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January 28, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Student drug testing has begun at Carpinteria High School. It's the first school in Santa Barbara County to begin testing some students for drugs. Each week, a computer will select five students from a master list of those currently participating in sports and cheerleading, and they will be asked to submit a urine sample. About 400 students participate in such programs. Students will be tested for five types of illegal drugs: marijuana, methamphetamines, amphetamines, cocaine and opiates.
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October 29, 2008 | Catherine Saillant
A 14-year-old Carpinteria High School student is in Juvenile Hall in Santa Barbara after he allegedly threatened to kill other students and a teacher, authorities said. The ninth-grade boy was taken into custody Saturday after one of his alleged victims told investigators that the youth had threatened to bring a handgun to school and shoot five students and one of his teachers. No weapon was found on the boy or in his home, said Drew Sugars, a spokesman for the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department.
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September 30, 1993 | JANE HULSE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Imagine peeling 2,000 avocados. Then picture dicing 700 garlic cloves, 2,650 chilies, 700 tomatoes, 330 onions, 40 pounds of cheese and 40 cups of cilantro. Those are the ingredients in what has been billed as the "World's Biggest Vat of Guacamole." You can take a gander at this sea of green mush this weekend during the seventh annual California Avocado Festival in Carpinteria. The two-day festival is a giant party in honor of the avocado, the eighth-leading crop in Santa Barbara County and No.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 28, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Student drug testing has begun at Carpinteria High School. It's the first school in Santa Barbara County to begin testing some students for drugs. Each week, a computer will select five students from a master list of those currently participating in sports and cheerleading, and they will be asked to submit a urine sample. About 400 students participate in such programs. Students will be tested for five types of illegal drugs: marijuana, methamphetamines, amphetamines, cocaine and opiates.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 2008 | Catherine Saillant
A 14-year-old Carpinteria High School student is in Juvenile Hall in Santa Barbara after he allegedly threatened to kill other students and a teacher, authorities said. The ninth-grade boy was taken into custody Saturday after one of his alleged victims told investigators that the youth had threatened to bring a handgun to school and shoot five students and one of his teachers. No weapon was found on the boy or in his home, said Drew Sugars, a spokesman for the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department.
SPORTS
December 11, 1988
Tehachapi High School rallied from a 14-0 deficit with two fourth-quarter touchdowns to tie Carpinteria, 14-14, and share the Southern Section Division IX football title Saturday night at Santa Barbara City College. With just 3:44 left, Tehachapi's Dante Patterson intercepted a Coley Candaele pass and returned it 42 yards for a touchdown.
SPORTS
December 9, 1989
Carpinteria's B.J. Shamblin caught a three-yard pass from Coley Candaele with 17 seconds remaining to give Carpinteria a 24-21 win over Tehachapi Friday night at San Marcos High in the Southern Section Division IX title game. The victory gave Carpinteria its second title in three years. Carpinteria, which finished the season 13-1, jumped to a 10-0 lead when Jose Hernandez scored on a 17-yard run and Robert Villa added a 25-yard field goal.
SPORTS
September 14, 2003 | Eric Sondheimer
Living a block from the beach, Joel Carty is so used to a surfer's lifestyle that he can walk barefoot over a collection of pointy rocks leading to the ocean and not wince once in discomfort. Having a high pain threshold and daring spirit also comes in handy in football, where Carty made 135 tackles last season as a junior linebacker when Carpinteria High went 14-0 and won the Southern Section Division XI championship.
SPORTS
December 15, 1991
Morningside 27, Temecula Valley 20--Morningside won its first Southern Section football title, holding off a last-minute drive to the 10-yard line. As it was during the season, the Monarchs were led by quarterback Stais Boseman, who passed for one touchdown, ran for another and set up a third with a long return. Morningside also had clutch defensive performances from Jesse Swayze and Montre Gords.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 17, 1988
Several members of the Division IX CIF (Southern Section) football co-titlists from Carpinteria High School are also members of the GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) class. The class frequently uses The Times sports section to increase cultural literacy; however, the students were thrown for a loss recently. They were quick to point out that Mark Heisler confused Alexander the Great with Achilles in his Dec. 8 story.
SPORTS
September 14, 2003 | Eric Sondheimer
Living a block from the beach, Joel Carty is so used to a surfer's lifestyle that he can walk barefoot over a collection of pointy rocks leading to the ocean and not wince once in discomfort. Having a high pain threshold and daring spirit also comes in handy in football, where Carty made 135 tackles last season as a junior linebacker when Carpinteria High went 14-0 and won the Southern Section Division XI championship.
NEWS
September 30, 1993 | JANE HULSE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Imagine peeling 2,000 avocados. Then picture dicing 700 garlic cloves, 2,650 chilies, 700 tomatoes, 330 onions, 40 pounds of cheese and 40 cups of cilantro. Those are the ingredients in what has been billed as the "World's Biggest Vat of Guacamole." You can take a gander at this sea of green mush this weekend during the seventh annual California Avocado Festival in Carpinteria. The two-day festival is a giant party in honor of the avocado, the eighth-leading crop in Santa Barbara County and No.
SPORTS
December 15, 1991
Morningside 27, Temecula Valley 20--Morningside won its first Southern Section football title, holding off a last-minute drive to the 10-yard line. As it was during the season, the Monarchs were led by quarterback Stais Boseman, who passed for one touchdown, ran for another and set up a third with a long return. Morningside also had clutch defensive performances from Jesse Swayze and Montre Gords.
SPORTS
December 9, 1989
Carpinteria's B.J. Shamblin caught a three-yard pass from Coley Candaele with 17 seconds remaining to give Carpinteria a 24-21 win over Tehachapi Friday night at San Marcos High in the Southern Section Division IX title game. The victory gave Carpinteria its second title in three years. Carpinteria, which finished the season 13-1, jumped to a 10-0 lead when Jose Hernandez scored on a 17-yard run and Robert Villa added a 25-yard field goal.
SPORTS
December 11, 1988
Tehachapi High School rallied from a 14-0 deficit with two fourth-quarter touchdowns to tie Carpinteria, 14-14, and share the Southern Section Division IX football title Saturday night at Santa Barbara City College. With just 3:44 left, Tehachapi's Dante Patterson intercepted a Coley Candaele pass and returned it 42 yards for a touchdown.
SPORTS
December 5, 1987
Cley Candaele caught a 15-yard touchdown pass late in game to give Carpinteria High School a 9-8 victory over Whittier Christian in an Inland Conference semifinal at Carpinteria. Whittier Christian took an early lead by tackling a Carpinteria kicker in the end zone for a safety in the first quarter. Whittier Christian led, 8-0, as Bill Pazian scored on a three-yard run. Carpinteria kicked a 32-yard field goal in the second quarter to make it, 8-3, Whittier Christian.
SPORTS
December 13, 1987 | Special to The Times
Carpinteria High School's Emilio Handall is 5 feet 3 inches and weighs only 143 pounds, but he was the biggest man on the field Saturday night. Handall rushed for 63 yards in 10 carries, had 74 yards on 2 punt returns and scored 3 touchdowns to lead Carpinteria to a 27-0 victory over Tehachapi before a crowd of about 4,000 at Coy Burnett Stadium. With the aid of a defense that registered its eighth shutout of the season--two in the playoffs--No.
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