Your Neighbor in Real Estate: Friday Night Lights for Ventura HS, Buena High School, St. Bonaventure High School

Friday Night Lights for Ventura HS, Buena High School, St. Bonaventure High School

 

 

Friday Night Lights for Ventura HS, Buena High School, St. Bonaventure High School

Football Helmet and ballNothing says Back to School and Autumn better than you your local high school's football games. Not only are the games entertaining, it is where the kids can meet safely, booster clubs can raise money for their local athletics and the community can show their support.

You don't have to have a current high schooler to go out and support your local team. Try it! You might really enjoy it!

I have compiled the varsity  schedules for these schools:  Oxnard High School, Pacifica High School, Rio Mesa H.S, Camarillo H.S., Hueneme HS, Channel Islands HS, Ventura, Buena, and St. Bonaventure H.S.


Ventura HS Football Schedule


Buena HS Football


St Bonaventure HS Football Schedule

If you are interested in learning more about Ventura County Real Estate and are looking for an Oxnard Real Estate Agent contact one that knows the score. Call me!

Schedule  for Oxnard HS, Rio Mesa HS, Pacifica HS.      
Schedule for Channel Isl HS. Hueneme HS   
Schedule for Camarillo High School




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Comment balloon 1 commentSandy Acevedo • August 28 2011 04:26AM

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