Below are the Fillmore Raiders game results for this week of Saturday, September 8th: Raiders Mighty Mites Black (home game) vs. Mighty Mite Camarillo 20-6, Raiders. Raiders Mighty Mites Silver (home game) vs. Mighty Mite Grace Brethren Red 38-20, Grace Brethren. Raiders Bantams (home game) vs. Bantam SC Wildcats 0-6, Wildcats. Raiders Sophomores (home game) vs. Oxnard 14-0, Oxnard. Raiders Juniors (away game) vs. Saugus 36-22, Saugus. Raiders Seniors (away game) vs. Saugus 40-20, Saugus. Next weeks games are set for September 15th: Raiders Might Mites Black vs. Mighty Mite Valley Thunder 8am at Fillmore High School. Raiders Mighty Mites Silver vs. Mighty Mites Saugus Silver 10am at Saugus High School. Raiders Bantams vs. SC Grizzles 10am at Golden Valley High School. Raiders Sophomores vs. Camarillo 12pm at Rio Mesa High School. Raiders Juniors vs. Carpinteria 12pm at Carpinteria High School. Raiders Seniors vs. Newbury Park 2pm at Newbury Park High School. Photos by Crystal Gurrola.
Below are the Fillmore Raiders game results for this week of Saturday, September 8th: Raiders Mighty Mites Black (home game) vs. Mighty Mite Camarillo 20-6, Raiders. Raiders Mighty Mites Silver (home game) vs. Mighty Mite Grace Brethren Red 38-20, Grace Brethren. Raiders Bantams (home game) vs. Bantam SC Wildcats 0-6, Wildcats. Raiders Sophomores (home game) vs. Oxnard 14-0, Oxnard. Raiders Juniors (away game) vs. Saugus 36-22, Saugus. Raiders Seniors (away game) vs. Saugus 40-20, Saugus. Next weeks games are set for September 15th: Raiders Might Mites Black vs. Mighty Mite Valley Thunder 8am at Fillmore High School. Raiders Mighty Mites Silver vs. Mighty Mites Saugus Silver 10am at Saugus High School. Raiders Bantams vs. SC Grizzles 10am at Golden Valley High School. Raiders Sophomores vs. Camarillo 12pm at Rio Mesa High School. Raiders Juniors vs. Carpinteria 12pm at Carpinteria High School. Raiders Seniors vs. Newbury Park 2pm at Newbury Park High School. Photos by Crystal Gurrola.
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Staff signups for Fillmore Youth Basketball are starting next week 9/17-9/29. We are looking for volunteer coaches, assistant coaches & looking to hire referees, scorekeepers and gym managers. September 17th, 18th & 20th are dates that signups will be held until 6pm, Saturday September 29th is the only weekend date to sign up between the hours of 10am-12 noon; all other dates Sept. 24th-28th, sign ups are taking place within regular business hours M-Th 8am-4pm. If you are interested in signing up to volunteer/apply, please contact our Parks and Recreation department! 805-524-1500 ext. 713 OR email recreation@ci.fillmore.ca.us

 


