Twins Sarah, Emmaly Miller use differences to lead Birch Run girls basketball


Sarah and Emmaly Miller are juniors for a Birch Run girls basketball team that claimed conference and ‘ “Emmaly could be a great basketball player, but track is her sport,” Kramer said.

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One wants to play basketball in college, the other track. One likes Michigan State, the other the University of Michigan.

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Sarah and Emmaly Miller are juniors for a Birch Run girls basketball team that claimed conference and district titles last season and has won five of its last six games to stand at 10-5. Sarah Miller, the older sister by three minutes, earned Associated Press Class B all-state honors as a sophomore.

‘They are two totally different personalities for sure,’ Birch Run coach Dan Kramer said. “But they are both super competitive, which can become a problem. Emmaly is our best defender, and sometimes I put them on different teams in practice so Sarah has to go against Emmaly. It’s good for both of them.

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GIRLS TRACK PREVIEW: Kelly aims to overcome stress fracture

SENIOR MYAH KELLY OF CORUNNA has been making major headlines as a girls pole vaulter. She cleared 12 feet even’ to win the CAAC Red title last year. She also vaulted fifth in the state and placed fifth at the New Balance Nationals in North Carolina.

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CORUNNA ‘ Corunna’s Myah Kelly began the preseason with a protective boot on her left foot after suffering a stress fracture.

But the senior pole vaulter is determined to work her way back to the Division 2 state finals and beyond.

‘It’s going pretty good and hopefully I get this boot off tomorrow and I can get back into things,’ she said in late March. ‘It was from kind of over-use. I had a stress fracture. Hopefully I’ll be pole vaulting in a couple of weeks or so. I’m not sure how long it will take to re-hab it back to the strength it needs to be.’

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Grainger County residents recognized at Walters State’s Honors Night included Whitney F. Myers and Austin Atkins.

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Cocke County residents recognized during Walters State’s honors night included Hannah Palmer, Daniel Hunter Thornton and Dalton J. Hitchcock.

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H. Michael Shultz, a history major from Morristown, received the President’s Outstanding Student award during Walters State’s 2018 Honors Night Ceremony. From left are Dr. Tony Miksa, president of Walters State; Shultz, and Dr. Lori Campbell, vice president of academic affairs.

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