Bryant Miller has been named the new head football coach at Bath.
Miller was the defensive coordinator at Celina under Jared Rolfes, and then spent 2012-2015 as the defensive coordinator at Bluffton before joining Rolfes in North Carolina. In 2017, he was the head coach at Western Guilford High School in Greensboro, NC.
He replaces Bill Garland, who retired after five seasons leading the Wildcats. Garland was an assistant coach before taking the head role, where he compiled a 19-31 record during his 5 seasons.
Upon board approval at the January 16 board meeting, Bryant Miller will join the Bath High School Wildcats as the new head football coach for the 2018-2019 season. Coach Miller is a Class of 2000 graduate of Bath High School. Congrats @CoachMiller00
— Bath_Athletics (@gobathwildcats) January 10, 2018
Miller is 2000 Bath graduate. He was a 1st Team All-WBL performer as well as 1st Team All-Ohio as a Defensive Back.
With Miller’s hiring, Bath becomes the first local school to fill their football coaching vacancy. To view the entire list of area coaching changes, click here.