Tim Miker - Parma Senior High Class of 2008
Miker was a standout in football and baseball for the Redmen. In football, he earned second-team All-Ohio honors as a running back. He was selected as conference MVP his senior year after leading the Redmen to a 7-3 finish and rushing for 1,526 yards and 22 rushing touchdowns. His efforts earned him Plain Dealer Player of the Week, team MVP, All-Sun Post, All-Plain Dealer team, All-Conference, All-District, and All-State honors. His junior season, he rushed for 1,244 yards and scored 15 touchdowns rushing and 1 receiving. Having eclipsed the 1,000-yard rushing mark both his junior and senior seasons, Miker graduated as one of the most prolific running backs in our school’s history. He left PSH setting 5 school records; most rushing yards in a season, most touchdowns scored, average yards per carry, avg yards per game, and most points scored in a season. He was All-conference both his junior and senior years and an East-West all-star.
In baseball, Miker was also a two-time All-Conference selection and team MVP. He left several school records on the diamond that include: most walks in a season, most Stolen bases in a season and most hits in a season, runs scored, at-bats, triples. Miker was awarded the Mr. Redmen - PSH Male Athlete of the Year Award.
Miker continued his education at Baldwin-Wallace University where he earned 3 varsity letters while rushing for 1,404 yards and 17 touchdowns during his Yellow Jacket career. He received the B-W Bob Packard Most Valuable Back Award in 2009.