Milt Miller

In his 25 years as a head coach Milt Miller assembled a legendary resume: a 209-93 career record (.692) and two State Titles. Miller spent 15 years at Worth County to start his head coaching career and was tremendously successful, posting a 130-54 record and appearing in four State Title games, winning the Title in 1987. Worth County had six seasons with double-digit wins under Miller while suffering only two losing seasons. In Millerís final six years at Worth his teams were a total of 72-13, all four of their Title Game appearances under Miller came in this span as well. Miller became the head coach at Lowndes before the 1992 season but didnít enjoy immediate success; in fact the Vikings were 9-21 during Millerís first three years. Things began to change for the better in the 1995 season though as Lowndes reached the playoffs for the first time since 1986 and finished the season 7-4. Over the next six seasons the Vikings put together a total record of 63-14, won two outright Region Titles, and reached the State Semi-finals twice, with the latter of those, 1999, becoming the Vikings second State Championship team after starting the season 3-3 and 0-2 in region play. The Vikings won at least ten games five times in Millerís last seven years and returned to their status as one of the great powers in the state. Milt Miller retired from coaching after the 2001 season, his total record as the Vikings head coach was 79-39.

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