Warriors water polo hits three-game win streak
Heavy rain caused complications in last week’s soccer schedule, as Carpinteria’s boys soccer team was scheduled to host Dos Pueblos on Friday, but due to an irrigation malfunction that rendered Carpinteria’s field unusable, the schools agreed instead to host both the boys and girls soccer ma…
Carpinteria girls basketball had a busy week with five games in seven days. The Warriors picked up some quality wins together, led by junior Amarisse Camargo and freshman duo Jamaica Cook and Charlotte Cooney.
Several local youth sports programs have been overachieving recently, with two youth soccer teams finishing their seasons with great success and another girls water polo squad finishing in second place in a very competitive coed league.
Carpinteria kids and their parents met Santa and his “reindeer” – played by Carpinteria High School’s Future Farmers of America goats – over the weekend at the Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center, where kids asked Santa for Christmas gifts and played with his “reindeer” friends. The Santa g…
Carpinteria’s boys and girls basketball teams have both picked up their first wins of the year, and both teams have plenty of upsides to look forward to as they start the long season ahead.
While the world’s best are battling for national pride in Qatar for the 2022 World Cup –which kicked off earlier this week – local soccer stars are also lacing up for their own season openers, with teams from both Carpinteria and Cate taking the field for early season action.
They may be small, but a group of third and fourth graders from Carpinteria played some big-time flag football in Santa Barbara’s Friday Night Lights league, winning the division championship in dramatic fashion and bringing home the trophy in their first year together.
Carpinteria’s girls tennis team finished a successful season at 14-7, following a first-round win and second-round loss in the CIF Division 4 playoffs last week.
It’s playoff season in Carpinteria, and the Warriors’ boys water polo program is postseason ready after rolling through the Citrus Coast League undefeated and claiming the conference championship with one final win over Nordhoff.
It was a drizzly October night at Carpinteria Valley Memorial Stadium for the annual Homecoming game, and Warrior football spirit was in full swing all week – but the visiting Fillmore Flashes were too much for Carpinteria and remained undefeated in the Citrus Coast League with a 41-7 win ov…
Carpinteria’s girls tennis program has caught fire in the second half of the season, rolling through two Citrus Coast League opponents last week with strong all-around play, dominating in both singles and doubles matchups on both days.
Cate’s eight-man football program has been slowly building itself into a powerhouse over the past few years under head coach Ben Soto, who led the team to its first CIF-SS title last year after a dominant 9-1 season. That one loss, a 44-40 heartbreaking thriller that came down to the last mi…
Carpinteria boys’ water polo had a magical season last year – making history with a CIF-SS Division 5 Championship and finishing the year as the SoCal Regional Division 3 runner up – but this year, despite returning with the 2021 CIF Player of the Year Asher Smith and goalie Jacob Taff, the …
After snapping a two-year long, 14-game winning streak against Channel Islands –earning first-year quarterback Talon Trumble Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table Player of the Week honors – the Carpinteria Warriors hosted the Brentwood Eagles, who had cruised through the early part of their se…
The Carpinteria girls volleyball team and new head coach Greg Novak have recovered from two tough five-set losses with back-to-back 3-0 sweeps, finishing 2-2 for the week.
The Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara will host its 30th annual Cancer Center Walk/Run on Oct. 1-16, the organization announced last week. This year, the foundation’s set goal is $100,000; all funds go back to supporting cancer research and patient programs at the Ridley-Tree Cancer Center.
Tennis is front and center of the sports world this week, as the sport’s biggest stars gathered in New York City for the U.S. Open and tennis legend Serena Williams finished her storied career after her 21st appearance in the tournament.
The Warriors took the field for their first home game of the 2022 season on Friday, hosting the visiting Morro Bay Pirates for a matchup, with both teams looking for their first victory of the year.
Visitors far and near flocked to the Carpinteria State Park this weekend for a two-day 2022 Surf ‘n’ Suds affair – Saturday with dozens of brand-name booths carrying all the beer, cider and seltzers the 21+ could drink, and Sunday with an all-ages musical festival. This was the first year th…
Last year may be one of the worst in recent local football memory – with the Warriors finishing winless at 0-10 – but if one thing is true about Carpinteria High School sports, it’s that Warrior Spirit Never Dies, and with a clean slate going into 2022, the team is looking to use those losse…
Cate may not have the deep tradition of Carpinteria High School, but in the past few years, the small private school has built a winning culture and become one of the biggest programs in eight-man football.
After each week of the summer program, Carpinteria’s Junior Lifeguards selects two guards from each group that show great sportsmanship and attitude. Below are the best on the beach for the past two weeks.
After two summers off, Carpinteria’s Mini-Cheer camp returned full force this year with a record-breaking 200 campers attending and capping off their week last Thursday with a big performance at Carpinteria Valley Memorial Stadium.
Carpinteria’s newest coach, Greg Novak, has spent the last two decades coaching volleyball, but he didn’t even “catch the bug” and start playing himself until he was well into his 20s.
Carpinteria’s varsity girls volleyball head coach Greg Novak announced that the program is seeking coaches for the junior varsity and frosh/soph levels. Tryouts for incoming students will be held August 8–9, and tryouts for returning athletes will be August 10–11. For more information, reach…
After each week of the summer program, Carpinteria’s Junior Lifeguards selects two guards from each group that display great sportsmanship and attitude. Below are the best on the beach for the past two weeks.
The all-ages track and field tradition known as Carpinteria’s “All Comers” meet was back in full force Friday, with athletes ranging from age 8 to 74 showing up to test their mettle against each other in at least 17 different events.
After a two-year hiatus, the Carpinteria Competition returned to the beach full force last Friday, with hundreds of Junior Guards competing in races, relays and fun games in front of friends and family.
Every year for the last 12 years, former and current Carpinteria High School cheerleaders and coaches have kept Warrior spirit alive through the summer with Mini Cheer Camp.
Last Thursday, the United Boys & Girls Clubs – Carpinteria Unit honored the 2022 Alumni Hall of Fame inductees with a breakfast celebration hosted by the club’s founder and former director, Rich Medel, and the club’s new director Diana Ornelas.
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.