Athletic Hall of Honor
The Clear Creek ISD Athletic Hall of Honor was created in 2016 to recognize the efforts and contributions of former student-athletes, coaches, and teams who have brought distinction, honor, and excellence to Clear Creek ISD.
Alumni from Clear Creek High School and Clear Lake High School, along with their families, friends and CCISD leadership, gathered on October 23, 2021, to be a part of the Clear Creek ISD Athletic Hall of Honor Induction Ceremony and Reception. Guests looked on as three legendary coaches, 10 elite athletes and three state championship teams were officially inducted into the Athletic Hall of Honor, collectively as the Class of 2020.
Click here to view photos from the Athletic Hall of Honor Induction Ceremony and Reception.
Although the class was selected in 2020, plans for the ceremony originally slated for fall of 2020 had to be deferred due to the pandemic.
The special event is made possible by generous supporters including Founding sponsors, Lewis Jewelers and the Luis Garcia family and many Platinum, Gold and Silver sponsors who contribute to the success of the ceremony.
Follows is a complete list of all those who were honored and inducted as the Class of 2020:
Clear Lake HS 1974-1994
Clear Creek HS 1968-1972, 1983-2004
James “Jim” Mallory
Clear Creek HS 1978-2011
Clear Creek HS – 1970
Clear Lake HS – 1981
Clear Creek HS – 1988
Holly Renee Magee
Clear Lake HS – 1977
Sue Schelfhout Berg
Clear Lake HS – 1985
Volleyball, Basketball, Golf
Clear Lake HS – 1989
Clear Creek HS – 1979
Jose Oscar Rivas
Clear Lake HS – 1986
Clear Lake HS – 1979
Volleyball, Basketball, Track, Cross Country
Lyssa McBride Seale
Clear Creek HS – 1986
Clear Lake Girls Cross Country UIL 5A Championship Teams
Head Coach: Anid de la Garza
Missy Domenick – 1985
Kim Olver – 1986
Lisa Pyer – 1987
Sandy Dohanich – 1984
Andra Tamburro* – 1985
Tessa Ibarra Fuqua – 1984
Denise Daley La Grange – 1985
Barbie Betters Meyer – 1985
Kim Lewis – 1987
Missy Price – 1986
Missy Domenick – 1985
Kim Olver – 1986
Lisa Pyer – 1987
Andra Tamburro* – 1985
Barbie Betters – 1985
Susie Ibarra – 1988
Debbie Randall – 1987
Melissa Erwin Sazama – 1987
Denise Daley La Grange – 1985
Kim Lewis – 1987
Kim Olver – 1986
Lisa Pyer – 1987
Susie Ibarra – 1988
Kelly T. Cuddeback – 1989
Noadiah Eckman – 1988
Kim Cook – 1987
Lauren Simmons – 1987
Kelly Gilbert – 1987
Ousa Haynes O’Mara – 1988
Amy Berry – 1988
1989 Clear Lake High School Boys Basketball Team, UIL 5A State Champions
Head Coach: Bill Krueger
Lynn McDonald – Asst. Coach
Charlie Spurlin – Asst. Coach
Mark Barker – Asst. Coach
Paul Quillen – Asst. Coach
Jim “Pud” Williams* – Statistician
David Silva – Trainer
Eric Valentino – 1991
Robert Henson – 1989
Michael Moten – 1989
Dr. Brian Williams – 1990
Bradley Bruce – 1989
Tim Glover – 1990
Scott Boykin – 1989
David Buckner – 1989
Mike Fultz – 1990
Paul Cooper – 1990
Eric Henderson – 1989
Mike Simmons – 1990
John Easterly – 1990
Derrick Lormand – 1991
Steve Rasmussen – 1990
David Woods – 1989
Dr. Justin Kerr – 1989
Tomas Moreno – 1990
Andy Zimmerman – 1990
Jesse Kerr – 1991
Anthony Kaye – 1991
Todd Shotwell – 1990
1991 Clear Creek High School Boys Baseball Team, UIL 5A State Champions
Head Coach: James “Jim” Mallory
Eric Leger – Asst. Coach
Darrell Warden – Asst. Coach
Robert “Bobby” Dingenary – Asst. Coach
Carey Faires – Trainer
Jim W. Molina – 1992
Pat Ryder – 1991
Kevin Roher – 1993
Chad Sundbeck – 1991
Brian Rudis – 1991
Ruben Gonzales – 1992
Shawn Buhner – 1991
Rob Rexer – 1991
Thomas Kirsch Uptegrove – 1991
Reuben Samaha – 1991
Brendan Daly – 1991
Angelo Antoline – 1993
Art Jeffords* – 1992
Chris Hosek – 1991
Ryan Keathley – 1992
Doug Cash – 1991
Todd Phillips – 1992
Eric Silvas – 1991
Jeffrey Suffron – 1992
Scott Adams – 1991
Student Trainer: Jill J. Chicoine Smith – 1992
Placards bearing the names of all inductees from 2016 to present are affixed to the home side concourse of CCISD Challenger Columbia Stadium as well as the stadium fieldhouse.
