Fillmore Raiders J2, Coached by Head Coach Ralph Meza merged with Santa Paula Cardinal Youth football to form a team and competed in the 12u division. They played two games on Friday to win the championship. First victory was against Santa Ynez 41-0 and second victory was against another Fillmore team 60-48 to win the championship. Pictured (top row) Jose Romero#99, Rafa Meza#72, Daniel Lopez#4, Timmy Luna #26, Pedro Jimenez#52, Victor Jimenez#21, Beto Mejia #88, Daniel Navarro#21. (bottom row) Christian Solis, Aj Gomez, Jordan Ornales, Hugo Virto, Chris Hill, Ricky Holladay, Michael Coronado, Alex Mejia. Not pictured: Head Coach Ralph Meza, Coach Milo Solis, Coach Pete Jimenez, and Coach Troy Eskridge.
Fillmore Raiders J2, Coached by Head Coach Ralph Meza merged with Santa Paula Cardinal Youth football to form a team and competed in the 12u division. They played two games on Friday to win the championship. First victory was against Santa Ynez 41-0 and second victory was against another Fillmore team 60-48 to win the championship. Pictured (top row) Jose Romero#99, Rafa Meza#72, Daniel Lopez#4, Timmy Luna #26, Pedro Jimenez#52, Victor Jimenez#21, Beto Mejia #88, Daniel Navarro#21. (bottom row) Christian Solis, Aj Gomez, Jordan Ornales, Hugo Virto, Chris Hill, Ricky Holladay, Michael Coronado, Alex Mejia. Not pictured: Head Coach Ralph Meza, Coach Milo Solis, Coach Pete Jimenez, and Coach Troy Eskridge.
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Kiana Hope. She qualified to the State Championship Meet at Woodward Park as an individual.
Kiana Hope. She qualified to the State Championship Meet at Woodward Park as an individual.
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This past Saturday, the Fillmore boys and girls Cross Country Team travelled to compete at Mt. San Antonio College at the CIF Southern Sectional Finals. Both teams were fierce in competition. The boys finished 11th overall with front runner Jesus Mendoza, a senior and first year runner with an incredible performance of 16:35. Juniors Jorge Hurtado, Dominick Gonzalez and Francisco Erazo were close behind with times of 16:41, 16:47 and 16:55. These runners have made huge gains throughout the season and will be runners to watch next years as seniors. Seniors Justin Beach ran a 16:51, along with senior Mario Gaspar with a time of 17:49. Once again, the boys had an amazing season. Congratulations to all.

The girls program showed many gains throughout the season. The girls finished 13th at CIF finals, gaining 3 spots from last year. The lady flashes were led by senior Kiana Hope with a time of 18:26, she placed 4th overall in her race with an individual qualification to the 2013 Division IV State Cross Country Championship meet. Teammates Alexis Tafoya, a junior, was the 2nd for the lady flashes with a time of 20:25. Running together at the end, senior Jordyn Vassaur and sophomore Briana Segoviano were 3rd and 4th for the lady flashes with times of 20:50 and 20:51. Rounding out the lady flashes were junior Sofia Gallardo and freshman Marisol Martinez with times of 22:31 and 23:43.

Kiana will continue on to the 2013 State Championships this Saturday, Nov 30th at Woodward Park in Fresno California. As a sophomore, in 2011 Kiana advanced to the CIF Prelims, as a junior in 2012 she competed at the CIF Finals. Now as a senior, she will go on to compete at the State Championship meet. We are truly proud of her accomplishments and want to wish Kiana the best. Way to go Kiana!

