Four new members have joined the Milford High School Sports Hall of Fame. They were officially inducted at the varsity football game last Friday night when the Eagles hosted Walnut Hills.
Chuck Mueller (class of 1964) earned five varsity letters in basketball and baseball. He was an Eastern Hills League (EHL) all-star on the hardwood and is seventh in MHS career rebounds with a total of 290. He began the Milford boys soccer program in 1977. In 1980 he coached the Red and White to the EHL title and 18 victories, still a school mark for most varsity boys soccer wins in one season.
Ken Meibers (class of 1966) earned four varsity letters in basketball and cross country. Ranked second in Eagle cage history in career rebounds and rebounds in one season, he helped lead the Red and White to the 1965 and 1966 Eastern Hills League crowns while earning himself EHL Player of the Year honors. He was also all-EHL in cross country and a NAIA All-American in basketball at Union (Ky.) College.
Kim Smith (class of 1980) earned seven varsity letters in volleyball, basketball, track and field, and slow pitch softball. The EHL and all-city cager was the E-Gals