SPC coach Scottie Miller earns win No. 400



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Fri. April 12, 2013 | Rodney Page | Email

St. Petersburg Catholic baseball coach Scottie Miller earned win No. 400 on Thursday night, a 5-2 victory over Canterbury. Miller then got win No. 401 Friday night over Admiral Farragut, 16-0. He was presented with a banner by the team on Friday, which was senior night at the school.

"I really didn't want this to get out," Miller said. "It just means that I've been around a long time and coached a lot of great kids."

Miller started his head coaching career at St. Petersburg Catholic. Then he spent time as head coach at Northeast and Countryside before leaving high school coaching to work as an assistant at Eckerd College for nine years. He then joined Seminole and was head coach of the 2001 state championship team. Miller was an assistant at SPC last year before taking over for John Vigue this season.


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