 
AYSO Fillmore Ca Region 242 Section 10 U-16 Girls Playoffs in Bakersfield Ca. U-16 Girls First time win Championship at Bskersfield State Farm Sports Village. Top Row: Reylene Martinez, Brianna Santa Rosa, Emily Garnica, Esmeralda Murillo, Yaneli Enriquez, Vanessa Estrada, Rachrl Rivera, Taylor Flores, Ryan Nunes, Caroline Esquivel, Coach Arnold Munoz Bottom Row: Coach Omero Martinez, Jocelyn Munoz, Lisette Martinez, Beatriz Morales, Salma Gomez, Elsa Grace Topete, Coach Willie Diaz Not in picture: Coach Chris Gomez Sarah Vollmert Janet Mendez and Veronica Cruz.
AYSO Fillmore Ca Region 242 Section 10 U-16 Girls Playoffs in Bakersfield Ca. U-16 Girls First time win Championship at Bskersfield State Farm Sports Village. Top Row: Reylene Martinez, Brianna Santa Rosa, Emily Garnica, Esmeralda Murillo, Yaneli Enriquez, Vanessa Estrada, Rachrl Rivera, Taylor Flores, Ryan Nunes, Caroline Esquivel, Coach Arnold Munoz Bottom Row: Coach Omero Martinez, Jocelyn Munoz, Lisette Martinez, Beatriz Morales, Salma Gomez, Elsa Grace Topete, Coach Willie Diaz Not in picture: Coach Chris Gomez Sarah Vollmert Janet Mendez and Veronica Cruz.
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The Team began the Ventura Fall Classic in pool play by defeating Aztecs 4-0, Crazy Eights 15-0 and Snipers 12-0 shutting out all teams and only allowing 2 hits. In elimination the team faced Crazy Eights for the semi final and defeated them by a score of 10-0, leading them to to the championship game vs Aztecs.In the Championship game Lady Menace shut out the Aztecs by a final score of 6-0.

Our young ladies performance was outstanding by leaving every team faced scoreless and only allowing 3 hits in 5 games! Our pitching staff consisted of Kayleen Jacinto, Natalie Sanchez and Dominique Medina of which combined a total of 52 strike outs.

Team Members are: Liliana Arana, Anahi Arreola, Alexis Carillo, Amber Cervantez, Savannah Higgins, Kayleen Jacinto, Marissa Lugo, Analise Luna, Dominique Medina, Natalia Montelongo, Liliana Murillo, Tamara Rodriguez, Natalie Sanchez and Julyssa Tobias. Coaches: Jose Arreola Emilio Jacinto, Eddie Lugo and Hector Sanchez

 
2014 season is here

HOME OF THE 10U WESTERN NATIONAL CHAMPS!
FILLMORE GIRLS SOFTBALL
MINI-SOX & T-BALL

Softball Registration fee: $120 + $40 Pre-Paid Raffle Ticket Fundraiser + $40 Snack Bar Fee
Mini-Sox/T-Ball Registration fee: $100 + $40 Pre-Paid Raffle Ticket Fundraiser + $40 Snack Bar Fee

Your player fee includes: Uniform Jersey & Visor/Hat, field usage, insurance, umpire fee, ASA fees & award

Each player will be required to sell 40 raffle tickets (given at sign-ps)
Anyone interested in Coaching? Please bring copy of DL and your ASA background check. Forms may be printed at: http://www.socal-asa.com/index.php
Under: ASA Background Checks

REGISTRATION DATES: ***EARLY BIRD FEE in Dec. minus $20***
 ***12/7/13 Saturday @ Shiells Park 10:00am to 1:00pm
 ***12/14/13 Saturday @ Shiells Park10:00pm to 1:00pm
 01/4/14 Saturday @ Shiells Park 10:00am to 1:00pm
 01/08/14 Wednesday @ El Pescador 6:00pm to 8:30pm
 01/11/14 Saturday @ Shiells Park 10:00am to 1:00pm
 01/15/14 Wednesday @ El Pescador 6:00pm to 8:30pm
 01/18/14 Saturday @ Shiells Park 10:00am to 1:00pm

$25 late fee assessed after 1/18/14, late sign ups will be accepted at assessments

PLEASE BRING A COPY OF YOUR CHILDS BIRTH CERTIFICATE;
REQUIED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION

Who’s Eligible?
Boys ages 4 ½ to 6 years as of April 30, 2014
Girls ages 4 ½ to 14 years as of January 1, 2014
Other Important Dates:
 01/25/14 Softball Assessments @ Shiells Park
(Mini-Sox & T-Ball DO NOT
need to attend)
8U & 10U 12:00pm - 2:00pm and
12U & 14U 2:00pm - 4:00pm
 01/28/14 Parent Meeting @
Memorial Building Hall 6:30pm -
8:00pm

FGS will accept donations of used
equipment; Bats, gloves, helmets etc...

