Presentation on theme: "WHS HALL OF FAME 2007 INDUCTION. The Wellsville Athletic Hall of Fame honors the many outstanding athletes, coaches, and others who have had a significant."— Presentation transcript:
The Wellsville Athletic Hall of Fame honors the many outstanding athletes, coaches, and others who have had a significant impact on the success of athletic programs at Wellsville High School and beyond.
WHS HALL OF FAME COMMITTEE Jim InsleyPat Regan Dennis MilesBill Wonderling Fran HousemanBrian Gray John BaldwinRolly Miles Michelle AlvordShelly Chaffee
WHS HALL OF FAME INDUCTIEES Our most recent inductees include:
WHS HALL OF FAME INDUCTIEES 2005 Class Tiffany Hainey Darren MacCartney Jason Mattison 1990 Baseball Team
WHS HALL OF FAME INDUCTIEES 2006 Class Kila (Green) Cook Terry Engelder Tim Hardy Katie Joy Robert Weigand 1993 Baseball Team
WHS HALL OF FAME INDUCTIEES 2007 Class Chris Regan Steve Childs Heidi Reester Darrell Austin Jim Stein Girls Sectional Track Team
2008 INDUCTEES 1. Max Grossman 1945 2. Frank Cady 2002 3. Don Insley 2002 4. Wrestling Team 1990
1945 Harry S. Truman becomes President First Class Stamp = $0.03 Detroit wins the World Series
Max Grossman Class: 1941-1945 Sports Played: Baseball 4 years Track 4 years Basketball 1 year
Max Grossman Colleges: RBI and Bryant & Straton In high School he was awarded the very prestigious 20 Point Letter Award as well as The Man of the Year Award in 1945. He played shortstop on his high school baseball teams where he was chosen to play in the County All Star Game, and he was recognized as a brilliant glove man.
Max Grossman After graduation he went on to have a wonderful career in softball. In 2000 he was selected as the best all around player in Irondequoit Senior Softball League. In 2005 he was inducted into the Rochester Jewish Athletes Hall of Fame.
Max Grossman In 2006 he was inducted into the Rochester Senior Slow Pitch Hall of Fame. A leader of men he served as commissioner of the Irondequoit Softball League for 1992-1997.
Max Grossman Wellsville High School 2008 Hall of Fame Member
1962 President John F. Kennedy New York Yankees won the World Series Best Picture West Side Story A new WHS English teacher arrives in Wellsville!
Frank Cady Years in Wellsville: 1962 - 2002 Sports Coached: Softball Boys Basketball Girls Tennis Boys Tennis
Frank Cady 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.
Frank Cady 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.
Frank Cady 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.
Frank Cady Wellsville High School 2008 Hall of Fame Member
1970 President Richard M. Nixon First Class Stamp = $0.06 Baltimore wins the World Series Dr. Don arrives in Wellsville
Don Insley Years in Wellsville: 1970 - 2002 Colleges: Geneseo State University University of Rochester
Moved to Wellsville in 1970 where he served the school and community for thirty-two years. He was recognized as the doctor of the football team while he served as their athletic trainer for over 20 years. Don Insley
For 14 years he was well recognized as the boys high school basketball official scorekeeper. He was involved with Wellsville youth athletics as a coach, trainer, and official for over 30 years! Don Insley
Helped organize and served as one of the original officers of the Wellsville Sports Boosters Club. He was the founder of the Village of Wellsville Youth and Recreation Department. He was a pillar in the Wellsville sports community. Don Insley
Don Insley Wellsville High School 2008 Hall of Fame Member
1990 Song of the Year "Wind Beneath My Wings," Bette Midler Super Bowl San Francisco d. Denver (55-10) World Series Cincinnati d. Oakland A's (4-0) South Africa frees Nelson Mandela, imprisoned 27 ½ years