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  • Warriors fall to Pirates

    Updated Feb 7, 2024

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  • Mendez wins Ian Dykstra Memorial championship

    Updated Jan 10, 2024

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Madelie Mendez became the first Fallbrook High School girls wrestler to win a tournament championship when she placed first in the Saturday, Dec. 9, Ian Dykstra Memorial tournament at Temescal Canyon High School in Lake Elsinore. Mendez, who was the only Fallbrook wrestler to compete in the Ian Dykstra Memorial, wrestled in the girls 170-pound weight class. That division had a round-robin format, and Mendez pinned all four of her opponents in...

  • Fallbrook Seniors Golf Group celebrates Christmas

    Updated Jan 10, 2024

    FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Seniors Golf Group (FSGG) celebrated Christmas at the Fallbrook Spiritual Center on Dec. 13, 2023. The event was catered by Trupiano's Italian Bistro. It was a wonderful celebration to celebrate another successful year of golf and friendship. The club was born in 1989 when a group from the Newcomers Club decided to get together informally to socialize and play golf. One of the founders was the late Bill Qualls who held early meetings at his home w...

  • Vikings sweep Cottonwood Flag Football Tournament championships

    Updated Jan 10, 2024

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter The Cottonwood Flag Football Tournament took place Dec. 1 at Hamilton High School in Anza, and both the Vallecitos Elementary School boys and the Vallecitos girls earned championships. "That's the first time that's ever been done. We're happy about that," Vallecitos coach Ray Hanbeck said of winning both championships. The Cottonwood Flag Football Tournament was hosted by Cottonwood Elementary School of Aguanga but played at Hamilton High Schoo...

  • Last Call London first, Stolen Treasure second in King Glorious Stakes

    Updated Jan 4, 2024

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter San Luis Rey Training Center horses finished first and second in the King Glorious Stakes race Dec. 17 at Los Alamitos Race Course and throughout the entire race one of those horses was in the lead. Last Call London won the one-mile dirt race for California-bred two-year-olds by a neck over Stolen Treasure. Stolen Treasure led from the beginning of the race until Last Call London took the lead approaching the stretch. “He ran well,” said Pet...

  • Deadline for senior softball registration

    Updated Jan 4, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Senior Softball is welcoming new players who are 50 plus years of age. Games are played at Ingold Sports Park Mondays thru Thursdays at 4 p.m. with warm-ups beginning at 3:30. Each team is scheduled to play two games per week. The league is currently looking for new players. Potential players must show for a screening prior to being placed on a team so that appropriate placement can be made. The league is currently in hiatus for the winter. They will resume play mid-January. The deadline for r...

  • Brockson wins Carlsbad Invitational

    Updated Dec 28, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Fallbrook High School junior Nic Brockson won his weight class at the Carlsbad Invitational wrestling tournament Saturday, Dec. 2, at Carlsbad High School. Brockson pinned his first three 126-pound opponents before winning the championship match by decision. He was also selected as the tournament's MVP for the lightweight brackets. "I was real happy with how he's wrestling, how he's preparing for matches. It's a testament to the hard work he's...

  • Legionnaires need seven games to exceed last year's soccer win total

    Updated Dec 28, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter A 2-0 victory Tuesday, Dec. 12, at Ocean View Christian High School gave Bonsall High School’s soccer team a 2-3-2 record, providing the Legionnaires with more wins in their first seven games of this season than for the entirety of last season. “We’re continuing to build,” Bonsall coach Ennis Pipe said. “I think we’re far more competitive this year than we were last year.” The 2022-2023 Legionnaires had a season record of 1-16 and were 1-9 in Patriot League games. Last season’s team...

