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Carpinteria High School

Carpinteria High School is a high school located in Carpinteria, carpinteria warriors football, California. Located adjacent to the foothills on the edge of the Carpinteria Valley, it is the only public high school in Carpinteria and serves a student body of approximately 600 students in grades 9-12.

Activities[edit]

Carpinteria High School has many different clubs and societies available to students, including the California Scholastic Federation, Youth Wellness Connection club, Carpinteria warriors football Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (MEChA), ASB Leadership, American Sign Language, Spanish Club, Environmental Club, Mock Trial, GSA, Interact Club, Eco Club, Red Cross Club, Friday Night Live, and Junior State of America, a debate team, carpinteria warriors football. The school also houses the Carpinteria FFA chapter, which opens opportunity for mechanics classes, livestock ownership, attendance at FFA conventions, and FFA leadership positions.

Athletics[edit]

Carpinteria High School athletic teams are nicknamed the Warriors. The school is a charter member of the Citrus Coast League, a conference within aritzia wilfred jumpsuit CIF Southern Section (CIF-SS) that was established in 2018. Prior to that, Carpinteria was part of the Tri-County Athletic Association.[1]

The football program holds the CIF-SS record of 66 consecutive league wins without a loss. The program has also captured the CIF-SS championship six times, carpinteria warriors football. Carpinteria High School's football team defeated Moorpark High School in 52 consecutive games — a national high school record — in a streak that ended in 1997, carpinteria warriors football. Carpinteria 2001 graduate Chris Gocong won the Buchanan Award as the outstanding defensive carpinteria warriors football in D-l FCS football while playing for Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Gocong was a member of the Philadelphia Eagles and the Cleveland Browns in the National Football League.

In 2018, the Carpinteria boys' soccer team won the CIF-SS championship for the second time in school history (the first was in 1999) and won the CIF State Southern California regionals in Division 6 over Rubidoux High School, which is Carpinteria's first regional champion win in program history.

The track and field program has also enjoyed notable success, winning two CIF-SS championships in Divisions 1A and IV and 36 Tri-Valley League titles in the boys division. Carpinteria's track is also home to one of California's largest track meets, the Russell Cup. The 100th Russell Cup was held on April 13, 2019. Though among the smallest high schools in Santa Carpinteria warriors football County, Carpinteria has produced more individual California State Champions (4) than any other county high school.

Other sports offered at Carpinteria include basketball, baseball, soccer, tennis, carpinteria warriors football, golf, volleyball, softball, swimming, and water polo.

Performing arts[edit]

For years Carpinteria High School was and still is home to a musical theatre class, carpinteria warriors football, aptly named Muses, through which students are able to learn performance skills and participate in a musical show second semester, and a play the first semester. Other performing arts options include marching band in the fall, concert band in the spring, jazz band, and choir.

Mascot controversy[edit]

The Carpinteria Warriors mascot is depicted as a Native American, and it has given rise to concerns that it perpetuates stereotypes against the Native American people. During the 2006-2007 school year, a Native American student raised this concern to the school board.[2] In April 2007, the board made the decision to remove all Native American imagery from the school, but was met with public outcry.[3] Some members of the community did not feel there was significant polling done prior to making the change. In March 2009, the school board partially overturned their decision with a 3-2 vote.[4] The mascot remained, but some of the floormats and imagery in the school were removed.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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CAMPAIGN STOPS
Sept. 10Morro Bay7:30 p.m.
Sept. 17Kilpatrick7:30 p.m.
Sept. 24at Santa Ynez7:30 p.m.
Oct. 1*Bishop Diego7:30 p.m.
Oct. 8*Nordhoff7:30 p.m.
Oct. 15*at Carpinteria warriors football Park7:30 p.m.
Oct. 22*Santa Paula7:30 p.m.
Oct. 29*at Oaks Christian7:30 p.m.
Nov. 5Santa Clara7:30 p.m.
Nov. 12*at Fillmore7:30 p.m.
* Tri-Valley League game


Laying it all on the line can be a very good thing
TARGONI, KARR WILL LEAD THE WAY IN THE TRENCHES

Everything's on the line as far as Carpinteria football is concerned.

In other words, the Warriors will go as far as their formidable offensive line will carry them.

"This is a line to be noted," said Carpinteria head coach John Hazelton.

Led by returning seniors Chris Targoni and Brett Karr, who Hazelton calls "Division 1 kind of guys," Carpinteria hopes to exploit its polished offensive line to make up for some green talent carpinteria warriors football at the skill positions.

"I'd prefer the inexperience to be with the skill kids, because carpinteria warriors football they usually fit in naturally," said Hazelton, carpinteria warriors football, entering his second year as head coach.

