After receiving an award last month named for Joe Bieschke, a Lexington Catholic student and runner who died of cancer in 1986, Zack Haffler decided to train for the Bluegrass 10,000. Haffler, 18, who graduated from Lexington Catholic in May, felt the need to prove he deserved the award.
After receiving an award last month named for Joe Bieschke, a Lexington Catholic student and runner who died of cancer in 1986, Zack Haffler decided to train for the Bluegrass 10,000. Haffler, 18, who graduated from Lexington Catholic in May, felt the need to prove he deserved the award.
After receiving an award last month named for Joe Bieschke, a Lexington Catholic student and runner who died of cancer in 1986, Zack Haffler decided to train for the Bluegrass 10,000. Haffler, 18, who graduated from Lexington Catholic in May, felt the need to prove he deserved the award.

Lexington Catholic grad running 10K in honor of late teen who inspired award

June 30, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED June 30, 2011 06:25 AM

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