 
Below are the SoCal Fillmore Bears game results for this week of Saturday, September 8th: SoCal Fillmore Bears Gremlins (away game) vs. Oxnard Panthers 14-12, Bears. SoCal Fillmore Bears Pee Wee (away game) vs. Oxnard Panthers 36-0, Bears. SoCal Fillmore Bears Bantams (away game) vs. Thousand Oaks Titans 34-7, Titans. SoCal Fillmore Bears Juniors (away game) vs. Oxnard Panthers 26-20, Bears. SoCal Fillmore Bears Seniors (away game) vs. Thousand Oaks Titans 42-0, Titans. Next weeks games are set for September 15th: SoCal Fillmore Bears Gremlins vs. West Lancaster Eagles 8am at Fillmore High School. SoCal Fillmore Bears Pee Wee vs. North Oxnard Warriors Red 10:15am at Fillmore High School. SoCal Fillmore Bears Bantams vs. Moorpark Musketeers Green 12:30pm at Fillmore High School. SoCal Fillmore Bears Juniors vs. Palmdale Falcons 2:45pm at Fillmore High School. SoCal Fillmore Bears Seniors vs. Santa Barbara Sharks 5pm at Fillmore High School.
Below are the SoCal Fillmore Bears game results for this week of Saturday, September 8th: SoCal Fillmore Bears Gremlins (away game) vs. Oxnard Panthers 14-12, Bears. SoCal Fillmore Bears Pee Wee (away game) vs. Oxnard Panthers 36-0, Bears. SoCal Fillmore Bears Bantams (away game) vs. Thousand Oaks Titans 34-7, Titans. SoCal Fillmore Bears Juniors (away game) vs. Oxnard Panthers 26-20, Bears. SoCal Fillmore Bears Seniors (away game) vs. Thousand Oaks Titans 42-0, Titans. Next weeks games are set for September 15th: SoCal Fillmore Bears Gremlins vs. West Lancaster Eagles 8am at Fillmore High School. SoCal Fillmore Bears Pee Wee vs. North Oxnard Warriors Red 10:15am at Fillmore High School. SoCal Fillmore Bears Bantams vs. Moorpark Musketeers Green 12:30pm at Fillmore High School. SoCal Fillmore Bears Juniors vs. Palmdale Falcons 2:45pm at Fillmore High School. SoCal Fillmore Bears Seniors vs. Santa Barbara Sharks 5pm at Fillmore High School.
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Photos by Crystal Gurrola
Photos by Crystal Gurrola
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[Submitted by Head Coach Sean Miller.] The Fillmore Flashes football team improved their record to 2-1 last Friday night with a win over Trinity Classical Academy 29-20. The Flashes' defense played well and had 6 total sacks, including 3 from senior defensive linemen Marshall Martinez. Sophomore defensive back, Andy Becerra, also played well and had his first varsity interception. On offense, Bryce Nunez and the offensive line lead the way as Nunez ran for 206 yards and 2 touchdowns. Next week the Flashes travel to play La Canada at 7pm on Friday, September 7th. All Fillmore Flashes Football & Cheer photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
[Submitted by Head Coach Sean Miller.] The Fillmore Flashes football team improved their record to 2-1 last Friday night with a win over Trinity Classical Academy 29-20. The Flashes' defense played well and had 6 total sacks, including 3 from senior defensive linemen Marshall Martinez. Sophomore defensive back, Andy Becerra, also played well and had his first varsity interception. On offense, Bryce Nunez and the offensive line lead the way as Nunez ran for 206 yards and 2 touchdowns. Next week the Flashes travel to play La Canada at 7pm on Friday, September 7th. All Fillmore Flashes Football & Cheer photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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FHS Senior Cecilia Cisneros.
FHS Senior Cecilia Cisneros.
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FHS Senior Daniel Cruz.
FHS Senior Daniel Cruz.
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FHS Junior Eva Vieyra.
FHS Junior Eva Vieyra.
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FHS Sophomore Erick Gutierrez.
FHS Sophomore Erick Gutierrez.
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On Saturday, the boys’ and girls’ cross country teams traveled to the University of Santa Barbara to compete in the UCSB Gaucho Invitational. Athletes competed in either a short race of 1.43 miles or a longer 3 mile race for the more seasoned competitor.

The first race of the day featured 4 Fillmore girls running the longer course. The Flashes were led by Cecilia Cisneros 69th in 23:30.50, followed by Lorena Izarraras 70th in 23:30.80, Emma Orozco 98th in 24:56.30, and Eva Vieyra 119th in 26:56.30.

The second race of the day for the Flashes was run over the long course. Top runner in this race was Erick Gutierrez who ran to a 37th place finish and was the only male athlete to medal over the 3 mile course. He posted a good early season time of 17:45.68. He was followed by Matthew Munoz 61st in 18:14.27, Alex Recancoj 65tth in 18:20.15, Jesus Cadena 70th, in 18:42.49, Andrew Otineru 108th in 20:13.35, Jorge Acevedo 112th 20:29.71, Daniel Cruz 119th in 21:02.39, and Luis Leon 112th in 21:12.02.

