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Sam Truax Receives Scholar-Athlete of Year Award for Carpinteria High

November 29, 2016 by Noozhawk

“Sam is the epitome of what's right with student athletes and what's great about Carpinteria High School,” Bryant said. “He is involved in so many academic clubs, school clubs, sports and muses. He puts his best effort in everything he does and is ...

Future Farmers receive donations from Carpinteria Avocado Festival

October 10, 2016 by KEYT

KEYTThousands of people celebrated a popular fruit this weekend at the 30th annual California Avocado Festival in Carpinteria. Many of the proceeds from vendors and booth fees will help the Future Farmers of America program at Carpinteria High School.

Carpinteria Announces New Basketball Coaches

May 24, 2016 by Noozhawk

Carpinteria High School proudly announced that it has filled vacancies atop the boys' and girls' basketball programs. Jon Wyers will take the helm of the boys' program while Amy Bryant will step up to lead the Lady Warriors. "I would like to thank the ...

Long-time Carpinteria Girls Basketball Coach Dan Mercer Resigns

March 30, 2016 by Noozhawk

Carpinteria athletic director Pat Cooney called Mercer "an important promoter of girls in sports and a vital part of Carpinteria High School athletics over the past two decades. "He has acted as a professional coach from his first day at Carpinteria ...

Taira is Carpinteria High's Scholar-Athlete of Year

November 16, 2015 by Presidio Sports

Bryan Taira was named the Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table Scholar-Athlete of the Year from Carpinteria High School on Monday. Taira plays tennis and soccer for the Warriors in addition to his host of other academic and leadership activities. The ...

Carpinteria High's Jimenez Football Legacy

November 5, 2015 by Santa Barbara Independent

Santa Barbara IndependentTim Jimenez Jr. could have stayed in Vegas, a city teeming with very big and very fast young men, and perhaps he'd be playing football with them on a powerful high school team. But that would have defied more than 60 years of tradition in Carpinteria ...

Achieving Greatness

October 29, 2015 by The UCSB Current

The UCSB CurrentMany California high school students don't realize their dream of a university education is only as far as their local University of California campus. Representatives from UC and UC Santa Barbara brought this fact to students at Carpinteria High ...

Carpinteria Football Showing Improvement

September 15, 2015 by KEYT

KEYTCARPINTERIA, Calif. - Don't let the record or the lopsided scores fool you, Carpinteria High School football is still expecting a good 2015 season. The Warriors lost 42-0 in week one to Santa Ynez but showed improvement before falling to Nipomo 31-12 ...

Dispensing College Knowledge

October 9, 2014 by The UCSB Current

The UCSB CurrentEAOP is a pre-college prep program sponsored by the University of California. The UCSB program currently serves seven high schools and more than 1,000 students from Fillmore to Oxnard and Bakersfield to Carpinteria. This fall, EAOP added three schools ...

Photos: Malibu High Girls Basketball vs. Carpinteria

January 30, 2014 by Malibu Times

Malibu TimesKaren Sanchez tosses an assist to help close a 10-point gap between Carpinteria and Malibu High School last Thursday. ... The Malibu High School Varsity girls basketball team played against Carpinteria High School last Thurs., Jan. 23 at home. The team ...

Carpinteria High readies to honor new Hall of Fame class

November 4, 2013 by Presidio Sports

Presidio SportsCarpinteria-Warriors-Logo The five new inductees to Carpinteria High School's Athletic Hall of Fame will be honored at halftime of this Friday's football game against Oak Park. A banquet the following day will be held at the Carpinteria Boys & Girls Club.

Carpinteria Residents Take a Hike on Newly Reopened Franklin Trail

November 2, 2013 by Noozhawk

NoozhawkWalking with her beagle on a leash down a gravel path, Antonia Robertson was one of about 100 people who showed up Friday afternoon to check out the Franklin Trail in Carpinteria. The trail, which winds around Carpinteria High School and through a ...

Carpinteria High School announces new Athletic Hall of Fame inductees

September 26, 2013 by Presidio Sports

Carpinteria High School has announced five new inductees into the Warriors' Athletic Hall of Fame who will be honored at halftime of Carpinteria's November 8 game and at a banquet the following day. ... The 2013 inductees are: Kevin Purcell and Peter ...

Carpinteria High School opens boys varsity soccer coaching position

September 3, 2012 by Presidio Sports

Carpinteria High School is looking for a new boys soccer coach to fill the position for this year. The school is accepting applications starting on September 10 through September 21. Those interested should pick up a job description and application at ...

Winter Winners

March 9, 2011 by Santa Barbara Independent

Santa Barbara IndependentAlso on Saturday, John Ward, a longtime boys basketball coach at Bishop Diego and Carpinteria high schools, was posthumously inducted into the Southern California Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Ward died of cancer last ...

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