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Kelsey Miller signs with Rio Grande

Georgetown senior Kelsey Miller signs her letter of intent to continue her running career at the collegiate level at Rio Grande University during a signing ceremony held April 15. Front row, from the left, are Kevin Miller (father), Kelsey Miller, Nina Miller (mother), and Sherry Goecke (grandmother); back row, Rio Grande assistant coach Jordan Cunningham, Georgetown High School cross country and track coach Tony Watson, Rio Grande assistant coach Craig Dougherty, and Georgetown Jr./Sr. High School Principal Jerry Underwood.  Photo by Wade Linville.
Georgetown senior Kelsey Miller signs her letter of intent to continue her running career at the collegiate level at Rio Grande University during a signing ceremony held April 15. Front row, from the left, are Kevin Miller (father), Kelsey Miller, Nina Miller (mother), and Sherry Goecke (grandmother); back row, Rio Grande assistant coach Jordan Cunningham, Georgetown High School cross country and track coach Tony Watson, Rio Grande assistant coach Craig Dougherty, and Georgetown Jr./Sr. High School Principal Jerry Underwood. Photo by Wade Linville.

By Wade Linville – News Democrat

It’s official! Georgetown High School senior Kelsey Miller will continue her running career at Rio Grande University. The mid to long-distance runner will compete in both cross country as well as track and field at Rio Grande following high school graduation.

Miller signed her letter of intent during a signing ceremony at Georgetown Jr./Sr. High School on April 15 with family, friends, coaches and other school staff members present.  

Miller has had an outstanding career as a Georgetown student/athlete, a four-year cross country runner who is currently in her fourth year of track and field.

Twice she earned Southern Buckeye Athletic/Academic Conference National Division First Team honors in cross country, and as a freshman she was selected to the SBAAC National Division Second Team in cross country.

She is also a three-time SBAAC National Division track and field all-star, earning First Team honors as a freshman and Second Team honors as a sophomore and junior. She’s been working hard to earn league all-star honors in track and field once again at the end of the 2016 regular season.

She plans to study Psychology while at Rio Grande.

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