After each week of the summer program, Carpinteria’s Junior Lifeguards selects two participants from each group who embody the spirit of the guards. These Guards of the Week are the “best on the beach” in Carpinteria.
A huge part of the Carpinteria athletic tradition, from youth to high school sports, is the deeply ingrained idea that athletes should always be great people first and foremost. Keeping that tradition, Carpinteria Mavericks Athletics has been developing not only good players, but great sport…
Carpinteria Valley Little League’s Junior Padres finished a dominating season with a thrilling come-from-behind victory over the Saticoy White Sox to claim the District 63 North Championship. This is the first time a junior division team from CVLL has ever won the district championship.
On Monday, Carpinteria’s beaches were packed with excited kids, eager to spend the next few weeks in the summer sun learning about marine safety and getting in beach workouts with the Jr. Lifeguards Program.
As Carpinteria’s Class of 2022 prepares to don their caps and gowns to celebrate the end of their high school careers, we take a look back at this year’s senior student athletes who lived out the school motto of “Warrior Spirit Never Dies” during their time on the field, the court or in the pool.
After a monster freshman season at Oaks Christian – earning Miramonte League and all-state honors along with a CIF-SS Division 3A Girls Basketball Championship – Carpinteria local Brooklyn Shamblin was one of 40 student athletes to get the exclusive invite to the USA Basketball U17 Team Trials.
Four of Carpinteria’s senior student athletes signed National Letters of Intent during a Signing Day celebration last Friday, and will continue their athletic careers after graduation.
After a magical season, the Carpinteria Warriors fell just short of a CIF Division 5 boys volleyball championship, but the team can feel proud of a historic season – reaching further in the playoffs than any others before them. No Carpinteria team had ever made it to the finals in the CIF So…
The top-ranked Carpinteria boys volleyball squad has been riding their end-of-season momentum full speed, roaring through the playoffs to reach the CIF Southern Section Division 5 Championships.
The top-ranked Carpinteria boys volleyball’s senior-led squad has built on their regular season success with back-to-back CIF Division 5 playoff victories over Santa Monica and Fontana.
Carpinteria boys tennis has found its stroke this season, with coach Charles Bryant leading the team to a 14-4 overall record and an outright Citrus Coast League championship.
After two years of scaled back competition due to Covid-19, Carpinteria’s Russell Cup returned to full-form this year, with more than 800 athletes representing 43 schools coming to town to compete in one of the area’s biggest track and field events.
Carpinteria has become a force in water sports recently, with the Warriors reaching the playoffs in both boys and girls water polo earlier this year. The swim program has already found early success this year, and hosted traditional swimming power Santa Barbara last week for a dual meet to t…
Carpinteria’s boys tennis team, led by coach Charles Bryant, has caught fire recently, winning three straight before Spring Break and returning to the court strong last week with three more wins, including beating traditional tennis power Santa Barbara.
Carpinteria’s baseball team got back into the swing of things with two late-week spring break games, hosting the Santa Ynez Pirates and Cabrillo Conquistadores on Thursday and Friday, respectively.
Carpinteria has put together a string of impressive wins on the volleyball court, and midway through the season the Warriors are already 8-2, not counting tournament play, and an undefeated 3-0 in league.
Smoky barbecue filled the air at El Carro Park on Saturday, March 5, when hundreds of people gathered at the Carpinteria Valley baseball field to celebrate the opening day of the city’s little league. Volunteers, players and parents jumped at the opportunity to begin the season, after two ye…
The Warriors boys volleyball squad has played a solid season in the first few weeks and continued that success with another busy week of games, starting with a four-set Citrus Coast League victory over Malibu followed by a competitive run into the championship round of a 30-team tournament o…
Earlier this month, local youth swam 117,200 yards (about 67 miles) to raise funds for the Carpinteria Aquatics Club in the swim-a-thon. Thus far, swimmers have raised $8,168 toward their $10,000 goal to pay for new equipment and fund scholarships for those in need. To donate, stop by the po…
After falling to Malibu to open league play, Carpinteria baseball got back into the swing of things with two big Citrus Coast League wins back-to-back, over Hueneme and Fillmore.
Warriors’ past and present collided with a fun weekend of alumni athletics, as the old guard suited up to face this year’s Carpinteria High School varsity baseball and track athletes.
As March approaches, the seasons change, and it’s time for a new wave of Warriors athletics. Carpinteria High School softball kicked off its year at home with a victory over Santa Barbara.
Carpinteria High School’s girls water polo squad had a magical run in the 2021-2022 season. They cinched the Citrus Coast League Championship with a perfect 8-0 league record – finally getting a win over Santa Ynez when it mattered most in the first round of the Division 4 CIF Playoffs, befo…
Carpinteria faced Santa Ynez for the third time this year in the first round of the CIF playoffs, and were able to finally defeat the one team that eluded them all year to advance to the second round. Santa Ynez beat Carpinteria in both of their regular season matchups by one goal each time,…
Carpinteria’s girls water polo team has made it through the whirlwind end of the regular season winning nine out of 10 games played over the last two weeks, including a big victory over Santa Paula on Senior Day.
The Warriors athletic community showed up to Carpinteria High School’s freshly refurbished gymnasium on Friday, Jan. 28, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic Title IX legislation, which opened the door for women in sports when it was passed in 1972.
Carpinteria girls water polo is hitting its stride at the perfect time, with the team picking up three straight wins just as Citrus Coast League play begins.
This past weekend, surfers flocked to the Queen of the Coast for the 40th annual Channel Islands Surfboards Rincon Classic. The Rincon Beach event is produced by Carpinteria-based company, Surf Happens.