Open vision bar

Jerry Taylor Receives Bob Miller Award

Hart County Schools Athletic Director Jerry Taylor recently received the Bob Miller Award. Mr. Miller, from Newport, Kentucky, was one of the founding fathers of the Kentucky High School Coaches Association (KHSCA). This association gives an annual award in Bob Miller's name to a deserving individual who has contributed to the well-being of student-athletes, coaches, and administrators in their community, school, and state.

This year's award goes to Mr. Jerry Taylor of Hart County. Jerry has served the students of Hart County as a teacher, coach, and athletic director for 52 years. For 36 of those years, he has been Athletic Director of Hart County High School. He has also served as tournament manager at the district and regional levels for basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, and track. Jerry served on the 5th Region Policy Board as President for 20 years. He has also been a member of the 5th Region Athletic Directors’ Association, representing the 5th Region. Jerry served on the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s Board of Control for 8 years representing the 5th and 6th regions. While on the KHSAA Board of Control he served as Vice-President and President.

Making the “Bob Miller Outstanding Achievement/Service Award” is HCHS Principal Greg Cecil.

Congratulations to the 2020 “Bob Miller Outstanding Achievement Service Award" - JERRY TAYLOR!


Back to School News      Print News Article