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CHS class of 2011 alumn Leo Arroyo races in the 5000 meters. 

 

A wide range of competitors, ages seven to 78, participated in the All-Comers Meet on July 19 held at Carpinteria High School’s Valley Memorial Stadium. One of the 78-year-olds was retired judge John Dobroth, who at one time was a seven-foot high jumper. 

CHS track and field team captain Victor Rinaldi won the 1500 meters with a time of 4:55.28 minutes. Sophomore Warrior record holder Fatima Cervantes tied for first in the high jump, clearing four feet, six inches and rising junior Isa Alarcon finished second in the 50-meter dash with a time of 7.92 seconds. CHS cross country and track coach Leo Arroyo won the 5000 meters, finishing in 18:51.86 minutes.

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