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McKinney ISD Athletics Hall of Honor — Class of 2024 (Video and Photos)

MISD Athletics and Communications|
Friday, February 9, 2024

We are proud to present the Class of 2024 McKinney ISD Athletics Hall of Honor inductees. (McKinney ISD Media/January 2024 by Karla Schumacher and Jordan Thompson)

McKinney, Texas — On January 19, 2024, the McKinney ISD Athletics Department inducted the Hall of Honor Class of 2024, marking a decade of honors since the first class was announced in 2015.

The Hall of Honor induction ceremony is a celebration of everything that MISD Athletics represents, this year honoring six individuals and one team.

group photo of inductees

The McKinney ISD Hall of Honor Class of 2024 with Director of Athletics Jennifer Frazier (back row, left)

Inductees are chosen by the Hall of Honor committee, made up of current and former coaches and previous inductees. Induction into the Athletics Hall of Honor is the highest honor awarded in McKinney ISD Athletics and was established to recognize former student athletes, coaches, teams and community contributors who have made a significant contribution to MISD Athletics.

Senior Class Inductees

David Watts

David Watts at podium speaking

David Watts at the 2024 Hall of Honor induction ceremony

newspaper photo of David Watts during a game for MHS vs Allen

David Watts plays center for McKinney High School in a game against Allen High School.

Watts was an all-state center for the Lions and Coach Ron Poe in 1993. He later played for the University of North Texas and Northeastern Oklahoma State, where he was a guard on the school’s NAIA national championship team as a sophomore.

He is President and CEO of Upland Exploration and other companies in the fields of ranching, aviation, and African safaris.

More about David Watts

High School: McKinney High School (1990-94)
College: University of North Texas, Northeastern Oklahoma State
Sport(s): Football
Honors: All-State center, team captain, recipient of O Line Heart Award.
By the numbers: Watts manages more than 700 oil and gas wells.

Adrian Martinez

Adrian at the podium speaking

Adrian Martinez speaks at the 2024 Hall of Honor induction ceremony.

newspaper clip of Martinez success at cross country meet with photo

One of many newspaper articles featuring the accomplishments of Martinez during his time at McKinney High School

Martinez became the first athlete from McKinney ISD to win individual gold at the state cross country meet when he won the event in 15:57 in the fall of 1995. In the previous spring he finished as runner-up in the 3,200 meters at the state track and field meet with a time of 9:46.97.

More about Adrian Martinez

High School: McKinney High School (1992-96)
College: Texas Christian University
Sport(s): Cross country, track and field Honors: 4A state cross country champion (1995) and runner-up in the 3,200 meters (1995)
By the numbers: Martinez was among the top 10 all time at TCU in the indoor 3,000 meters and 5,000 meters and the outdoor 5,000 meters and 10,000 meters.

Modern Era Inductees

Sammie Hashbarger

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Sammie Hashbarger at the 2024 Hall of Honor induction ceremony

old photo from MHS of Sammie in the pull with team

Sammie Hashbarger during her highly successful swimming career at McKinney High School

A three-time state champion and nine-time All-American in swim and dive, she is the most decorated athlete in the sport in McKinney ISD history. Hashbarger holds six individual and two relay school records. She later won a Big 12 championship as a freshman at the University of Texas.

More about Sammie Hashbarger

High School: McKinney High School (2010-14)
Sport(s): Swim and Dive
Honors: Nine-time All-American; eight first place district and regional finishes; three-time state champion (100, 200, and 500 freestyle); Big 12 champion, 200 freestyle and third place, 500 freestyle (2015); Athletic Director Honor Roll at the University of Texas (2017, 2018)

Justin Madubuike

sister Julia accepting Hall of Honor ring on Justin's behalf

Julia Madubuike, sister of Justin Madubuike, accepts Justin’s Hall of Honor ring on his behalf from MISD Director of Athletics Jennifer Frazier. Justin was unable to attend due to schedule conflicts as he prepared for the NFL’s AFC Championship game as a member of the Baltimore Ravens. During the ceremony, MISD showed a video message from Justin, thanking the committee for the honor.

Photo of Justin during Ravens game with helmet off

Former McKinney North High School football standout Justin Madubuike is pictured here during a game as a member of the Baltimore Ravens where he was named an All-Pro for the 2023 season.

