Carpinteria’s Vincent Rinaldi won the 100 and 200 meter dashes and added the 400 to his repertoire, anchoring the winning 4×400 relay team in an 84-42 win against Santa Paula in boys’ track.

Rinaldi won the 100 in 11.0 seconds and the 200 in 22.37.

Ainslee Alexander was a triple winner for the Carpinteria girls, taking the long jump (14-5), triple jump (31-5) and shot put (25-6.5). The girls outscored Santa Paula 70-59.

For the Rams boys, Esai Vega set a new PR in the shot put with a winning toss of 41-6. He also won the discus with a throw 136-1.

In the hurdles, Tristan Cravens set a new PR of 18.67 to win the 110 highs. Freshman Wes Chung won the 300 meter race with a 48.44 second PR.

Distance runner Hugo Alvarado stepped down to the 400 and won the race with a time of 60.34.

For the Carp girls, Alex Zapata set a new PR of 64.19 to win the 400 meters. She also doubled back to win the 300m hurdles with a 56.12 clocking.

Fatima Cervantes did the hurdle high jump double by winning the 100m race in 20.23 second and the high jump at 4-8.

Kate Cooney won her first 3200 meter race of the year with a time of 14:00.23.

“The Carpinteria squad is continuing to improve every week,” Carpinteria coach Van Latham said. “It is a very cohesive and cooperative group. Their hard work is paying off each and every meet.”

The Carpinteria boys are now 2-0 in Citrus League action and 4-3 overall. The girls are 2-0 and 3-4.

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