angel Barajas #10 had a great game against Nordoff; Barajas scored two touchdowns, but it wasn't enough for a win. J.V. Flashes lost 21-14.
Angel Barajas #10 had a great game against Nordoff; Barajas scored two touchdowns, but it wasn't enough for a win. J.V. Flashes lost 21-14.
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Tatyana Cervantes #55 pitched an awesome game on Sunday, Sept. 21 and also hit in a Grand Slam and a Homerun for the Fillmore Diamond Girlz Softball Team. Good job Tots.
Tatyana Cervantes #55 pitched an awesome game on Sunday, Sept. 21 and also hit in a Grand Slam and a Homerun for the Fillmore Diamond Girlz Softball Team. Good job Tots.
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An unidentified Bantam Silver Defender Sacks the Camarillo Cougar Quarterback. Photos by Harold Cronin.
An unidentified Bantam Silver Defender Sacks the Camarillo Cougar Quarterback. Photos by Harold Cronin.
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Tyler Esquivel continues to show why he's a dominant force for the J1 Black team.
Tyler Esquivel continues to show why he's a dominant force for the J1 Black team.
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Chad Hope puts a big hit on a Ventura ball carrier.
Chad Hope puts a big hit on a Ventura ball carrier.
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Lester Legan makes a great catch.
Lester Legan makes a great catch.
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Fernando Gonzalez making one of his 6 tackles for the day.
Fernando Gonzalez making one of his 6 tackles for the day.
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Center #51 Carson Lhotka and the offensive line had a great game last Friday against Carpinteria. Fillmore trampled the Warriors 40-14.
Center #51 Carson Lhotka and the offensive line had a great game last Friday against Carpinteria. Fillmore trampled the Warriors 40-14.
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Ralph Sandoval #25 scores the first touchdown of the game. Other game highlights, Troy Hayes had over 200 all purpose yards along with a 49 yard interception touchdown; Nathan Ibarra was 4 of 10 for 124 yards; Noah Aguirre had a 64 yard interception return for a touchdown. The defensive line recorded 4 sacks collectively. Matt Dollar stated, “The Defense played a great game for us. The D-line and secondary had a solid night holding Carp to just 32 yards in the first half.”
Ralph Sandoval #25 scores the first touchdown of the game. Other game highlights, Troy Hayes had over 200 all purpose yards along with a 49 yard interception touchdown; Nathan Ibarra was 4 of 10 for 124 yards; Noah Aguirre had a 64 yard interception return for a touchdown. The defensive line recorded 4 sacks collectively. Matt Dollar stated, “The Defense played a great game for us. The D-line and secondary had a solid night holding Carp to just 32 yards in the first half.”
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Emilio Gomez #90 helps out with the tackle.
Emilio Gomez #90 helps out with the tackle.
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J.D. Smallwood #75 wraps up the J.V. Warrior player last Friday afternoon.
J.D. Smallwood #75 wraps up the J.V. Warrior player last Friday afternoon.
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Corey Cole is able to get the pass off just in time.
Corey Cole is able to get the pass off just in time.
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F.H.S. Varsity cheerleaders kept the crowd busy during the game against Carpinteria.
F.H.S. Varsity cheerleaders kept the crowd busy during the game against Carpinteria.
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Youth Basketball Registration
The City of Fillmore Recreation Department will be conducting Youth Basketball registration for boys and girls grades 1-9. Registration will be accepted at the recreation department beginning Monday, October 6, 2008 and continuing through Friday, November 7, 2008 between 8:00AM-5:00PM. League play is scheduled to begin Saturday, December 6, 2008 and continue through the end of February 2009. Cost for registration is $50 (price includes picture package and a trophy). For additional information please contact the recreation Department, 524-1500 ex#216.

Youth Basketball Coaches Needed
The City of Fillmore Recreation Department and the Youth Basketball Program is looking for interested persons willing to coach a youth basketball team. The league will begin Saturday, December 6, 2008 and continue through the end of February, 2009 (approx. 10 weeks). Coaches are needed for all divisions. If you are interested in coaching a boys or girls basketball team please contact Annette Cardona, 524-1500 ex216.

