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  • Warriors chase the Nighthawks

    Updated Feb 16, 2024

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  • Kicking It: A Month in Paris, Day No. 11

    Updated Jun 14, 2023

    Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal Special to The Village News As one day folds into the next, we continue to explore the various neighborhoods in the 7th arrondissement. Today, Oct. 18, we board the #63 south to the St. Germain des pres Church bus stop. Heading toward the front steps of the cathedral, we are stopped by a guard. He explains that today the church is closed for Frank Alamo’s funeral. Who? When we get back tonight, I look up his bio. It turns out, Frank had some success as a pop singer from 1960-1965, but in ’65, he re...

  • Warriors share Avocado League girls water polo championship

    Updated Feb 9, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter After Fallbrook High School’s girls water polo team won six Valley League championships in seven years, the North County Conference assigned Fallbrook to a more competitive league. The 2021-22 Warriors had a 1-4 Palomar League record, and Fallbrook joined the Avocado League for 2023. The Warriors’ regular season ended Feb. 3 with a victory over San Pasqual, giving Fallbrook a 4-1 league record and a share of the Avocado League championship. “We did well,” said Fallbrook coach Sean Redmond...

  • Nine Warriors given all-league field hockey honors

    Updated Jan 4, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Fallbrook High School is in the Palomar League for field hockey, and nine of the Warriors’ players received all-league recognition while Fallbrook head coach Debbie Berg was selected as the league’s Coach of the Year. The all-league first team included Erica Garcia, Taylor Sanchez, Mallory Sehnert and Gianna Alvarez‑Lindenmayer. Maya Pack and Kasey Sanchez shared goalkeeping duties for the Warriors this year, and both were placed on the Palomar League second team. Lucy Loomis, Shea Morga...

  • Warriors reach field hockey CIF final

    Updated Dec 21, 2022

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Fallbrook High School head field hockey coach Debbie Berg and her players would have preferred a win rather than a loss in the CIF Division I championship game Nov. 12 at La Costa Canyon High School, when Valley Center won the championship with a 2-1 victory over the Warriors, but for Berg and her players a loss in the final is preferable to a loss in the Division I quarterfinals which is what happened with the Warriors last year. “Good progress,” Berg said. Fallbrook ended the 2022 sea...

  • Warriors softball program growing

    Updated Apr 1, 2022

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Last year Fallbrook High School’s softball team won only two games. This year, the Warriors had a 5-3 record before a March 21 loss at Mount Carmel which left Fallbrook with a 5-4 season mark at that point. “We’re not doing too bad,” said Fallbrook coach Lisa Stehle. Fallbrook has eight returning varsity players from the 2021 squad whose final record was 2-17, including a first-round loss in the CIF Division IV playoffs and a Valley League record of 0-10. The 2021 team had only one senior;...

  • Warriors lose first-round girls basketball state playoff

    Updated Mar 26, 2022

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter On the floor, Fallbrook High School’s girls basketball team lost the Warriors’ first-round state playoff game against Shadow Hills High School of Indio in the fourth quarter of that March 1 competition. According to Fallbrook coach Trey Harrison, the Warriors began the state playoffs with a disadvantage due to their division assignment. “I was really upset about our placement when it came to state playoffs,” Harrison said. Fallbrook won the CIF San Diego Section Division II champio...

  • Warriors now targets in girls basketball games

    Updated Jan 10, 2022

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter The 2020-21 Fallbrook High School girls basketball team had an 8-0 Valley League record to win the league championship, reached the finals of the CIF San Diego Section Division III playoffs and the CIF Southern California Division 5-AA playoffs, and ended the season with an overall record of 23-9 including playoff matches. That means that the Warriors’ 2021-22 opponents prepare for a top-caliber team. “We’re no longer the underdogs, so anybody who comes out to play us, they’re bringin...