The 2020 class was chosen through an extensive nomination and selection process for bringing distinction, honor and excellence to themselves, their alma maters and community. A 501(c)3, the CCISD Athletic Hall of Honor was established in 2016 and each year encompasses athletes of a specific era, folding in CCISD high schools as they were formed. For the 2020 nomination and award window, the nominee had to be a coach or graduate of Webster High School, Clear Creek High School, Clear Lake High School or Clear Brook High School between the years of 1948 and 1987.
The CCISD 2019 Athletic Hall of Honor welcomed the latest class of inductees representing Webster High School, Clear Creek High School and Clear Lake High School whose athletic superstardom spanned from 1955 through 1987.
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The following coaches were inducted into the CCISD Athletic Hall of Honor:
Allen Dean Holtman* – Clear Creek High School, 1974 - 1993
Paul Gips* – Clear Creek High School, 1962 - 1983 *posthumously
Henry F. Bauerschlag* – Clear Creek High School, 1953 - 1984
Buddy Carlisle – Clear Creek High School, 1976 – 2006
Family members of Holtman, Gips and Bauerschlag accepted the awards and shared remarks on behalf of their respective loved one.
With her father and 2019 inductee Buddy Carlisle by her side, Kelsey Gross spoke that evening of the Carlisle family legacy in CCISD. “The winning tradition was started by my granddad, George Carlisle,” she said. “My dad is very proud that the George Carlisle Field House and the Buddy Carlisle Court make up the only facility in Texas where the building is named after a father and the court is named after his son.” George Carlisle was inducted into the inaugural CCISD Athletic Hall of Honor class in 2016.
The following student athlete honorees were welcomed into the new class of distinguished athletes:
Boonie Wilkening* – Webster High School, 1955; Basketball
Susie Kelly Flatau – Clear Creek High School, 1970; Basketball, Tennis
Susan N. Brand – Clear Creek High School, 1972; Basketball, Track
Nancy Olson – Clear Creek High School, 1974; Basketball
Barry Dittman* – Clear Lake High School, 1975; Football
“The athletes inducted today bring honor to themselves and this District,” said Dr. C. Lynn Davis, master of ceremonies and past president of the Athletic Hall of Honor Board of Directors. “They have earned this distinction not only from their athletic accomplishments years ago but in how they continue to live their lives with excellence and integrity,” he said.
