The Warriors placed third in the Citrus Coast League (CCL) with a record of 5-3-2 and had two players named to first team and two to second team of the All-Citrus Coast League. Seniors Luke Nahooikaika-Anderson and Edgar Mendoza were named to the first team, while junior Jose Jimenez and senior Solomon Nahooikaika-Anderson were named to the second team. Honorable Mention recognition was given to seniors Alberto Arroyo and Mario Jimenez, as well as junior Rafael Lopez.
Although, the young and inexperienced Warriors team finished sixth in the CCL at 0-10, sophomore Hannia Hernandez made second team All-Citrus Coast League. Junior Michelle Alpizar and senior Sallury Hernandez were also named to the Honorable Mention group.
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Carpinteria coach Sergio Castaneda was named Co-CCL Coach of the Year, along with Santa Paula’s Trevor Dasnoit, as the Warriors tied for first with the Cardinals. Carpinteria had three players on the first team and two players named second team All-Citrus Coast League. Freshman Alex Zapata and seniors Jessica Cruz and Sadie Mead were named to the first team; freshman Natalia Perez and sophomore Cassidy Hajducko were put on the second. Honorable Mentions went to freshmen Briana Rodriguez and Piper Clayton, along with senior Amy Perez.
The Warriors finished sixth with a record of 0-9-1 in the CCL, but placed one player, senior Emmelly Santillan of the All-Citrus Coast League second team. Three players, junior Erika Estrada and seniors Yaneli Silva, and Isabel Studt were named Honorable Mention.
The Warriors finished second in the CCL to Hueneme at 7-3. The young squad placed two players each on the first and second All-Citrus Coast League teams. Seniors Noah Nuño and Chris Ramirez were placed on the first team; while, freshman Dylan O’Neill and junior Ian Reed were named to the second. Sophomore Jose Sanchez and junior Luke Nakasone were granted Honorable Mention status. The standout athletes led the Warriors to their best season ever, reaching the CIF semifinals for the first time. As a result, Carpinteria was also invited to the state tournament, where they fell in the first round. The Warriors finished second in the Citrus Coast League, on the to Hueneme with a record of 7-3 and an overall record of 15-15. Nuño made eight of 10 free throws in the closing moments against crosstown rival Cate in the quarterfinals, to help propel his team past the Rams, 51-46 in front of a packed Warriors Gym.