【N.J】 Sean Miller to receive Tony Perch Award at DelVal Scholars Dinner – – – New Jersey News

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Show up and any high school sporting event in the Delaware Valley area and there’s a pretty good chance you’ll see Sean Miller on the sidelines covering the event.

Miller has been on the local scene for 10 years and he has been the main football beat writer in Mercer County for several years with his articles appearing on nj.com.

It is because of his articles, his work ethic and his unique style that the Delaware Valley Chapter of the National Football Foundation will recognize Miller’s work with the Tony Persichilli Meritorious Service Award.

The awards ceremony will been held on March 12th, at the Princeton Marriott at Forrestal and will begin at 3 p.m.

Besides Miller the Chapter will award scholarships to 21 high school Scholar-Athlete-Leaders and other awards the Chapter will bestow.

The following awards will be presented, Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes (Robert F. Casciola Distinguished American), the Bordentown Military Institute (George O’Gorman Contribution to Amateur Football), North Hunterdon’s Kevin Kley (Hank Johns Coach Award), Mike Rowan, of the Hopewell Valley Pop Warner (Contribution to Youth Football), Cooper Briehler, of the Hopewell Valley/Robbinsville Pop Warner (Delaware Valley Little Scholar), Fernando Santana, of SONJ (Eunice Shriver Champion Award), Bill Quirk, the longtime Hun Athletic Director (Nick Gusz Good Guy Award)/

The Judge Arthur Lane Princeton University-Scholar-Leader-Athlete is Carter Christopher and the Earl H. Dean The College of New Jersey Scholar-Leader-Athlete is Joey Bellamy.

Miller is a graduate of Nottingham High School and Columbia University.

“It’s always great to cover a game with Sean,” said The -’s Rich Fisher, who has worked with Miller over the year. “He has a solid knowledge of the sports he covers and provides good insight, but he never takes the games or himself too seriously. We always have a good time and share some laughs, but in the end he’s serious about getting the job done and providing the readers with an accurate and entertaining account of the game.”

He has been a soccer player, coach and fan for many years and prior to become a journalist he coached at Trenton Catholic Academy and his teams went 59-6-2 under his tutelage.

One of his Trenton Catholic Academy players, Tom Tom Johnson became an All-America player in college and went on to play professionally in Spain.

He has also covered the Trenton Thunder regularly will write a column about the European professional soccer leagues.

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