The 2019 Athletic Hall of Honor team inductees are:
1956 Webster High School Boys Basketball Team, UIL 2A
Third Place in State
Coach George B. Carlisle*
Asst. Coach Henry F. Bauerschlag*
Pat Jensen* – 1956 James Wesley Davis* – 1957
Garvis Hadley – 1956 William Larry Frost – 1957
Paul Blanchard* – 1956 Tom Goodman* – 1957
Lawrence Smith* – 1956 Gary Brizendine – 1957
Bill Galey – 1956 Ronald Wohn – 1957
Garland Smith* – 1956 John Hancock* – 1957
Joe Dickson – 1956 Stanley Magee* – 1957
Robert Brown – 1957
James Wesley Davis* – 1957
William Larry Frost – 1957
Tom Goodman* – 1957
Gary Brizendine – 1957
Ronald Wohn – 1957
John Hancock* – 1957
Stanley Magee* – 1957
1983 Clear Lake High School Girls Volleyball Team, UIL 5A State Champions
Coach Angie Chivers
Asst. Coach Janis Balsamo
Cheryl Blumenstein Forrest – 1984 Christine Liller Idinge – 1986
Sherry Smith – 1984 Deborah Shelley Huston – 1986
Kristina Predmore Godina – 1984 Dara Cox Wheeler – 1986
Sue Schelfhout Berg – 1985 Jill Blumenstein Brown – 1987
Joelle Condon Brauweiler – 1985 Kiki Green, Manager – 1985
Kathleen Riley – 1985 Roger Schmitt, Manager – 1986
Julie Fournet White – 1985 Melyssa Godeke Liggett, Manager – 1985
Jennifer Thorson Kosel – 1985 Tina Lopez, Manager – 1985
Susan Schmitt – 1985
Christine Liller Idinge – 1986
Deborah Shelley Huston – 1986
Dara Cox Wheeler – 1986
Jill Blumenstein Brown – 1987
Kiki Green, Manager – 1985
Roger Schmitt, Manager – 1986
Melyssa Godeke Liggett, Manager – 1985
Tina Lopez, Manager – 1985
Dr. Davis shared with guests that such an organization and awards celebration do not become a reality without the backing of devoted sponsors, and CCISD alumni, including Lewis Jewelers, owned by Clear Creek High School alumni Slade Lewis (Clear Creek High School class of 1989) and Cindy Lewis (Clear Creek High School class of 1988), and Luis Garcia, and family, who is also a Clear Creek High School 1988 graduate.
Gold Sponsors contributing to the successful event include Hometown Bank of League City, Gulf Coast Educators Federal Credit Union, Joe McKinney (Clear Creek High School class of 1965) and Jennifer McKinney (Clear Creek High School class of 1967), Kathleen Trcka Taylor (Clear Creek High School class of 1960) and Hugh Taylor (Clear Creek High School class of 1959), Jay Buhner (Clear Creek High School class of 1982) and Leah Buhner (Clear Creek High School class of 1982).
Clear Creek ISD congratulates the 2018 Class of the CCISD Athletic Hall of Honor. This elite group of athletes was inducted into the Hall during a special ceremony before the Clear Lake High School vs. Clear Creek High School football game on Friday, October 19.
The honorees were chosen through an extensive nomination and selection process for bringing distinction, honor and excellence to themselves, their alma mater schools and community. The Athletic Hall of Honor was established in 2016 and each year encompasses a specific era, folding in CCISD high schools as they were created. For the current 2018 nomination and award window, the nominee had to be a graduate of Webster High School, Clear Creek High School or Clear Lake High School between the years of 1948 and 1982.
Click here to view a complete photo gallery of the reception and induction ceremony.
Click here to view a video recording of the honorees’ pre-game introduction to stadium fans from the balcony field house.
The following coaches, athletes and Clear Creek High School and Clear Lake High School alumni were introduced as the newest members of the CCISD Athletic Hall of Honor:
Coach Anid de la Garza built a dynasty in Cross Country. During her 29 years at Clear Lake High School, she brought her Track and Field teams 5 District Varsity Championships, 28 Regional appearances, 13 State appearances and 3 individual State Champions. Her 24-year record in Cross Country included 21 State appearances which included five State Championships. Last year, Coach Anid was the first woman inducted into the Texas High School Cross Country Association Hall of Fame.
A living legend in the Clear Creek Independent School District, the state of Texas and even nation-wide, Coach Bill Krueger took his team to 14 District championships, State finals three times and a win at the State Championship in 1989. Coach Krueger is the nation’s all-time winningest high school boys’ basketball coach with 1,096 victories in 38 years.