The next group of Fillmore athletes ran over the short course and were led by second year runner Ebony Venegas. Ebony finished in 6th place in 9:48.64 and was the only medal winner among the Fillmore girl competitors today. She was followed by Angelica Herrera 45th in 11:20.52, Maribel Mejia 76th in 12:23.67, Emma Ortiz 80th in 12:28.77, Jasmine Vega 82nd in 12:30.57, Isabel De La Cruz 90th in 12:50.97, Isabella De La Cruz 91st in 12:57.22, and Daisy Guerrero 102nd in 13:59.46.

The final race of the day was also run over the short course. Leading the Fillmore Harriers was newcomer James Flores who placed 14th in a time of 9:03.63. James was also a medal winner for the Flashes. He was followed by Andres Gonzalez 25th in 9:21.72, Anthony Gonzalez 47th in 9:48.65, Eneyin Ortega 68th in 10:11.25, and Anthony Estrella 91st in 11:29.61.

The team had a great start to the season. On the day, the Flashes brought home 3 individual medals. Team scores were not posted. The Flashes will next compete in the Cool Breeze Invitational at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on 9/7 at 4 P.M. Hope to see you there.

 


 

[Submitted By Head Coach Dave Mac Donald.]

Fillmore High Girls golf narrowly defeated rival Santa Paula High school 274 to 279 last Thursday afternoon at Mountain View golf course in Santa Paula. The course conditions were rough as the fairways were pretty dry but the Lady Flashes got their games adjusted as the match went on and were able to secure a victory. Top scorer for FHS was Sami Ibarra with a 45.
The Lady Flashes have a busy and tough week ahead with matches against perennial champs La Reina on Tuesday at Elkins and over at Buena Ventura Thursday against last years league champs Foothill Tech.

 


 
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Saturday, September 1st the SoCal Fillmore Bears hosted their 2nd week of games for the 2018 Season. The game results for this past Saturday are as follows: SoCal Fillmore Bears Gremlins vs. Ventura Packers 30-12, Bears. SoCal Fillmore Bears Pee Wee vs. Santa Barbara Sharks 30-0, Bears. SoCal Fillmore Bears Bantams vs. Burbank Vikings Green 37-18, Bears. SoCal Fillmore Bears Juniors vs. Ventura Packers 52-20, Packers. SoCal Fillmore Bears Seniors vs. Ventura Packers 28-0, Bears. All So Cal Fillmore Bears Youth Football & Cheer Photos by Crystal Gurrola.
Saturday, September 1st the SoCal Fillmore Bears hosted their 2nd week of games for the 2018 Season. The game results for this past Saturday are as follows: SoCal Fillmore Bears Gremlins vs. Ventura Packers 30-12, Bears. SoCal Fillmore Bears Pee Wee vs. Santa Barbara Sharks 30-0, Bears. SoCal Fillmore Bears Bantams vs. Burbank Vikings Green 37-18, Bears. SoCal Fillmore Bears Juniors vs. Ventura Packers 52-20, Packers. SoCal Fillmore Bears Seniors vs. Ventura Packers 28-0, Bears. All So Cal Fillmore Bears Youth Football & Cheer Photos by Crystal Gurrola.
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All So Cal Fillmore Bears Youth Football & Cheer Photos by Crystal Gurrola,
All So Cal Fillmore Bears Youth Football & Cheer Photos by Crystal Gurrola,
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Submitted by Head Coach Sean Miller. Last Friday night, the Fillmore Flashes lost to the Brentwood School Eagles 7-34 in their second game of the season to even out their record at 1-1. The Flashes struggled with mental mistakes all game but were led by strong performances by David Rivas and Juan Gallegos on the offensive line. Junior Josh Lagunas also made some key plays on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. Sophomore defensive linemen Nick Jimenez turned in another strong performance as Brentwood struggled to move the ball on the ground. Junior running back Bryce Nunez finished with 73 yards rushing. Next game up for the Flashes is HOME vs. Trinity Classical this Friday, 8/31, at 7:30pm. All Fillmore Flashes Football & Cheer photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
Submitted by Head Coach Sean Miller. Last Friday night, the Fillmore Flashes lost to the Brentwood School Eagles 7-34 in their second game of the season to even out their record at 1-1. The Flashes struggled with mental mistakes all game but were led by strong performances by David Rivas and Juan Gallegos on the offensive line. Junior Josh Lagunas also made some key plays on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. Sophomore defensive linemen Nick Jimenez turned in another strong performance as Brentwood struggled to move the ball on the ground. Junior running back Bryce Nunez finished with 73 yards rushing. Next game up for the Flashes is HOME vs. Trinity Classical this Friday, 8/31, at 7:30pm. All Fillmore Flashes Football & Cheer photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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All Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
All Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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Pictured above is the FHS Girls Tennis Team after their first match of the 2018 season away at Province High School. Photo courtesy Head Coach Lolita Wyche-Bowman.
Pictured above is the FHS Girls Tennis Team after their first match of the 2018 season away at Province High School. Photo courtesy Head Coach Lolita Wyche-Bowman.
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Submitted by Head Coach Lolita Wyche-Bowman

