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First year coach Corey Adam and the Carpinteria High School boys basketball team traveled to Santa Barbara to take on rival Bishop Diego on Saturday, Dec. 1, for their first road game of the season. The Warriors battled till the very end but fell short by a score of 57-52. The Cardinals now …

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Like the Warriors girls basketball team, the Carpinteria High School boys basketball team has begun a new era under first-year coach Corey Adam. Following a season opening loss to Foothill Tech a couple of weeks ago, the Warriors hosted Channel Islands on Monday, Nov. 26. Missing three playe…

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The Carpinteria High School football team finished the season 5-5, and had five players named to the Citrus Coast All-League Team as well. Named to the First Team were: senior WR/RB Brady Sturdivan and senior DB Chris Ramirez. Warriors named to the Second Team were seniors: LB Isaac De Alba,…

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Cate School Sports Information Director Dave Soto announced that junior Maya Blattberg was one of 12 players selected to the Division Seven All-CIF Team for Girls volleyball. Blattberg is the only player from Santa Barbara County to be selected to an All-CIF Team.

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Carpinteria High School junior Gabe Medel, who plays three sports for the Warriors, came home Monday, Nov. 26, with the Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table’s Phil Womble Ethics in Sports Award. Medel carries a 3.9 GPA and takes SBCC Dual Enrollment courses. Medel has also found time to be a v…

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The Carpinteria High School boys water polo team finished the season in first-place in the Citrus League with a perfect, 6-0 record. Nordhoff, Hueneme and Fillmore finished second, third and fourth, respectively. The MVP award went to senior Solomon Nahooikaika. Players selected for the Leag…

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At the All-CIF meeting in Los Alamitos on Nov. 21, the Cate School football team, who finished 9-1 overall and reached the quarterfinal round of the playoffs, came away with a multitude of honors. The Eight-man Division One coaches voted on the following Rams for the First Team: senior Jack …

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New Carpinteria High School girls basketball coach Benti De La Cruz and his team made their home debut last Friday (Nov. 16) against longtime Warrior coach Dan Mercer and his Villanova Prep squad. Mercer, who amassed 247 wins during his 19 years as the Carpinteria girls basketball coach, not…

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Cate School, the state’s number-one ranked team in Division-one Eight-man football, took on Desert Christian of Lancaster in the first round of the CIF-SS Playoffs on Friday, Nov. 2, under the lights of Valley Memorial Stadium at Carpinteria High School. The Knights, the third- place entrant…

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The United Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County just wrapped up its second inter-organization season of flag football. The Carpinteria Raiders took home the third/fourth-grade division trophy for the most wins. The Club is now accepting sign-ups for winter basketball, the season st…

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On a sun-scorched day in Ojai, the undefeated Cate Rams took on longtime rival Thacher Toads on Saturday, Oct. 27, in a hard-fought contest. The Rams came out as hot as the day’s temperature and rolled to a 68-30 victory, finishing the regular season at 8-0.

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The Carpinteria High School football team traveled to Nordhoff to play their final game of the year, falling to the Rangers by a score of 38-7. The loss eliminated the Warriors from the CIF playoffs, which will keep the team home for the first time since 2014. Carpinteria finishes 5-5 overal…

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The Carpinteria High School girls tennis team has been on a tear across   the newly formed Citrus Coast League, capturing their first seven matches to start 7-0 and earning the number-one ranking in CIF-Southern Section’s Division Four for a number of weeks. With the senior leadership of Jos…

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On a night when lightning lit up the skies throughout Southern California, the Cate football team kept the scoreboard, or at least their half of it, bright in a 54-9 win at Villanova in Ojai. The win pushes Cate to 6-0. 

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The Cate School football team maintained their perfect record on Saturday, Sept. 22, thanks to a 73-18 win over defending L.A. City Section Champion Animo Robinson. The victory brings Cate to 3-0.

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Hueneme defender David McMillon foiled Carpinteria High School’s attempted comeback with a last-second interception in the end zone, handing the Warriors a 27-20 loss at Valley Memorial Stadium on Friday, Sept. 21. Carpinteria drops to the middle of the pack of the Citrus Coast League with a…

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The Cate School football team dominated from start to finish en route to a resounding 58-7 win over visiting Lancaster Baptist on Saturday, Sept. 15. The team is now 2-0 on the year.

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Carpinteria High School wide receiver/defensive back Brady Sturdivan was one of two south coast athletes honored on Monday, Sept. 10, at the Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table luncheon. Sturdivan shared honors with San Marcos High School cross country runner Madison Funk as Athletes of the W…

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The Carpinteria boys water polo team won the Varsity Division II Conejo Classic Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 8, over the course of three games, defeating Camarillo 10-7, Brentwood 11-9 and Exeter of the Central Valley 12-6.

