Kim Woolsey

The Avon Lake boys basketball team captain his senior year, Woolsey played at the varsity level for two seasons. Woolsey earned Southwestern Conference MVP honors his senior season, as well as the team MVP award. He was also named to the Cleveland Plain Dealer's 1969 Dream Team and earned the Avon Lake High School Athlete of the Year award.

Playing college basketball at Lorain County Community College for two years, Woolsey transferred to Milton College, where he played in 1972 and 1973. A team captain his senior year at Milton, Woolsey set records for most assists in a single game (14), most assists in a single season and most assists in a career.

After his playing career ended, Woolsey coached Milton's freshman basketball team from 1974 to 1976, earning a winning percentage of .770. He has also coached numerous youth basketball, baseball and soccer teams.

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