The 2006 class of the Milford High School Athletic Hall of Fame will be honored before the varsity football game with Little Miami, Sept. 8. A father-daughter combo (Ted and Stefani Dixon) will be inducted together.
Carroll “Red” Iles (class of 1958)
Iles earned 11 varsity letters playing football, basketball, baseball, and track and field. He was all-city in football in 1956 on the Eagles’ unbeaten squad.
Dan Bickel (class of 1968)
Bickel was involved in Milford High School athletics for four decades. He was the manager of the basketball and baseball teams during his prep days.
Stefani Dixon (class of 1996)
Dixon earned 12 letters competing in soccer, basketball, and track and field.
She was All-Greater Miami Conference (GMC) and all-city in soccer, basketball, and track and field.
She was the Division I regional champion in the high jump three years and was a state qualifier four years.
She still owns the Milford, GMC, and city record in the high jump (5-feet, 8-inches).
She was a member of Milford’s Ohio Final Four in girls basketball (1993) and was District 16 Player of the Year. She competed in the Ohio North-South All-State cage game.
At the University of North Carolina (UNC) she fulfilled her track and field scholarship competing all four years and owns the Tarheels’ record in the pole vault.
Twice captain of the UNC team she was the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) indoor/outdoor pole vault champion (1998) and an ACC Academic All-American.
Ted Dixon (coach)
Dixon was the leader of the girls basketball program from 1980-96 achieving a record of 251-108 with the E-Gal varsity.
His career record was an enviable 361-142. This included five league titles, four sectional crowns, and five district championships.
Milford was a regional semi-finalist in 1991 and won the regional championship in 1993 that qualified the Red and White for the Ohio Final Four State Championship Tournament.
Dixon was selected as the Ohio Coach of the Year in 1993 and league coach of the year in 1982-90-91-92. He was a track coach (1972-80).