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  • Four Fallbrook wrestlers place at CIF division tournament

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter|Updated Feb 22, 2024

    The CIF Division II wrestling tournament took place Feb. 10 at Orange Glen High School, and four Fallbrook High School wrestlers placed among the top eight in their weight class. Nic Brockson reached the final of the 126-pound division before losing to an exchange student in the championship match and settling for second place. Devin Huntington took third among 150-pound grapplers. Ricky Lopez was the sixth-place matman in the 108-pound class. Cruz Arroyo placed eighth in the 190-pound bracket. “I was really pumped up,...

  • Warriors finish boys rugby season with 3-5 record

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter|Updated Feb 22, 2024

    Fallbrook High School’s boys rugby team finished the 2023-24 season with a 3-5 record. “This year was different,” said Fallbrook coach Sierra Arteaga. The 2022-23 Warriors had a 7-1 record before losing in the Southern California Interscholastic Rugby Federation’s championship match against Cathedral Catholic. The SCIRF had only one division last season. This year, the teams were divided into Division I and Division II. Fallbrook was in Division I with Cathedral Catholic and St. Augustine, which had two losses last...

  • Warriors hold Bulldogs to three points in girls basketball win

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter|Updated Feb 22, 2024

    Fallbrook High School’s girls basketball team is believed to have set a school record for fewest points allowed in the Warriors’ 56-3 victory Jan. 31 at Ramona High School. “Our defense was all over the place,” said Fallbrook coach Trae Harrison. Although Ramona entered the game with a 3-16 record, the Bulldogs hadn’t scored fewer than 15 points in a game since their season-opening 74-14 loss to El Camino. On three occasions during those 19 games, Ramona was held to 15 points including the Warriors’ 68-15 victory...

  • BUSD offers free college during high school

    Updated Feb 22, 2024

    BONSALL – In early 2021, Bonsall Unified School District began forging the path to make Bonsall High School an Early College high school. Partnering with Palomar College, Bonsall High School administration, led by counselor Eryn Barker, started exploring mutually beneficial ways to expand student opportunities at the relatively new Bonsall High School. An Early College program provides students with the opportunity to take college classes on a college campus while still in...

  • AFS seeks host families

    Updated Feb 22, 2024

    AFS has been a leader in the field of student exchange for more than 60 years. Each year we like to place one or more students in Fallbrook who will attend Fallbrook High. We are receiving applications now for students who will be arriving in mid-August for the either fall semester or for the next school year. We have some outstanding candidates with varied interests and many countries of origin. I would like to talk to any families that might be interested in hosting them. We are also interested in talking to high school...

  • Legionnaires have home soccer playoff match Feb. 16, home boys basketball playoff Feb. 17

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter|Updated Feb 16, 2024

    The CIF playoff selection and seeding meetings Feb. 10 gave first-round byes and quarterfinals home games to Bonsall High School’s boys soccer and boys basketball teams. The Legionnaires are in Division V-AA for both sports. The top four seeds were given first-round byes and a home game later in the week. Bonsall’s boys soccer team will begin playoff action at home, which for Bonsall means Ingold Sports Park in Fallbrook, Friday, Feb. 16 at 5 p.m. and if they win they will play Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 6:30 p.m. The...

  • Maya Khoury 4th, Sahara Khoury 10th at California Winter Championships meet

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter|Updated Feb 16, 2024

    Maya Khoury placed fourth in the girls pole vault at the California Winter Championships track and field meet Feb. 3 at Arcadia High School and Sahara Khoury took 10th in that event. The Khoury twins are currently seniors at Fallbrook High School, whose 2024 track and field schedule begins with a tri-meet Feb. 29 at San Dieguito Academy. They competed with the Escondido-based North County Pole Vault Club at the California Winter Championships. "It was just really cool to be...

  • FWC's semi-annual attic sale fundraiser is set for March 1-2

    Updated Feb 16, 2024

    FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Woman’s Club is holding its popular semi-annual attic/rummage sale Friday and Saturday, March 1-2, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Antiques, jewelry, household items, clothes, toys, crafts, knick knacks, tools, small appliances, picture frames, dishes, pots & pans, garden art & plants and much more will be available for purchase. The event will be held in the FWC’s Clubhouse at 238 West Mission Road in Fallbrook. All proceeds go to local charities and Fallbrook High School scholarships. The Fallbrook...