Youth Basketball Referees Needed
The City of Fillmore Recreation Department and the Youth Basketball Program is looking for interested persons willing to referee youth basketball. The league will begin Saturday, December 6, 2008 and continue through the end of February, 2009. (approx 10 weeks). Referees are needed for all divisions. If you are interested in refereeing boys and girls basketball please contact Annette Cardona, 524-1500 ex216.

 
Pictured (l-r) are the 2008 Homecoming court- Princess Rebeca Herrera, Homecoming Queen Brina Suttle, Princess Jill Wilber, Sophomore Princess Angelica Gonzalez, Junior Princess Victoria Ayala, and Freshman Princess Anissa Magdaleno.
Pictured (l-r) are the 2008 Homecoming court- Princess Rebeca Herrera, Homecoming Queen Brina Suttle, Princess Jill Wilber, Sophomore Princess Angelica Gonzalez, Junior Princess Victoria Ayala, and Freshman Princess Anissa Magdaleno.
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Barbara Lemons, escorted by husband Randy, was this year’s Grand Marshall.
Barbara Lemons, escorted by husband Randy, was this year’s Grand Marshall.
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Troy Hayes helmet flies off after being hit by Kilpatrick defense. Hayes had over 200 rushing yards.
Troy Hayes helmet flies off after being hit by Kilpatrick defense. Hayes had over 200 rushing yards.
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#1 Ryan Riberty throws his first TD pass to #12 Aaron Cronin. All photos by Harold Cronin.
#1 Ryan Riberty throws his first TD pass to #12 Aaron Cronin. All photos by Harold Cronin.
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Teamwork.
Teamwork.
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Garza sacks the Quarter Back.
Garza sacks the Quarter Back.
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Tylor Stump running the ball.
Tylor Stump running the ball.
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Noah Aguirre #10 runs the ball on a 58 yard interception. Flashes are 3-0 in season they played Bishop Diego last Friday night and beat them 42-3. According to Coach Dollar, The Flashes played strong defense Friday night. Christian Prado had 11 tackles and 2 sacks and a fumble recovery, Froggy Estrada had 50 yard interception return and Noah Aguirre had a 58 yard interception return. Both Nick Paz and Troy Hayes rushed over 100 yards, Nathan Ibarra had 3 rushing touch downs to lead the Flashes past Bishop Diego. “We played great defense and our offensive line did an outstanding job up front” said Coach Dollar. Fillmore plays Kilpatrick this Friday at 7:30 p.m. they are also celebrating homecoming. (All Flashes Football Photos Courtesy Mike Watson)
Noah Aguirre #10 runs the ball on a 58 yard interception. Flashes are 3-0 in season they played Bishop Diego last Friday night and beat them 42-3. According to Coach Dollar, The Flashes played strong defense Friday night. Christian Prado had 11 tackles and 2 sacks and a fumble recovery, Froggy Estrada had 50 yard interception return and Noah Aguirre had a 58 yard interception return. Both Nick Paz and Troy Hayes rushed over 100 yards, Nathan Ibarra had 3 rushing touch downs to lead the Flashes past Bishop Diego. “We played great defense and our offensive line did an outstanding job up front” said Coach Dollar. Fillmore plays Kilpatrick this Friday at 7:30 p.m. they are also celebrating homecoming. (All Flashes Football Photos Courtesy Mike Watson)
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Troy Hayes #5 had over a 100 yards against Bishop Diego. Also pictured is #64 Jose “Froggy” Estrada who also had a 50 yard return.
Troy Hayes #5 had over a 100 yards against Bishop Diego. Also pictured is #64 Jose “Froggy” Estrada who also had a 50 yard return.
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Johnny Golson #20 had 3 touchdowns against Bishop Diego. Junior Varsity are also 3-0 in season, with a win over Bishop Diego 47-0. Quarterback Corey Cole had 2 quarterback sneak touchdowns, Johnny Golson had 3 touchdowns with runs of 25, 40 and 70 yards, Golson also had a kickoff return of 75 yards and a catch for 65 yards. Joel Amaro had 5 P.A.T.’s. Jordan Davis, Angel Barajas, Derek Luna, Sam Orozco all played great on defense.
Johnny Golson #20 had 3 touchdowns against Bishop Diego. Junior Varsity are also 3-0 in season, with a win over Bishop Diego 47-0. Quarterback Corey Cole had 2 quarterback sneak touchdowns, Johnny Golson had 3 touchdowns with runs of 25, 40 and 70 yards, Golson also had a kickoff return of 75 yards and a catch for 65 yards. Joel Amaro had 5 P.A.T.’s. Jordan Davis, Angel Barajas, Derek Luna, Sam Orozco all played great on defense.
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Corey Cole #19 had 2 quarterback sneak touchdowns.
