P-W’s Miller Named Lions High School Football Coach of the Week
In his sixth season leading the Pewamo-Westphalia Pirates football program, Jeremy Miller has won two state championships, had four straight semi-finals appearances and compiled a record of 62-7. And he was just named the Detroit Lions Michigan High School Football Coach of the Week.
Coming off of a 42-14 win at Saranac last Thursday, the Pirates have begun the season 2-0 for the fourth time since Miller took over as head coach.
Miller will be recognized at an upcoming Lions home game and the P-W football program will receive a $2,000 donation.
Since the start of the 2016 campaign, the P-W Pirates have gone 29-1 including back-to-back Division 7 titles in 2016 & 2017. They're looking for their third straight this year.
It's been another impressive start for the Pirates football program this fall. The highly anticipated showdown vs Division 6 powerhouse Ithaca in week 1 was all P-W, as they won 38-0. Last week, in an early CMAC battle with a talented Saranac squad, the Pirates pulled away in the forth quarter (it was tied 14-14 heading into the final stanza).
Pewamo-Westphalia hosts Bath tomorrow night in another CMAC contest.