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Channel Islands approaches litmus test at Camarillo

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Two years ago, the Channel Islands High football opened 5-0 before suffering through a winless Pacific View League campaign.

This fall, behind the play of quarterback Steven Gutierrez, running back Richard Gray and tight end Jeremiah Valoaga, the Raiders have started 4-1.

Tonight's visit to traditional PVL power Camarillo, the Ventura County Star's Domino's Game of the Week, may show how much the program has progressed in head coach Gary Porter's three-year tenure.

"We've had this start before," said Channel Islands third-year coach Gary Porter. "We haven't competed in our own league.

Gutierrez has completed 57 of 100 passes for 747 yards and six touchdowns.

"He's shown a lot of poise," said Porter. "He runs the offense well. The team rallies around him."

Gray leads Ventura County with 750 yards rushing and seven touchdowns.

"He runs hard," said Porter. "We lead with a fullback and try to get him in favorable situations."

Those situations have become more frequent now that the Raiders have solved some holes in the offensive line. Guard Luis Ramirez and tackle Alejandro Magana return to form the left side, but junior center Javier Vasquez has performed well as a junior and guard Vince Cerrano has made the transition from the defensive side of the ball.

Defensively, Channel Islands has been boosted by the limited return of middle linebacker Richard Palmer, who suffered a broken leg in August.

"He'll get some spot play," said Porter.

The Raiders haven't played the Scorpions within a one-score game since a 30-24 loss in 2004.

But Channel Islands certainly has Camarillo coach Dennis Riedmiller's attention this year. 

 "They're a very good football team," said Riedmiller. "They have very good skill position athletes. They get after it. They're aggressive. That's a big difference. This is a team that can definitely beat us."

Channel Islands have dropped the past six meetings with Camarillo by an average margin of 46-8.

"This isn't going to be a 56-0 game," said Riedmiller. "These guys are going to come out here to beat you. Right now, we're all 0-0 and this is a game for a championship. That's how we're looking at it.

Camarillo boosted ahead of PVL opener

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Dennis Riedmiller feels like more like a general manager after the trading deadline this month than the Camarillo High football head coach.

The Scorpions (2-3) welcomed starting quarterback Travis Valdez back for last week's 49-15 win over Oak Park. The junior had missed the first four games of the season with a broken hand.

"It's like making a trade," said Riedmiller. "All of a sudden you have this stud coming in that you've never had. That's what we've got with Valdez."

Tonight, when surprising Channel Islands (4-1) visits, Camarillo is boosted by the return of junior slot receiver Corbin Covey, who missed the first half of the season with ankle surgery.

"He'll really help our offense out," said Riedmiller.

Covey had 26 catches for 393 yards as a sophomore.


Spartans clinch PVL water polo title

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Rio Mesa High clinched the Pacific View League girls¹ water polo championship with a 12-3 victory at home on Thursday over Hueneme.

Jenny Jamison scored four goals for the Spartans. Abby McCardell and
Courtney Walters each had three goals.

Rio Mesa is undefeated in league at 9-0 and is 21-6 overall.

Prep standings

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Click the jump for the full standings entering Tuesday.


Prep standings

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Click the jump for this week's prep standings, which ran in Tuesday's paper. 

Tritons Lorca, Ebberson sink Oxnard

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Brenda Lorca and Samantha Ebberson scored three goals apiece as the Pacifica High girls' water polo team held off a late rally to defeat rival Oxnard 9-6 in a Pacific View League game on Tuesday afternoon at the Oxnard Aquatic Center.

Goalkeeper Andrea Limones made 17 blocks for Pacifica (7-5, 3-1). Lauren Ray scored three goals to lead Oxnard (5-13, 2-2).

Pacifica jumped to a big early lead only to have Oxnard counter with a third-quarter scoring blitz.

But the Tritons managed to remain in front to stay in second place in the league standings.

