OHSBCA Scholarships

OHSBCA Hank Miller Memorial Scholarship

Each year the Board of Directors selects several individuals to be awarded our "Hank Miller Memorial Scholarship". An eligible applicant must be a graduating son or daughter of a coach who has been an OHSBCA member for a minimum of five consecutive years. This year 10 worthy students have been awarded the Miller scholarship. Hank Miller, Canton McKinley High School, was inducted into The OHSBCA Hall Of Fame in 1975. Hank was a teacher of Industrial Arts and Vocational Carpentry for 39 years. He retired from Canton City Schools in 1989. He coached many sports including tennis, golf, basketball, but football and undoubtedly baseball were his favorites. He was a World War II veteran who served in the Marine Corps. Hank graduated from Canton Township High School (Canton South) in 1942 and earned his college degree from Ohio Northern. His coaching career started at Mogadore High School with coaching stints at Louisville, Canton Lincoln, Canton McKinley, and Glen Oak High Schools. Hank was a lifetime member of the National Education Association. Hank was President of the OHSBCA in 1982. He officiated basketball and served as recreational director for the city of Louisville. Hank is a member of the Greater Canton Amateur Sports Hall of Fame and the Ohio Northern University Athletic Hall of Fame. He was founder of the Hank Miller High School baseball series.

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