Congratulations to the FGS 8U All-Star team who came in 2nd place in the 9th Annual Amanda McPherson All-Star Tournament held in Simi Valley this past weekend.  They played with a lot of heart and held their 4-0 record before being defeated in the Championship game against West Valley.  They competed amongst 16 teams from all across Southern California. They will be playing in the District Tournament this weekend in El Rio. Special thanks to coaches Christy, Danny and Karen for all their hard work and dedication. Good Luck Fillmore! Pictured (Top row) Janeah Castro, Isabella Vaca, Siobhan Sandoval, Jamie Fontes, Jillian Morris, Jordan Blankenship. (Bottom:) Jordyn Walla, Emma Ocegueda, Precious Cervantes, Vanessa Cabral, Alyssa Ocegueda. (Not pictured) Aaliyah Arias
Congratulations to the FGS 8U All-Star team who came in 2nd place in the 9th Annual Amanda McPherson All-Star Tournament held in Simi Valley this past weekend. They played with a lot of heart and held their 4-0 record before being defeated in the Championship game against West Valley. They competed amongst 16 teams from all across Southern California. They will be playing in the District Tournament this weekend in El Rio. Special thanks to coaches Christy, Danny and Karen for all their hard work and dedication. Good Luck Fillmore! Pictured (Top row) Janeah Castro, Isabella Vaca, Siobhan Sandoval, Jamie Fontes, Jillian Morris, Jordan Blankenship. (Bottom:) Jordyn Walla, Emma Ocegueda, Precious Cervantes, Vanessa Cabral, Alyssa Ocegueda. (Not pictured) Aaliyah Arias
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The Fillmore High School Cross Country Team would like to thank William L. Morris and staff for their continuous support. We appreciate your support. Photo Courtesy Joel Frias.
The Fillmore High School Cross Country Team would like to thank William L. Morris and staff for their continuous support. We appreciate your support. Photo Courtesy Joel Frias.
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On June 9 & 10th at Long Beach University, the 2012 Special Olympics Summer Games were held. (Above) Anna Maldonado, 18 of Fillmore, participated in the event. Maldonado brought home three gold medals (1500 M Run, 800 M Run, and Long Jump). In May, Maldanado participated in three other events, held in La Crecenta, Agoura, and William S. Hart, bringing home three gold medals in each heat.
On June 9 & 10th at Long Beach University, the 2012 Special Olympics Summer Games were held. (Above) Anna Maldonado, 18 of Fillmore, participated in the event. Maldonado brought home three gold medals (1500 M Run, 800 M Run, and Long Jump). In May, Maldanado participated in three other events, held in La Crecenta, Agoura, and William S. Hart, bringing home three gold medals in each heat.
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Brandon and Alex
Brandon and Alex
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Jessica Sears wins gold in the softball throw
Jessica Sears wins gold in the softball throw
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Jamie Rhett
Jamie Rhett
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Jorge Escobedo
Jorge Escobedo
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Jose Hernandez and his peer buddy Jenna Wilber
Jose Hernandez and his peer buddy Jenna Wilber
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Lorena Perez and her peer buddy Ashley Moreno
Lorena Perez and her peer buddy Ashley Moreno
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Marco Cardenas wins silver in the 100 m dash
Marco Cardenas wins silver in the 100 m dash
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Miguel and his peer buddy Samantha
Miguel and his peer buddy Samantha
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Jessica, Paola, and Jamie enjoying their win
Jessica, Paola, and Jamie enjoying their win
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Lorena, Michael and Nathan compete for gold
Lorena, Michael and Nathan compete for gold
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Team Fillmore
Team Fillmore
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Perce's kenpo karate studio recently competed in a Karate tournament in Oxnard. It was held on May 12th at St. Johns Lutheran church. There were over 110 Participates from all over Southern California. Kata divisions results were: 5 years old yellow-orange belt Participation Andru Medina.

6-7 years old green-Jr brown 4th place Justice Rodriguez. 7 years old purple-blue belt 2nd place Ty Morris, 4th place Zack Addison. 8-9 years old purple-blue belts 4th place Emiliano Pinedo. 8-9 years old blue-green belts Participation Austin Gunter.