  • Nordeen breaks school career rebounds record

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter|Updated Feb 16, 2024

    During the Jan. 19 game at Escondido High School, the Fallbrook High School girls basketball career rebounds record was broken by current senior Claire Nordeen. Between 1982 and 1984, Kristy Seidel pulled down 1,145 rebounds on behalf of Fallbrook High School. Nordeen surpassed that figure during the Warriors’ 61-31 victory in Escondido. “I’m very proud to get the school rebound record. It means a lot,” Nordeen said. “Breaking a record that stood so long is super special to me.” “She’s a once in a lifetime...

  • Stroney fifth at CIF divisional tournament

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter|Updated Feb 16, 2024

    The CIF Division I girls wrestling tournament took place Feb. 3 at Steele Canyon High School, and Fallbrook High School sophomore Dalanie Stroney placed fifth in the 105-pound weight class. "She had a really good day wrestling," said Fallbrook head coach Tom Brockson. Stroney also became the first-ever Fallbrook High School girl to place at a CIF wrestling tournament. Last year, 2023 graduate Alyssa Wilson became the first Fallbrook student-athlete to compete in the CIF girls...

  • FRHD expands its collaborative partnership with Palomar Family Counseling

    Updated Feb 9, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Regional Health District and Palomar Family Counseling Service, Inc. are pleased to announce an exciting expansion in their collaborative partnership. FRHD hosted an Open House at its Community Health & Wellness Center to officially launch this collaborative partnership and to spotlight the collective dedication to mental health and community support. What's included in this partnership are counseling services that are now available to the...

  • Matthew John Gausepohl

    Updated Feb 9, 2024

    It is with deep sadness that we announce the loss of Matthew John Gausepohl, who passed away on Jan. 12, 2024, at the age of 48. Matthew was born on March 23, 1975, to John and Kathy Gausepohl. Matthew was the youngest of three children. He graduated from Fallbrook High School in 1993 and attended LBCC. Matthew joined his father's insurance agency and brother's mortgage business, launching a successful career. His ability to foster positive connections was a strength many of...

  • February brings best of Fallbrook to the Students of the Month once more

    Christine Eastman, Special to the Village News|Updated Feb 9, 2024

    North Coast Church hosted Fallbrook Union High School District's Students of the Month celebration Thursday, Feb. 1, keeping the momentum of the new year going strong. This month's killer representatives are Fallbrook High students Maya Bellazetin, Sam Bruton and Jasmine Hernandez. Oasis High School was represented by Anay Garcia. Here are a few character highlights from this month's super stellar kids: Bellazetin, nominated by FUHS teacher Shavonne Donoghue, leads the pack...

  • Legionnaires control own destiny for boys soccer league championship

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter|Updated Feb 9, 2024

    Bonsall High School's boys soccer team didn't mathematically clinch the Pioneer League championship with the Legionnaires' Monday, Jan. 29, victory against River Valley. The 5-0 road win, however, assured that the Snow Leopards could not surpass Bonsall in the standings and that The O'Farrell Charter School could win the league championship. That is, they could win only if the Falcons won all three of their remaining league games and Bonsall lost both remaining contests...

  • Lopez, Brockson, Wilson win championships at Kai Atesalp Memorial Tournament

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter|Updated Feb 9, 2024

    Fallbrook High School placed third as a team at the Jan. 27 Kai Atesalp Memorial Tournament at Escondido High School while Fallbrook wrestlers Ricky Lopez, Nic Brockson, and Dan Wilson won their weight classes. “We just went out there and the guys had a really great day,” said Fallbrook coach Tom Brockson. “It was all the hard work they put in,” Brockson said. “It just kind of paid off in that tournament.” The Kai Atesalp Memorial Tournament had been called the Cougar Classic before being renamed after a former Es...

  • Workers of the Week have goals

    Updated Feb 9, 2024

  • Fallbrook singer-songwriter featured in Bluegrass Today

    Village News staff|Updated Feb 7, 2024

    Fallbrook singer-songwriter B.K. "Nick" Nicholson was recently featured in Bluegrass Today magazine and Bluegrasstoday.com. Nicholson is not your typical musician. You may find him in front of the local grocery store sharing his musical ability, in church doing worship, or with band members providing entertainment at a festival or event. He is a multi-instrumentalist who not only performs in two Southern California bands, High Mountain Road and his own band, Desperado...