Corey Cole #19 had 2 quarterback sneak touchdowns.
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Chad Hansen breaks free for a TD! (All Raiders Photos by Harold Cronin.)
Chad Hansen breaks free for a TD! (All Raiders Photos by Harold Cronin.)
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Bantam Silver's Trevor Scott tries to get past the defense.
Bantam Silver's Trevor Scott tries to get past the defense.
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Sebastian Correia looks for room to run.
Sebastian Correia looks for room to run.
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The J1 Silver
The J1 Silver "D" makes a play.
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Hayden Wright takes turns the corner.
Hayden Wright takes turns the corner.
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Brendan
Brendan "The Baby Bull" Gonzalez going in for the sack.
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The Mighty Might Silver shows why its the best in the league.
The Mighty Might Silver shows why its the best in the league.
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Kyle taking the final turn, coming across the finish line. Both Kyle and Christian Conaway, of Fillmore, participated in the Maryhill Festival of Speed / IGSA World Championships held August 27-31. The race was near the Columbia River Gorge, in Goldendale, Washington.
Kyle taking the final turn, coming across the finish line. Both Kyle and Christian Conaway, of Fillmore, participated in the Maryhill Festival of Speed / IGSA World Championships held August 27-31. The race was near the Columbia River Gorge, in Goldendale, Washington.
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Christian is shown making a pass on his Classic Luge. Legend has it Maryhill is the first paved road in the Pacific Northwest.
Christian is shown making a pass on his Classic Luge. Legend has it Maryhill is the first paved road in the Pacific Northwest.
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Fillmore Flashes held Raider Night at last Friday night’s game. The little guys were able to run out on the field with the varsity players, and the Raider Cheerleaders were on the field as well. Varsity Football Re-cap: Nathan Ibarra passed for over 150 yds and rushed for 66yds to lead the flashes past Village Christian. Christian Prado was the leading tackler with 10 tackles. “This is what the team needed more than anything, to believe that they have the ability to execute and end the game with a big win”, according to Coach Dollar. (All photos courtesy Mike Watson)
Fillmore Flashes held Raider Night at last Friday night’s game. The little guys were able to run out on the field with the varsity players, and the Raider Cheerleaders were on the field as well. Varsity Football Re-cap: Nathan Ibarra passed for over 150 yds and rushed for 66yds to lead the flashes past Village Christian. Christian Prado was the leading tackler with 10 tackles. “This is what the team needed more than anything, to believe that they have the ability to execute and end the game with a big win”, according to Coach Dollar. (All photos courtesy Mike Watson)
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Nathan Ibarra runs into the end zone and scores another touch down against Village Christian. Fillmore beat Village Christian 41-14.
Nathan Ibarra runs into the end zone and scores another touch down against Village Christian. Fillmore beat Village Christian 41-14.
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N. Aguirre
N. Aguirre
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D. Esquivel
D. Esquivel
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N. Ibarra
N. Ibarra
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Cheerleaders.
Cheerleaders.
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J.V. Offense played great, beating Village Christian 32-0. Here a player catches a ball that was thrown low, before it hit the ground. JV Football Re-cap: Ty Casey & Johnny Golson ran the ball well on offense both with
numerous long runs--Johnny also had a nice pass for 35yrds on a trick play. RB Austin Davis also ran the ball well scoring two touchdowns. QB Corey Cole threw the ball well completing 5 of 6 passes for 125yrds. He also scored on a quarterback sneak. Angel Barrajas scored our first touchdown on a great hard run breaking four tackles & running for 45yrds to score. Derek Luna & Benny Garcia played well on def & 95lb Robert Bonilla made a great hard tackle on the kickoff team. Score was 32 to 0.