***

TEMPORADA 2014 ESTA AQUI...

¡CASA DE LOS 10U OCCIDENTAL CAMPEONES NACIONALES!
El BEISBOL de CHICAS de FILLMORE,
MINI-SOX y T-BALL de Niños

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The Flashes season came to a screeching halt last Friday night when they lost to the Citrus Valley Black Hawks by a score of 41-14.

The game started out as a defensive struggle as both teams didn't allow a point. That all changed when Black Hawks quarterback Lance Douglas ran the ball for a touchdown. Citrus Valley missed the extra point and went up 6-0. The Flashes answered back on a kickoff return for a touchdown by Hayden Wright to give Fillmore a 7-6 lead with 7:30 left in the 2nd quarter. The Black hawks answered back on their next possession to go back on top 13-7 with 4:10 left in the 2nd quarter. He Flashes got the ball back, however, they were forced to punt the ball away on 4th and 1. Citrus Valley scored another touchdown just before half to take a 20-7 halftime lead. Fillmore kicked the ball off and Citrus Valley went straight to work scoring another touchdown to take a 27-7 lead with 8:23 left in the 3rd quarter. Fillmore tried to get something going to help make it a game, however, they were forced to punt on their next 2 possessions, and went into the 4th quarter down 27-7. The Black hawks scored again with 11:46 left in the game to extend the lead 34-7. Fillmore got the ball back, but they punted it back to Citrus Valley. The Black hawks ran the ball 30 yards down to the 1 yard line and scored a touchdown on the very next play to extend the lead to 41-7 with 7:47 left in the game. The Flashes scored a touchdown on a run by Adam Jimenez. However it was to little to late as the Flashes lost the game 41-14. Good luck to Citrus Valley as they go on to play at Big Bear next Friday night. Fillmore had a good season. They never gave up. GOOD LUCK NEXT YEAR FLASHES!

 
 
Girls CIF Cross Country Team (l-r) (top) Sofia Gallardo, Alexis Tafoya, Jordyn Vassaur, Briana Segoviano, Captain Kiana Hope, Lupita Perez and Marisol Martinez. (bottom) Irma Torres, Erika Texin and Kimberly Vazquez.
Girls CIF Cross Country Team (l-r) (top) Sofia Gallardo, Alexis Tafoya, Jordyn Vassaur, Briana Segoviano, Captain Kiana Hope, Lupita Perez and Marisol Martinez. (bottom) Irma Torres, Erika Texin and Kimberly Vazquez.
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(l-r) Teammates Francisco Erazo and Justin Beach working the first mile loops at Mt. San Antonio College during CIF Prelims.
(l-r) Teammates Francisco Erazo and Justin Beach working the first mile loops at Mt. San Antonio College during CIF Prelims.
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On Saturday the team raced at the 2013 Cross Country CIF Prelims held at Mt. San Antonio College. To advance to the CIF Finals both teams had to place in the top 16 out of the 32 teams at the prelims. Both boys and girls advanced and will compete this Saturday November 23rd. The girls’ team has qualified to the CIF finals for two consecutive years, where the boys have qualified to CIF finals for the past four consecutive years.
CIF Prelims

On Saturday the team put forth some amazing performances. Both teams are at their peak performance where times make the difference in advancing on to the next race. We are proud of the efforts and the daily workouts that all our runners are putting in to prepare for their final weeks of cross country running.

