About the Camarillo RoadRunners

The Camarillo Roadrunner Youth Football Program is a volunteer, non-profit organization that provides the student athletes in Camarillo with an age-appropriate youth football and cheerleading program. We will promote the values of responsibility, commitment, sportsmanship and teamwork in a safe and positive athletic environment. Our program provides for the development of good football and cheer fundamentals through the leadership and guidance of qualified instruction. Our goal is to help create years of memories and friendships and to support our young athletes as they grow towards becoming responsible young adults in our community.

 

The Camarillo Roadrunners was founded in 1968 by Bill Hebert-President, Dennis Freeman, Clyde & Grace Dawson, Jack Young, Bob Coffman, Shing Yabu, Jack Sengbusch and Art Pena.

It was first part of the Continental League and there were 5 teams – Pee Wee, Mitey Mite White, Mitey Mite Gold, Midgets & Jr. Bantam. In 1971 the Gremlin’s were added.

By 1976 the Roadrunners had won Continental League Champs, Poinsettia Bowl Champions, Ventura County Youth Athletic Conference Champions, Division Champions, and 6 League Championships. From 1978-1983 more titles were obtained including Co-County Champions, 6 County Champions, Conference, & 2 League Champions. In 1981 The Roadrunners received the Sportsmanship Award.

Their home games and practices have been at Adolfo Camarillo High School for over 45 years. They have made an extra effort to work together with the staff at ACHS and appreciate their continued support of our program.