Carpinteria senior goalie Erin Otsuki was honored as the girls water polo MVP in the Citrus Coast League and her father, Jon Otsuki, was named the Coach of the Year.

Carpinteria won the league championship.

The Warriors had two first-team selections: senior Taylor Classen and sophomore Giulia Piccoletti. Second-team picks were seniors Kate Isaac and Francis Bennett and junior Lilli Nemetz. Monica Delgado was named honorable mention.

Here are the other Carpinteria winter sports athletes who received CCL honors:


Senior Kainoa Glasgow made the first team. Second-team picks include sophomores Sebastian Campuzano and Sawyer Kelly. Honorable mention selections include Rodolfo Jimenez (12), Carlos Suarez (10) and Marion Serrano (11).

Filllmore senior point guard Jack Morris was the league MVP.


Junior Amarisse Camargo and freshman Charlotte Cooney made the first team, and junior Jamaica Cook was picked to the second team.

Lizbeth Alpizar (11), Scarlet Torres (12) and Natalie Vilchez (12) were named honorable mention

Miahnna Galvan, a senior point guard at Santa Paula was the MVP.


Senior forward Ulises Segura received first-team honors and senior defender Eric Vences was named to the second team. Peter Campuzano (10) Paul Reyes (11) and Roberto Perez (10) were named  honorable mention.

Santa Paula junior Angel Mosqueda and senior Lorenzo Luna were the offensive and defensive MVPs.

Senior defender Arianna Lounsbury was selected to the first team and senior midfielder Ashley Verduzco landed on the second team. The honorable mention picks for the Warriors were Lela Roberts (11), Charlotte Stoops (10) and Natalie Gonzalez (10).

The MVPs were senior Cynthia Ramos of Santa Paula on offense and senior Emili Ramirez of Channel Islands on defense.

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Barry Punzal, Sports Editor

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