  • Warriors begin winning boys basketball games

    Updated Dec 16, 2021

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Fallbrook High School’s basketball team began the 2021-22 season with four consecutive losses, but the Warriors won their first game of the season Dec. 6 and then won their next two games Dec. 7 and Dec. 9. “It was a good week,” said Fallbrook coach Jonathan Terry. “It was a nice turnaround from the first four games.” The Warriors began practice Nov. 6, but several of the players are also on the Fallbrook High School football team whose sea...

  • Warriors win first two boys basketball league games

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter|Updated May 12, 2021

    Valley League play for Fallbrook High School's boys basketball team began April 30 with a home game against San Pasqual, and the Warriors traveled to San Pasqual for a May 1 contest. Fallbrook won both games, giving the Warriors a 2-0 league record albeit a 2-10 overall mark. "Our pre-league schedule was the hardest schedule in our league," said Fallbrook coach Moe Golshani. "It was very frustrating to start the year, but I'm glad it was the way it was." Golshani noted that the tough pre-league schedule ensured that the...

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    Lady Warriors tangle with Nighthawks

    Updated Mar 17, 2021

    Fallbrook's Erica Garcia battles for the ball against the Del Norte Nighthawks during a varsity field hockey game, March 8....

  • JV Holiday Duals successful financially and competitively

    Joe Naiman, Village News Correspondent|Updated Feb 14, 2020

    Fallbrook High School’s wrestling team hosted the JV Holiday Duals meet Dec. 21 at the Fallbrook High School gymnasium, and the tournament met the team’s financial goals as well as the objective of providing experience for younger wrestlers. “I couldn’t be happier with the way that it went,” Fallbrook head coach Cristian Vera said. “The tournament definitely did its purpose,” Vera said. “It definitely met my expectations both financially and competitively.” Vera founded the tournament in 2018. “It’s going to be an annual...

  • Warriors open water polo season with win

    Joe Naiman, Village News Correspondent|Updated Sep 9, 2019

    The Aug. 22-24 Rancho Bernardo Invite tournament began Fallbrook High School’s water polo season, and although the Warriors had a 1-3 record in the tournament, Fallbrook opened the 2019 season with a 10-9 victory over Patrick Henry High School in the Aug. 22 game at Rancho Bernardo High School. “Good to get off on a good start,” Fallbrook coach Bill Richardson said. This year Fallbrook and Patrick Henry are both in Division II for CIF playoff purposes, so the win over another Division II team will have playoff seeding impli...

  • Warriors drop season opener to Del Norte 44-0

    Updated Aug 30, 2019

    The Fallbrook High School varsity football team got off to a rocky start Friday, Aug. 23, when the team traveled to Del Norte High School for a nonleague game against the Nighthawks that resulted in a 44-0 loss. It was a tough start for the Warriors, and new head coach Troy Everhart, who joined the program just three weeks ago. The Warriors will be on the road again Friday, Aug. 30, when they travel south to take on Sweetwater High School. The Red Devils lost their opening...

  • Frosh Warriors overwhelm Nighthawks

    Updated Aug 30, 2019

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  • Nighthawks defeat Warriors in baseball opener

    Joe Naiman, Village News Correspondent|Updated Mar 4, 2019

    Murrieta Valley High School's baseball team traveled to Fallbrook for a Feb. 19 game which opened the season for both teams, and the Nighthawks returned home with a 6-0 victory over the Warriors. "Murrieta Valley's very good, and we needed to score some runs," said Fallbrook coach Pat Walker. Senior right-handed pitcher Grant Taylor kept the Warriors scoreless. "They threw a kid that's going to New Mexico State that was very good," Walker said. Last year Murrieta Valley posted a season record of 23-9 including a 1-1 mark in...

  • Warriors defeat Caimans in water polo league opener

    Joe Naiman, Village News Correspondent|Updated Dec 31, 2018

    Fallbrook High School's girls water polo team opened Valley League play Dec. 18 at home against Classical Academy and defeated the Caimans by a 12-5 margin. The result gave Fallbrook a 7-3 overall record for the season. "Our defense is starting to really come together and do well," said Fallbrook coach Sean Redmond. The Warriors' 2018-19 season began Nov. 14 with a 14-7 loss at Helix. "You need some defense," said Redmond. "It was on both sides, too." Redmond noted that players figure situations out in the first game of the...