"Realistically, the way the line kids are playing both on offense and defense is cause enough for optimism."

Last year, Carpinteria reversed a 1-4 start to a 7-6 overall campaign (3-3 Tri-Valley League) that reached the Division 11 semifinals. china soccer kit 2018 The Warriors return 11 starters from that team.

Hazelton gushed about Targoni and Karr, both of whom he said are also outstanding students.

"They're wonderful big guys to have around," he said. "They're phenomenal leaders. They match their playing ability with their carpinteria warriors football ability. They are a joy to coach."

OFFENSE: Besides Targoni and Karr, carpinteria warriors football, returning seniors Alan Chierici and Chris Abbott are standouts on the offensive line. Abbott, who has grown to 6-6, 250 pounds, will play next to Targoni (6-3, 220).

HISTORICAL bob and brian golf outing 2017 FACTS

CARPINTERIA HIGH ALL-TIME TEAM LEADERS

Rushing

• Yards in a game: 297 Sean Lohse, 1991
• Yards in a season: 1,661 Ryan Gocong, 1998
• Yards in a career: 2,623 Ryan Gocong, 1997-98
• Touchdowns in a career: 33 Coley Candaele, 1987-89

Passing

• Yards in a game: 332 Tyler Whitney, carpinteria warriors football • Yards in a season: 2,978 Tyler Whitney, 1986
• Yards in a carpinteria warriors football 4,369 Coley Candaele, 1987-89
• Touchdowns in a career: 57 Henry Gonzales, 1978-79

Receiving

• Receptions in a season: 67 Jerry Hamilton, 1979
carpinteria warriors football • Receptions in a career: 98 Ben Scott, 1996-98
• Yards in a season: 1,168 Ray Martinez, 1986
• Yards in a career: 1,704 Ben Scott, 1996-98
• TD receptions in a season: 22 Jerry Hamilton, 1979
• TD receptions in a career: 22 Jerry Hamilton, 1979

THE carpinteria warriors football CAMPAIGN STAFF

NO.PLAYERPOS.HT.WT.YR
2Andrew CamposRB/LB6-017010
3Luis MirandaWR/DB5-916012
4Russell AllenRB/LB5-716511
5Vincent JimenezRB/LB5-616510
7Tim RileyQB/S5-1017510
8Steven BrantinghamQB/LB6-017511
9Matt BrennenRB/LB5-816012
12Rigo RamirezK/LB6-020012
20Jorge VegaTE/LB5-91609
21Victor SkidmoreWR/DB5-1016011
22Marshall ThompsonWR/S5-916010
23Chris FlahertyWR/DB5-816511
30Will LevinsonTE/LB6-018512
32Jacob RuizTE/DL6-221511
33Fredy JulianFB/LB5-1121511
34Emanuel SaragosaTE/DL5-1017012
43Keoki SchnackenbergRB/S5-1016512
47Gerardo GuzmanRB/LB5-1017512
52Michael BorrelloOL/DL5-821512
54Michael ArellanoOL/DL6-023011
56Shawn CollinsOL/DL5-1120012
60Rolando ArambulaOL/DL6-026011
63Fernando MorenoOL/DL5-1123011
66Manuel HernandezOL/DL5-821011
67Chris TargoniG/LB6-222012
70David GutierrezOL/DL5-1026511
73Chris AbbottOL/DL6-626012
74John Blake-LobbOL/DL5-1122011
77Brett KarrOL/DL6-326012
78Alan ChiericiOL/DL6-325512
80David SchneiderTE/LB6-022012
82Eddie LanderosWR/DB5-1116512
Kolby CastilloWR/DB5-1116010

"Stay behind those guys and don't take chances would be the smart thing to do," said Hazelton.

The line will be asked to protect an inexperienced backfield. "If you had seasoned guys carpinteria warriors football this line, you'd be touting this team as a CIF contender," said Hazelton.

Three weeks before the Warriors' season carpinteria warriors football on Sept. 10 at home against Morro Bay, Hazelton still hadn't decided on his starting quarterback. The candidates are junior Steven Brantingham and sophomore Tim Riley. Both were on the JV team a year ago.

Hazelton described Brantingham and Riley as "very contrasting guys." Brantingham is the "steady, carpinteria warriors football, even-tempered, efficient" carpinteria warriors football type, while Riley is "emotional, makes magic things happen."

One or both carpinteria warriors football them will direct the traditional Warrior veer offense bent on ball control, although Hazelton added that it will be "a little more exotic."

To fill the shoes of departed all-TVL Joel Carty, who was a running back playing at the QB position, senior Keoki Schnackenberg and sophomore Vincent Jimenez are competing for the lead tailback role. Schnackenberg "is a very fast guy, a 4.5 40 guy," said Hazelton, while Jimenez filled in at tailback during the playoffs last year because of injuries.

