AUSTIN As he crossed the finish line, Hector Hernandez notified everyone in the packed Mike A. Myers Stadium who was the top 800-meter runner in Texas.
Lifting his right arm towards the sky, the Ellison senior distance runner extended his index finger to simply indicate No. 1. It was in stark contrast to friend and former Harker Heights rival Kyle Thompson, who last year flashed the Hook em, Horns signal when he finished first in the same race just ahead of Hernandez.
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