Chick-fil-A ‘Triple-A’ – Caldwell County’s Keegan Miller


Caldwell County senior Keegan Miller seemingly has even more goals off the field than she scored on it.

A standout soccer and tennis player at Caldwell County High School, Miller’s list of academic and community accomplishments are longer than her accolades in the sports arena.

The President (and former Secretary) of the National Honor Society, Miller is a graduate of the Governor’s School for Entrepreneurship, a recipient of the Kentucky FFA SAE Grant and qualified and participated in the Quad State Honors Choir.

Miller is the Treasurer of her local FFA Chapter and a Committee Chairman. She is the Youth Praise Band Leader at Northside Baptist Church, a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Northside Youth Fellowship.

Miller is a part of the Gifted and Talented Music and Art program, the Caldwell County High School Choir, Book Club, and was recently cast in the role of Lily St. Regis in the 2024 high school production of Annie Jr.

Miller has qualified for FFA State Nursery Competition and FFA State Floral Competition.

Her athletic accomplishments are nearly as impressive.

On the soccer field, Miller scored five goals — just one short of the school record — in a 9-2 win at Union County in September.

Miller led the Lady Tigers this past season with 19 goals and 12 assists. She finished her high school career with 35 goals and 30 assists.

She twice earned all-region status and helped Caldwell win an All A Classic regional championship.

On the tennis court last year, Miller and teammate Rachel McClung were region runners-up and qualified for the state tournament.

Miller was named to the all-region tennis team as Caldwell finished as 2nd Region team runner-up to Hopkinsville.

She is finishing up her senior season with the Lady Tiger tennis team this spring.

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