9-10 years old Jr. Brown 3rd place Blake Boren. 10-12 years old purple-blue belt 2nd place Gabriel Meza, 3rd place Crystal Pinedo. 11-12 years old Jr. Brown belt 2nd place Faith Bustos. 12-14 years old purple-blue belt 1st place Michael Morris, 3rd place Samantha Gunter. 15-19 years old brown-black 3rd place Samuel Hernandez, 4th place Anthony Murray.

Jr. Self-defense 3rd place Emiliano Pinedo. Sparring division results: 8 years old green-brown belt 2nd place Dave Bustos Jr.. 8 years old green-brown belt 3rd place Justice Rodriguez. 9-10 years old Jr. Brown belt 3rd place Blake Boren. 13 years old blue-green belt 2nd place Michael Morris, 3rd place Angel Rodriguez, adult purple-black belt 1st place Javier Rodriguez. All the students did an excellent job. We are proud of your participation and support. For more information on training please contact Perce's Kenpo Karate Studio at 805-524-6870.

 
On May 8, the Fillmore Flashes J.V. Baseball team beat Bishop Diego 22-2. The win put them in first place and the Frontier League Champions. They had an overall league record of 7-2. Pictured above top row: (l-r) Coach Curtis Gardner, Steven Rodriguez, Carson McLain, Joseph Wilmot, Aaron Cronin, Ernesto Guzman, Ismael Avila, Pedro Corona, and Coach Randy Garcia. Bottom row: (l-r) Brendan Gonzalez, Freddie Hurtado, Danny Quintero, Gera Rodriguez, Albert Cantero, Christian Pech, and Michael Luna.
On May 8, the Fillmore Flashes J.V. Baseball team beat Bishop Diego 22-2. The win put them in first place and the Frontier League Champions. They had an overall league record of 7-2. Pictured above top row: (l-r) Coach Curtis Gardner, Steven Rodriguez, Carson McLain, Joseph Wilmot, Aaron Cronin, Ernesto Guzman, Ismael Avila, Pedro Corona, and Coach Randy Garcia. Bottom row: (l-r) Brendan Gonzalez, Freddie Hurtado, Danny Quintero, Gera Rodriguez, Albert Cantero, Christian Pech, and Michael Luna.
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Kiana Hope in the CIF Finals at Mt. San Antonio College.
Kiana Hope in the CIF Finals at Mt. San Antonio College.
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Sets personal record
Kiana Hope sets personal record at CIF Finals.
Kiana Hope sets personal record at CIF Finals.
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This past Saturday, Kiana Hope participate in the CIF Finals at Mt. San Antonio College. She was Fillmore High School's only competitor of the day running in the 3200 meters. Her time was a personal record of 11:32.84.

Fillmore High School has not had an athlete attend a CIF Finals competition in Track and Field since the year 2006. As a sophomore, Kiana placed 4th earning a medal and gaining four spots from her seeding in the race.

Congratulations Kiana on a great season.

 

Together with other participating Regions in AYSO Section 10, AYSO Region 242 – Fillmore, CA

Is pleased to announce its continued participation in the AYSO EXTRA Program in 2012

What
AYSO Extra is a competitive soccer program designed to provide a more challenging level of play for those players who possess the appropriate interest, skills and abilities and to enhance each player's experience and individual growth through the game of soccer while retaining the spirit, organization and six philosophies of AYSO:

1. Everyone Plays (¾ play)
2. Balanced Teams (balanced through competitive bracketing)
3. Open Registration
4. Positive Coaching
5. Good Sportsmanship
6. Player Development

When
U10 Boys and U14 Girls Player tryouts on May 22nd 2012 5:30pm at Two Rivers Park and U16 Boys tryouts on May 24th 2012 5:30 pm at Two Rivers Park.

For more information please check our website http://aysofillmore.clubspaces.com, find us on Facebook AYSO-Fillmore-CA-Region-242, CA or contact:
Arnold Munoz
EXTRA Program Coordinator
munozsoccer@yahoo.com
(805) 906-9642