Junior Fredy Julian, the team's second-leading ground gainer behind Carty last season, returns at fullback.

The Warriors don't throw the ball much. But when they do, returnee carpinteria warriors football Luis Miranda and sophomores Marshall Thompson and Kolby Castillo figure to be on the receiving end.

Rigo Ramirez, a member of Carpinteria soccer team that reached the CIF finals last year, returns as the placekicker. He also may see some action at tight end, competing with returner David Schneider and Jacob Ruiz.

DEFENSE: Hazelton said that his defense "is pretty wide open at all positions." Targoni and Karr, of course, are guaranteed spots.

Targoni will move back to the inside linebacker position where he started last season only to be moved to defensive end to make better use of overall personnel.

Karr (6-3, 260) is a three-year starter on the defensive line who started on the CIF championship team two years ago.

Senior Mike Borrello has the inside line on the nose guard spot. Junior Fernando Moreno, carpinteria warriors football, Chierici and Abbott are also in the mix.

At linebacker, junior Russell Allen, senior Will Levinson, Schneider and Ramirez are looking for playing time alongside Targoni. Sophomore Andrew Campos figures as a starter either at linebacker or safety, said Hazelton.

As far as the rest of the secondary goes, returning seniors Luis Miranda and Eddie Landeros with be counted on, carpinteria warriors football. Either Brantingham or Riley will start in the secondary if they don't start at QB. Castillo should see some action at one of the corner spots.

"On defense we have to mature," said Hazelton. "We'll have to stop the run up front with our line and Targoni, our big guy at linebacker."

— Chic Perkins

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HEAD FOOTBALL COACH 1975-89
CIF Champions 1975, 1987, 1988, 1989
CIF Finalists 1979, 1986
9 TVL Championships


HEAD BASEBALL COACH 1969-78, 1981
CIF Champions 1974
3 TVL Championships


HEAD TRACK & FIELD COACH 1979-80
2 TVL Championships


ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 1980-86


PRINCIPAL 2000-02


Instrumental in Creation of
Carpinteria Valley Memorial Stadium


CIF, UCSB & SBART Hall of Fames

  The son of Italian immigrants, Lou Panizzon is a first-generation Carpinterian and life-long resident carpinteria warriors football the community. A 1959 graduate of Carpinteria High School, Lou was a three-sport athlete for the Warriors, competing in football, basketball and baseball. He later became a coach at Carpinteria High School, leading the Warriors to multiple league and CIF titles, and more importantly, instructing, guiding and mentoring many CHS alumni.

As an athlete, carpinteria warriors football, Lou lettered in football, basketball and baseball at Carpinteria High School The leading hitter on the 1959 baseball team, he was named All-Frontier Third Base that season. He quarterbacked the Warriors for the 1957 and 1958 seasons, carpinteria warriors football, although injuries shortened both of his seasons.

After graduating from high school, Lou attended UCSB, graduating in 1965 with a degree in Physical Education. In 1966 he enlisted in the United States Army. He graduated from Officers Candidate School in 1967 and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant. Lou served in Vietnam with the 1st Infantry Division as an infantry platoon leader where he was wounded by friendly fire. He was awarded an Army Commendation Medal, Purple Heart and a Bronze Star for Valor. Under the GI Bill, he earned his Master of Arts in Education from UCSB in 1974.

In 1969, Lou was hired by Superintendent Bill Carty as a history and physical education teacher and coach at Carpinteria High School. He worked for the Carpinteria School District for 33 years, serving various roles including teacher, carpinteria warriors football, Dean of Students, Athletic Director, Counselor, Assistant Principal and ultimately Principal. He also led the capital campaign to build the new Carpinteria Valley Memorial Stadium.

On the athletic front, Lou coached football, baseball and track & field at various times during his career. As head Track & Field Coach in 1979 and 1980, the school won two Tri-Valley League titles. His baseball teams won three consecutive Tri-Valley League titles from 1972 to 1974 and won the school’s first ever CIF Championship in 1974, with a 19-5-1 record. In 1975, the Warriors won the first of four CIF Championships in football under Lou’s leadership. The next three would come in 1987, 1988 and 1989. Lou’s football teams also made it to the CIF finals in 1979 and 1986. During his 15 years as head Football Coach, Lou’s teams compiled a record of 133-43-2, carpinteria warriors football nine Tri-Valley League Championships. He was also named the Co-Head Coach of the Shrine All Star Football Game in 1980.

