Warriors water polo takes third in Malibu tournament
Warriors fall sports are in full swing, and the Carpinteria cross country squad jumped out for some highly competitive first week action at a Sept. 11 Ojai Cross Country Invitational.
After nearly 700 days without football, the Warriors returned to the friendly confines of Carpinteria Valley Memorial Stadium to take on St. Monica for their first home game of the season.
Carpinteria’s boys water polo team went into the season with high expectations, and in the first week of games, the boys have lived up to the hype, notching two wins against Royal and traditional water polo powerhouse Dos Pueblos.
When 40-year-old John Romais graduated from Carpinteria High in 1999, he competed in cross country and baseball, but it wasn’t until college that he started excelling as an athlete – and now, he has reached the Ironman 70.3 World Championships for the second time in just five years.
After emigrating to Carpinteria from Holland in 1982, Gerald Enthoven found his new home to be a perfect place to continue his passion for biking. The coastal landscape, with its hills and long winding roads is a haven for many cyclists, and nearly 40 years later, Enthoven still doesn’t want…
Carpinteria local and professional surfer Conner Coffin is now ranked among the top five male surfers in the world after qualifying for the World Surf League Finals.
Carpinteria’s Junior Guards competed in the annual “swim-paddle-run” triathlon at Carpinteria State Beach on Wednesday, Aug. 4. The event allows the young lifeguards to test their skills in the ocean and on the sand as they compete for pride and bragging rights against their peers.
Speed wobbles be damned. Carpinteria Skate Foundation has raised over $500,000 since its ceremonial groundbreaking on International Go Skate Day, June 21. At this downhill clip – only $150,000 more needed to build the park – the Carpinteria Skatepark could break ground as soon as this Octobe…
With the school year just weeks away, fall sports are gearing up for a full slate of sports, after a scaled-back athletics schedule during the 2020-2021 school year.
This Monday, the “summer of skating” continues in Carpinteria, with another movie night at the Alcazar Theatre – only this time, the film stars four local skaters who will make their big screen debut at the screening.
Athletes and coaches at local gym and physical training center Empower Fitness have spent the past year working hard, and this summer that hard work has paid off with success in CrossFit and Olympic-level weightlifting.
Many young athletes dream big, but local hooper Brooklyn Shamblin is one of a few teenagers that has the dedication and drive to reach their goals before they even reach high school.
Part of the Carpinteria High School conceptual plan in Measure U – the $90 million general obligation bond passed to address long standing facility, technology and infrastructure needs throughout the district – includes a $4 million dollar upgrade to the school’s gymnasium.
For The Food Liaison’s fourth annual Christmas in July fundraiser, it teamed up with Carp Skate Foundation, which has spent the summer in a final push to make the new skatepark a reality.
After each week of the summer program, Carpinteria’s Junior Lifeguards selects six participants who embody the spirit of the guard and show great sportsmanship and attitude. These Guards of the Week are the “best on the beach” in Carpinteria.
Carpinteria’s adult softball league has started up again, after being forced to cancel a year ago due to Covid-19 restrictions, and the teams representing five local businesses are finding a way to have fun in the sun once again.
Carpinteria Valley Memorial Stadium hosted the second weekend of “All Comer” track and field events on Saturday and Sunday, drawing competitors from all over for a heptathlon and decathlon.
After each week of the summer program, leaders in Carpinteria’s Junior Lifeguards program select six participants who embody the spirit of the guard and show great sportsmanship and attitude. These Guards of the Week are the “best on the beach” in Carpinteria.
Each week, the best and brightest of Carpinteria’s junior lifeguards are chosen for setting the standard with hard work and great attitudes both in the surf and on the sand.
Local announcer, DJ and broadcaster Brad Jay will be the voice heard by millions in a few weeks as he takes the mic for the first-ever Olympic surfing competition on Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach in Japan.
Warriors track and field standout Vincent Rinaldi competed in his final meet of the season, coming dangerously close to reaching the finals of the state championship in the 100 meter.
After a 2020-2021 season where the Covid-19 pandemic forced Carpinteria’s football team to play only two games, the Warriors are gearing up for a return to the field this fall for a full 10-game schedule.
After a modified program in 2021, the Carpinteria Junior Lifeguards program returns this year with its seven-week-long summer session from June 21 to Aug. 6.
Carpinteria played host to yet another notable track and field event on Saturday with the CIF Division 4 Finals at Carpinteria Valley Memorial Stadium.
Carpinteria started its postseason with two consecutive victories in the CIF tournament, starting with a 1-0 pitching duel Wednesday at home against Crossroads.
Carpinteria continued a stellar season in the pool, taking home the boys swimming CIF title after a neck-and-neck meet Saturday that featured both personal and school record-breaking performances.
The Coalition for Sustainable Transportation (COAST) is offering a summer cycling camp in Carpinteria for children ages 10 to 14. The program, a nonprofit organization that helps teach children and teens bike safety skills, will run from June 21 to 25 between 9 a.m. and noon.
The Carpinteria Warriors swimming teams finished their seasons on a high note, with the girls placing second and the boys team winning the Citrus Coast League finals meet last week.
The Carpinteria Warriors visited the Santa Paula Cardinals in the season finale between the two and the Warriors ran away with a 14-4 win. The Warriors scored one point in the first inning only to see the lead evaporate immediately as the Cards tallied four points. Senior right hander Issac …
The much anticipated 101st running of the Russell Cup finally took place on the eve of Mother’s Day 2021. At the 11th hour, Los Angeles County permitted its schools to participate and the skies cleared above – bringing blue skies to Carpinteria High School for the annual track event, a marke…
The Carpinteria swim team visited the Santa Paula Cardinals for their first in-person meet of the season. With excitement brimming at the prospect of real competition, the Warriors were thrilled for the occasion. This emotion translated into many CIF consideration qualifying times throughout…
Experience made the difference on Thursday, April 15 as the Carpinteria Warriors swept crosstown rival Cate in a dual meet in both the boys and girls competitions. With four meets under their belt, the Warriors defeated the Rams in their season opener and had a strong showing in the field ev…