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Oaks Christian, St. Bonaventure move to new league

Northern Area high school athletic directors passed a proposal to move Oaks Christian into a new league for all sports and create another league that … [Read more...]

Press Luncheon: Some teams not ready to turn the page yet

Current SBART president Rich Hanna, left, with Santa Barbara Bank & Trust's Randy Weiss

Monday's Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table press luncheon, the last of the 2012-13 school year, was about turning a new page at the last weekly … [Read more...]

Quintero named boys soccer coach at Carpinteria

Carpinteria High alum Leonardo Quintero has been named the school's new boys soccer coach," Athletic Director Pat Cooney announced on … [Read more...]

Sports Volunteer of the Month: Carpinteria’s Bill Swing

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High school athletes have it made in Carpinteria. Besides receiving quality coaching, they have their own personal photographer. Whether you’re … [Read more...]

Local football teams in winning mode


There was a positive vibe at Harry's Cafe on Monday after local football teams went 5-2 over the weekend. "Winning isn't everything but it … [Read more...]

Warriors season ends with 1-0 thriller at Malibu

The Carpinteria baseball team was inches away from forcing extra innings, but ended up losing 1-0 at Malibu. The loss means Malibu will qualify for … [Read more...]

Kei puts in work to become a golfing success story at UCSB

Westmont's Coby Cress, left, received the Warriors' Scholar-Athlete of the Year award on Monday. Cress, left, is seated with UCSB golfer Kai Kita and UCSB coach Steve Lass.

The story of hard work paying off is the story of senior Kei Kita’s golf career at UCSB. A walk-on four years ago, Kita played in just one … [Read more...]

Warriors drop extra-innings heartbreaker

The Carpinteria High baseball team lost 2-1 in a 10-inning marathon of a game to Oaks Christian on Wednesday. "I could not be more proud of the … [Read more...]

Warriors run with confidence at GSAC Championships

Members of the Dos Pueblos swimming teams, including Athlete of the Week Alex Valente, far left, at Monday's luncheon.

Westmont track and field coach Russell Smelley was in a perfect spot to witness a breakthrough for one his runners at last Saturday’s GSAC … [Read more...]

Warriors bested by Grace Brethren

The Carpinteria baseball team was unable to complete a sweep against Grace Brethren and lost at 6-1 to its Tri-Valley League opponent. "We did such … [Read more...]

Late rally not enough for Warriors

The Carpinteria High baseball team fell just short of a comeback victory in its road game against Oak Park on Friday, but lost 7-6. The Warriors … [Read more...]

Ten-run sixth does trick for Warriors

Carpinteria High's baseball team scored 10 runs in the sixth inning on Wednesday and needed every penny of it. The Warriors came from behind to … [Read more...]