Sid MilesSid MilesCoached: 1927-1972

Coached: Football, boys basketball, girls basketball, track, & soccer

College: Ithaca College

Started the Wellsville Spring Day Track Meet in 1936

Officiated many sports in the community and the surrounding area

Taught swimming lessons to thousands of kids

Sid Miles was a legend in his own time.



Lou MolisaniLou MolisaniCoached: 1967 – 1992

College: Ithaca University

Was recognized as an excellent motivator and getting the most out of the talent on his teams

Established Wellsville as a football power in Western New York from 1965-1982, record 72-55-4

Coached the girls basketball team to two Section V Championships.

Reached the New York State Final Four in 1989-1990

Was chosen as Section V Girls Basketball Coach of the Year in 1990-1991

His girls basketball teams won over 100 games in just five years, going 66-3 from 1989-1991.




Frank CadyFrank CadyCoached: 1962-2002

College: St. Bonaventure University

He came to Wellsville in 1962. In his 40 year career he served the district as a teacher, principal, and coach in four different sports.

Best known as a softball coach, his teams compiled a record of 198 wins and 39 losses. Including a New York State record of 58 wins in a row. His softball teams won seven Section V Titles including 5 consecutive titles from 1994-1998.

The Olean Times Herald has honored him by presenting a softball coach each year with the Frank Cady Big 30 Coach of the Year Award.

In 2008 he was inducted into the Allegany County Hall of Fame.

In 1991 he was chosen as the Wellsville Chamber of Commerce Man of the Year.




Fran HousemanFran HousemanCoaching Years: 1977-2002

Coached: Soccer & Cheerleading

She is recognized as the most successful girls soccer coach ever at the Wellsville High School.

In coaching girls soccer for 25 years she had a career record of 265 wins with 160 loses and 19 ties.

In 1993 her girls soccer team won the Section V title beating Livonia 2-1. No other team in the history of Wellsville has won a Section V title in girls soccer.

When she retired from coaching in 2002 her 265 career wins ranked her 10th on the all time New York State coaching list.

She will always be remembered as the ultimate role model for the athletes she coached. Wins were never more important than doing it with class.




Bob KozlowskiBob KozlowskiCoaching Years: 1981-2006

Coached: Girls and Boys Volleyball

College: Buffalo State College

Military: US Army

He is recognized as the greatest volleyball coach in the history of Wellsville sports.

In girls volleyball during a 26 year career he had a record of 403 wins against 131 loses.

His girls volleyball teams won 11 Section V titles which places him in the top five of all time.

In 1994 his girls volleyball team achieved the ultimate mark of excellence by winning the New York State title.

In 16 years of coaching boys volleyball his coaching record was an amazing 229 wins with only 39 loses winning a Section V title in 1986.