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Ceres High boys, girls swept by Livingston
Wolves talent, depth too much for Dawgs
Bulldog Karina Ruiz finished first in the 400 and third in the 800 against the Wolves. - photo by Dale Butler

Ceres High School’s varsity track and field program dropped its Western Athletic Conference opener to visiting Livingston on Wednesday.
“I was hoping we might upset them,” Bulldogs head coach Glenn Driskell said. “That didn’t happen. They took care of business.”
Ceres High’s boys team suffered an 87-45 loss.
Tristan Dray, Mark Lerma, Caden Johnson, Tyree Williams, Gabriel Solis, Manuel Baez, Jacob Edwards, Pietro Puducay, Judas Chavarin and John McElwain led the Bulldogs.
Dray placed first in the 110 hurdles (16.5) and 300 hurdles (43.6).
Lerma placed first in the 100 (11.6).
Johnson placed first in the high jump (5-10) and second in the triple jump (40-2).
Williams placed first in the 200 (23.8) and third in the 100 (11.7).
Solis placed second in the 400 (55.4).
Baez placed second in the 800 (2:26.9).
Edwards placed third in the long jump (17-6).
Puducay placed third in the shot put (36-6).
Chavarin placed fourth in the 1,600 (5:09.7).
McElwain placed fifth in the discus (100-3).
Ceres High’s girls lost 81-51 to the Wolves.
Bryce Ford, Cecilia Carretero, Karina Ruiz, Gykisha Smith, Alexis Boardrow, Colleen Mauga and Aura Miranda turned in standout performances for the Bulldogs.
Ford placed first in the 100 hurdles (16.4), 300 hurdles (49.9) and high jump (4-10), and second in the triple jump (32-10).
Carretero placed first in the 3,200 (13:54.9) and 1,600 (6:15.5), and second in the 800 (2:41.7).
Ruiz placed first in the 400 (1:11.4) and third in the 800 (2:49.7).
Smith placed second in the 100 (13.4).
Miranda placed fourth in the 200 (31.3).
Mauga placed third in the shot put (27-9) and third in the discus (75-8).
Boardrow placed second in the discus (76-3).