CHRIS HARTLEY (2002)
A four-year letterman in basketball, Hartley scored 1,258 career points to rank 3rd on the NHS all-time scoring list in Boys Basketball. He was named All-Conference and All-County for three years and was a key member of Miller teams that won 67 games during his high school career.
LEIGH MARCUM (2001)
Marcum was a four-year letterman in volleyball and held nine school records. She was a four-time All-Conference and All-County selection and a two-time Hamilton County Player of the Year. Marcum was a two-time All-Metro North Co-Player of the Year; following her junior and senior seasons she was named to the All-Indianapolis Super Team. As a senior, Marcum was named All-State.
CINDI MERRILL (2002)
Merrill was a four-year letterman for the Millers in basketball and scored 1,625 points to rank 2nd on the NHS all-time scoring list in Girls Basketball. She was named All-Conference and All-County for four years and was selected to the Indiana All-Star team.
MEGHAN POTEE (2010)
Potee was a four-year letterman in golf and diving and was named All-State in each sport. She is the only student-athlete in IHSAA history to win an Individual State Championship in two unrelated sports. As a senior, she was the Individual Medalist at the IHSAA State Golf Finals and claimed 1st Place in diving at the IHSAA State Swim Finals.
SALLY SHONK (2003)
A four-year letterman in golf, Shonk finished 2nd as an individual at the IHSAA State Golf Finals and was named the IHSAA Mental Attitude Award Winner. She was a four-time All-State, All-Conference, and All-County selection and was named Academic All-State. Shonk was also a four-year letterman in basketball.
SARAH VANMETRE (2003)
VanMetre was a four-year letterman in basketball and volleyball. She was named to the Indiana All-Star team for basketball and was named All-Conference and All-County in each sport.
WES WHISLER (2001)
Whisler was a four-year letterman in baseball and was named Indiana “Mr. Baseball” as a senior. He was a four-time All-Conference and All-County selection and was named 1st-team All-State as a senior. Whisler holds the career records for Home Runs (41) and RBI (145). He was also a three-year letterman in basketball.