Miller, Barrington get started fast
Apr 11, 2015 9:54 PM -
Barrington senior Scotty Miller has a long list of goals for his final track and field season, and that list started with an impressive season-opening performance on Saturday at the Stogey Relays at Prospect. Miller, who will play football at Bowling Green next fall, contributed on three relay wins, including one that set a meet record as the Broncos captured the team title for the first time, scoring 174 points. The host Knights, who usually win this meet, took second with 165 points. Wheeling and former Knights coach Mike Kamedula finished third, scoring 106 points. "We look at it as one meet at a time," Miller said. "We came away today happy with how we performed. We usually aren't this fast this early, so it's a really good start for us."