 
Fillmore's Blake Boren raced motocross at the ventura fairgrounds on may 12th in the 65cc kids 5-12 division. In Blake’s heat, he placed 2nd. In the main race, Blake holeshots and ran 2nd for five laps and got caught up with a lap rider and placed 3rd for the night.
Fillmore's Blake Boren raced motocross at the ventura fairgrounds on may 12th in the 65cc kids 5-12 division. In Blake’s heat, he placed 2nd. In the main race, Blake holeshots and ran 2nd for five laps and got caught up with a lap rider and placed 3rd for the night.
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Kiana Hope
Kiana Hope
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Jordan Mendoza
Jordan Mendoza
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Hugo Valdovinos and Jose Almaguer
Hugo Valdovinos and Jose Almaguer
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Anthony Rivas
Anthony Rivas
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Alexander Frias
Alexander Frias
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This past weekend athletes from the Fillmore Track and Field team participated at the Ventura County Championships at Moorpark High School. The number of athletes that made the qualifying marks and qualified this year tripled from 2011. Starting the meet in the 4 x 800 meter relay was sophomore Frank Chavez, junior Alexander Frias, junior Anthony Rivas and senior Jordan Mendoza. They took 5th place winning each a medal and were acknowledged on the awards podium. The next event for our flashes was the 1600 meters. Sophomore Kiana Hope was the only individual runner to participate in the invitational race. She ran her personal best with a time of 5:21. Juniors Hugo Valdovinos and Jose Almaguer ran an impressive race. Hugo ran a 4:34.7, a personal record and took 3rd place in the race. Senior Juan Mariscal competed in the 400 meters with an impressive showing along with senior Daniel Cruz in the 100 meters. Fillmore had 5 athletes complete in the 3200 meter race. In the rated division freshman Alexis Tafoya ran an impressive time of 12:20 earning a personal record. Sophomore Kiana Hope also ran a personal best in the seeded division with a time of 11:39 earning a 2nd place medal. For the boys 3200 meter, junior Adrian Mejia had a goal to break ten minutes. He ran an impressive 9:56 crushing his personal record by 16 seconds. Teammates Jose Almaguer also ran a personal best of 10:01 and senior Alexander Gonazalez 10:07. The final race was the 4 x400 meters, in the relay were Senior Nathan Garnica, Senior Juan Mariscal, Sophomore Frank Chavez and Junior Hugo Valdovinos. In the field events, senior Ashley Coert competed in the High Jump where she cleared 4 feet 8 inches and earned a 3rd place medal. Senior Alberto Fernandez competed in the Long Jump where he jumped a best mark of the day with 19 feet 5 inches, earning a 4th place medal for the day. The county meet was a huge success with many personal records earned throughout the day. Way to go Flashes!

Our next track meet will be in Fillmore this Thursday where the Fillmore Flashes will compete in the Frontier League Championships. The races and field events will begin at 2:30 pm. Hope to see you there.

 

Fillmore Athletic Booster Club will be holding their election for the 2012-2013 school year on Monday, May 7th, 6:30 p.m. in the Student Store at Fillmore High School. We encourage any parent or community member who would like to participate in supporting our high school's athletic program to get involved! We would love to see new faces and new ideas! With the current budget issues our schools are facing it is more important than ever to help fund our school's program. Fillmore Athletic Booster Club's sole purpose is to support the athletic programs offered at Fillmore High School. If you have any questions please contact our President, Max Pina, at (951) 377-9332.