Clear Creek High School basketball player James Wesley Davis was UIL All State First Team in 1957 and averaged 18.1 points per game. Davis started in the first two State Tournaments in CCISD history and played for Rice University on a basketball scholarship. Davis passed away last year and his wife, Nancy Guthrie, and his children accepted the award on his behalf.
Paul Russell Timmins II was a three-year starter under the legendary George Carlisle. Averaging 16.1 points his senior year, Timmins’ ball handling and defense were the best of his era. He started on Varsity for 3 years and went to the State tournament his junior and senior year. Earning a basketball scholarship, Timmins played his junior and senior year on the Texas A&M University basketball team.
Clear Creek Basketball and Football player Jimmie Dale Lenox was also a two-sport champion for Clear Creek High School and is the fourth member of the Lenox family to be inducted into the Hall of Honor. Lenox was All State First Team and the high scorer in the 1963 UIL State Championship winning game for the Wildcats, led by Coach Henry Bauerschlag. His senior year, Lenox was All District Quarterback.
Clear Creek Basketball player Sharon Casaday Wilkening was the leader, along with fellow Hall of Honor member, Robbie Hanson, on the girls’ basketball team under Coach Virginia Butler. She was All District, All State First Team. Led by Wilkening, the Wildcat team was the runner up in the UIL State Tournament. Casaday Wilkening went on to play for Sam Houston State University and taught for Clear Creek ISD for 22 years.
1969 Clear Creek High School graduate William A. “Bart” Goforth was a 2-year letterman in football and All District player. He earned a four-year full scholarship to play for Rice University and was named Most Valuable Offensive Lineman in 1972. Goforth played in the North/South College All Star Game and later played in the World Football League for two years.
Clear Creek High School alum Dr. Charles H. Machell won the State Championship in diving both his junior and senior years and went on to the University of Texas on a full diving scholarship where he continued to win championships. Dr. Machell has been a cardiologist for 38 years and continues to compete in marathons and Iron Man competitions.
Basketball and Track athlete Hank Bauerschlag is the all-time leading scorer at Clear Creek High School, scoring 2,381 points during his Wildcat career. Bauerschlag was named All District for three years and named the Most Valuable Player by the Texas High School Coaches Association. He attended the University of Texas on a 4-year basketball scholarship. Bauerschlag passed away at the early age 24. His sister, Dail Bauerschlag Sams, accepted the award on her brother’s behalf.
Known as a serious competitor, Jon Kramer played both defensive and offensive tackle for Clear Lake High School. His senior year he made all District, All State and All American. Sought by many colleges, Kramer chose the Baylor Bears as his university home and lettered all four years. In the NFL draft, he was chosen in the ninth round and played for the Cleveland Browns.
While at Clear Lake High School, Steve Sylestine received honors as All District, All State, and was selected to play in the Texas High School All-Star Game. Heavily recruited by TCU, Baylor, Iowa State, Texas Tech and A&M, he chose Texas A&M and continued his basketball career for four years winning in the Southwest Conference and playing in the NCAA Sweet 16 Tournament.
Sande Lambert Wendt was Clear Lake High School’s first State track champion in the long jump. Through her strong showings at the State meet, she qualified for the Regional Junior Olympic Meet and Junior Olympic Championship and placed well above the best athletes in the United States. She was integral to the Falcons track program achieving its first District title in 1976. Her legacy was honored through the establishment of the Sande Lambert Award for the Best All Around Athlete for Clear Lake Girls Track and Field.
Creek Wildcat Tom Weber dominated men’s tennis in 1980. He won the UIL Men’s Single Championship in 1980 and went on to play tennis at Lamar University on a full scholarship where he won championships for the Cardinals.
Chemine Doty Peters attended Clear Lake High School and was a volleyball and basketball powerhouse. She was awarded a full athletic scholarship to Texas A&M University for volleyball where she was twice selected All Southwest Conference and a candidate for the U.S, National Team. Her 73 career solo blocks rank eighth in the A&M career records. Doty Peters passed away in 2010 and Tim Peters and Natalie Peters represented her for her induction into the Athletic Hall of Honor.
