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Cassidy Hadjucko covers the floor as the Lady Warriors sweep Providence.

 

Carpinteria High School

Boys water polo

   September 3 – The Carpinteria High School boys water polo team dropped a match to Thousand Oaks by a score of 21–9. Senior Gabe Medel scored three goals and sophomore Beau Persoon scored a goal in the early going. The Warriors fall to 1-1 on the year and will compete in Conejo Tournament on Friday and Saturday. 

   September 6 and 7 – The Carpinteria High School boys water polo team competed in the Conejo Tournament over the weekend. The Warriors won the first match because of a forfeit by Calabasas. They then took on Oxnard and came out of the pool with a 9-7 win. In the third match, Carpinteria was on the wrong end of a 9-7 match, falling to Alemany. And in the final match, they lost to Moorpark, 22-13, finishing 2-2 for the tournament.    

Girls tennis 

   August 29 – The Carpinteria High School girls tennis team dropped a non-league match to Pacifica of Oxnard, 10-8. Emma Lapidus led the Warriors by going 3-0 in singles. Sydney Endow went 1-2, Jeannette Carrillo/Zahra Porinsh went 2-1, as did Mercy Torres/Lexi Persoon during the match. “This was a great opening match for us as most of the players were able to get their first varsity action in, and actually about half were getting their first tennis action in,” said Warriors coach Charles Bryant. “Both doubles teams played well against the veteran Triton teams, I was happy with how we played and competed.” 

   September 3 – The Carpinteria High School girls tennis team traveled to Dos Pueblos and lost a non-league match against the Division–Two Chargers, 13-5. “Again, we were led by Emma Lapidus who went 2-1 in singles, winning her matches by a fairly wide margin,” said Warriors coach Charles Bryant.  Sydney Endow went 1-2, and in doubles, Abbie Delwiche/Natalia Perez also 1-2 on the day, as did Jeannette Carrillo/Mercy Torres.  

   September 5 – The Carpinteria High School girls tennis team notched their first win of the season, beating Cabrillo of Lompoc in a non-league match, 9-9, and 72-69 in games to capture the tiebreaker. “Although they did not win their sets, Xochitl Moctezuma and Abbie Delwiche/Natalia Perez each picked up valuable games in that last round that put us over the top,” said Warriors coach Charles Bryant. In doubles, Jeannette Carrillo/Zahra Porinsh went 3-0 and came back from a 2-5 deficit in their last round to pull out a 7-5 win. “In singles, Emma Lapidus continued her winning ways going 3-0 and only dropping two games on the day,” added Bryant. Sydney Endow also swept and only dropped two games. Carpinteria is now 1-2 overall and will be on the road against Division-Two Thacher on Thursday, Sept. 12.

Girls volleyball

   September 4 – The Carpinteria High School girls volleyball team competed against Chaminade, falling to the Eagles in straight sets, three games to none. Starting outside hitter, Number–two Malia Shellabarger helped Carpinteria with five kills and two aces. Starting outside, Number–nine Sadie Mead also provided seven kills for the Warriors. Libero Number–14 Emily Montoya yielded 12 digs in the back row. “Chaminade was well–equipped on all fronts, played consistent and never looked back,” said Warriors coach Dino Garcia. Carpinteria’s overall record is now, 2–2. 

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