Carpinteria kicked off the track and field season with the Rincon Relays on Saturday.
The host Warriors won four events on the day. On the boys side, Kyle Millhollin won the 400 meters in his first high school meet. His time was 53.54. Noah Woo took the high jump in a personal best of 6-2 and Xavier DeAlba captured the discus with a mark of 110-09.
Kelsey Drain was Carpinteria’s lone winner for the girls, taking the pole vault with a personal best of 9-6. She finished a close second in the 100 hurdles in 18.79. Nordhoff’s Sierra Palmer won in 18.72.
Santa Ynez, with double winners Amanda Frazier (shot put, discus) and Lexi Borroel (100, 200) won the girls team title 112 points. Nordhoff (62) was second followed by Fillmore (53), Morro Bay (52), Carpinteria (27).
Nordhoff (89) won the boys team title followed by Carpinteria (78 1/2), Morro Bay (59 1/2), Santa Ynez (56) and Fillmore 48.