The boys’ team finished seventh in their perspective heat. Jorge Hurtado had the top performance for the flashes placing 24th in his heat with a very impressive 16:38. Dominick Gonzalez and Francisco Erazo finished 27th and 34th with times of 16:46 and 17:02, while Mario Gaspar was 5th at 17:11. Justin Beach and Nicolas Frias placed 48th and 52nd at 17:19 and 17:26.

The girls’ team finished fifth in their perspective heat. Kiana Hope had the top performance for the lady flashes placing 5th in her heat with a time of 18:50. Jordyn Vassaur finished 17th with a time of 19:59. Lupita Perez placed 24th in the race, clocking a 20:38. Alexis Tafoya was close behind at 27th with a time of 20:43 followed by teammate Briana Segoviano finishing 33rd in 20:57. Sofia Gallardo, and Marisol Martinez were the finished the round up for the lady flashes with times of 22:21 and 22:26.

For full results of the whole team go to http://prepcaltrack.com and look at the division 4 results.

 
Flashes stay on top with 48-14 over Santa Clara

When Santa Clara and Fillmore took the field on Friday everyone knew what was at steak. It was just a question of who would come out on top. Could Fillmore force a tie and become Co- champions? Or would Santa Clara be at the top all alone? This game would answer both those questions.

Santa Clara received the ball first to begin the game. On Santa Clara's first offensive play the ball was intercepted by the Flashes. Fillmore took the ball inside their 20 yard line where Hayden Wright scored the games first touchdown from 16 yards out with 8:40 left in the first quarter. Fillmore forced Santa Clara's offense off the field with a 3 and out on Santa Clara's next possession. Fillmore took over possession of the ball and scored their second touchdown of the night with 2:19 left in the 1st quarter. The Saints, down 14-0 looked to get something going as they returned the kickoff down to the 44 yard line. Santa Clara took the ball down to the 10 yard line where the quarterback threw a 10 yard strike into the endzone with 11:52 left in the 2nd quarter. On the Saints next possession, down 14-7 they looked to tie the game up, but were stopped by the Flashes on 4th and 3 from the 13 yard line. On Fillmores next play they handed the ball off to Tyler Esquivel who burst up the middle for a 75 yrd gain. Fillmore got the ball down to the 10 yard line where they handed the ball off to Chino for a 10 yard touchdown to give Fillmore a 21-7 lead with 6:04 left before halftime. Santa Clara appeared to have scored a touchdown, but a penalty negated the touchdown. Santa Clara missed a field goal and went into the locker room down 21-7 at the half.

Fillmore returned the kickoff 70 yards. Later on the drive Tyler Esquivel scored a touchdown, however the PAT was blocked. Fillmore lead 27-7. On the Saints next possession they scored a 1 yard touchdown to cut the lead to 27-14 with 3:41 left in the 3rd quarter. The Saints held Fillmore and forced a 4th and 1. Fillmore handed the ball off to Justin Coert and they got a first down. Fillmore extended their lead to 34-14 thanks to a touchdown run by Hayden Wright with 3:28 left in the 3rd quarter. Santa

Clara could not get anything going as they were forced to punt on their next possession with 1:52 left in the 3rd quarter. The Saints got the ball back thanks to a fumble by the Flashes. Fillmore was up 34-14 with only 1 quarter left to play.

Santa Clara attempted a Field goal and missed it, and the Flashes returned it all the way to the 42 yard line. Santa Clara held Fillmore on 3 plays and forced a punt. On the next play Santa Clara fumbled it back to Fillmore. The Flashes then handed the ball off to Justin Coert as he took it down to the 5 yard line setting up a touchdown run by Carson Mclain to give the Flashes a 41-14 lead with 7:45 left in the game. Santa Clara tried to get another score in, but they fumbled it back to the Flashes. With 4:46 left to play Carson Mclain handed the ball off to Hayden Wright as he ran it 50 yards for a Fillmore Flashes touchdown.

