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CV boys, girls sustain conference dual losses in track and field
Hawks winless in team standings
Central Valleys Darian Robinson placed second in both the shot put and discus against El Capitan. - photo by DALE BUTLER/The Courier

Central Valley High School's varsity track and field program hosted El Capitan this past week.

Central Valley's girls team dropped to 0-4 in the Western Athletic Conference dual-meet standings after losing 75-35 to the Gauchos on Wednesday in Ceres.

El Capitan improved to 1-2.

Central Valley's top individual performers were Mahogany Simon, Adriana Mendoza, Alexa Arvizu, Darian Robinson, Jessika Guizar, Natalia Guzman, Rocio Villasenor and Megan Suarez.

Simon placed first in the 100 hurdles (17.46) and 300 hurdles (54.40), and fifth in the 200 (34.06).

Mendoza placed first in the 200 (28.72).

Arvizu placed second in the 3,200 (7:28) and 800 (3:05).

Robinson placed second in the shot put (28-61/2) and discus (71-0).

Guizar placed second in the 200 (31.56) and third in the 400.

Guzman placed third in the shot put (25-81/2).

Villasenor placed third in the 100 hurdles (22.65), fourth in the long jump (12-1) and sixth in the 100 (16.28).

Suarez placed fourth in the 200 (33.87) and fifth in the 100 (16.24).

Central Valley's boys team lost 99-24 to El Capitan.

The Hawks dropped to 0-4 in the WAC.

The Gauchos improved to 2-1.

Lisandro Gallardo placed first in the 110 hurdles (20.38) and 300 hurdles (47.18), second in the 200 (25.44), and fourth in the 100 (12.25) to lead Central Valley.

Diego Andrade placed second in the long jump (16-7).

Nasson Sanchez placed third in the triple jump (29-6).

Josh Sidhu placed second in the 100 (12.44).

Angel Rico placed sixth in the shot put (36-51/2).

Estevan Barragan placed third in the 200 (25.69) and fifth in the 100 (12.38).

David Fajardo placed seventh in the 800 (2:46) and eighth in the 3,200 (6:21).