  • Warriors 6-4 after first 10 boys basketball games

    Updated Dec 28, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Fallbrook High School's boys basketball team had a 6-4 record after the Warriors' first 10 games of the 2023-2024 season. A 67-52 home win Tuesday, Dec. 12, against Crawford High School was the Warriors' fifth consecutive victory. The winning record over a season's first 10 games was the first for Fallbrook since the 2019-2020 Warriors had an 8‑2 start. "I'm very pleased," Fallbrook coach Jonathan Terry said. The Warriors began the season by l...

  • Win over Julian gives Legionnaires 5-2 boys basketball record

    Updated Dec 28, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter For the first time in the program’s history Bonsall High School’s boys basketball team won five of the Legionnaires’ first seven games of the season. A 74-47 home victory Tuesday, Dec. 12, against Julian High School gave Bonsall a 5-2 season record. A winning record over the team’s first seven games occurred only once before in program history; the 2020-2021 Legionnaires who won the Sierra League championship had a 4-3 start. The Legionnaires began their season with a Nov. 14 home loss to...

  • Lady Warriors battles Great Oak in soccer

    Updated Dec 21, 2023

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  • Madison Rae wins Soviet Problem Stakes

    Updated Dec 21, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter San Luis Rey Training Center filly and Ocean Breeze Ranch foal Madison Rae won the Sunday, Dec. 10, Soviet Problem Stakes at Los Alamitos Race Course. Madison Rae, who is trained by Peter Miller, won the 1-mile dirt race for two-year-old California-bred fillies by half a length over second-place Loretta Lynn. She led throughout the race and had a winning time of 1 minute, 38 seconds, 52 tenths. "She ran very well," Miller said. The race was the...

  • Warriors reach field hockey quarterfinals

    Updated Dec 21, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Being in what might have been the toughest league in the county adversely affected the win-loss record of Fallbrook High School’s field hockey team, but the Warriors won their first-round CIF playoff game before losing to the top-seeded Division I team in the quarterfinals. “Very pleased,” said Fallbrook coach Debbie Berg. Fallbrook had a 1-9 record in Avocado League play. Torrey Pines and Poway shared the league championship with 9-1 records. Torrey Pines had an overall record of 18-5-...

  • Sanchez, Alvarez‑Lindenmayer placed on all-league second team

    Updated Dec 21, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Two Fallbrook High School field hockey players were given all-league recognition by the Avocado League coaches. Kasey Sanchez and Gianna Alvarez‑Lindenmayer were both placed on the second team. Sanchez is a senior who played goalkeeper for the Warriors. Alvarez‑Lindenmayer is a junior and was Fallbrook’s low midfielder. All-league selections often include a formula based on the team’s position in the league standings. Fallbrook was 1-9 in Avocado League play to trail the league’s other fiv...

  • Struyck, Pauley medal at middle school cross country championship meet

    Updated Dec 21, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter The North County Middle School Cross Country League championship meet was held Oct. 25 at Walnut Grove Park in San Marcos, and two Sullivan Middle School runners received medals for finishing among the top 20 in their race. Seventh grader Sienna Struyck finished sixth among the 95 sixth grade and seventh grade girls who competed in the championship race. Jackson Pauley is in seventh grade but ran in the eighth-grade boys race and placed 14th....

  • Warriors outshoot the Thunder

    Updated Dec 13, 2023

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  • 12 Warriors given all-league football distinction

    Updated Dec 13, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Twelve Fallbrook High School football players were given all-league recognition by the Palomar League coaches. Chris Bausch was selected to the offensive first team. George Aguilar was chosen for the defensive first team. The offensive second team included Wilson Christopherson, Kyle Collings, James Jones, Gabe Mendoza and Evan Thomas. Jackson Christopherson was placed on the defensive second team. Noah Anzures, Sam Corona, Preston McCarthy and Cayden Smith received honorable mention...

  • Rahman named to Sierra League second team

    Updated Dec 13, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter The Sierra League girls volleyball coaches chose Bonsall High School senior Lenna Rahman for a berth on the all-league second team. “I think it’s absolutely deserving. She’s a phenomenal teammate,” Bonsall coach Jessica Kaller said. “Positive attitude; helps everybody; one of those all-around good kids.” Rahman was a middle blocker for the Legionnaires. She was Bonsall’s only all-league girls volleyball player. The Legionnaires were 2-16 during the season including a forfeit win over River Va...