A 1981 Clear Creek graduate, Nancy Talley Davison ranked number one in the state of Texas in junior tennis for five straight years in both singles and doubles. The Wildcat was the National Champion in 1976 in the 14-year old Indoor Tennis Doubles Championship. She received a full tennis scholarship to Oklahoma State University and was the Big 8 Champion in Doubles in 1982 and 1983 and Big 8 Runner Up Singles Champion in 1982 and 1983.
District MVP and All State Outfielder Jay Campbell Buhner set multiple Clear Creek High School records including triples, 2-hit games and highest batting average in District play at .589. During his time at McLennan Community College, the Highlanders won their only national title. He was selected in the ninth round of the MLB draft and played for the Pittsburgh Pirates, New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners during his major league career. In the mid-1990s he was one of the premier offensive players in the game, hitting over 40 home runs in three consecutive seasons becoming just the tenth player to do so.
The following State championship winning teams were inducted into the CCISD Athletic Hall of Honor:
The 1971 Clear Creek Boys Cross Country State Champions under Coach Max Blansit*
The 1972 Clear Creek Boys Cross Country State Champions under Coach Max Blansit*
The 1972 Clear Creek Boys Track Distance Medley (State Record) under Coach Max Blansit*
The 1972 Clear Creek Boys Two Mile Relay (Ranked #1 in the Nation) under Coach Max Blansit*
The 1974 Clear Creek Boys Cross Country State Champions under Coach John McDaniel
The 1979 Clear Creek Girls Swim Team State Champions under Coach Mike Repsold
Joan Jacobson Del Papa
The 1980 Clear Lake Girls Cross Country Team State Champions under Coach Anid de la Garza
Dee Dee Rylance
The October 6 Clear Creek High School vs. Clear Brook High School football game at Challenger Columbia Stadium served as a spirited backdrop for the 2nd Annual Athletic Hall of Honor Reception and Induction Ceremony.
Click here to view a complete photo gallery of the reception and ceremony.
The Athletic Hall of Honor was formed in 2016 to recognize the efforts and contributions of former CCISD student athletes, coaches and teams who have brought distinction, honor and excellence to themselves and the Clear Creek Independent School District. The 2017 nominations were only sought for candidates active or enrolled from 1948 to 1972 and whose athletic career was linked to the former Webster High School or Clear Creek High School.
Coach Max Blansit came to Clear Creek High School in 1960 teaching social studies and coaching football, track and field. He started the Cross Country program at Clear Creek in 1962 where he coached until 1974 leading these Wildcats runners and Track and Field to multiple District, Regional and State Championships. After 36 years in the teaching profession, Coach Blansit retired in 1989. He remained in the League City area serving on numerous organizations and boards. Coach Blansit’s widow, Frankie Blansit, accepted the award on his behalf at the ceremony.
Student Athlete Honorees
A 1960 graduate of Clear Creek High School, Kathleen Trcka Taylor traveled to Austin four times in three years to compete in a State Championship. Once as a participant with the Clear Creek High School regional champs girls basketball team and the three years following as an ace doubles tennis player. In addition to winning the coveted state championship trophy for doubles tennis her senior year, Kathleen excelled academically and was also voted Most Athletic and Best All Around. Kathleen still enjoys living in this area and supporting her beloved Wildcats.
At 6 feet, 5 inches tall, Bill Doty, a three year starter, dominated the basketball court taking his beloved Wildcats to two state tournaments. During his tenure at Creek, Bill also ran for the Sprint Relay team. After graduating in 1962, Bill went on to play for Rice University on a four-year athletic scholarship.
Dedicated to keeping Creeks winning tradition alive, Dwayne “Curley” Lenox, a three year starter, did his part in helping lead the charge to Clear Creek High School’s 1963 State Basketball Championship. Curley was Second Team All-District, 1963’s District Player of the Year, First Team All-State, and the Texas High School Coaches Association All Star, to name a few. Curley went on to Texas A&M where he was voted All Southwest Conference Freshman. After transferring to Southwest Texas he became a three-year starter, 1968’s Team Captain, leading scorer, and voted Third Team All Lone Star Conference. Curley was unable to make the trip and his brother Scooter, a member of the 2016 Athletic of Hall of Honor, accepted the award on his behalf.
