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McKinney ISD Inducts Athletics Hall of Honor Class of 2023 (Video)

Press Release|
Karla Schumacher, Kevin McPherson, Shane Mauldin|
Friday, February 3, 2023


McKinney, TX — The McKinney ISD Athletics Hall of Honor was established to recognize former student athletes, coaches, teams and community contributors who have made a significant impact on the history of our district’s athletics program. Each year since 2015, representatives from the district and the athletics department have gathered with honorees to recognize these men and women, to hear their stories and to be reminded of the powerful legacy that athletes can establish both on and off the field of competition.

The class of 2023 was officially inducted in January as the ninth class since the Hall of Honor was established in 2015. Induction into the Athletics Hall of Honor is the highest honor awarded in McKinney ISD Athletics.

Senior Class

Bill Bradshaw (McKinney High School, 1969-1973)

Bradshaw starred in football and basketball at McKinney High School and became a two-time All-Southland Conference defensive back at the University of Texas at Arlington. Since the end of his playing career, Bradshaw has worked as a bank executive in the McKinney area.

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2023 Hall of Honor Inductee Bill Bradshaw

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Bill Bradshaw

Eric Lokey (McKinney High School, 1980-1983)

Lokey, a McKinney High School alum, earned All-Southland Conference and All-American honors as a linebacker for Stephen F. Austin State University in the late 1980s. He enjoyed a 31-year career as an educator, coach, and athletic administrator before retiring in 2019. Lokey passed away in 2021.

Lokey's son at podium

Derek Lokey, son of 2023 Hall of Honor Inductee, Eric Lokey speaks on behalf of his father.

photos and clippings of Eric Looked

Eric Lokey

Modern Era

Jordan Hart (McKinney North High School, 2009-2013)

Hart won consecutive state singles titles in tennis for McKinney North in 2012 and 2013, finishing with a 63-match win streak. He continued his playing career at Davidson College, where he earned a degree in economics.

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2023 Hall of Honor Inductee Jordan Hart

clippings and photos of Hart state championships

Jordan Hart

Aundrea Gamble (McKinney North High School, 2007-2011)

Gamble was a three-sport star at McKinney North, but it was basketball that paved her future. At Arkansas State, she was named the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year an unprecedented three times, and twice she earned All-American honors.

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2023 Hall of Honor Inductee Aundrea Gamble

Gamble playing college basketball

Aundrea Gamble

Legends Class

Jack Faubion (McKinney High School, 1963-1967)

Faubion was a standout two-sport athlete before an even greater career as an educator. At the 1967 state track meet, he finished second in the 300-meter hurdles and third in the 100-meter hurdles, and his time of 13.67 seconds still stands as the all-time best at McKinney High School.

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2023 Hall of Honor Inductee Jack Faubion

clippings of Faubion running hurdles

Jack Faubion


Charlie Qualls (McKinney High School, 1959-1963)

Qualls was the head football coach at McKinney High School from 1959 to 1963 and later served as head coach at Mesquite and North Mesquite before becoming athletic director for Mesquite ISD. He has previously been inducted into the Halls of Honor for Mesquite ISD, the Texas High School Coaches Association, and the Texas High School Athletic Directors Association.

son of Charlie Qualls at podium

Scott Qualls, son of 2023 Hall of Honor Inductee Charlie Qualls, speaks on behalf of his father.

Newspaper photo of Qualls

Charlie Qualls


Jeff Clark (McKinney High School, 1995-2004)

Clark, whose career has spanned more than 50 years, established the first athletic training program at McKinney High School, where he led the program from 1995 to 2004. He previously served as a trainer at Texas A&M-Commerce, San Antonio ISD and Snyder ISD.

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2023 Hall of Honor Inductee Jeff Clark

old photo of Clark assisting an athlete

Jeff Clark


1990 McKinney High School Volleyball Team, coached by Darla Sessom

Under the direction of Hall of Honor coach Darla Sessom, the 1990 Lionettes volleyball team reached the 4A state semifinals with an impressive playoff run despite finishing runners-up in District 9-4A. The team registered a sweep of Mount Pleasant in the regional final to advance to the state tournament for the first time.

team onstage, Darla Sessom at podium

2023 Hall of Honor Inductees Coach Darla Sessom and the 1990 McKinney High School Volleyball Team

clippings about the volleyball team's impossible season

The 1990 McKinney High School Volleyball Team


More Photos from the 2023 Hall of Honor Luncheon

people speaking together at event
former teammates hugging

people talking at event

family taking photo in front of football field

group shot of volleyball team outside in front of field

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