  • Golfers donate gifts to Boys & Girls Club of North County

    Updated Dec 13, 2023

    FALLBROOK – Maureen Sullivan, director of development for the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County, accepted more than $1000 worth of gift cards, cash and toys for the club's annual Holiday Gift Drive through a donation by the Golf Club of CA Women's Golf Club. The Boys & Girls Clubs of North County provides a support system for school-age children and teenagers, benefitting over 2,000 Fallbrook children. The club earned a reputation as a community leader through innovative a...

  • BUSD approves JV coaching stipend

    Updated Dec 13, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Bonsall High School had enough girls volleyball players for both a varsity team and a junior varsity squad for the 2023 season. Jessica Kaller coached both the varsity and the junior varsity, and the situation caused the Bonsall Unified School District to consider an agreement with the Bonsall Teachers Association to pay a stipend to Bonsall High School junior varsity coaches. The agreement was ratified at the Wednesday, Nov. 15, BUSD board meeting. The board’s 4-0 vote, with Pascal L...

  • Back On Track wins first California race

    Updated Dec 13, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Back On Track was foaled in California, sold at a Kentucky yearling sale, and returned to California after being claimed by Paula Capestro. The two-year-old filly was at the San Luis Rey Training Center between the time she was brought to California and Dec. 1, when she was shipped to Del Mar for the third race that day. She won that six-furlong race by 5 1/2 lengths. "This is what we hoped would happen," said Capestro, who is both the owner...

  • Senior softball players to register by Jan. 8

    Updated Dec 13, 2023

    FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Senior Softball is currently looking for new players who are 50 plus years of age. Potential players must show for a screening prior to being placed on a team so that appropriate placement can be made. The league is currently on hiatus for the winter. It will resume play mid-January. The deadline for registration is Jan. 8. The first season draft will be held at that time. Games are played at Ingold Sports Park Mondays thru Thursdays at 4 p.m. with warm-ups beginning at 3:30. Each team is scheduled to p...

  • Strong second half evens Bonsall boys basketball record

    Updated Dec 7, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Bonsall High School’s boys basketball team hosted their Warner High School counterparts Nov. 28 and turned a close game in the first half into a 48-30 Bonsall victory. The Legionnaires evened their season record to 2-2 with the win. “We learned the value of hard work,” said Bonsall coach Bernard Cantrell. During the 2018-19 season Cantrell coached Bonsall’s girls to a 7-6 record, including a 7-1 mark in Pioneer League play which shared first place in the standings (Horizon Prep was 14-4 in the...

  • Wildcats take advantage of Bonsall girls basketball inexperience

    Updated Dec 7, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Bonsall High School’s baseball team hosted Warner High School, which did not have baseball in any of the previous 10 years, and defeated the Wildcats by a 14-1 margin March 28, 2023. Bonsall was the inexperienced team Tuesday, Nov. 28, when the Legionnaires had a home girls basketball game against Warner and lost that 71-7 contest. “We’re young. We’re learning. We’re new,” Bonsall coach Jessica Kaller said. “Quite a lot of building to do, but we’ll get there. We’ve got some ability and they...

  • Warrior gridders take eventual CIF champion to overtime

    Updated Dec 7, 2023

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter When Fallbrook High School won the Warriors’ most recent CIF football championship in 2000 the 50 points Fallbrook scored were the second-most ever in an 11-man CIF San Diego Section championship game. La Jolla Country Day scored the newest second-highest total in this year’s CIF Division III final, and the Torreys advanced to the championship contest with a 39-38 overtime win in the semifinal match November 17 at Fallbrook. “We made too many mistakes, too many avoidable penalties,” Fallbro...

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