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CHS, CV face stiff cross country competition
Varsity boys 21st in D2
Roman Acosta finished in a team-best 103rd place while representing Ceres Highs varsity boys cross country program at the Sac-Joaquin Sub-Section Division-2 Meet on Saturday in Angels Camp. - photo by Courier file photo

The members of Ceres High's and Central Valley's boys cross country programs traveled to Angels Camp on Saturday to compete at the Sac-Joaquin Sub-Section Meet.

Ceres High's varsity boys posted a team score of 521 while finishing in 21st place during the Division-3 race.

Roman Acosta was the Bulldogs' top runner.

Acosta took 103rd with a time of 20 minutes, 12 seconds on the 3-mile Frogtown Course.

Bulldog teammates Christian Linarez (20:16), Dominick Nicastro (20:17), Joshua Madariaga (20:34) and Jaime Mejia (21:13) placed 106th, 107th, 114th and 135th, respectively.

Central Valley's varsity boys finished 27th (807) in Division 2.

Daniel Garrido was the Hawks' top runner.

Garrido (21:27) took 157th.
Hawk teammates Aaron Vander Wal (22:13), Alonzo Bustos (22:26), Ivan Villegas (22:26), Sergio Garcia (23:10) and Carlos Prado (25:58) placed 170th, 176th, 178th, 184th and 195th, respectively.

Ceres High's Brandan Rodriguez took 117th (23:34) during the Junior-Varsity Division 3-4-5 competition.

Bulldog teammates Julian Virgen (23:56), Isai Anguiano (27:36) and Jose Arroyo (28:55) placed 130th, 175th and 181st, respectively.

Ceres High's sophomore boys finished 12th (232) in Division 3.

Noah Holloway led the Bulldogs. Holloway took eighth (12:22) on the 2-mile course.

Aaron Alarcon (13:12), Zachery McCleskey (13:37), Fernando Cardoza (16:26) and Kolton Vaughn (18:03) placed 30th, 42nd, 110th and 115th, respectively.

Central Valley's sophomore boys finished 18th (420) in Division 2.

Chase Bogart led the Hawks.

Bogart (12:13) took 17th.

Javier Cuevas (14:19), Alejandro Sanchez (14:21), Sabino Urrutia (14:26), Ernesto Gonzalez (16:55), Sanvir Dhillion (20:40) and Jared Sinlapaxay (22:02) placed 123rd, 125th, 130th, 158th, 162nd, and 163rd, respectively.