I am proud to announce that Fillmore High School girl’s tennis played their first match on August 28th against Providence High School in Santa Barbara. The score was Fillmore 7, Providence 11. But, don’t let this score fool you. The girl’s tennis team is just getting better and better as the seasons and years go by. I can tell you that the girls had smiles on their faces when they played against Providence as all of their hard work of running sprints, completing agility drills and learning about the strategies of tennis paid off. They scored points by changing up the pace with a lob, and stayed close to the net for better volleying results. So, we gave Providence High School a run for their money as we were fit and ready to play. Knowing that the girls are having a good time on the court is priceless to me as a coach. Also, I have to mention our number one doubles team played by Maria Gonzales and Amairani Aragon; this doubles team scored three points for Fillmore as they won all three of their matches. Our number two doubles team with second year veteran Jessica Flores and newcomer Melissa Higuera scored two points for the team winning two out of a possible three points for Fillmore. Our matches against Santa Paula High School are as follows: 9-27-2018 @ 3:00 p.m. and 10-16-2018 @ 3:00 p.m. As with the previous years, all of our matches are played “away” from home as we do not have four tennis courts to hold any home matches. Hopefully Fillmore High School will implement tennis courts into their future campus plans so the Fillmore parents can watch their girls on the court. Lastly, Please come to see the girls play as community support is well appreciated. It is only a ten minute drive to Santa Paula. So pencil us in on your calendar, hop in your car and cheer for the team! Go Flashes!

 

Submitted by Head Coach Tanya Gonzales

The Fillmore Flashes Girls volleyball team there volleyball matches this week:
First match was 8/21/18 both JV and Varsity traveled to Vasquez. JV lost 22-25, 23-25
Varsity won 25-8, 26-25, and 25-21. Highlights: Olivia Palazuelos had 5 kills and 3 aces,
Tori Gonzales had 7 kills and 5 serving aces, Lilly Diaz had 14 assists.

Their second match was held 8/22/18 Pacifica at Home Frosh lost 12-25, 19-25, JV won 26-24, 21-25, and 15-9, Varsity won 25-15, 25-19, 14-25, and 25-15. Highlights: Lilly Diaz had 11 assists, 7 digs, 2 serving aces, Emma Ocegueda had 13 digs, 2 aces, Jessica Velasquez had 8 digs and 3 aces.

The third match was on 8/23/18 at Channel Islands. Frosh won 15-25, 25-19, and 15-13
JV lost 25-19, 15-25, and 12-15, Varsity lost 22-25, 25-18, 21-25, and 13-25. Highlights: Jessica Velasquez had 8 digs, 4 kills, and 5 aces, Ariana Ocegueda had 12 digs, Elisa Ramirez had 7 kills.