Lou was inducted into the UCSB Hall of Fame for Athletic Achievement in 1974. He received CIF Coach of the Year honors for football in his division in 1987, 1988 and 1989, was named Small Schools State Coach of the Year by CalHi Sports carpinteria warriors football 1987 and was awarded the CIF Hall of Fame Award in 2002. Lou was also named Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table Coach of the year four times and was inducted into the SBART Hall of Fame in 1992. In 2000, Lou was awarded the prestigious Clare Van Hoorebeke Award by the Southern California Coaches Association, a great honor bestowed upon him by his coaching peers.

Lou retired from coaching after the 1989 football season carpinteria warriors football from the Carpinteria Unified School District in 2002. He served on the Carpinteria-Summerland Fire Protection District Board for 17 years and is currently serving as a board member for the Carpinteria Unified School District. He has been married to his wife Susie for 39 years. They have two children, Christie and Matthew, and two grandchildren, Kate and Charlotte Cooney.

 
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2021-2022 SCHEDULE

regular seasonopponenttime/resultW-L (League)game type
regular seasonresult
Aug. 28, 2021Aug. 28

@

Morro Bay

Morro Bay

@

Morro Bay

Morro Bay

L0-380-1 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Sep. 04, 2021Sep. 04

vs

St. Monica

St. Monica

vs

St. Monica

St. Monica

L17-190-3 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Sep. 04, 2021Sep. 04

vs

St. Monica

St. Monica

vs

St. Monica

St. Monica

2:00am0-3 (0-0)Non LeaguePREVIEW
Sep. 04, 2021Sep. 04

vs

St. Monica

St. Monica

vs

St. Monica

St. Monica

L17-190-3 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Sep. 10, 2021Sep. 10

vs

Channel Islands

Channel Islands

vs

Channel Islands

Channel Islands

L0-330-5 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Sep. 10, 2021Sep. 10

vs

Channel Islands

Channel Islands

vs

Channel Islands

Channel Islands

L0-330-5 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Sep. 18, 2021Sep. 18

@

Brentwood School

Brentwood School

@

Brentwood School

Brentwood School

L0-450-6 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Sep. 19, 2021Sep. 19

@

Brentwood School

Brentwood School

@

Brentwood School

Brentwood School

2:00am0-6 (0-0)Non LeaguePREVIEW
Sep. 25, 2021Sep. 25

vs

Mission Prep

Mission Prep

vs

Mission Prep

Mission Prep

L0-510-7 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Oct. 02, 2021Oct. 02

vs

Viewpoint

Viewpoint

vs

Viewpoint

Viewpoint

L12-340-8 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Oct. 09, 2021Oct. 09

@

Fillmore

Fillmore

@

Fillmore

Fillmore

L0-600-9 (0-1)LeagueDETAILS
Oct. 16, 2021Oct. 16

vs

Nordhoff

Nordhoff

vs

Nordhoff

Nordhoff

L0-480-10 (0-2)LeagueDETAILS
Oct. 23, 2021Oct. 23

@

Hueneme

Hueneme

@

Hueneme

Hueneme

L0-480-11 (0-3)LeagueDETAILS
Oct. 30, 2021Oct. 30

vs

Santa Paula

Santa Paula

vs

Santa Paula

Santa Paula

L6-400-12 (0-4)LeagueDETAILS
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Friday, August 27

Carpinteria at Morro Bay, 7:00 p.m. (Season Opener)

Friday, September 3

*Carpinteria vs. St. Monica, 7:00 p.m. (Home Opener)

Friday, September 10

*Carpinteria vs. Channel Islands, 7:00 p.m. 

Friday, September carpinteria warriors football at Brentwood School, 6:00 p.m. 

Friday, September 24

*Carpinteria vs. Mission Prep, 7:00 p.m. 

Friday, October 1

*Carpinteria vs. Viewpoint, 7:00 p.m. 

Friday, October 8

Carpinteria at Fillmore, 7:00 p.m. (League Opener)

Friday, October 15

*Carpinteria vs. Nordhoff, 7:00 p.m. (League Game)

Friday, October 22

Carpinteria at Hueneme, 7:00 p.m. (League Game)

Friday, October 29

*Carpinteria vs. Santa Paula, 7:00 p.m. (League Game)

*Denotes Home Game

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Friday, August 27

Carpinteria at Morro Bay, 7:00 p.m. (Season Opener)

Friday, September 3

*Carpinteria vs. St. Monica, 7:00 p.m. (Home Opener)

Friday, September 10

*Carpinteria vs. Channel Islands, 7:00 p.m. 

Friday, September 17

Carpinteria at Brentwood School, 6:00 p.m. 

Friday, September 24

*Carpinteria vs. Mission Prep, 7:00 p.m. 

Friday, October 1

*Carpinteria vs. Viewpoint, 7:00 p.m. 

