Jessica Haney of Lee’s SummitWest earned high-school All-American honors when she tied for sixth in the girls high jump at the New Balance National Track and Field Championships in Greensboro, N.C. Haney is a two-time Missouri Class 5 state champion.
Jessica Haney of Lee’s SummitWest earned high-school All-American honors when she tied for sixth in the girls high jump at the New Balance National Track and Field Championships in Greensboro, N.C. Haney is a two-time Missouri Class 5 state champion. Photo provided
Jessica Haney of Lee’s SummitWest earned high-school All-American honors when she tied for sixth in the girls high jump at the New Balance National Track and Field Championships in Greensboro, N.C. Haney is a two-time Missouri Class 5 state champion. Photo provided

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