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Track and Field Jags remain competitive

Patrick Loera

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With only a few more meets left in the season before the conference and state championships take place, the San Jose City College track and field team is moving in the right direction as they take it one event at a time.

“The season has been going great,” track and field athlete Viet Duong said. “With every sport, it’s all about the competition.”

Cm April currently leads the northern California state region in the steeplechase event for SJCC, which automatically qualifies him for the state championships on May 17-18 as long as he runs in the regional championships on May 3 and 10.

“I ran a personal record of 9:45.8 in the 3k steeplechase,” April wrote in an email about his success at the Bob Rush Invitational in San Mateo on March 22. “Still have a lot of work to do though.”

The Jaguars’ track and field team will participate in the Maurice Compton Invitational in Hayward on April 13 and the Nor-Cal Multi Event in San Mateo on April 16-17. Both events will be held all day.

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Track and Field Jags remain competitive