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Pleasure Ridge Park High School to honor late coach Bill Miller at Wednesday night baseball game

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Coach Bill Miller died on Monday, April 23, according to a statement from Kim Salyer, the school's principal. He was 68. Coach Bill Miller died on Monday, April 23, according to a statement from Kim Salyer, the school's principal. He was 68.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Pleasure Ridge Park High School baseball team will celebrate its late coach, Bill Miller, Wednesday night.

Miller died last week after a battle with cancer.

The team was originally supposed to honor him at a previous game, but the ceremony was postponed to May 2 because of a request from his family.

Miller led PRP's baseball program for 39 seasons, and won six state championships.

PRP plays St. X at 6 p.m. this evening. The school has invited former players and anyone who loved Coach Miller to attend.

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