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NEW MADISON — Tri-Village will host its 10th annual Hall of Fame Induction on Jan. 25.


Those being inducted between the junior varsity and varsity games will be: Tammy Kimmel Miller and Nate Lindamood.


The public is invited to attend a reception held in the commons area following the varsity game to honor the new inductees.


Tammy Kimmel Miller


Miller is a 1987 graduate who lettered in volleyball, basketball and softball all four years of her high school career.


In volleyball she was selected as a member of the Darke County all-star team honorable mention and Cross County Conference first team her junior year


She also earned CCC first team accolades in 1986 as well as holding the team records for most kills in a season, most attacks in a season and best spike percentage in a season. Upon graduation she was the school recorder holder for most kills in a season.


Her accomplishments in basketball include CCC honorable mention for four years as well as best field goal percentage in a season, most rebounds in a season and all-Darke County most rebounds award in 1987. She was selected as an all-Darke County junior athlete of the year in 1986 and finished her senior year as a United States Army Reserve scholar athlete.


In softball she was a member of the 1984 CCC championship team, the district runner-up team, district and regional championship teams and a state final four team in 1985. In 1987 she was a member of the National Trail spring all-tourney team as well as earning CCC honorable mention.


Nate Lindamood


Lindamood graduated from Tri-Village in 1991. He earned a varsity letter in golf as well as baseball and was awarded three varsity letters in basketball.


He was a member of the Patriots’ 1991 state runner up team, which was ranked as the Associated Press No. 1 team in the state.


Lindamood’s accomplishments include CCC first team, District 9 all star, Darke County player of the year and AP first team Southwest District, all in both his junior and senior seasons.


In 1990 he earned honors as AP special mention all-Ohio and in 1991, his senior season, he was the AP Southwest District player of the year as well as AP first team all-Ohio.


Lindamood continues to hold school records. He is listed as eighth for career field goal percentage, fifth with most career points, third in most points in a season, fifth in points per game in a season, fourth in career 3-point goals, second in free throw percentage in a season, first in free throw percentage in a season and first in career free throw percentage.

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