  • Warrior wrestlers takedown Nighthawks

    Shane Gibson, Photojournalist|Updated Dec 6, 2018

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  • Warriors look to capitalize on 'friendly' schedule

    Tom Ferrall, Staff Writer|Updated Aug 20, 2018

    The Fallbrook High football team kicks off its 2018 season Friday, Aug. 17, when it hosts Del Norte High School, 7 p.m., at Fallbrook Stadium. Del Norte, which like Fallbrook went 1-9 last season, is one of four teams that the Warriors will face this year that are coming off rough campaigns in 2017. The others are Sweetwater High School, which went 1-9 last season; Scripps Ranch High School, which went 2-8, and Castle Park High School, which went 0-10. "I think this schedule...

  • Boys volleyball team 3-2 after first five matches

    Joe Naiman, Village News Correspondent|Updated Mar 23, 2018

    Fallbrook High School's boys volleyball team held a 3-2 record after the Warriors' first five matches of the 2018 season. The fifth match of the season, a March 15 contest at Liberty Charter, was also Fallbrook's first three-game victory of the season. The Warriors prevailed in 25-23, 27-25 and 25-12 sets. "Right now they're doing good," said Fallbrook coach Chip Patterson. The Warriors opened their season Feb. 28 with a 25-14, 25-21, 27-25 loss at San Pasqual. The March 6 match at Escondido Adventist ended as a 25-23,...

  • Lady Warriors can't keep up with Nighthawks

    Shane Gibson, Staff Photojournalist|Updated Jan 18, 2018

    The Fallbrook High varsity girls basketball team played a home game against Del Norte Jan. 12. The Lady Warriors, a young team in a rebuilding year, dropped an 80-45 decision to the Nighthawks....

  • Competing players fight over basketball

    Warrior basketball team enters league play after tough non-league schedule

    Tom Ferrall, Staff Writer|Updated Jan 18, 2018

    The Fallbrook High boys basketball team opened Valley League play at Escondido Jan. 17 after a demanding non-league schedule left the Warriors with a 5-12 record. Despite the mark, first-year coach Ryan Smith said he felt good about his club entering league competition. "We've had a tough non-league (schedule) and we competed at a high level with a young team without a lot of experience," said Smith. "I have a feeling we can compete in league and have a chance – if we can p...

  • Warriors defeat defending water polo champions in consecutive games

    Updated Sep 28, 2017

    Fallbrook High School's boys water polo team defeated two defending CIF San Diego Section champions in consecutive games. The Warriors closed out the Sept. 7-9 Helix Tournament with a 17-4 victory over 2016 Division II champion Valley Center and then won an 11-10 non-league game Sept. 12 against defending Division I champion San Marcos. "We're doing pretty good," said Fallbrook coach Bill Richardson. Poway hosted Fallbrook in an Aug. 29 match which ended as a 20-6 Titans...

  • Warriors football team ready for home opener

    Updated Sep 11, 2017

    The Fallbrook High football team will play its home opener Friday (Sept. 8) after beginning the season with a pair of road losses that couldn't have been more different. The Warriors kicked off their season Aug. 25 at Westview and were never in the game, getting shutout 41-0. In their second game, Sept. 1 at Del Norte, the Warriors battled throughout and led late in the fourth quarter before the Nighthawks scored with 27 seconds left in the game to secure a 27-21 victory....

  • Lady Warriors win Valley League basketball title

    Updated Mar 10, 2017

    Fallbrook High School won the Valley League girls basketball championship. The Warriors concluded regular-season play Feb. 14 with a 65-39 home victory over San Pasqual. "They won the game handily," said Fallbrook coach Tony Morrow. Fallbrook didn't win the league championship outright, as Ramona matched Fallbrook's 7-1 league record. Each team handed the other it's only league loss of 2016-2017. A Jan. 24 game in Ramona had a 59-54 result in Ramona's favor, while a Feb. 10 game in Fallbrook resulted in a 54-45 victory for...

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