Friday, October 8

Carpinteria at Fillmore, 7:00 p.m. (League Opener)

Friday, October 15

*Carpinteria vs. Nordhoff, 7:00 p.m. (League Game)

Friday, October 22

Carpinteria at Hueneme, 7:00 p.m. (League Game)

Friday, October 29

*Carpinteria vs. Santa Paula, 7:00 p.m. (League Game)

*Denotes Home Game

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Mr. Patrick Cooney - Athletic Director - pcooney@cusd.net

Mr. Charles Bryant - Assistant Athletic Director - cbryant@cusd.net

At Carpinteria High School we value the lessons that your student will learn from participating in athletics. For that reason, we encourage students to play multiple sports if interested. For the development of younger and less experienced students, many of our programs have competitive teams at the Frosh/Soph and Junior Varsity levels.

Boys Water Polo

Cross Country

Football

Girls Golf

Girls Tennis

Girls Volleyball

Boys Basketball

Boys Soccer

Girls Basketball

Girls Soccer

Girls Water Polo

Baseball

Boys Golf

Boys Tennis

Boys Volleyball

Softball

Swimming (boys/girls)

Track (boys/girls)

To be eligible to participate in interscholastic sports, a student must have:

1. Passed a physical examination within the past 12 months.

2. Be under the age of 19.

3. Have attended a four-year high school for no more than eight semesters.

4. Must have taken 25 units in the preceding grading period and passed with a 2.0 average.

5. Be residentially eligible.

6. Be an amateur.

7. Be making normal progress towards graduation.

8. A grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 for the last grading period.

9. Medical Insurance for football is mandatory. The district has limited insurance which acts as a secondary coverage for any sport except football.

10. Completed all forms in clearance packet, including the signing of the Athletic Code by student and parent.

Some benefits of playing sports:

    • Your child will learn great time management skills that will benefit him or her far beyond high school.

    • Your child will have a healthy outlet for energy.

    • Your child will learn about competition.

    • Your child will have a structured activity to participate in each day.

    • Students involved in sports are proven to do better academically and have fewer discipline issues.

    • Your child will have the opportunity to meet new people and develop positive lifelong friendships.

    • Your child will have a positive activity for a resume or a college application that showcases your child’s dedication, commitment, and hard work.

The Carpinteria Unified School District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation and bullying in educational programs, activities, or employment on the basis of actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, gender information, medical information, nationality (national origin), race, ethnicity, immigration status, religious beliefs, or customs, sex, sexual orientation, parental, pregnancy, family or marital status, military status or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. CUSD requires that a school personnel take immediate steps to intervene when safe to do so when he or she witnesses an act of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying.The Governing Board prohibits sexual harassment of district employees and students. The Board also prohibits retaliatory behavior or action against any person who reports, files a complaint or testifies about, or otherwise supports a complainant in alleging sexual harassment.

Diana Zapata, Human Resources Director and Title IX Officer, 1400 Linden Avenue, Carpinteria, dzapata@cusd.net, 805-684-4511

4810 Foothill Road, Carpinteria, CA 93013 -- Ph 805.684.4107-- Fx 805.684.0218 --

Principal - Gerardo Cornejo - gcornejo@cusd.net -

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Junior Warriors Tackle Football

2020 season registration is now Open

We are closely monitoring the status of COVID-19 and are optimistic that the 2020 will proceed even if we have to push back the start of the season. We all look forward to fresh air and team sports with our friends!

Tackle football season begins in July and runs through November with play-offs. We belong to the Gold Coast Youth Football League (GCYFL) and we are a traveling team. Although our home games are at Carpinteria High School, our away games can be anywhere from Carpinteria to the San Fernando Valley and as far as Lancaster.

  • Girls and Boys welcome 6 - 14 years

    • Cost: $300 (Regular Season cost)

    • Registration Deposit $25

    • Equipment Deposit $300 (returned at end of season upon return of all equipment in good condition

    • Volunteer Deposit $120 (returned at end of season upon completion of 10 volunteer hours per participant)

    • Sibling & New Player discount: $25 off each player (new player must not have been
      on an active roster during the 2019 season.

    • Pay in Full at sign-up: $25 off each player
      (player fees must be paid in full at first sign-up)

  • To Register you will need:
      1.  Fill out registration form
      2.  Certified copy of birth certificate (if a new player)
      3.  Physical form completed with doctor stamp.
    All other releases and paperwork will be filled out at equipment day.

  • Home field location:

    • Carpinteria High School

      4810 Foothill Rd,

      Carpinteria, CA 93013

  • Weights and Ages

  • Equipment supplied

    • Helmet/chin strap

    • Shoulder pads

    • Game pants

    • Guardian Cap (must be worn during every practice and all games.)