The Flashes will next home game will 8/30/18 against Santa Clara Frosh 4pm, JV 5pm & Varsity 6pm in the Fillmore High School gym.

 

Submitted by Head Coach Dave MacDonald

Fillmore High School girl’s golf defeated Santa Paula last Thursday, August 23rd at Elkins 284 to 304. Fillmore was led by the Ibarra sisters who were the two top scorers in the match for both teams. Fillmore’s record is 1-0. They will travel to the Mountain View Golf Course in Santa Paula on Thursday, August 30th to compete against Santa Paula.

 
(above) Fillmore Flashes #9 Ricky Calderon as he leaves the Patriots in dust as he carries the up the field in Friday night’s game. Submitted by Head Coach Sean Miller: Last Friday night, the Fillmore Flashes beat the Viewpoint Patriots 49-22 in their opening game of the season to start out the year with a record of 1-0. Senior quarterback Jake Saviers threw for 283 yards and 3 touchdowns while completing 15 of 17 passes. He also ran in another 2 touchdowns. Junior Bryce Nunez also had a strong game, rushing for 189 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Flashes defense was led by junior middle linebacker David Tovar and featured strong performances from senior Trevor Scott and sophomores Ty Wyand and Nick Jimenez who had 2 sacks. Next game up for the Flashes is away vs. Brentwood this Friday, 8/24, at 7pm. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
(above) Fillmore Flashes #9 Ricky Calderon as he leaves the Patriots in dust as he carries the up the field in Friday night’s game. Submitted by Head Coach Sean Miller: Last Friday night, the Fillmore Flashes beat the Viewpoint Patriots 49-22 in their opening game of the season to start out the year with a record of 1-0. Senior quarterback Jake Saviers threw for 283 yards and 3 touchdowns while completing 15 of 17 passes. He also ran in another 2 touchdowns. Junior Bryce Nunez also had a strong game, rushing for 189 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Flashes defense was led by junior middle linebacker David Tovar and featured strong performances from senior Trevor Scott and sophomores Ty Wyand and Nick Jimenez who had 2 sacks. Next game up for the Flashes is away vs. Brentwood this Friday, 8/24, at 7pm. Photos courtesy Crystal Gurrola.
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Submitted by Head Coach Tanya Gonzales

The Fillmore Flashes girls’ volleyball team hosted their first preseason match on Thursday, August 16th against Villanova. Fillmore’s JV won in 2 sets, 25-15 and 25-17. Varsity lost in 3, 11-25, 23-25, and 12-25. This year’s team consists of 2 seniors, 7 juniors, and 3 sophomores. The girls have been working hard all summer to come together as a new team. The Flashes next home game will be Thursday, August 23rd at Channel Islands High School. Frosh 4:00pm, JV 5:00pm and Varsity 6:00pm.

 
CA United 2001 Boys Soccer Champs. Back row 1-r: Luis Sosa, Fernando Magaña, Julio Suarez, Serjio Ramos, Alejandro Rodeiguez, Yobany Figueroa, Luis Aguilar, Cesar Lopez, Octavio Rodriguez, Coach Ramona Sanchez. Front row l-r: Eric Torres, Eduardo Magaña, Marco Reyes, Alejandro Ortiz, Erick Lopez, Juan Maciel, Ronaldo Cabrera, Jonathan Laureano. Players missing Carlos Vargas, Jonathan Perez, Alberto Ceja. Photo courtesy Esmeralda Reyes.
CA United 2001 Boys Soccer Champs. Back row 1-r: Luis Sosa, Fernando Magaña, Julio Suarez, Serjio Ramos, Alejandro Rodeiguez, Yobany Figueroa, Luis Aguilar, Cesar Lopez, Octavio Rodriguez, Coach Ramona Sanchez. Front row l-r: Eric Torres, Eduardo Magaña, Marco Reyes, Alejandro Ortiz, Erick Lopez, Juan Maciel, Ronaldo Cabrera, Jonathan Laureano. Players missing Carlos Vargas, Jonathan Perez, Alberto Ceja. Photo courtesy Esmeralda Reyes.
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Submitted by Ramona Sanchez

