The Bishop Diego girls beat Providence 60-16 Friday, securing a first-place Frontier League tie with Foothill Tech.
Clara McDonald had 15 points and Annie McDonald added 10 for the Cardinals.
“We got balanced scoring tonight and did a nice job sharing ball,” Bishop Diego coach Jeff Burich said. “Assistant coach Ben Rivera wanted to give credit to how hard Providence played despite only having five players.”
The Cardinals finish 6-1 in league and 10-9 overall, heading into playoffs next week.
Carpinteria Girls Water Polo
The Carpinteria girls ended the regular season Friday with a 19-6 Citrus Coast League win over Fillmore, staying undefeated in league play.
Warrior junior Jada Priess led with four goals, followed by fellow juniors Sophie Olvera with three and Monica Delgado two. Freshman Giulia Piccoletti also scored two goals.
Goalies Madison Mora and Francis Bennett split time in the cage, recording three blocks each.
Carpinteria finishes the regular season 16-5 overall and 8-0 in league. The Warriors will learn their first CIF-SS playoff opponent on Monday.
Carpinteria Boys Soccer
Carpinteria senior forward Steven Zermeño broke a 1-1 tie with Malibu Friday, thrilling the Senior Night crowd by scoring an unassisted power-shot game-winner with eight minutes left.
“Steven has been a staple and key member of the varsity program since his freshman year, and to see him score the eventual game winning goal was fitting for his work and sacrifice he has displayed over his career at CHS,” Warrior coach Leonardo Quintero said.
“It was a well deserved send off for Zermeño as he will be truly missed next season.”
Sophomore forward Angel Zepeda opened the scoring for Carpinteria, also with an unassisted shot outside the 18, in the 60th minute.
“Excited to see the team win at home in the season finale, and also excited for the future of Warrior Soccer considering the talent that is developing here in Carpinteria.”
The Warriors finish 2-6-2 in Citrus Coast League play.