Hall of Fame Class of 2013


JIM CAMP (1958)
Football, Basketball

Camp was a four-year letterman in football and a three-year letterman in basketball. He also played baseball and ran track. He was 2nd Team All-State in football as a member of the 1957 undefeated team. He was a member of the 1957 basketball team that won sectional and regional championships and the 1958 sectional championship basketball team.

GARY COX (1963)
Basketball, Football

Cox was a three-year letterman who played for Coach Glen Harper and played on some of the greatest teams in Noblesville basketball history. At the time of his graduation, Cox held the school record for points scored in a game with 41 and he was the first Miller to score 1,000 points in a career, finishing as the school’s scoring leader with 1,234 points; he was an alternate on the 1963 Indiana All-Star team. Cox was also a standout football player who held the school record for most touchdowns scored by an end with 10 and earned second-team UPI All-State honors. Cox also held school and county records in Track and High Jump.

GLEN HARPER (1957-70)

Harper served as head coach of the Noblesville basketball program from 1957 to 1970 and compiled an overall 149-130 record. His basketball teams won seven out of eight sectional championships from 1957 to 1964, and he led the 1957 and 1963 Millers to regional championships.

Track & Field, Football, Basketball

Hull was undefeated in the regular season High Jump events in Track & Field during his career. He tied for first place in the high jump and third place in the pole vault at the state meet as a senior, leading Noblesville to a second-place finish. Hull was also a football and basketball player at NHS.

DON KELLY (1946)
Football, Basketball, Track & Field

Kelly was 3rd team All-State in 1944 and Honorable Mention All-State in 1945 in football. He broke the Noblesville scoring record with 114 points in the 1944 season. His senior year, he was the leading scorer in basketball with 214 points. He also was a two-time sectional champion in the pole vault and placed at the state meet.

JIM LAND (1962)
Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track & Field

Land was an outstanding football and basketball player who also excelled in track & field and baseball. He was named All-State in football in his senior year. Land was a member of the 1961 and 1962 sectional championship basketball teams.

BILL MCCLAIN (1954-63)

McClain served as head coach of the Noblesville football program from 1954 to 1963. He coached for nine seasons and compiled an overall record of 61-26-2, which included a three-year stretch with a 27-2-1 record from 1956-58. He guided the 1957 Millers to an undefeated season.

STAN NEAL (1961)
Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track & Field

Neal played football, basketball, baseball, and track & field. He earned 11 varsity letters in his high school career, and he was All-Hamilton County and All-State Honorable Mention in 1961. Neal played on the 1959 and 1961 sectional championship basketball teams, and as a senior he scored 480 points, averaging 18.5 points per game. He was also an outstanding quarterback for the Millers.

Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track & Field

Porter is considered by some to be the best athlete to ever participate at Noblesville High School. He won 16 major awards, with four varsity letters in football, basketball, baseball, and track. He was 3rd Team All-State as the quarterback of the 1957 undefeated football team. He was a member of the 1957 basketball team that won sectional and regional championships, as well as the 1958 and 1959 sectional championship basketball teams.

Football, Track & Field

Scully played varsity football for three years. He was the halfback on the undefeated 1926 team. The football team went 18-6-1 during his three years. He broke the individual scoring record in Track & Field at the 1927 State Meet by scoring 20 points. He finished first in the high jump, shot put, 120 low hurdles, and the 100-yard dash. His 10.0 time in the 100-yard dash broke a 20-year record. His performance gave Noblesville a second-place finish in the 1927 state meet.

Track & Field

Walton placed first in the 100-yard dash, 220-yard dash, and the long jump at the 1913 State Track & Field Meet. He scored 15 out of the 16 1/2 points the Millers tallied to win Noblesville’s first state championship in any sport. He also scored 13 points in the 1912 state finals.

Undefeated Season (10-0), Held Six Opponents Scoreless

Head Coach: Bill McClain
Assistant Coach: Bill Nevitt
Team Members: Tom Abel, Jerry Ammerman, Mike Anthony, Carl Applegate, Jerry Baker, Harold Box, Ronald Bright, Joe Burris, Tony Burris, Bert Butler, Jerry Cain, Jim Camp, Arb Campbell, Bill Campbell, Max Cecil, Bill Craig, Steve DeHart, Bob Derival, Jim Derival, Dan Dillon, Jim Dillon, Joseph Duvall, Steve Duvall, Bill Evans, Larry Fahrenkamp, John Field, Arvin Foland, Rex Goble, Gary Graham, Barry Green, Dennis Huggins, Albert Kane, Jim Kemerly, Don McKinley, Jim Miller, Stanley Neal, John Pangburn, Don Paskins, Dave Porter, Dave Scherer, Gary Utter, Phillip Utter, Dick Wachtstetter, Ray Wallace, David Warner, Jerry Warner, John White, Walt Wilson, Ted Wire, Tom Wire, Tom Zook.

1957 Noblesville Millers Football Team

Regional Champions

Head Coach: Glen Harper
Assistant Coach: Bill Nevitt
Team Members: Tom Abel, Bob Anderson, Bert Butler, Jim Camp, Arb Campbell, Jack Clark, Jim Dillon, Mickey Gunn, Don Meredith, Dave Porter, Jan Robinson, John Tener.
Managers: Jim Burrell, Jim Burt, Larry Neal, Dick Wachtstetter.

1957 Noblesville Millers Boys Basketball Team