"The girls are excited about the win," Pacifica head coach Travis Dasnoit said. "But we had a tough loss to Rio Mesa last week, so we are still kind of dwelling on that a little bit. We need to work harder to have a better showing against them next time." 

Crowded view

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It's crowded atop the Pacific View League in boys' soccer, where four teams were ranked in the Top 7 of last week's CIF-Southern Section Division IV poll -- No. 3 Pacifica, No. 4 Channel Islands, No. 5 Rio Mesa and No. 7 Oxnard.

Good night for the PVL

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One thing that stuck out in Thursday night's prep football results was the collective performance by the Pacific View League, which went 3-1 against the Marmonte League.

The only PVL loss was Rio Mesa's loss at Newbury Park and there were times in the first half in which the Spartans looked like eventual league champions.

On the other hand, the Marmonte League was a disappointing 2-5 Thursday night, including Thousand Oaks' loss at Buena in one of the night's key interconference showdowns.

Pacifica and Channel Islands roll in PVL boys soccer

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The Channel Islands and Pacifica High boys' soccer teams improved to 5-1 in Pacific View League play Tuesday afternoon.

Luis Hernandez scored twice, David Torres had a goal and an assist and Miguel Tellez had two assists as the Channel Islands (12-2-3) scored three second-half goals to avenge its only PVL loss of the season, 3-0, over visiting Rio Mesa (8-5-3, 2-4) Tuesday afternoon.

Rogelio Salinas and Raul Yepez scored first-half goals as Pacifica (15-4-1) eased by host Camarillo, 2-0.

Moises Orozco scored twice and Andres Negrette added another as Oxnard (6-3, 4-2) stayed a game back by scoring three times in the final 15 minutes with a 3-2 win over Hueneme, which led 2-0 midway through the second half.

Buena, Santa Paula girls soccer stay perfect, not Pacifica

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Macey Herrera set up Nika Nelero's goal and Megan Erskine set up Riley Ridgik's goal as the Buena High girls' soccer team (14-7-1) improved to 5-0 in Channel League play with a 2-0 win over host San Marcos Tuesday.

Adrinna Nunez scored four times and Diana Leon scored twice as the Santa Paula High girls' soccer team (10-1-1) improved to 4-0 in the Frontier League with a 8-0 win over host Santa Clara Tuesday.

But the Pacifica High girls' soccer team (13-3-3, 5-0-1) did not stay perfect in the Pacific View League. Amber Pimley opened the scoring for Camarillo (6-7-2, 4-1-1) in the 24th minute off Briana Leriviere's throw-in as the Camarillo High girls' soccer team handed Pacifica its first league draw.

Sabrina Munoz's free kick in the 60th minute kept the Tritons unbeaten in league play.

Rio Mesa, Malibu stay perfect in league polo play

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Ashley White scored four goals as the Rio Mesa High women's water polo team (20-5) improved to 6-0 in the Pacific View League with a 14-0 win over Camarillo.

Searra Silverberg scored six goals while teammates Sophie Balate, Gianna Date and Miranda Bard scored three each as the Malibu High girls water polo team improve to 5-0 in the Tri-Valley League with a 18-1 win over Nordhoff (4-11, 2-4).

Oxnard owns a streak

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Entering its Jan. 21 game against Channel Islands, the Oxnard boys' basketball team has won 18 consecutive Pacific View League games and 36 of its last 37. 

Oxnard's only PVL loss in that stretch was to Camarillo, 49-48, on a three-point play by Danny Rasp as time elapsed.

Espinoza's late winner keeps Pacifica on top with Oxnard

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Omar Espinoza poked home a loose ball off a corner kick in the final minute as the Pacifica High boys soccer team improved to 2-0 in Pacific View League play with a 3-2 win over visiting Rio Mesa Tuesday afternoon.

A pair of Jerry Ponce 12th and 13th goals of the season had pushed the Spartans (7-2-3) within moments of surviving an opening gaunlet of Channel Islands (8-2-3) and Pacifica (12-3-1) undefeated.