    • Game jerseys (player keeps both home and away jerseys)


Coaching

Our coaches are required to fill out an application which is reviewed by our Junior Warriors board members. Every coach and adult volunteer on the field is required to pass a background check, register with USA Football and take required courses in proper and safe coaching methods.

Interested in Becoming a Tackle football or Flag football coach click here!

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Fri, 8/27

7:00pm

Morro Bay Mascot
L38-0Box Score

Recap

Fri, 9/3

7:00pm

St. Monica Mascot
L19-17Box Score

Recap

Thu, 9/9

7:00pm

Channel Islands Mascot
L33-0 (OT)Box Score

Recap

Fri, 9/17

6:00pm

Brentwood School Mascot
L45-0Box Score

Recap

Fri, 9/24

7:00pm

Mission Prep Mascot
L51-0Box Score

Recap

Fri, 10/1

7:00pm

Viewpoint Mascot
L34-12Box Score

Recap

Fri, 10/8

7:00pm

Fillmore Mascot
L60-0Box Score

Recap

Fri, 10/15

7:00pm

Nordhoff Mascot
L48-0Box Score

Recap

Fri, 10/22

7:00pm

Hueneme Mascot
L48-0Box Score

Recap

Fri, 10/29

7:00pm

Santa Paula Mascot
L38-6Box Score

Recap

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CAMPAIGN STOPS
Sept. 10Morro Bay7:30 p.m.
Sept. 17Kilpatrick7:30 p.m.
Sept. 24at Santa Ynez7:30 p.m.
Oct. 1*Bishop Diego7:30 p.m.
Oct. 8*Nordhoff7:30 p.m.
Oct. 15*at Oak Park7:30 p.m.
Oct. 22*Santa Paula7:30 p.m.
Oct. 29*at Oaks Christian7:30 p.m.
Nov. 5Santa Clara7:30 p.m.
Nov. 12*at Fillmore7:30 p.m.
* Tri-Valley League game


Laying it all on the line can be a very good thing
TARGONI, KARR WILL LEAD THE WAY IN THE TRENCHES

Everything's on the line as far as Carpinteria football is concerned.

In other words, the Warriors will go as far as their formidable offensive line will carry them.

"This is a line to be noted," said Carpinteria head coach John Hazelton.

Led by returning seniors Chris Targoni and Brett Karr, who Hazelton calls "Division 1 kind of guys," Carpinteria hopes to exploit its polished offensive line to make up for some green talent at the skill positions.

"I'd prefer the inexperience to be with the skill kids, because they usually fit in naturally," said Hazelton, entering his second year as head coach.

"Realistically, the way the line kids are playing both on offense and defense is cause enough for optimism."

Last year, Carpinteria reversed a 1-4 start to a 7-6 overall campaign (3-3 Tri-Valley League) that reached the Division 11 semifinals. The Warriors return 11 starters from that team.

Hazelton gushed about Targoni and Karr, both of whom he said are also outstanding students.

"They're wonderful big guys to have around," he said. "They're phenomenal leaders. They match their playing ability with their leadership ability. They are a joy to coach."

OFFENSE: Besides Targoni and Karr, returning seniors Alan Chierici and Chris Abbott are standouts on the offensive line. Abbott, who has grown to 6-6, 250 pounds, will play next to Targoni (6-3, 220).

HISTORICAL FACTS

CARPINTERIA HIGH ALL-TIME TEAM LEADERS

Rushing

• Yards in a game: 297 Sean Lohse, 1991
• Yards in a season: 1,661 Ryan Gocong, 1998
• Yards in a career: 2,623 Ryan Gocong, 1997-98
• Touchdowns in a career: 33 Coley Candaele, 1987-89

Passing

• Yards in a game: 332 Tyler Whitney, 1986
• Yards in a season: 2,978 Tyler Whitney, 1986
• Yards in a career: 4,369 Coley Candaele, 1987-89
• Touchdowns in a career: 57 Henry Gonzales, 1978-79

Receiving

• Receptions in a season: 67 Jerry Hamilton, 1979
• Receptions in a career: 98 Ben Scott, 1996-98
• Yards in a season: 1,168 Ray Martinez, 1986
• Yards in a career: 1,704 Ben Scott, 1996-98
• TD receptions in a season: 22 Jerry Hamilton, 1979
• TD receptions in a career: 22 Jerry Hamilton, 1979

