It defies credulity. wrote:
Certain people at Loyola High School knew and they have now confirmed it by scrubbing any mention of him from their website.
Also, the doctors known as the Pasadena Half Three Banditos, how could they not have known?, not only did they run that the same as him but also many of his marathons, one is a fellow coach at LHS and a training partner, one is his son and one is his daughter-in-law.
When I contacted the principal at Loyola on Sunday (June 9), he emailed me back to thank me for bringing the situation to his attention. The "Track & Field news" page promoting Meza's world best time at Phoenix came down on Monday, and the reference to him as assistant coach came down a little later.
I don't think the higher admin knew about the situation. When they learned, they acted decisively to distance the school from Meza, at least insofar as athletics are concerned.