HEB Sports Hall of Fame Inductees 2014

1995 Bell Boys’ Baseball Team

Terry Stallings

Inducted February 1, 2014

L.D. Bell High School 1968-1971; Played Baseball Football and Basketball.  Baseball; Held Record for School Pitching Victories for 31 years until record was broken by his son Matthew in 2002.  Holds regular season record for wins, Team MVP 1971, All-District Pitcher, Member of First HEB ISD team to win a District 4-A Baseball Championship.  First Baseball Team to be inducted into the HEB Sports Hall of Fame.  Paris Junior College 1972-1973: Baseball Scholarship.  YMCA Coach 1986-1990, Mid-Cities Little Dribblers Coach 1996-1997.  Tri-Cities Baseball: Coach 1991-1998, President 1993-1995.  Bell Summer Baseball: Coach 1998-2013, Formed Summer and Fall Baseball League for High Schools.  Bell Baseball Booster Club: Member Board of Directors, President 2001-2003, Leadership Role in Generating Funds and Labor to Pay for a Scoreboard, Build Home and Visitors Dugouts, Construct Brick Wall Behind Home Plate, and Pave the Historical Brick Walkway at the Bell Baseball Field  Helped Numerous Kids Get College Scholarships.


Born April 20, 1953

Player, Coach and Volunteer

“Devoted to Baseball”

Jack Gibson


Inducted February 1, 2014


Graduated McGregor High School 1960.  Sam Houston State University: Bachelor of Science 1964, Master of Education 1969.  Waco Midway 1964-1973: Varsity Football Coach, Assistant Track, Assistant Basketball, South All Star Basketball Coach 1973.  Deer Park 1973-1975: Coach Varsity Football, Assistant Track.  Cedar Hill 1975-1977: Head Football Coach, Athletic Director, Assistant Principal.  L.D. Bell 1977-2000: Defensive Coordinator 1977-1995, Head Coach and Athletic Coordinator 1996-2000, Outstanding Defense of the Year 1980, Eleven District Championships, State 5A Finalist 1982, State 5A Semi-Finalist 1986, State 5A Area Finalist 1989, 12 Playoff Seasons, Played in Old Texas Stadium 23 times, North All-Star Football Assistant TSCA 1984.  Life Member Texas High School Coaches Association 49 years, North Texas High School Football Coaches Association Vice President and Treasurer Bell Booster Club for 23 years of dedicated service to kids.


Born November 19, 1941

Guidance and Leadership

”An Example for All”

Katie Cole


Inducted February 1, 2014


Harwood Junior High 1988-1991: Basketball MVP 2 years, Cross Country Pride Award 3 years, Volleyball 3 years, MVP Team Captain 2 years.  Trinity High School 1991-1994: Varsity Basketball, Soccer, Track, Cross Country.  Basketball 1992: Undefeated District Champions Tied School Record for Victories, All Area Honorable Mention, and Newcomer of the Year.  Soccer 1992: All District, Undefeated District Champions, State Quarter Finalist.  Soccer 1993: All Area Offensive Player of the Year, Midfielder of the Year, Optimist All Tournament 2 years, District Champions.  Soccer 1994: District Champions, All District, All Area, All Region, All State, Offensive Player of the Year, All Area MVP, Team Captain, University of Texas 1994-1998: Scholarship 4 Year Starter, All-Conference, In the record books for most games start3d and most games, played.  US Youth Soccer Coach of the Year Nominee, XCP Coach of the Year, 1997 Olympic Festival with Region III Regional Team.  University of Louisville Assistant Coach 3 years.  Soccer Division Special Olympics Volunteer.  Currently in Charge of College Program for Soccer Club in Arizona and Olympic Development Program Staff.


Born January 11, 1976

Dedication, Leadership Committed

“The Team Player”


Scott Hill


Inducted February 1, 2014


Shady Oaks Elementary 1964-1966.  Participated in Mid-Cities Sports.  Central Junior High 1967-1969: Football, Basketball and Track; District Champions, Won the Local, State, And Regional Punt, Pass and Kick Contest.  L. Bell High School: 1970-1972: Football, Basketball 1970.  All District Football, All District Basketball, All District Baseball, District winner in High and Low Hurdles, All District, All Area, All Stare, All American Football, Played in Coaches All Star Game in the Astrodome, Recruited by over 100 Colleges 1992.  Oklahoma University 1973-1976: Conference Champion 4 years, National Champions 2 years, , Team Captain, All Conference.  Assistant Football Coach 1977-1989; Won 10 Conference Championships, 1 National Championship, National College Football Recruiter of the Year.  Access Sports Inc.: Owner and Executive Director; Mission is to provide disadvantage youth an opportunity to participate in organized sports activities.  Provides facility usage to over 10,000 kids, for Basketball, Volleyball, Swimming, Strength and Conditioning, Speed and Agility.


Born January 12, 1954

An – A Philanthropist – A Great Leader

“Finding a Way for All Kids to Play”

Stan Hilton


Inducted February 1, 20012


Shady Oaks Elementary 1967-1973.  Participated in Mid-Cities Sports.  Bedford Junior High 1974-1976: Football, Basketball, and Track.  L.D. Bell High School: 1977-1979: Basketball; 3 year Letterman, 1st Team All-District.  Baseball: 3 year Letterman, 1st Team All-District.  Paris Junior College 1979-1980: Baseball, Scholarship, All-Conference; Baseball Athletic Hall of Fame 1996.  Baylor University 1981-1982: Baseball Scholarship, Graduated with Degree in Education and Church Recreation.  Drafted 13th round, Major League Baseball Toronto Blue Jays 1982.  Drafted 1st Round 5th pick, Major League Baseball Oakland Athletics 1983.  Played Minor League AA Baseball 3 years; Cleveland Indians and Oakland Athletics Organization 1986-1988;

Played Minor League AAA Baseball 2 years Cleveland Indians Organization 1988-1989. Minor League Pitching Coach 6 years; Major League Cleveland Indians 1989-1991 and Major League Texas Rangers 2004-2006.  Fort Worth Cats Baseball Club 2007: Pitching Coach, League Champions.


Born September 19 1960

Pitcher and Coach

“A Special Person with Special Talents”