Rosemary Fleener Durham played Basketball and Volleyball at Clear Creek High School before graduating in 1964. Rosemary was voted the team MVP by her volleyball peers. In Basketball her honors include All District her Junior and Senior years as well as All-State while playing for the 1964 Class AA state runner-up.
Paul Hackett was a triple threat at Clear Creek High School, played Basketball, Baseball and Football before graduating in 1966 and going on to attend Southwest Texas State where he played Basketball. While at Creek Paul not only was a leader on the court but the mound as well. Voted First Team All-District his Junior and Senior year, Paul out dueled Nolan Ryan and the Alvin Yellowjackets for a Clear Creek victory.
Terry Mathis, a 1967 graduate of Clear Creek High School was the first baseball player in CCISD to play in college and then be drafted in the sixth round by the Philadelphia Phillies at the age of 18. While at Creek Terry also played Basketball, serving as team captain his senior year. That same year, Terry made first team All-District while the team placed third in the State Basketball Championship.
Clear Creek High School’s prestigious Most Valuable Player football award was renamed for this former Wildcat, Steve Stewart. Stewart was an All-District and Third Team All-State linebacker and served as Captain. Upon his graduation in 1968 Steve attended The University of Texas on a football scholarship playing for Coach Darrell Royal. After receiving his degree from Sam Houston State, Steve returned to this area where he coached at Clear Lake, LaPorte, Friendswood and Dickinson before entering private business. Steve passed away in 1984. Steve’s brother, Jim Stewart, and his mother Doris Stewart, accepted the honor on Steve’s behalf.
Another triple threat for Clear Creek High School, Larry Kelly lettered in Football, Basketball and Track prior to graduating in 1967. He was voted All-District Most Valuable Back his senior year. Larry was also a National Merit Scholar and attended Texas A&M University on an athletic scholarship where he played for two years under Coach Gene Stallings.
The 1968 track season for Clear Creek High School was easily touted as the best the school had ever seen due in large part to the contributions made by Mike McClendon, his teammates and Coach Max Blansit. Mike placed first in the state meet in Austin that same year. Upon graduation Mike attended Oregon State University on a full track scholarship.
Richard Huhn is another star basketball player hailing from Clear Creek High School and inducted into the Athletic Hall of Honor. A 1968 graduate, Richard was a two time All-State first team candidate, fourth leading all-time scorer with an accumulation of 1681 points over three years, and selected District 12 AAA’s Most Valuable Player.
Jody Medford racked up numerous honors and accolades during his football career at Creek and beyond. Jody was a three-year varsity starter, making All-District First Team for both Offense and Defense. Attending Rice University on a four-year football scholarship Jody set the school record for sacks in a season and tackles for loss. In 1976 Jody was drafted by the Houston Oilers. In 1977 he played for the New Orleans Saints before moving on to the Calgary Stampeders where he was voted MVP.
The inaugural class of the Clear Creek ISD 2016 Athletic Hall of Honor was inducted and celebrated during a special ceremony on September 23 at CCISD Challenger Columbia Stadium. From the balcony of the stadium fieldhouse, the new inductees were also introduced to fans of Clear Creek High School and Clear Spring High School before the kickoff of the first district game of the season.
Click here for the photo gallery and pre-game video presentation.
The Athletic Hall of Honor was formed this year to recognize the efforts and contributions of former CCISD student athletes, coaches and teams who have brought distinction, honor and excellence to themselves and the Clear Creek Independent School District. Nominations this year were only sought for candidates active or enrolled from 1948 to 1972 and whose athletic career was linked to the former Webster High School or Clear Creek High School. The names of the following individuals and teams will forever be etched on the home side concourse of the stadium and the second floor of the Field house.