Fillmore went on to beat Santa Clara by a score of 48-14 forcing both teams to be co-champions. Santa Clara won the coin flip to take possession of the #1 seed. Good luck to the Saints as they play Banning high school (Banning, Ca) next week at Santa Clara. Fillmore takes the #2 seed in the playoffs as they gear up to take on Citrus Valley (Redlands) next Friday at 7pm. GOOD LUCK, AND GO FLASHES!

 
Fillmore Raiders J2 took the GCYFL Championship over Ventura 30 to 16, Saturday, November 9, 2013. Winning team members are #00 Eric Gonzalez, #5 Guillermo Calderon, #20 Ricky Holladay, #21 Ramon Eskridge, #23 David Tovar, #25 Freddy Rodriguez, #28 John Roberts, #32 Vincent Castillo, #34 Trevor Scott, #45 Marshall Martinez, #52 Julian Calderon, #72 Rafa Meza, #75 Connel Ferguson, #97 Benjamin Velasco and #99 Jose Romero. Raiders’ photos courtesy Harold Cronin.
Fillmore Raiders J2 took the GCYFL Championship over Ventura 30 to 16, Saturday, November 9, 2013. Winning team members are #00 Eric Gonzalez, #5 Guillermo Calderon, #20 Ricky Holladay, #21 Ramon Eskridge, #23 David Tovar, #25 Freddy Rodriguez, #28 John Roberts, #32 Vincent Castillo, #34 Trevor Scott, #45 Marshall Martinez, #52 Julian Calderon, #72 Rafa Meza, #75 Connel Ferguson, #97 Benjamin Velasco and #99 Jose Romero. Raiders’ photos courtesy Harold Cronin.
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Last Friday Fillmore traveled to Malibu to take on the Sharks. Malibu received the ball first. However, they were un able to do anything with it as they punted the ball away to the Flashes. Fillmore took the ball all the way down field and punched it in for a touchdown to give them an early 7-0 lead. Malibu got the ball again and were forced to punt. The Flashes looked to take a commanding 2 touchdown lead. And they did just that as they ran the ball all the way down field for another score. Down 14-0 Malibu fought hard to try and get themselves back in the game. Once again the Flashes forced a 3 and out. Fillmore marched the ball straight down the field and punched it in to expand their first quarter lead to 20-0. At this point you got the feeling that this game was a typical Fillmore game where Fillmore would get the lead early and stifle the opponent with a physical defense.

The second quarter started with Malibu desperately trying to get back in the game. However, the Flashes wouldn’t let that happen as they forced the Sharks to punt. Fillmore scored another touchdown before the half to take a 27-0 lead.

Malibu did whatever they could to try to soften the Flashes defense to no avail. Fillmore held their ground once again, and once again Fillmore pounded the ball all the way down field to take a 34-0 lead in to the final quarter of play. The Malibu defense was finally able to stop the Flashes. Malibu`s offense couldn’t get anything going as they gave up a safety in the final minutes of play. Fillmore went on to beat the Sharks 36-0. Good luck to the Sharks as they look to get their first win of the year on the final game of the season against Grace Brethren. Fillmore has a big game next Friday as they play the Santa Clara Saints at home. If the Flashes win they win a share of the league title. If they lose then they will come in second place in league. I hope to see you all next Friday. LETS GO FLASHES!

 
Girls Varsity at Lake Casitas for the Ventura County Championships took 3rd place this past Friday. (l-r) Briana Segoviano, Jordyn Vassaur, Alexis Tafoya, Kiana Hope, Lupita Perez and Sofia Gallardo.
Girls Varsity at Lake Casitas for the Ventura County Championships took 3rd place this past Friday. (l-r) Briana Segoviano, Jordyn Vassaur, Alexis Tafoya, Kiana Hope, Lupita Perez and Sofia Gallardo.
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Boys Varsity at the Ventura County Cross Country Championships took 4th place for smalls schools. (l-r) Jorge Hurtado, Dominick Gonzalez, Nicolas Frias, Francisco Erazo, Frank Chavez and Mario Gaspar.
Boys Varsity at the Ventura County Cross Country Championships took 4th place for smalls schools. (l-r) Jorge Hurtado, Dominick Gonzalez, Nicolas Frias, Francisco Erazo, Frank Chavez and Mario Gaspar.
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Fillmore makes it 2 in a row

