Stoneham High School

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Athletic Hall of Fame




Hall of Fame Inductees - Class of 2008



Bonnie Campbell Miller
1997 - Volleyball, Basketball & Tennis


Bonnie Campbell was easily the best volleyball player to walk through the doors at Stoneham High, but her highly decorated Spartan career almost didn't happen.

Campbell nearly ran cross-country with her friends as a freshman, but instead chose to play on the volleyball squad in the fall and commenced a dominant SHS career in three different sports.

The tall and rangy Campbell was a three-time All-Star in volleyball for the Spartans and was named the North Shore League MVP and a Boston Globe All-Scholastic during a brilliant senior campaign.

In the winter, Campbell transformed herself into a monster in the paint while playing center for the Lady Spartans and averaged more than 10 rebounds per game during both her junior and senor seasons.  Campbell still holds the single-game record with an eye-popping 29-rebound game during the Stoneham Holiday Tournament in her junior season.  Her intimidating inside presence led her to be named a Middlesex All-Star in both her junior and senior seasons.

"Bonnie" is a role model and a nice kid that I can ask to do anything," said Deb Deacon, Campbell's hoop coach at Stoneham High, to the Stoneham Independent.  "And she is a fantastic rebounder."

In the spring, Campbell was an accomplished girls' tennis player and was a two-time Middlesex League All-Star performer under head coach Jim Carino.

Campbell was also a top-notch student and team leader who served as a captain in all three of her chosen sports and continued on with her accomplished athletic career at Wheaton College.

Campbell played in 544 straight volleyball games at Wheaton and was aptly described as a "legend on the Wheaton volleyball court" by the Stoneham Sun.  An aggressive presence at the net, she set the Wheaton career record for blocks and was a two-time Regional All-American and All-New England First Team during her collegiate career.  She and her husband, Daniel, currently reside in North Reading.

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