J.V. Offense played great, beating Village Christian 32-0. Here a player catches a ball that was thrown low, before it hit the ground. JV Football Re-cap: Ty Casey & Johnny Golson ran the ball well on offense both with numerous long runs--Johnny also had a nice pass for 35yrds on a trick play. RB Austin Davis also ran the ball well scoring two touchdowns. QB Corey Cole threw the ball well completing 5 of 6 passes for 125yrds. He also scored on a quarterback sneak. Angel Barrajas scored our first touchdown on a great hard run breaking four tackles & running for 45yrds to score. Derek Luna & Benny Garcia played well on def & 95lb Robert Bonilla made a great hard tackle on the kickoff team. Score was 32 to 0.
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Flashes J.V. defense held their ground against Village Christian.
Flashes J.V. defense held their ground against Village Christian.
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A. Davis
A. Davis
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Tyler Esquivel making a great play. (All photos by Harold Cronin)
Tyler Esquivel making a great play. (All photos by Harold Cronin)
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Val Pillado keeps his feet heading into the endzone.
Val Pillado keeps his feet heading into the endzone.
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Damian Gonzalez attempts to bring down a Westlake ball carrier.
Damian Gonzalez attempts to bring down a Westlake ball carrier.
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Dominick Gonzalez breaks away for a TD!
Dominick Gonzalez breaks away for a TD!
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Joe Wilmot stripping the ball away from an Outlaw running back.
Joe Wilmot stripping the ball away from an Outlaw running back.
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Mario Hernandez celebrates!
Mario Hernandez celebrates!
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An Unknown Mighty Mite Silver Player takes down a Cardinal Runner.
An Unknown Mighty Mite Silver Player takes down a Cardinal Runner.
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An Unidentified Raider Defender takes down a Cardinal Ball carrier
An Unidentified Raider Defender takes down a Cardinal Ball carrier
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Miguel Lagunes attempts to bring down Pete Frias.
Miguel Lagunes attempts to bring down Pete Frias.
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Pete Frias stiff arming his way to daylight.
Pete Frias stiff arming his way to daylight.
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Rebecca Herrera spikes the ball against Frazier Mountain.
Rebecca Herrera spikes the ball against Frazier Mountain.
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Tory Ayala spikes the ball, getting it past the defense. Fillmore lost to Frazier Mountain.
Tory Ayala spikes the ball, getting it past the defense. Fillmore lost to Frazier Mountain.
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J. Wilbur.
J. Wilbur.
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B. Suttle.
B. Suttle.
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Troy Hayes had over 150 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns including a 66 yard punt return for a score, to lead the Flashes past the Channel Island Raiders. Ralph Sandoval #25, pictured above, caused a fumble in the 3rd quarter that was recovered by Marco Herrera, a key turning point in the game. Christian Prado led the defense with 11 tackles. “The team did exactly what was required of them in the second half, they didn’t allow another score and they put twenty points on the board for the go-ahead win,” stated Coach Dollar. Fillmore beat Channel Islands 27-20.
Troy Hayes had over 150 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns including a 66 yard punt return for a score, to lead the Flashes past the Channel Island Raiders. Ralph Sandoval #25, pictured above, caused a fumble in the 3rd quarter that was recovered by Marco Herrera, a key turning point in the game. Christian Prado led the defense with 11 tackles. “The team did exactly what was required of them in the second half, they didn’t allow another score and they put twenty points on the board for the go-ahead win,” stated Coach Dollar. Fillmore beat Channel Islands 27-20.
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N. Ibarra
N. Ibarra
Photo by Mike Watson
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T. Hayes
T. Hayes
Photo by Mike Watson
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Touchdown!
Touchdown!
Photo by Mike Watson
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Varsity Captains
Varsity Captains
Photo by Mike Watson
