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CV track and field roster loaded with athletes
Central Valleys varsity boys track and field team returns a handful of talent from 2017, including Enrique Martinez. Martinez took second in the 3,200 and seventh in the 1,600 at the WAC Championships last spring. - photo by DALE BUTLER/The Courier

Central Valley High School's cross country roster features more than 100 athletes.

Mahogany Simon (Sr.), Chetna Kumar (Sr.), Anusha Kumar (So.), Emily Curiel (Sr.), Ramandeep Kaur (Sr.), Esther Esceverri (Jr.), Anmolpreet Sangha (Jr.), Kim Hernandez (So.) and Mykayla Arcenal (Fr.) will lead Central Valley's varsity girls squad, which finished in fourth place in the Western Athletic Conference dual-meet standings (2-3) this past season.

Simon swept the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles at the WAC Championships for the second year in a row in 2017.

She also took first in the 200. Mahogany placed second in the event as a sophomore.

Simon finished second in the 300 hurdles, and fourth in the 100 hurdles and 400 in 2015.

"It's my last year," Mahogany said. "I've been training harder. My main goal is to PR and get to places where I've never been."

Chetna placed second in the 100 and long jump, and third in the 200.

Anusha placed third in the 100 hurdles, sixth in the high jump and 12th in the 100.

Curiel placed seventh in the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles.

Kaur placed seventh in the 400.

Enrique Martinez (So.), Andres Rojo (Sr.), Patric Senesom (So.), Chase Bogart, Sebastian Pena (So.), Sergio Garcia (Sr.), Favio Gonzalez (So.), Christian Balderas (Fr.), Benjamin Barajas (So.), Uriel Barajas (So.), Alejandro Orozco (Jr.) and Ivan Martinez (So.) will lead Central Valley's varsity boys squad, which also placed fourth in the league's dual-meet standings (1-3-1) a year ago.

Enrique Martinez placed second in the 3,200 and seventh in the 1,600 at the 2017 WAC Championships.

Rojo placed third in the 400 and sixth in the 800.

Senesom placed fourth in the 110 hurdles, seventh in the long jump, eighth in the 300 hurdles and 13th in the 400.

Bogart placed fifth in the 800 and sixth in the 1,600.

Pena finished seventh in the 100.

Garcia placed eighth in the pole vault.

Gonzalez placed eighth in the 3,200 and 11th in the 800.