 
Fillmore Flashes held a meet against Santa Paula last Wednesday. The JV boys and girls won, Varsity boys and girls lost against Santa Paula. The JV girls are undefeated in Frontier League, the boys are 6-1. Varsity girls, Jennifer Martin came in 1st in the 100 yard Butterfly with a time of Fillmore Flashes Swimming Highlights 1:23.81, Destiny Toyooka took 1st place in the 100 yard Backstroke with a time of 1:18.90, Cassandra Galvez took 1st in the 100 yard Freestyle with a time of 1:09.85, Taylor Dezavala took 1st place in the 100 yard Breaststroke with a time of 1:29.57, and Gabby Melendez came in 1st in the 200 yard Freestyle with a time of 2:33.95. In Boys Varsity Nick Johnson came in 1st with a time of 7:00.12 in the 500 yard Freestyle.
Fillmore Flashes held a meet against Santa Paula last Wednesday. The JV boys and girls won, Varsity boys and girls lost against Santa Paula. The JV girls are undefeated in Frontier League, the boys are 6-1. Varsity girls, Jennifer Martin came in 1st in the 100 yard Butterfly with a time of Fillmore Flashes Swimming Highlights 1:23.81, Destiny Toyooka took 1st place in the 100 yard Backstroke with a time of 1:18.90, Cassandra Galvez took 1st in the 100 yard Freestyle with a time of 1:09.85, Taylor Dezavala took 1st place in the 100 yard Breaststroke with a time of 1:29.57, and Gabby Melendez came in 1st in the 200 yard Freestyle with a time of 2:33.95. In Boys Varsity Nick Johnson came in 1st with a time of 7:00.12 in the 500 yard Freestyle.
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Fillmore High School Medalists at the 93rd Russell Cup Invitational (L to R): Frank Chavez took 3rd place medal in the 400m  with a tim e of 55.28 seconds, Joey Orozco won the Triple Jump with a jump of 15 feet 23.75 inches crushing his personal record by over a foot, Kiana Hope won three medals on Saturday which included 4th place in the 800m (2:31.07), 4th place in the 1600m (5:39.62) and 3rd place in teh 3200 m (12:04.73), Daniel Flores brought home two medals: 2nd place in the 110m Hurdles, 18.64 and 2nd place in the  300m Hurdles, 43.34 and Jessica Mayhew took 4th Place in the discus- 83 feet 4 inches, a personal best. Way to go Flashes!
Fillmore High School Medalists at the 93rd Russell Cup Invitational (L to R): Frank Chavez took 3rd place medal in the 400m with a tim e of 55.28 seconds, Joey Orozco won the Triple Jump with a jump of 15 feet 23.75 inches crushing his personal record by over a foot, Kiana Hope won three medals on Saturday which included 4th place in the 800m (2:31.07), 4th place in the 1600m (5:39.62) and 3rd place in teh 3200 m (12:04.73), Daniel Flores brought home two medals: 2nd place in the 110m Hurdles, 18.64 and 2nd place in the 300m Hurdles, 43.34 and Jessica Mayhew took 4th Place in the discus- 83 feet 4 inches, a personal best. Way to go Flashes!
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This past Saturday, the Fillmore Flashes Track and Field Team attended the 93rd Annual Russell Cup Track and Field Invitational. This year the team took 38 athletes to participate in the invitational. On this day Fillmore high school brought home eight medals and eighteen athletes earning personal records.

In the frosh-soph girls division, sophomore Kiana Hope, came home with three medals in the distance events placing 4th in the 800 meters with a time of 2:31.07, 4th in the 1600 meters with at time of 5:39.62 and 3rd in the 3200 meter with a time of 12:04.73. Sophomore Jessica Mayhew a first time track and field participate this year brought home a medal as well as a personal record throwing the discus 83 feet 4 inches. Sophomore Jordyn Vassaur ran her personal best in the 800 meters with a time of 2:42.01, and freshman Alexis Tafoya brought down her time in the 3200 meters running 12:35.10.

In the frosh-soph boys division freshman, Daniel Flores jumped his way around the track where he earned two second place medals in the 110 meter hurdles with a time of 18.64 seconds and 300 meter hurdles om 46.34 seconds setting two personal records. In the jumps, sophomore Joseph Orozco brought home a first place finish in the triple jump with an outstanding mark of 38 feet 9 ¼ inches, shattering his personal record by over a foot. Teammate and freshman Demetriouz Lozano set a personal record as well in the triple jump with a mark of 35 feet. Our sprinters and mid-distance runners for the day were sophomore Frank Chavez who ran the 400 meters in 55.28 seconds, bringing home a 2nd place finish in the event and teammate Damien Gonzalez with a personal record in the 800 meters with a time of 2:17.60. The distance runners sophomore Nico Frias and freshman Francisco Erazo competed in both the 1600 meters and the 3200 meters. Both athletes set personal records in the 3200 meters, Nico with at time of 10:45.60 and Francisco 11:17.57.

Our Varsity also had some impressive personal records for the day. Girls Varsity athlete, junior Maria Villalobos set two personal records in the 800 meters running 2:36.83 and in the 1600 meters running 5:55.02. For the boys in the throws, a new athlete as a senior, Tony Sanchez set a personal mark in the shot put throwing 37 feet, 3 ¾ inches. In the hurdles, junior Tyler Hackwork ran an impressive 18.16 seconds in the 110 m high hurdles. In the distance group, juniors Hugo Valdovinos ran the 800 meters setting a personal record of 2:07.57, junior Adrian Mejia ran the 3200 meters in a time of 10:12.41 followed by teammate junior Jose Almaguer in the 3200 meters with a time of 10:14.62.

The participation of Fillmore athletes more than doubled at the Russell Cup Invitational this year. We are very proud of all the athletes that competed. This season has been filled with many personal records being broken over and over. We credit these accomplishments to our athletes and would like to acknowledge their continuous efforts.