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Austin Davis #25 pictured above, scored 3 touchdowns-picking up a fumble the first play of the game & running it in for a touchdown--he also ran one in from the backfield & caught one from Corey Cole, about a 40 yd pass. Johnny Golson threw a touchdown pass to Ben Fernandez, about a 35 yd pass. Jordan Davis had an interception. Ty Casey ran the ball well with 10 carries for about 100 yds. Joel Amaro kicked 3 field goals. On defense Anthony Edwards, Sam Orozco, Angel Beccera, & Johnny Golson played well. Fillmore beat Channel Islands 27-21.
Austin Davis #25 pictured above, scored 3 touchdowns-picking up a fumble the first play of the game & running it in for a touchdown--he also ran one in from the backfield & caught one from Corey Cole, about a 40 yd pass. Johnny Golson threw a touchdown pass to Ben Fernandez, about a 35 yd pass. Jordan Davis had an interception. Ty Casey ran the ball well with 10 carries for about 100 yds. Joel Amaro kicked 3 field goals. On defense Anthony Edwards, Sam Orozco, Angel Beccera, & Johnny Golson played well. Fillmore beat Channel Islands 27-21.
Photo by Mike Watson
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Flashes played great Defense.
Flashes played great Defense.
Photo by Mike Watson
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C. Cole
C. Cole
Photo by Mike Watson
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Varsity Cheer.
Varsity Cheer.
Photo by Mike Watson
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Varsity Cheer.
Varsity Cheer.
Photo by Mike Watson
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JV Cheer.
JV Cheer.
Photo by Mike Watson
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Damian Gonzalez finishes off an opposing ball carrier.
Damian Gonzalez finishes off an opposing ball carrier.
Photo by Harold Cronin
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Blake Palacio breaks free up the middle.
Blake Palacio breaks free up the middle.
Photo by Harold Cronin
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Pete Frias stiff arms a Santa Clarita defender.
Pete Frias stiff arms a Santa Clarita defender.
Photo by Harold Cronin
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Fernando Gonzalez makes a punishing hit on a Oxnard ball carrier.
Fernando Gonzalez makes a punishing hit on a Oxnard ball carrier.
Photo by Harold Cronin
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Chad Hansen follows Alex Banales through a hole in the defense.
Chad Hansen follows Alex Banales through a hole in the defense.
Photo by Harold Cronin
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Hugo Magana breaking a tackle and heading for paydirt.
Hugo Magana breaking a tackle and heading for paydirt.
Photo by Harold Cronin
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Freddy Hurtado making a big defensive stop assisted by unknown player.
Freddy Hurtado making a big defensive stop assisted by unknown player.
Photo by Harold Cronin
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Aaron Cronin taking down a Cardinal ball carrier.
Aaron Cronin taking down a Cardinal ball carrier.
Photo by Harold Cronin
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The Fillmore Flashes Varsity Football team held their first night practice last Wednesday on the new football field, underneath the new lights. The players seemed excited and proud to be on the field and one player stated that he ran faster on the new turf. Above, the players raise their helmets with a shout of “Flashes” before they end practice. The Flashes have their first home football game this Friday (J.V. 4:30 p.m.
& Varsity 7:30 p.m.) against Channel Islands...... Go Flashes!
The Fillmore Flashes Varsity Football team held their first night practice last Wednesday on the new football field, underneath the new lights. The players seemed excited and proud to be on the field and one player stated that he ran faster on the new turf. Above, the players raise their helmets with a shout of “Flashes” before they end practice. The Flashes have their first home football game this Friday (J.V. 4:30 p.m. & Varsity 7:30 p.m.) against Channel Islands...... Go Flashes!
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Night Football Practice.
Night Football Practice.
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Night Football Practice.
Night Football Practice.
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Night Football Practice.
Night Football Practice.
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The Fillmore High School Football season opens this Friday night at home against Channel Islands High School. On behalf of the Fillmore High School students and staff I would like to invite you and your family to join us. Ticket prices are $7.00 for adults, Middle School students and younger $4.00 (if accompanied by an adult), and ALL Children without an adult $4.00.