He was a dominant defensive force for McKinney North’s state quarterfinalist football team in 2014 under coach Mike Fecci. He continued his stellar play at Texas A&M and was a 2020 third-round pick of the Baltimore Ravens, where he has cemented his place as a starter for the past two seasons, including a double-digit sack season in 2023.

More about Justin Madubuike

High School: McKinney North High School (2012-16)
College: Texas A&M University
Sport(s): Football, basketball, track
Honors: District 10-5A defensive MVP, third-team all-state defensive lineman (2014); second team AP All-SEC (2019).
By the numbers: Tied NFL record with a sack in 11 straight games (2023); 142 total career tackles, 20.5 career sacks through Week 15 of 2023 NFL season. Named to the AFC roster of the NFL Pro Bowl for the first time in December 2023.

Legends Class Inductees

Dudley Wysong Jr.

Wysong Jrs son speaks on behalf of his father

D. Wysong, son of Dudley Wysong, Jr., speaks on behalf of his father during the 2024 Hall of Honor induction ceremony.

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Dudley Wysong, Jr., MISD Athletics Hall of Honor 2024 Inductee

Wysong established his legacy early in his career as an amateur and cemented it as a professional. He advanced to the U.S. Amateur semifinals in 1959 and finals in 1961. He played on the PGA tour from 1963 to 1970 and later held numerous positions within the organization. He is also credited with reinstating the golf program at MHS in 1962 and influencing the development of golf in the city.

More about Dudley Wysong Jr.

High School: McKinney High School (1954-57)
Sport(s): Golf
Honors: Semifinalist (1959) and finalist (1961), U.S. Amateur Open. PGA tour (1963-70); won the Phoenix Open (1966) and Hawaiian Open (1967); Secretary of PGA of America.

Jerry Crumpton

Crumpton's grandson and widow with Jennifer Frazier accepting the Hall of Honor ring on his behalf

Jerry Crumpton’s grandson Jaxon Wiggins (left) and wife Lynda Crumpton (center) accept Crumpton’s Hall of Honor ring on his behalf from MISD Director of Athletics Jennifer Frazier.

Crumpton with golf team from 2005 state golf meet

Coach Jerry Crumpton (right) with the McKinney High School golf team at the 2006 4A state championship where they were 1st Runner-Up

Crumpton spent more than 40 years as an educator and a coach. His demeanor and ability allowed him to coach a variety of sports, including baseball, football, and golf. He was offensive coordinator for Ron Poe on the Lions’ 1979 state football title team and led the 1981 McKinney High School baseball team to the 4A state tournament. His 1997 MHS golf team finished runner-up at state and he was named state golf coach of the year in 2014 while at McKinney Boyd.

More about Jerry Crumpton

Coaching: Palestine (1972- 76); McKinney High School (1976-84); Terrell High School (1984-94); McKinney High School (1994-2005); McKinney Boyd (2006-21).
By the numbers: His Lion baseball teams won five consecutive district championships and advanced to the 4A state tournament in 1981; offensive coordinator on McKinney’s 1979 3A state football championship team; coached MHS to three consecutive district championships (1997-99) and consecutive state team medalist in 1997 and 1998 in golf; at McKinney Boyd, his teams advanced to regionals in 14 of 16 seasons.

Team Inductee

2017 McKinney North Girls Track

Coach Jessica Richards at the podium with team standing behind her

Coach Jessica Richards speaks during the induction of the 2016-2017 McKinney North High School girls back to back state champion track team.

group shot from state track meet

The McKinney North High School girls track team won back to back state championships in 2016 and 2017—an accomplishment unmatched by any other MISD team.

The 2017 McKinney North girls track team did what no other McKinney ISD team had done before–repeat as a state champion. Under Coach Jessica Richards, the Lady Bulldogs scored a meet record 98 points in winning the 5A team title. North’s 4×100- and 4×200-meter relays won in meet record times, while Jania Martin finished first in the 400 meters and freshman London Culbreath won gold in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters.

More about the 2017 McKinney North Girls Track Team

The coach: Jessica Richards
The players: Jania Martin, Elon’a Jones, Julia Madubuike, Danielle Nicholson, Brooke Givens, London Culbreath, Gabby Bordelon, Semia Britton, Kelvie Weatherford, Chik Ugwunze, Brooklyn Small, Kate Lannan, LeSean Davis, Ashlyn Knox, Grace Eke, Darcy Matson, Breah Powell, Elizabeth Martelle

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