California United 2001 Boys Soccer team proved on August 11th & 12th, at the Anaheim Showcase Tournament by competing against great Soccer Academy's and going undefeated to the finals. They ended in a draw against Asernal Soccer Academy in the final 1-1, putting both teams on penalties shootout. California united boys won in penalty shootout 5-4, giving California United the Championship.

Stats for the Anaheim Showcase Tournament held August 11th & 12th:
Saturday, August 11th -First game: California United 1-1 against Vista Storm; Goals: Ronaldo Cabrera; Assist:Eric Torres. Second game: California United 3-1 against DCSC Atlas; Goals: Marco Reyes, Serjio Ramos, Jonathan Laureano; Assist:Julio Suarez, Eric Torres, Yobany Figueroa.

Sunday August 12, 2018 - Third game: California United 2-0 against Pumas Academy; Goals scored: Yobany Figueroa, Jonathan Laureano; Assist:Juan Maciel; Final California United 1-1 Arsenal; Goal: Yobany Figueroa; Penalties shootout; Goals: Serjio Ramos, Yobany Figueroa, Ronaldo Cabreram Juan Maciel, Luis Aguilar, Erick Lopez; Goalkeeper blocked 1of 5 penalty shots.

 
Pictured above is the California United U-12 Girls Team which has advanced to the Championship in the VC Fusion Summer Invitational Tournament. (l-r) Lexi Pina, Athena Dunbar, Kim Manriquez, Gabriela Martinez, Kari Terrazas, Marlene Gonzalez, Livi Cabral, Mikayla McKenzie, Tori Pina, Isabel Hernandez, Naomi Tobias, Ashley Hernandez, Fatima Alvarado, Jadon Torres and Anahi Aranda (not pictured, Miley Tello). Coaches Junior Lomeli, Cipriano Martinez and Tony Hernandez. Photo courtesy Tony Hernandez.
Pictured above is the California United U-12 Girls Team which has advanced to the Championship in the VC Fusion Summer Invitational Tournament. (l-r) Lexi Pina, Athena Dunbar, Kim Manriquez, Gabriela Martinez, Kari Terrazas, Marlene Gonzalez, Livi Cabral, Mikayla McKenzie, Tori Pina, Isabel Hernandez, Naomi Tobias, Ashley Hernandez, Fatima Alvarado, Jadon Torres and Anahi Aranda (not pictured, Miley Tello). Coaches Junior Lomeli, Cipriano Martinez and Tony Hernandez. Photo courtesy Tony Hernandez.
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Submitted by Tony Hernandez

California United was in tournament mode as three of its club teams participated over the August 11th weekend. The girls U-12 and U-10 teams saw action locally at the VC Fusion Summer Invitational Tournament held in Ventura while the U-17 boys played at the Anaheim FC Summer Showcase where the competition was tough.

The U-17 boys had a strong showing on their first day coming out on top of their bracket, first with a 1-1 tie against Vista Storm with a goal from Rolando Cabrera off the assist from Erick and then a big 3-1 victory over DCSC Atlas. The goal scorers for the second game were Marcos Reyes, Sergio Ramos and Jonathan Laureano along with assists for Julio Suarez, Eric Torres and Yobani Fiqueroa. In the semi-final match the following day, California United looked strong the entire game and came out with a 2-0 win over Pumas Academy with Yobani Figueroa and Jonathan Laureano each scoring one goal and Juan Maciel with an assist. California United would face Arsenal FC in the Championship and wound up coming out on top to take 1st place in the tournament.

