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Miller takes over at Hazel Green

Published 10:32am Friday, June 7, 2013

By Aldo Amato

Staff Reporter

HAZEL GREEN — After spending last season with the Crimson Tide girl’s basketball team, Tim Miller will now take over as the head basketball coach at Hazel Green High School.

“We are glad to have Mr. Miller as a part of the Madison County School System and Hazel Green High School families and look forward to working with him,” Geraldine Tibbs said in a June 6 press release.

Miller has an impressive resume in high school athletics. In 2006, Miller won a state championship with the Jefferson Davis High School Lady Volunteers in Montgomery. But perhaps what Miller is most remembered for is his dominance as head coach of the Bob Jones Lady Patriots basketball team.

Miller guided the Patriots to 68 victories while winning 6A state championships in 2008, 2009 and 2011 and most of his players went on to sign Division I scholarships. In total, Miller went on to compile 16 years of high school coaching before moving on to become an assistant coach for the Crimson Tide girl’s basketball team.

Miller handled walk-ons, team mailings, individual workouts, player communication and will assist with scouting and recruiting. He is a 1994 graduate of the University of Alabama and is married to Kimberly Ann Brooks and has one stepson, Charles Anthony Bennett.

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