Student Athlete Honorees
- Joddie Witte – Represented Webster High School in 1954 with exceptional athleticism lettering in basketball, baseball and football. He went on to become a beloved teacher, coach, principal and superintendent.
- Connie Davis - Her basketball skills at Clear Creek High School in 1959 earned her All District, All State Tournament Team and All State U.I.L. distinctions. Davis went on to be elected the Mayor of Liberty Hill, Texas.
- Bennie Lenox (posthumously) – The late Bennie Lenox played basketball and baseball for Clear Creek High School in 1960. Lenox was a 2-time all-state player for the Wildcats before moving on to Texas A&M. From 1960 to 1964 he scored 1,344 points to currently rank 12th on the Aggie’s all-time scoring list.
- Robbie Harper Hanson – Selected as a member of the South All-Stars Basketball team, she launched her basketball and volleyball career at Clear Creek High School around 1964 and was a four-year starter at Sam Houston State College.
- Joe McKinney – He was All-District in football, the team leader on the 1965 State Runner-Up basketball team and played baseball for the Clear Creek Wildcats as well. A graduate from Harvard and the Wharton School of Business for his MBA, McKinney is a successful banker in San Antonio.
- Joe Adams – Some might say Joe Adams was the captain of the greatest Clear Creek High School football team of all time in 1965. Adams made the All-State Football Team and was the most decorated lineman to play football at Clear Creek High School. Selected First Team All-District for both offense and defense, Adams played for the University of Texas under a football scholarship.
- Johnny Valentino – The 1965 Clear Creek High School athlete was a triple threat in basketball, football and track. Valentino was a starter on the 1964 runner-up team at the State Basketball Tournament, the captain of the 1965 Clear Creek football team and lettered in track for springs and relays.
- Sandra Elder (posthumously) – Elder, a Clear Creek High School U.I.L. State Champ in track in 1967 also excelled in volleyball, basketball and was an accomplished barrel racer on the rodeo circuit.
- Phyllis Hobart Winn – She was the leader of the 1968 UIL State Champions in AAA volleyball at Clear Creek High School. The talent runs in the family as all three of Hobart’s granddaughters currently play volleyball.
- Joe “Scooter” Lenox – A basketball and baseball powerhouse, Lenox averaged 21.3 points in a game and was First Team All-State in 1968 for Clear Creek High School. He was also the Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star Game MVP that same year. Lenox went to the University of Texas where he starred for four years in basketball.
- Buddy Carlisle – Buddy earned his place in the Hall of Honor as a basketball phenome and the all-time leader in assists for Clear Creek High School. Carlisle signed with Baylor University on a basketball scholarship in 1970 and played for the Bears for three years. He was also a student assistant coach in 1974 and 1975.
• Coach George B. Carlisle; Clear Creek High School, Webster High School, 1949 – 1962 (posthumously) - Known as the patriarch of Clear Creek High School men’s basketball, his list of many accomplishments and contributions include coaching the Clear Creek basketball team to nine consecutive district titles.
• Coach Virginia Butler; Clear Creek High School, 1955 – 1993 (posthumously) – Butler was easily the matriarch of Clear Creek women’s basketball as she was the woman actually responsible for sparking the girls’ athletic programs in CCISD.
• 1963 Clear Creek High School Boys Basketball; U.I.L. State Champions, Coach Henry Bauerschlag, Asst. Coach Les Talley
• 1968 Clear Creek High School Girls Volleyball; U.I.L. State Champions, Coach Jill Harrington
2022 Candidate Nomination Form
The Clear Creek ISD 2022 Athletic Hall of Honor candidate nomination window is open until May 1, 2022.
To qualify for induction in 2022, the nominee must have been a graduate of Webster, Clear Creek, Clear Lake or Clear Brook high schools between the years of 1948 and 1997.
Download the form below and learn more about the requirements for induction in 2022.
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Slade Lewis, Clear Creek High School, '89
Cindy Lewis, Clear Creek High School '88
the Luis Garcia family
Luis Garcia, Clear Creek High School, '88
Darius Garcia, Clear Falls High School, '14
Briana Garcia, Clear Falls High School, '18
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