The U-12 girls also had a great outing at this tournament and definitely made a splash in the Ventura County soccer scene. They were the only team in their division to win both games on Saturday and came out ready to play on Sunday as well. The defense looked strong the entire weekend recording 2 shutouts and making it tough on the opposing teams to get much of anything going. The end result was a 4-0-0 record for the weekend and title of Tournament Champions. The final was a great game against Channel Islands FC that had both teams trading blows, but the defense held and California United came away with the 1-0 victory off the goal of Marlene Gonzalez. Many of the girls played every minute of every game and showed real determination in the final game.

The U-10 girls had a challenging weekend in the VC Fusion Summer Invitational Tournament as they stepped up to play against club teams that have been around much longer and showed tremendous heart. The coaches were so proud of how hard these girls played against these top clubs and their gritty determination. Great job to our goalie Delila Ramirez who had over 40 shots at goal throughout the tournament and did an amazing job. This was an amazing learning experience for both the players and the coaches.

Three teams!! Two championships!! One great weekend!!

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2006G (U12) Champions: Game1 - California United 5 - Channel Islands United 2, Goals: Marlene Gonzalez 2, Naomi Tobias 2, Anahi Aranda 1, Assist: Naomi Tobias 1. Game2 - California United 3 - AYSO United FC 0, Goals: Marlene Gonzalez 2, Naomi Tobias 1. Game 3 Semifinals - California United 5 - Atlético Real 1, Goals: Marlene Gonzalez 3, Karissa Terrazas 1, Fatima Alvarado 1, Assist: Marlene Gonzalez 1, Karissa Terrazas 2. Game 4 Finals - California United 1 - Channel Island United 0, Goals: Marlene Gonzalez. Fusion tournament record: 4-0-0

California United U-10 Girls: Game#1 - Real So Cal 5-0 CU. Game#2 - Santa Barbara Soccer Club 3-1 California United, Goal: Lizbeth Mendez. Game#3 FC Golden State-Oro 4-1 California United Goal: Sara Diaz Assist: Alondra Leon.

 
California United’s U10Girl Alondra Leon as she tries to steal the ball away from the Royal Puma player. Photos courtesy
Susan Torres and Liv Cabral.
California United’s U10Girl Alondra Leon as she tries to steal the ball away from the Royal Puma player. Photos courtesy Susan Torres and Liv Cabral.
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Submitted by Nancy Vaca

Saturday, August 18th SEMI-FINAL Game Scores for California United Soccer Club: California United U10Girls tie 3-3 against the Royal Pumas, but lost to the Royal Pumas in penalties. California United was down 3-1 in the first half. The girls came back in second half to tie the game in the last minute. Stats: Goals: Lizbeth Mendez 1, Sara Diaz 2; Assist: D'andra Amezcua 1 and Jazleen Vaca 2

California United U10Boys tie 1-1 against Aguilas de Oxnard, and won in penalties, which advanced them to the finals. Stats: Goal: Abe de la Cruz

California United U11Boys lost 0-6 against the Scorpions. Great job on Angel Toro, Angel never stop playing, he play strong all the time until the last minute.

California United U13Boys lost 0-3 against the Red Star.

California United U14Girls won 4-1 against the Pumas California United Blue which advanced them to the Finals. Goals: Valeria Jaimes 1, Alexis Velasco 2, Daisy Jimenez; Assist: Valeria Jaimes 3, Alexis Velasco 1.

California United U14Boys lost 0-6 against Oxnard United. Only two California United teams have advanced to the finals the U10Boys and the U14Girls to the Finals this Saturday, August 25th.

 
Fillmore High School’s Agustin Osegueda has been selected for the 2018 Max Preps California All-State Small Schools Second Team. This has been a very successful junior year for Osegueda. He has been named All Southern Section Division 7 Player of the Year and Ventura County Star All-County First Team. Congratulations Agustin!
Fillmore High School’s Agustin Osegueda has been selected for the 2018 Max Preps California All-State Small Schools Second Team. This has been a very successful junior year for Osegueda. He has been named All Southern Section Division 7 Player of the Year and Ventura County Star All-County First Team. Congratulations Agustin!
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