Athletic Hall of Fame


Jenn Scutt Joyce

Jenn Scutt JoyceClass: 1996-2000

Sports Played:
Soccer 4 Years
Basketball 4 Years
Softball 3 years

College: St. Bonaventure University & Alfred University

She was a member of 5 Section V Championship teams – 4 in softball and 1 in basketball.

On May 10th 1999 she pitched a perfect game: 21 up and 21 down.

In 2000 she was selected as the Section V Tournament MVP as well as 1st Team All State in softball.

In the 2000 Section V Playoffs she pitched all 4 games to the championship while not giving up a single run and she had 4 straight shut-outs.

She accepted a scholarship to play softball at
division 1 St. Bonaventure where she suffered a career ending injury.

In her senior year she was recognized as the top female athlete in the class as well as winning the Sid Miles Athlete Award.



Chris ReganChris ReganClass: 1998-2001

Sports Played:
Baseball 4 years

College: Messiah College

Chris was an extremely gifted baseball player. He had a brilliant high school career earning 1st Team All State his senior year as a catcher.

Set the High School doubles record in one season (18) which is also the current Section V record.

Had an outstanding career at Messiah where he set several baseball records including most career RBI’s, most doubles in one season, and most extra base hits in one season.

In college he was chosen to the 1st Team All Conference Team twice and was the MVP of the conference in 2004.

During summer ball he played for the Wellsville Nitros Baseball Team where he led the team in hitting in 2003 and 2004. He was chosen the team’s MVP in both years.




Nicole Whitwood CareyNicole Whitwood CareyClass: 1998-2002

Sports Played:
Soccer 5 Years
Basketball 4 Years
Softball 4 Years

Colleges: SUNY Fredonia & Nazareth College

Was named MVP of 3 consecutive Section V Class C Finals in 3 different sports: 2001 Softball, 2001 Soccer (Defense), & 2002 Basketball

2002 Sid Miles Award for WHS outstanding athlete

Graduated as WHS all-time leader in assists (soccer)

Named to multiple Expressway Conference All-Star teams in basketball, soccer & softball. Spectator Great 8 1st Team (basketball), All New York State 2nd Team (softball)

Her combination of athletic talent and competitive spirit place her among the all-time great WHS female athletes.




Allison Houseman CookAllison Houseman CookClass: 1999-2003

Sports Played:
Swimming 6 Years

SUNY Cortland

She had an outstanding high school career in swimming where she was honored with the team MVP for three consecutive years.

Upon graduation she held 6 high school records in girls swimming.

She currently holds 3 swimming records at SUNY Cortland.

In 2006 she was chosen as a College All American on the 200 Freestyle Relay Team.

She was the George Breea Award winner in 2007 for recognition of outstanding achievement at Cortland.

While at Cortland she made the SUNYAC All Academic Team for four years.




Tricia WalkerTricia WalkerClass: 1999-2003

Sports Played:
Basketball 4 Years
Soccer 3 Years
Golf 2 Years

Alfred State College
Brockport State College

She was a member of two Section V Basketball Teams in 2002 & 2003.

She was the MVP of the Section V Basketball playoffs in 2003.

She was selected as the Expressway Conference MVP her senior year in basketball.

Played 2 years on the Alfred State basketball team where she was selected MVP on defense in 2004.

Recognized as an outstanding leader. She was chosen captain of her basketball teams in 2002 & 2003.




Brady MilesBrady MilesClass: 2001-2005

Sports Played:
Soccer 5 Years
Baseball 4 Years

College: SUNY @ Brockport

Currently holds the career scoring record in soccer with 142 points (56 goals, 30 assists).

Set a single game scoring record in soccer by scoring six goals on September 19, 2004.

Played first base on the gold medal baseball team at the New York State Empire State Games during the summer of 2004.

Was selected to play in the Greater Rochester Select Senior Game in soccer in the Fall of 2004.

Started at second base on the High School Sectional Baseball Championship Team in 2005 when he had a .383 batting average.

Made the Expressway All Star Team in baseball and soccer for two straight years.




Jason SzaboJason SzaboClass: 2001-2005

Sports Played:
Soccer 5 Years
Basketball 4 Years
Baseball 3 Years

R.I.T. & Daemen College

Named to the Spectator Great 8 First Team for basketball his junior and senior years.

In high school basketball he scored over 900 points and accumulated over 1000 rebounds.

He was selected to the Section V All Tournament Team. For basketball for three consecutive years (2003, 2004, & 2005).

By many he is recognized as the best sweeper to ever play the game of soccer at Wellsville High School. (Current school record of fewer goals allowed, 8 in 2004).

In 2005 he led his high school baseball team in the post season by batting .500 as they won the Section V championship.

He was truly a three sport star in soccer, basketball, and baseball during his high school career.

Named to the Spectator Great 8 First Team for




Rick WhitwoodRick WhitwoodClass: 2001-2005

Sports Played:
Basketball 3 years
Baseball 3 years

College: R.I.T.

In his senior year he was chosen as the Big 30 Player of the Year in basketball. The only Wellsville player to ever receive the award.

In 2005 he was chosen as the Spectator Great 8 and Class B Birdseye Player of the Year in basketball.

Went on to play college basketball for 3 years with an outstanding career at R.I.T.

In baseball his senior year he was selected to the New York State 1st Team while hitting .424, with 22 R.B.I.’S and 26 stolen bases.

Starting center fielder on the 2005 Section V Baseball Championship Team when he was chosen MVP of the tournament.

In 2005 he was presented the Sid Miles Award as the top male athlete in the Wellsville High School.




Taylor HousemanTaylor HousemanClass: 2002-2006

Sports Played: Swimming 6 Years

College: SUNY Cortland

She had as outstanding career in high school swimming where she currently holds 4 school records.

Her best was yet to come as she became a two time All American in swimming at SUNY Cortland.

At Cortland her senior year she won the Grace Mowalt Award as the teams most outstanding senior swimmer in academics & SUNYAC performance.

Twice she was chosen for the Red Letter Award given out to the most valuable performer on the Cortland Swim Team in 2008 and 2010.

She holds four records at SUNY Cortland in swimming and in 2010 she set the SUNYAC Conference record in the 200 yard breaststroke.