We would like to invite the Fillmore community to our next home meet on Thursday April 19th.This will be our second Frontier League meet where we will compete against Malibu, Santa Paula, Santa Clara, Villanova, and Grace Bretheren. Hope to see you there!

 
Daniel Flores (left) and Jaime Valdovinos compete in the 300m Hurdles against Pacifica. Flores and Valdovinos
will both compete at the Russell Cup this Saturday, April 14.
Daniel Flores (left) and Jaime Valdovinos compete in the 300m Hurdles against Pacifica. Flores and Valdovinos will both compete at the Russell Cup this Saturday, April 14.
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Alexander Banales competes in the Triple Jump, Banales will be competeing in the Tripble Jump and High Jump at the Russell Cup Invitational this Saturday.
Alexander Banales competes in the Triple Jump, Banales will be competeing in the Tripble Jump and High Jump at the Russell Cup Invitational this Saturday.
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Jose Sanchez competed against Pacifica in the Shot put. Jose is a first year track athlete and his personal best is 37 feet 10 inches.
Jose Sanchez competed against Pacifica in the Shot put. Jose is a first year track athlete and his personal best is 37 feet 10 inches.
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Karinna Carrillo #7, attempts to turn a double play against Oak Park. Outfield is Marissa Vasquez. Fillmore had several hits to the outfield including one by Mary Ortiz that bounced on top of the fence in center field but fell inside the fence. Fillmore lost 9-1.
Karinna Carrillo #7, attempts to turn a double play against Oak Park. Outfield is Marissa Vasquez. Fillmore had several hits to the outfield including one by Mary Ortiz that bounced on top of the fence in center field but fell inside the fence. Fillmore lost 9-1.
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On the mound is #5 Miranda Faulkner and playing first base is #11 Mary Ortiz.
On the mound is #5 Miranda Faulkner and playing first base is #11 Mary Ortiz.
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Perce’s kenpo karate studios Blake Boren competes in Bob White Invitationals in Huntington beach. All proceeds went to benefit the Royal Family Kids Camp. Results: 9 years old brown and black belt kata, 3rd place and 9 years old brown and black belt sparring, 2nd place.
Perce’s kenpo karate studios Blake Boren competes in Bob White Invitationals in Huntington beach. All proceeds went to benefit the Royal Family Kids Camp. Results: 9 years old brown and black belt kata, 3rd place and 9 years old brown and black belt sparring, 2nd place.
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Micah Chumley (left) and Saul Lopez (not pictured) contributed 5 kills and 12 assists against Oaks Christian. Also pictured is Jorge Ruiz.
Micah Chumley (left) and Saul Lopez (not pictured) contributed 5 kills and 12 assists against Oaks Christian. Also pictured is Jorge Ruiz.
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On Thursday, March 29, the FIllmore Flashes played against Oaks Christian. Fillmore lost in 3 games but played well against the agressive team. (Above) James Farr #5 hits the ball over the net.
On Thursday, March 29, the FIllmore Flashes played against Oaks Christian. Fillmore lost in 3 games but played well against the agressive team. (Above) James Farr #5 hits the ball over the net.
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Registration will be held at the Boys and Girls Club 565 First St. on Saturdays April 7 & 28 and Wednesday May 30th. Volunteers are needed for coaches, referees and board members. For more information please contact Leidy Topete 368-6445, Darren Rosten 551-4239, Greg Aguilar 217-8364, Homer Martinez 421-3361, Kathy Rosten 551-4238.

 
Boys 3200 meters lead by Jose Almaguer followed by teammates Anthony Rivas, Alexander Gonazalez and Alexander Frias.
Boys 3200 meters lead by Jose Almaguer followed by teammates Anthony Rivas, Alexander Gonazalez and Alexander Frias.
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Hayden Wright
Hayden Wright
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Ashley Coert
Ashley Coert
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Last Thursday the Fillmore High School Track and Field team traveled to Malibu High School to compete in their first league meet. After last year’s sweep in the Frontier League, the team was anxious and excited go after another league title. This year brought a lot of new faces into the track season. Most of our team is composed of underclassmen which is promising for the future. Those that are upperclassmen have helped to bring the new athletes into the track culture and have been instrumental in helping to get the athletes prepared for the season. The training has been a holistic effort that undoubtedly is the result of the athletes putting in the time and effort.