THE CAMPAIGN STAFF

NO.PLAYERPOS.HT.WT.YR
2Andrew CamposRB/LB6-017010
3Luis MirandaWR/DB5-916012
4Russell AllenRB/LB5-716511
5Vincent JimenezRB/LB5-616510
7Tim RileyQB/S5-1017510
8Steven BrantinghamQB/LB6-017511
9Matt BrennenRB/LB5-816012
12Rigo RamirezK/LB6-020012
20Jorge VegaTE/LB5-91609
21Victor SkidmoreWR/DB5-1016011
22Marshall ThompsonWR/S5-916010
23Chris FlahertyWR/DB5-816511
30Will LevinsonTE/LB6-018512
32Jacob RuizTE/DL6-221511
33Fredy JulianFB/LB5-1121511
34Emanuel SaragosaTE/DL5-1017012
43Keoki SchnackenbergRB/S5-1016512
47Gerardo GuzmanRB/LB5-1017512
52Michael BorrelloOL/DL5-821512
54Michael ArellanoOL/DL6-023011
56Shawn CollinsOL/DL5-1120012
60Rolando ArambulaOL/DL6-026011
63Fernando MorenoOL/DL5-1123011
66Manuel HernandezOL/DL5-821011
67Chris TargoniG/LB6-222012
70David GutierrezOL/DL5-1026511
73Chris AbbottOL/DL6-626012
74John Blake-LobbOL/DL5-1122011
77Brett KarrOL/DL6-326012
78Alan ChiericiOL/DL6-325512
80David SchneiderTE/LB6-022012
82Eddie LanderosWR/DB5-1116512
Kolby CastilloWR/DB5-1116010

"Stay behind those guys and don't take chances would be the smart thing to do," said Hazelton.

The line will be asked to protect an inexperienced backfield. "If you had seasoned guys behind this line, you'd be touting this team as a CIF contender," said Hazelton.

Three weeks before the Warriors' season opener on Sept. 10 at home against Morro Bay, Hazelton still hadn't decided on his starting quarterback. The candidates are junior Steven Brantingham and sophomore Tim Riley. Both were on the JV team a year ago.

Hazelton described Brantingham and Riley as "very contrasting guys." Brantingham is the "steady, even-tempered, efficient" type, while Riley is "emotional, makes magic things happen."

One or both of them will direct the traditional Warrior veer offense bent on ball control, although Hazelton added that it will be "a little more exotic."

To fill the shoes of departed all-TVL Joel Carty, who was a running back playing at the QB position, senior Keoki Schnackenberg and sophomore Vincent Jimenez are competing for the lead tailback role. Schnackenberg "is a very fast guy, a 4.5 40 guy," said Hazelton, while Jimenez filled in at tailback during the playoffs last year because of injuries.

Junior Fredy Julian, the team's second-leading ground gainer behind Carty last season, returns at fullback.

The Warriors don't throw the ball much. But when they do, returnee Luis Miranda and sophomores Marshall Thompson and Kolby Castillo figure to be on the receiving end.

Rigo Ramirez, a member of Carpinteria soccer team that reached the CIF finals last year, returns as the placekicker. He also may see some action at tight end, competing with returner David Schneider and Jacob Ruiz.

DEFENSE: Hazelton said that his defense "is pretty wide open at all positions." Targoni and Karr, of course, are guaranteed spots.

Targoni will move back to the inside linebacker position where he started last season only to be moved to defensive end to make better use of overall personnel.

Karr (6-3, 260) is a three-year starter on the defensive line who started on the CIF championship team two years ago.

Senior Mike Borrello has the inside line on the nose guard spot. Junior Fernando Moreno, Chierici and Abbott are also in the mix.

At linebacker, junior Russell Allen, senior Will Levinson, Schneider and Ramirez are looking for playing time alongside Targoni. Sophomore Andrew Campos figures as a starter either at linebacker or safety, said Hazelton.

As far as the rest of the secondary goes, returning seniors Luis Miranda and Eddie Landeros with be counted on. Either Brantingham or Riley will start in the secondary if they don't start at QB. Castillo should see some action at one of the corner spots.

"On defense we have to mature," said Hazelton. "We'll have to stop the run up front with our line and Targoni, our big guy at linebacker."

— Chic Perkins

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Carpinteria High School

Carpinteria High School is a high school located in Carpinteria, California. Located adjacent to the foothills on the edge of the Carpinteria Valley, it is the only public high school in Carpinteria and serves a student body of approximately 600 students in grades 9-12.

Activities[edit]

Carpinteria High School has many different clubs and societies available to students, including the California Scholastic Federation, Youth Wellness Connection club, Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (MEChA), ASB Leadership, American Sign Language, Spanish Club, Environmental Club, Mock Trial, GSA, Interact Club, Eco Club, Red Cross Club, Friday Night Live, and Junior State of America, a debate team. The school also houses the Carpinteria FFA chapter, which opens opportunity for mechanics classes, livestock ownership, attendance at FFA conventions, and FFA leadership positions.