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Carpinteria athletes Omar Flores, Mitchell Bragg and Kenneth Cunanan competed at the annual Summer Clash on Saturday, Aug. 25 at Precision CrossFit in Agoura Hills. The Clash is a competition for individual athletes with male and female advanced, intermediate and masters divisions.

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Real Carpinteria soccer teams won two division championships in the U9 and U13 age brackets in the Santa Barbara Revolution soccer league. Irma and Beto Padilla are the teams’ founders and main coaches, with assistance from coach Lalo. Real Carpinteria U9 are, from left, in the back row, Irm…

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For the second year in a row, George Manuras Construction captured the City of Carpinteria’s co-ed adult summer softball league upper division championship with a 5-2 win over the Brewers (Island Brewing Co.) on Aug. 30. Surf ’n Suds took the lower division championship with a convincing win…

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The Carpinteria High School football team took their game on the road against north-county rival Santa Ynez in the annual Warrior Spirit-Pirate Pride Game. For the second week in a row, Carpinteria allowed their opponent a two-touchdown lead. Unfortunately, against the Pirates the Warriors f…

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Cate School Head Football Coach Ben Soto begins his 14th year at the helm after helping to bring back eight-man football to the school in 2004 for the first time in decades. With an overall record of 83-37, Soto looks forward to the upcoming season. “I’m excited again … it’s a great bunch of…

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A 28-yard field goal in overtime by Alberto “Tito” Arroyo proved to be the difference, as the Carpinteria High School football team walked away with a 17-14 victory in their home opener on Friday, Aug. 17 against Rancho Alamitos. Down two touchdowns going into the fourth quarter, the Warrior…

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Junior Lifeguards Mia Cox, David Celio, Brett Persoon, Emily Luders, Sky Korling and Riley Caputo were acknowledged July 30 for their hard effort and exceptional attitude during the program.

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The Carpinteria Aquatics Club will offer a free trial Aug. 27 to 31 at the Carpinteria Community Pool, 5305 Carpinteria Ave. The Club has both water polo and swim programs for all members with no extra club dues, and encourages all skill levels of any age to try out any day during practice h…

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Carpinteria High School Athletics will host a fall-sports parent meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 28, at 6 p.m. in the CHS Cafeteria, 4810 Foothill Road. Parents of fall sports participants (football, girls golf, girls tennis, boys water polo, girls volleyball and cross country) are strongly urged t…

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The Santa Barbara Foresters will be bringing back another trophy to its home office on Carpinteria Avenue, as the team of top collegiate baseball players won its seventh National Baseball Congress (NBC) championship with a 6-5 victory over the National Junior College Athletic Association nat…

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The Carpinteria High School football team will play in a new league this season—the Citrus Coast League. Joining them will be Fillmore, Hueneme, Malibu, Nordhoff, Santa Clara and Santa Paula. “No one knows about the League, it’s hard to tell (who will win it) …,” said second-year Carpinteria…

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Cassius Green’s (Lakeith Stanfield) job prospects are not very impressive. Just to get a telemarketing job, Cassius makes up a story about having worked at a bank, puts together a fake “Employee of the Month” award that he proudly props on his knee throughout the interview and even brings in…

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A group of Carpinteria Junior Lifeguards traveled to Coronado, Calif. on July 27 to participate in the California Surf Lifesaving Championships. Distance swimmer and junior guard veteran Alexis Persoon captured first place in the distance swim and third place in the run-swim-run event. She h…

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Hugo Goodfield earned first place on Aug. 4 at the Santa Barbara Fiesta Rodeo at the Earl Warren show grounds, making him a two-time Mutton Busting Champion.  He also broke the arena record for distance traveled and speed. His sheep ran the entire distance across the arena, then took a hard …

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Twelve members of Empower Fitness in Carpinteria participated in The Dynamic Duel competition on Sunday, July 15. The Duel, hosted by Precision CrossFit in Agoura Hills, is a five-division, same sex partner competition. Seventy teams from all over Southern California participated in The Duel…

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Junior Warriors cheerleaders attended the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Dance Academy at Rio Mesa High School in Oxnard recently, learning a dance routine from the professional cheerleaders in a four-hour practice. The Cowboys’ cheerleaders stayed afterwards to sign.

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Rotary Club of Carpinteria Morning sent the Carpinteria Valley Girls Softball League 12U Team off to Nationals with a $1,000 contribution. The team is preparing for their first game with a huge fundraising effort for new uniforms, helmets, gear and travel expenses.

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The Carpinteria High School Boosters Club will hold its August meeting on Monday, Aug. 6, at 6 p.m. in Room F-10 on campus at 4810 Foothill Road. Information will be provided about how the Boosters support all athletic programs and how to become involved, and all Warrior fans are welcome. Th…

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Six-foot-three and 247 pounds at the beginning of his senior season on the Carpinteria High School football team, Nicolas Garcia was a huge presence on the playing field. “Football, I just started playing in middle school, all my friends said, ‘let’s play football, you’re a big guy, you can …

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