The Junior Varsity Girls level was one of our biggest challenges to fill in numbers. Currently team is composed of seventy percent of boys and only thirty percent girls, so balancing between the Varsity and JV levels has been a task. In the distance category, freshman Alexis Tafoya finished first in both the 1600m with a time of 5:51.35 and 3200m with a time of 12:40, where she ran her personal best in both races. Freshman Sofia Gallardo placed second in both races with personal bests. In the 1600m her time was 6:31.38 and 14:15.69 in the 3200m. In the throws both sophomores Jessica Mayhew and Gissel Uriostegui placed first for the flashes. Jessica Mayhew won the girls shot put with a mark of 24 feet 2 ½ inches and took second in the discus throwing 60 feet, 11 ½ inches. Gissel Uriostegui won the discus throwing 67 feet, 7 ¾ inches and a third place finish in shot put, throwing 21 feet, four inches. In the hurdles, sophomore Jaylene Ortiz won the 100 meter hurdles with at time of 20.12 seconds her teammate sophomore Vanessa Perez in second place with a time of 24.02.

The boys’ frosh-soph division is the largest group of athletes. Winning the high jump was sophomore Alexander Banales with a jump of 5 feet four inches. In the long and triple jump returning sophomore Joseph Orozco won the triple jumping 37 feet 3 ½ inches and taking second in the long jump with 17 feet 1 inch. Sophomore Frank Chavez won both the 200 meters in 24.92 seconds and the 400 meters in 54.93 seconds in the sprints. The distance performances were outstanding for the division placing first through eighth in the 1600 meters lead by sophomore Nico Frias with a time of 5:04.15. In the 3200m, freshman Francisco Erazo placed first with at time of 11:21.30. In the hurdles division, Daniel Flores took first place in both the 110 meter and 300 meter hurdles. Rounding out the boys frosh soph division, in the thows, Ricardo Gutierrez took first in the shot put with a throw of 37 feet 11 inches and Adael Mejia won the discus throwing 97 feet 6 inches.

The Girls Varsity division was lead by senior Ashley Coert who scored fifteen points for the lady flashes winning the triple jump, high jump and 100 meter hurdles. In the distance category, sophomore Kiana Hope won both the 1600 meter with a time of 5:28.54 and the 3200 meters with a time of 12:20.65. Junior, Andrea Robles took first in the 400 meters with a time of 68.3 seconds. In the throws, senior Alejandra Amezcua took second in the frontier league meet with a throw of 80 feet 8 inches, while teammate, senior Nenetzin Herrera had a throw of 24 feet 4 ½ inches finishing third place for the lady flashes. Rounding out the meet, the girls’ 4x400 meter race which included Kiana Hope, Andrea Robles, Ana Morino and Banely Arevalo took first in an impressive battle in the end against school rival Santa Paula.

The Varsity Boys division was lead by the distance group in the 1600 meter and 3200 meter races. In the boys 1600 meter Fillmore took the first seven spots lead by junior Hugo Valdovinos with a time of 4:43.15 and in the 3200 meters, junior Jose Almaguer finish first with a time of 10:19.74, a personal best set by him and his teammates that placed in the next five spots. In the sprints, senior Daniel Cruz flashed out in the 100 meters winning the race with a time of 11.62 seconds. In the relays, the boys 4x100 meters took first which included seniors Daniel Cruz, Juan Mariscal, Adrian Gutierrez and Alberto Fernandez.

To sum up the first Frontier meet, the athletes looked amazing. The whole team worked as a team, they were prepared for their races and they all had great attitudes during competition. Congrats Fillmore High Track and Field in a successful meet.

 
The FHS Junior and Senior powderpuff teams played Friday, March 2 at the football stadium. The game was enjoyed by about 500 fans. The seniors were the first to score in the first half and held the Juniors until the very end, winning 6-0.
The FHS Junior and Senior powderpuff teams played Friday, March 2 at the football stadium. The game was enjoyed by about 500 fans. The seniors were the first to score in the first half and held the Juniors until the very end, winning 6-0.
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The Fillmore Little League would like to invite you to opening day ceremonies. Please join us for a fun day of baseball and a celebration of our nations greatest past-time.

When: Saturday, March 17, 2012
Time: 10am to 1pm
Where: Fillmore Little League Field - 2nd Street and Shiells Dr.

More information: http://www.fillmorelittleleague.com/

 
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