Please remind your son/daughter that if they come to the game they are required to sit in the bleachers to watch the game. Students will not be allowed to loiter behind the bleachers or near the snack bar area. Students who do not comply will be asked to leave and will not be allowed to return to other games this year.

Other home games this year:

September 12 - Village Christian
September 19 - Bishop Diego
September 26 - Kilpatrick (Homecoming)
October 31 - Santa Paula
November 17 - Grace Brethren

Junior Varsity games begin at 4:30; Varsity games begin at 7:30

We are very excited about the opening of our new football stadium, and we hope to see you there. Go FLASHES!

 

Two Ventura County shooters have reason to celebrate after their strong showing in the Steel Challenge World Speed Shooting Championships held this past weekend in Piru, California. Taran Butler of Simi Valley won the title of world’s fastest in the Enhanced Service Pistol and Shotgun matches while also claiming a fourth place finish in the Rimfire Rifle event. In the Custom Defensive Pistol match nobody was faster than JT Tedder of Moorpark who also placed third in the Iron Sighted Revolver match.
Butler shot the Enhanced Service Pistol match in a winning time of 119.63 seconds, the Shotgun match in 20.25 seconds and the Rimfire Rifle match in 30.89. Tedder outpaced the competition in Custom Defensive Pistol with a time of 137.38 and shot a time of 128.52 in the Iron Sighted Revolver competition.
More than 200 top competition shooters from 19 states and 4 foreign countries competed for a share of the $350,000 in cash and prizes at the Steel Challenge which is the premier event in the sport of Speed Shooting.
About the SCSA: The Steel Challenge Shooting Association (SCSA) is the governing body of the sport of Speed Shooting and organizer of the Steel Challenge World Speed Shooting Championships. To learn more about the Steel Challenge Shooting Association and the Steel Challenge visit their Web site at www.steelchallenge.com. There you will find diagrams of the stages of fire, complete listing of the 2007 results, a list of past champions, world record times and more.

 
Fillmore Raiders Football started camp last week. Pictured above Joe Woods coach for J2’s is explaining a drill to the kids. This year the Raiders have 8 teams, Mighty Mights to J2’s.
Fillmore Raiders Football started camp last week. Pictured above Joe Woods coach for J2’s is explaining a drill to the kids. This year the Raiders have 8 teams, Mighty Mights to J2’s.
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Pictured above: Top row (l-r) J. D. Smallwood, Luis Hernandez, Peter Egedi, Curtis Cole, Carson McLain, Brandon Pina, Damien Almazan. Bottom row (l-r) Trestan Tello, Sammy Dominguez, Joshua Sandoval, Logan Boblett, and Anthony Morales.
Pictured above: Top row (l-r) J. D. Smallwood, Luis Hernandez, Peter Egedi, Curtis Cole, Carson McLain, Brandon Pina, Damien Almazan. Bottom row (l-r) Trestan Tello, Sammy Dominguez, Joshua Sandoval, Logan Boblett, and Anthony Morales.
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A big “Thank You” to Curtis Cole for all of the hard work and determination he showed the boys this past couple of weeks in camp. We appreciate all the training and pointers you gave them to help with this coming football season. The boys and parents are very fortunate to have a young man who is willing to take the time out of his schedule during his summer break and teach these boys the fundamentals of football and to whip them into shape. You are a wonderful young man and we wish you nothing but the best this year at ASU.