The Flashes avoided disaster last Friday night as they beat Grace Brethren 42-30 in what turned out to be an exciting game. Grace Brethren received the ball first, and they went right to work. They converted on a 4th and 1 down to the Flashes 30 yard line. They scored the first touchdown of the game with 4:45 left in the first quarter. Down 7-0 the Flashes went right to work. Fillmore scored on a touchdown run by Andrey Sanchez to tie the score at 7. The lancers got the ball back and converted on their second 4th down of the night down to the 45 yard line. The Lancers kicked a field goal, and extended their lead to 10-7. Quarterback Carson Mclain threw an interception on Fillmore’s next possession, and the Lancers took it in 50 yards for the touchdown to take a 17-7 lead with 8:25 left before halftime. Fillmore took over and scored on a touchdown run by Chino with 3 minutes left before halftime. Grace Brethren got into their 2 minute offense and scored with 3.5 seconds left before halftime. Fillmore went into the locker room down 24-14 at half.

Fillmore received the ball first. However, they were forced to punt it away. The Lancers took over at the Flashes 36 yard line. The Lancers were held on third down and they looked like they were going to punt it away. However Grace Brethren faked the punt and got the first down. The Lancers scored another touchdown to go ahead 30-14. Fillmore got the ball back but they were forced to punt it away. The Lancers were driving to score again as they appeared to have the game under control. However, the Flashes had other ideas. Fillmore intercepted a Lancer pass and took it all the way down to the 1 yard line. Quarterback Carson Mclain snuck the ball in for a touchdown to cut the deficit to 30-21. Fillmore went into the 4th quarter down by 9 and in need of a stop. They got what they wanted as Grace Brethren fumbled the ball at the 39 yard line and Fillmore recovered. Carson Mclain scored another touchdown to cut the deficit down to 2 points with 8:19 left in the game. The crowd was electric in hopes that Fillmore could pull out a win. On the Lancers next possession they were forced to punt it away. Fillmore got the ball on the 30 yard line in need of a score. Fillmore running back Chino burst up the middle for a 30 yard gain down to the Lancers 40 yard line with 3 minutes left. Chino struck again, this time on a 40 yard touchdown run that would give Fillmore the lead for good. Fillmore went for 2 and got it. Grace Brethren took over down 36-30 with 2:30 left in the game and in need of a touchdown to win. They went for it on 4th down again, but this time Fillmore stopped them. Fillmore then scored a touchdown for insurance to win the game 42-30. Great game to both teams. Good luck to the Lancers on the rest of their season as they play next Friday at Santa Clara (Oxnard). Fillmore plays away at Malibu next week in need of a win to keep their hopes of a league championship alive. GOOD LUCK FLASHES!

 
Fillmore Varsity Girl Jordyn Vassaur preparing for poop out hill at the Mt. Sac Invitational this past Saturday. Jordyn was the third Fillmore athlete for the Lady Flashes to Kiana Hope and Lupita Perez. She has been an integral part of her team's success. Her willingness to work hard in practice and in the meets has helped in pushing her team forward in the right direction. Keep up the good work Jordyn, your coaches and teammates are proud of you.
Fillmore Varsity Girl Jordyn Vassaur preparing for poop out hill at the Mt. Sac Invitational this past Saturday. Jordyn was the third Fillmore athlete for the Lady Flashes to Kiana Hope and Lupita Perez. She has been an integral part of her team's success. Her willingness to work hard in practice and in the meets has helped in pushing her team forward in the right direction. Keep up the good work Jordyn, your coaches and teammates are proud of you.
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