  • After six inches of rain, moderate to locally heavy rainfall expected to continue

    Village Editorial Staff|Updated Feb 7, 2024

    The greater Fallbrook area has received over 6" of rain in the last week, since Feb. 1, according to WeatherCurrents.com. Shower and thunderstorm chances remain in the forecast for the West Coast and the Desert Southwest. A deep, energetic upper-level trough remains overhead, onshore flow continues, and another Pacific storm system drops down along the coast, according to the National Weather Service. While the influx of anomalously high moisture associated with this past...

  • Review of all things Real Estate

    Bob Hillery, CR Properties|Updated Feb 1, 2024

    Let’s say that your home is in the perfect location, you've already updated the interiors and painted your doors and walls in popular, sought-after colors all to raise your property's value. What else can you do to squeeze out an even bigger payday once you decide to sell? It's time to turn your attention to landscaping. But landscaping can be very expensive. Several years ago when I investigated doing a backyard makeover, I interviewed a landscape engineer who came highly...

  • Terry Lee Draper

    Updated Feb 1, 2024

    Terry Lee Draper died in Texarkana, Texas on January 11, 2024. She was born in Oceanside, Calif. And lived many years of her life in Fallbrook. She graduatred from Fallbrook Union High School in 1966. She married Jeff Painter and they had two children, Robert and Jennifer. They were divorced and she married Don Draper and had a daughter, Erin. Terry was employed for many years by doctor offices in Fallbrook and Murrieta as a front office receptionist. She was very good with th...

  • Larry Pierce Knight

    Updated Feb 1, 2024

    In loving memory of Larry Pierce Knight, born in Atlanta, Georgia on July 5, 1942, and died Jan. 22, 2024, in Fallbrook, Calif. at the age of 81. Larry grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, attended St. Louis Country Day School, and graduated from St. Louis University with a B.A.in Political Science. Larry had an illustrious career in sales and marketing in the chemical and electronics industries. He was also chairman of the Microwave Integrated Circuits (MIC) Workshop, an...

  • Joellen Beckstrom Maddock

    Updated Feb 1, 2024

    Joellen Beckstrom Maddock was 100 years old when she passed away peacefully on Dec. 29, 2023, in her home surrounded by family. Joellen was born on Oct. 8, 1923, to Ruth and Lawrence Beckstrom in Los Angeles, California. She grew up in Los Angeles and Arcadia with her brothers Andy and Eric. She graduated from Monrovia Arcadia Duarte High School and attended Occidental College. Joellen (Jo) married her husband, Jack, in 1943, and they moved to Fallbrook in 1946 where they...

  • Featherstone announced as tournament host for the Fallbrook Open benefitting the Drew Mings Foundation

    Updated Feb 1, 2024

    FALLBROOK – The Asher Tour is pleased to announce Colin Featherstone, a current member of the Korn Ferry Tour, will be the official Tournament Host of the 2024 Fallbrook Open. Featherstone is a 2007 graduate of Fallbrook High School and played his college career at San Diego State before turning pro in 2012. He will assist with promoting the event and will also compete in the event. "I played the Asher Tour early in my career," said Featherstone. "They have some really...

  • New Fallbrook starters learning varsity boys soccer

    Updated Jan 25, 2024

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter A 2-1 home loss Jan. 17 against Rancho Bernardo gave Fallbrook High School’s boys soccer team an overall season record of 5-7-1 including 0-3 in Palomar League play. “I think the boys are doing the best they can,” said Fallbrook coach Jorge Rojas. “It’s definitely a new varsity team, so there are a ton of challenges.” Only two starters and six players altogether return from Fallbrook’s 2022-23 team whose 12-8-5 overall record includes a 5-4-1 mark against Palomar League oppositio...

  • Opposition to Bonsall Community Park

    Updated Jan 25, 2024

    Dear Friends – Jim Desmond and Mark Kieser continue to ignore the Bonsall Community Sponsor Group (BCSG) and Bonsall residents. The BCSG requested in several, separate meetings that Desmond and Kieser move all the high activities to the Del Prado Park and Mark Kieser said no! There are two parks in Bonsall, (1) Bonsall Community Park (BCG) on Camino Del Rey and (2) Del Prado Park (DPP) off the 76. The DPP is the better location for a highly active park for high activities like soccer, skate boarding and baseball. Located...

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