Athletics[edit]

Carpinteria High School athletic teams are nicknamed the Warriors. The school is a charter member of the Citrus Coast League, a conference within the CIF Southern Section (CIF-SS) that was established in 2018. Prior to that, Carpinteria was part of the Tri-County Athletic Association.[1]

The football program holds the CIF-SS record of 66 consecutive league wins without a loss. The program has also captured the CIF-SS championship six times. Carpinteria High School's football team defeated Moorpark High School in 52 consecutive games — a national high school record — in a streak that ended in 1997. Carpinteria 2001 graduate Chris Gocong won the Buchanan Award as the outstanding defensive player in D-l FCS football while playing for Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Gocong was a member of the Philadelphia Eagles and the Cleveland Browns in the National Football League.

In 2018, the Carpinteria boys' soccer team won the CIF-SS championship for the second time in school history (the first was in 1999) and won the CIF State Southern California regionals in Division 6 over Rubidoux High School, which is Carpinteria's first regional champion win in program history.

The track and field program has also enjoyed notable success, winning two CIF-SS championships in Divisions 1A and IV and 36 Tri-Valley League titles in the boys division. Carpinteria's track is also home to one of California's largest track meets, the Russell Cup. The 100th Russell Cup was held on April 13, 2019. Though among the smallest high schools in Santa Barbara County, Carpinteria has produced more individual California State Champions (4) than any other county high school.

Other sports offered at Carpinteria include basketball, baseball, soccer, tennis, golf, volleyball, softball, swimming, and water polo.

Performing arts[edit]

For years Carpinteria High School was and still is home to a musical theatre class, aptly named Muses, through which students are able to learn performance skills and participate in a musical show second semester, and a play the first semester. Other performing arts options include marching band in the fall, concert band in the spring, jazz band, and choir.

Mascot controversy[edit]

The Carpinteria Warriors mascot is depicted as a Native American, and it has given rise to concerns that it perpetuates stereotypes against the Native American people. During the 2006-2007 school year, a Native American student raised this concern to the school board.[2] In April 2007, the board made the decision to remove all Native American imagery from the school, but was met with public outcry.[3] Some members of the community did not feel there was significant polling done prior to making the change. In March 2009, the school board partially overturned their decision with a 3-2 vote.[4] The mascot remained, but some of the floormats and imagery in the school were removed.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 34°24′37″N119°31′00″W / 34.4104°N 119.51674°W / 34.4104; -119.51674

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2021-2022 SCHEDULE

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regular seasonresult
Aug. 28, 2021Aug. 28

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Morro Bay

Morro Bay

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Morro Bay

Morro Bay

L0-380-1 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Sep. 04, 2021Sep. 04

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St. Monica

St. Monica

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St. Monica

St. Monica

L17-190-3 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Sep. 04, 2021Sep. 04

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St. Monica

St. Monica

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St. Monica

St. Monica

2:00am0-3 (0-0)Non LeaguePREVIEW
Sep. 04, 2021Sep. 04

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St. Monica

St. Monica

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St. Monica

St. Monica

L17-190-3 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Sep. 10, 2021Sep. 10

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Channel Islands

Channel Islands

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Channel Islands

Channel Islands

L0-330-5 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Sep. 10, 2021Sep. 10

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Channel Islands

Channel Islands

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Channel Islands

Channel Islands

L0-330-5 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Sep. 18, 2021Sep. 18

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Brentwood School

Brentwood School

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Brentwood School

Brentwood School

L0-450-6 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Sep. 19, 2021Sep. 19

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Brentwood School

Brentwood School

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Brentwood School

Brentwood School

2:00am0-6 (0-0)Non LeaguePREVIEW
Sep. 25, 2021Sep. 25

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Mission Prep

Mission Prep

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Mission Prep

Mission Prep

L0-510-7 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Oct. 02, 2021Oct. 02

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Viewpoint

Viewpoint

vs

Viewpoint

Viewpoint

L12-340-8 (0-0)Non LeagueDETAILS
Oct. 09, 2021Oct. 09

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Fillmore

Fillmore

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Fillmore

Fillmore

L0-600-9 (0-1)LeagueDETAILS
Oct. 16, 2021Oct. 16

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Nordhoff

Nordhoff

vs

Nordhoff

Nordhoff

L0-480-10 (0-2)LeagueDETAILS
Oct. 23, 2021Oct. 23

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Hueneme

Hueneme

@

Hueneme

Hueneme

L0-480-11 (0-3)LeagueDETAILS
Oct. 30, 2021Oct. 30

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Santa Paula

Santa Paula

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Santa Paula

Santa Paula

L6-400-12 (0-4)LeagueDETAILS
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