Ranked second in the state by time in both the 1600 (4:10.48) and the 3200 (8:54.65) coming in, Haney planned to seek advancement in both while dropping the 800 scheduled in between.
The four-lap challenge was a breeze, with a controlled 61.6 closing lap sealing Haney's win in 4:18.59, with teammate Cameron Miller close behind in a seasonal-best 4:19.04 for the Stanford-bound star.
Minutes after Haney stepped off the track after his 1600, however, is
when the confusion began for the nation's top sophomore multi-lapper.
Once word began to spread about Haney's intent to scratch from the 800
to preserve his efforts for the 3200 and proceed into postseason in
those two events, a coach from an opposing school balked at the move,
claiming the "Honest Effort" rule would be violated. Rest of story HERE.
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