Coaches Hall of Fame: Lou Miloni

COACH
Hall of Fame – 1986
Omaha

Beginning as an assistant coach at Omaha University in 1963, Lou launched his career as head coach at Omaha Westside just 22 years ago. His teams claim the unique honor of being the last team to take the Class A title at the old coliseum and the first team to claim the Class A crown at the Devaney Sports Center in 1977 with eight members placing in the top four spots with two champions, one runner-up, four thirds, and one foruth. No stranger to accepting honors, Lou began this trend at Central High in Omaha when he placed first or second all four years in high school with a 75-5-1 record. He was twice All-Metro Champ, KMTV Regional Champ, lettered four years at OU, named outstanding wrestler in high school and college, Coach of the Yedar twice by the Omaha Coaches’ and Officials’ Association, and NSWCA Coach of the Year. Refereeing since 1963 Lou claims an impressive coaching record of 178-43-4

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