Elsewhere in the PVL, Jose Nuno scored in the 67 th minute to push Channel Islands past Hueneme, 1-0, and goals by Ignacio Coronel and Moises Orozco led Oxnard over Camarillo 2-0.

Updated Pacific View League boys' soccer standings: 

  • Team PVL Overall 
  • Pacifica 2-0 12-3-1  
  • Oxnard 2-0 4-4-3
  • Rio Mesa 1-1 7-2-3  
  • Channel Islands 1-1 8-2-3  
  • Hueneme 0-2 2-4-2  
  • Camarillo 0-2 1-10-1


Today's coverage

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Congratulations to league champions Moorpark, St. Bonaventure, Oxnard, Oaks Christian and Santa Paula. Plaudits also go to Friday's rivalry winners Thousand Oaks, Royal, Oxnard, Camarillo and Channel Islands.

Here's the weekend's box scores.

Here's how the playoff picture looks.

Marmonte League

Moorpark 35, Westlake 0: Moorpark takes it all for itself by Loren Ledin in Moorpark
Thousand Oaks 27, Newbury Park 26: Game-winning grab seals thrilling TO win by Joe Curley in Newbury Park
Royal 24, Simi Valley 0: Royal completes season with Simi win by Richie Wohlers in Simi Valley
Agoura 49, Calabasas 18: Agoura finishes with win by Lance O'Fallon in Calabasas

Channel League

St. Bonaventure 50, San Marcos 0:
St. Bonaventure hits its number by Rich Romine in Ventura.
Ventura 52 Santa Barbara 28: Ventura picks its spots by JEffrey Dransfeldt in Ventura.
Dos Pueblos 17, Buena 9: Dos Pueblos holds on to beat Buena by Dan Shiells in Ventura.

Pacific View League

Oxnard 33, Pacifica 14:
Oxnard scores a perfect 10 by Derry Eads in Oxnard
Camarillo 14, Rio Mesa 13: Big-play Baca the difference for Camarillo by Zachary McVicker in Oxnard.
Channel Islands 20, Hueneme 6: Channel Islands finds inspiration by Ivan Yeo in Oxnard

Tri-Valley League

Oaks Christian 62, Nordhoff 8:
Oaks Christian rolls on short field by David Lassen in Westlake Village
Santa Clara 14, Carpenteria 13: Santa Clara backups carry it to second-place finish by J.J. Rivera in Oxnard
Oak Park-Bishop Diego cancelled: Billingsley quietly ends career by Rhiannon Potkey

Frontier League

Santa Paula 42, Grace Brethren 40:
Santa Paula claims Frontier by Bob Buttitta in Santa Paula.
Villanova 25, Malibu 14: Villanova commits to winning finale by Jeffrey Dransfeldt in Ojai

Pacific View League title up for grabs

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For the fifth time in the last six years, the Pacific View League football title will be decided on the final week of the regular season.

For the first time, Pacifica will be in the championship picture.

Buoyed by a school record eight wins, Pacifica (8-1) faces PVL co-leader Oxnard (9-0) for the PVL title. Oxnard won last year's game 63-10.


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Marmonte League
Moorpark 33, Calabasas 0: Moorpark clinches Marmonte title by Lance O'Fallon in Calabasas.
Thousand Oaks 28, Westlake 16: TO plays power ball by Loren Ledin in Thousand Oaks.
Newbury Park 34, Simi Valley 14: Roberson, Newbury Park run past Simi Valley by Richie Wohlers in Simi Valley.
Agoura 42, Royal 17: Arias directs Agoura victory by Brendan Malloy in Agoura Hills.

Channel League
Ventura 27, Buena 19: Ventura powers by Buena by Bob Buttitta in Ventura.
St. Bonaventure 56, Dos Pueblos 9: St. Bonaventure romps by Dan Shiells in Santa Barbara.

