At the TSSAA State Wrestling tournament this past weekend at the Williamson County Agricultural Center, Summit coach Pete Miller was named coach of the year for Tennessee.
The award is given by the National High School Coaches Association. It picks state finalists and then national finalists and then a winner in each of the high school sports.
He also won the award last year for Tennessee, when he had nine state qualifiers.
This year he had just as good of a showing, bringing seven wrestlers with him to the state tournament: Logan Powers, Nathan Porter, Sean Butler, Esteban Remillard, Sawyer Knott, Zack Carney and Hunter Hancock.
Remillard had the most success, finishing 6th in the 132-pound bracket.
— Pete Miller (@wcsSSTMSpm) February 21, 2016
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