In a short time, Weston Miller has made an everlasting impression in the world of Jarrell High athletics.
Still just a sophomore, Miller competes in four sports for the Cougars, proving to be the embodiment of everything the school looks and hopes for in its student-athletes.
“Weston has set the bar for work ethic, dedication and the Cougar spirit,” athletic trainer Ryan Williams told Texas Scorecard. “Not only is Weston a hardworking athlete, his classwork and other extracurricular achievements speak of his character as well.”
One of the sports Miller excels in for Jarrell is track and field, competing for the Cougars this season in the 800 and 400 meters at the district meet where he improved his time in the 800 by a full five seconds. Miller also ranks in the Top 15 in school history for best times in both events, posting a career-best 58.89 in the 400 and 2:23.51 in the 800 in 2018.
“What makes Weston a Cougar athlete is his give all, never give up attitude,” Miller added. “There is nothing we can ask Weston to do that he will not give his very best effort to accomplish. An athlete is proficient in multiple movements and that is exactly what Weston has done and continues to improve each and every day.”
Finally, Miller ranks as one of the leaders in his sophomore class and is largely seen as an emerging leader.