Pacific View League
Oxnard 49, Channel Islands 0: McCowan carries Oxnard over CI by Jeffrey Dransfeldt in Oxnard.
Pacifica 27, Camarillo 7: Pacifica ready for Oxnard showdown by Zachary McVicker in Camarillo.
Rio Mesa 10, Hueneme 7: Rio Mesa wins battle of winless teams by J.J. Rivera in Oxnard.

Tri-Valley League
Oaks Christian 49, Santa Clara 6: Oaks Christian in a league of its own by Derry Eads in Westlake Village.
Nordhoff 20, Oak Park 13: Nordhoff rallies past Oak Park by Ted Cotti in Ojai.

Frontier League
Santa Paula 26, Malibu 7: Santa Paula holds off Malibu by Rich Romine in Malibu.
Fillmore 49, Grace Brethren 46: Fillmore outslugs Grace Brethren by Ivan Yeo in Fillmore.


Today's coverage

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Santa Paula shocked host Fillmore, 34-14, Friday night in a special rendition of the county's oldest rivalry. Derry Eads was there.

Here is this weekend's prep football boxes. Here is the rest of the coverage:

Marmonte League
Moorpark 17, Agoura 6: Defense leads Moorpark victory by Loren Ledin in Moorpark.
Thousand Oaks 21, Royal 7: T.O. able to fend off Royal by David Lassen in Simi Valley.
Newbury Park 35, Calabasas 0: Newbury Park blanks Calabasas by Richie Wohlers in Newbury Park.
Westlake 34, Simi Valley 10: Westlake beats Simi by Loren Ledin in Westlake Village, Thursday.

Channel League
Ventura 31, Dos Pueblos 7: Second-half outburst lifts Ventura by Ivan Yeo in Ventura.
Buena 35, San Marcos 10: Davis carries Buena by Dan Shiells in Santa Barbara.
St. Bonaventure 51, Santa Barbara 21: St. Bonaventure rolls by Dan Shiells in Santa Barbara.

Pacific View League
Oxnard 42, Rio Mesa 3: Oxnard breaks away from Rio Mesa by Rich Romine in Oxnard.
Pacifica 38, Channel Islands 7: Moraga lifts Pacifica by Lance O'Fallon in Oxnard.
Camarillo 24, Hueneme 6: Camarillo holds of Hueneme by Zachary McVicker in Camarillo.

Tri-Valley League
Oaks Christian 54, Oak Park 0: OC shows OP what a difference a year makes by Joe Curley in Agoura Hills.
Santa Clara 42, Bishop Diego 10: Santa Clara maintains its focus by Mike Traphagen in Santa Barbara, Thursday.

Frontier League
Santa Paula 34, Fillmore 14: Santa Paula takes control by Derry Eads in Fillmore

Camarillo snaps Oxnard's PVL streak

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The Camarillo High girls' volleyball team ended Oxnard's 45-match winning streak in the Pacific View League on Tuesday night.
Andrea Blackman, Emily Ochfner, Alana Stotts and Carylyle Taggesal finished with seven kills apiece for the Scorpions, 9-10 overall and 6-1 in league. Taggesal added 25 assists and Stotts and Kiersetn Hookstadt each had seven digs.
Jourdan Tubao-Lemons lead Oxnard (6-4, 6-1) with 35 assists. Nicole Jarvis had 15 kills. Kalene DeGuzman finished with eight kills and eight digs.

Today's coverage

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Here is today's coverage in the Star of Friday night's prep football, complete with a few updates from our reporters on Friday Football Final on KTVA 1520 AM Ventura and HomefieldSports.com:

Marmonte League

Westlake 35, Newbury Park 12:
Westlake has all phases covered by David Lassen in Westlake Village
Moorpark 40, Royal 14: A transfer of power by Loren Ledin in Simi Valley

Simi Valley 34, Agoura 31: Simi Valley ends difficult week by ending losing skid by Joe Curley in Simi Valley

Thousand Oaks 49, Calabasas 9: Lister's 4 TDs lift TO by Rich Romine in Calabasas


Channel League

St. Bonaventure 44, Buena 6:
Buena learns valuable lessons by Bob Buttita in Ventura
Ventura 41, San Marcos 16: Ventura routs San Marcos by Jeffery Dransfeldt in Ventura

Pacific View League

Oxnard 49, Camarillo 0:
Oxnard looks invincible by Derry Eads in Camarillo

Pacifica 35, Hueneme 13: Moraga, Pacifica roll past Hueneme by J.J. Rivera in Oxnard
Channel Islands 23, Rio Mesa 20 (OT): Channel Islands adds to Rio Mesa's frustration by Zachary McVicker in Oxnard

Tri-Valley League

Santa Clara 21, Nordhoff 16:
Wood has the answer by Ted Cotti in Ojai

Oak Park 21, Carpinteria 14: Oak Park rallies from 14-point deficit by Brendan Malloy in Oak Park
Oaks Christian 61, Bishop Diego 0: Oaks Christian routs Bishop Diego by Dan Shiells in Santa Barbara

Frontier League

Malibu 51, Grace Brethren 50:
Grace Brethren falls just short by Ivan Yeo in Moorpark
Fillmore 49, Villanova Prep 6: Fillmore runs by Villanova Prep by Mike Traphagen in Carpinteria
Santa Paula 43, Grant 7: Santa Paula has plenty of ways to get Grant by Lance O'Fallon in Santa Paula


You can listen to Friday Football Final in its entirety here:

Today's coverage

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Click here for the box scores and below, you can find the Star's team coverage from around the Southland Friday night. The audio players will play our recaps from HomefieldSports.com's Friday Night Football Final on KVTA 1520 AM:

Channel League
Long Beach Poly 12, St. Bonaventure 7: And along came Poly by Derry Eads, Rodarte gives offense a chance by Rhiannon Potkey and Loss something to be proud of by David Lassen in Long Beach.
Oxnard 38, Ventura 7: McCowan has it covered by Bob Buttitta in Oxnard.
Buena 17, Hueneme 0: Buena's defense does its part by Jeff Dransfeldt in Ventura.

Dos Pueblos 30, Rio Mesa 22: Another tough loss for Rio Mesa by Zach McVicker in Oxnard.

Marmonte League
Thousand Oaks 35, Agoura 14: T.O. makes big statement by Loren Ledin in Agoura.
Moorpark 45, Simi Valley 14: Moorpark puts on a show by Jim Carlisle in Moorpark.

Newbury Park 23, Royal 21:
Muscarella does it all by Joe Curley in Newbury Park.

Westlake 49, Calabasas 21: Westlake bounces back by Richie Wohlers in Calabasas.

Pacific View League
Oxnard 38, Ventura 7: McCowan has it covered by Bob Buttitta in Oxnard.
Pacifica 38, Santa Barbara 37: Barrera's field goal sparks Pacifica by J.J. Rivera in Oxnard.
Dos Pueblos 30, Rio Mesa 22: Another tough loss for Rio Mesa by Zach McVicker in Oxnard.

Buena 17, Hueneme 0: Buena's defense does its part by Jeff Dransfeldt in Ventura.

Santa Paula 27, Channel Islands 21:
Santa Paula able to hold off late comeback by Ivan Yeo in Santa Paula.

Tri-Valley League
Nordhoff 42, Fillmore 7: Nordhoff overwhelms Fillmore by Ted Cotti in Ojai.
Camarillo 10, Oak Park 7: Bluhm's finishing kick by Brendan Malloy in Oak Park.

Santa Clara 50, Kilpatrick 8: Wood leads Santa Clara by Rich Romine in Oxnard.

Frontier League
Santa Paula 27, Channel Islands 21: Santa Paula able to hold off late comeback by Ivan Yeo in Santa Paula.
Nordhoff 42, Fillmore 7: Nordhoff overwhelms Fillmore by Ted Cotti in Ojai.

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