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2022 Hall of Fame Inductees

2022 Citizens Bank of Cumberland County Hall of Fame Inductees

 

Tommy Bryant

  • High scoring guard that played for Marrowbone High School
  • Named All District in 1958
  • Named All District, All Region, and Honorable mention All State in 1959
  • Lead Marrowbone High School to regional tournament finals in 1959, scoring 83 points in 3 games, the third highest total ever recorded in tournament history at that time.
  • Named to the Cumberland County News pre-1972 all time Cumberland County basketball team
   
Tommy Bryant Basketball Image

SJ Irvin

  • Scored over 1,200 points in career at Burkesville High School, almost all in Junior and Senior years
  • In 1956 was voted All District, scored 103 points in 3 district tournament games
  • In 1957 was voted All District and All Region. Lead team to semifinal best in region
  • Named to the Cumberland County News pre-1972 all time Cumberland County Basketball team
  • Played 2 years at Campbellsville University, making All State Junior College in 1958 and 1959
  • Played at Elon College in North Carolina, making All State, All Conference and All Conference tournament teams
   
SJ Irvin

Tammy Staley Smith

  • Pioneer of girls basketball. Started on first four Lady Panthers teams 1974-75 and 1977-78
  • Awarded All District Honors all 4 years of high school.
  • Chosen for All Region Tournament team in 1976
  • Named honorable mention All State in 1978
  • Voted team MVP 3 times in high school career
  • Ended career with most points and assists in early program history
  • First Lady Panther to join 1,000 point club with 1,001 career points
  • First Lady Panther to sign a college scholarship, attending Campbellsville University where she played basketball and softball
   
Tammy Staley

Greg Stalcup

  • 2 Spot Star at Cumberland County High School
  • Basketball--1977 voted All District and received All State Honorable mention
  • In 1978 voted All District, selected to the All Region Tournament team, and received All State Honorable mention
  • Set boys school one game scoring record with 50 points
  • Baseball-In 1977, voted All District and lead team RBI's and winning percentage as a pitcher
   
Greg Stalcup

David Wells

  • Boys Head Basketball Coach at Cumberland County High School for 14 seasons-1976-77 thru 1986-87 and 1994-95 thru 1996-97
  • 265-166 record as basketball coach, the most wind in school history
  • Won 6 district basketball championships as head coach
  • Named 4th region basketball coach of year in 1997
  • Served 2 seasons as assistant basketball coach 1974-75 thru 1975-76 (won district in 1976)
  • Boys Head Baseball Coach at Cumberland County High School for 14 seasons, 1984 to 1997
  • 227-127 record as baseball coach, the most wins in school history
  • Won 9 consecutive district baseball championships and made 12 trips to region tournament during coaching career
  • Most coaching wins in 16th district baseball history at time of retirement
  • Served as Athletic Director ata CCHS for 5 years
  • Named 4th regions best umpire 3 times in girls softball
   
David Wells

Charlie Wilburn

  • 4 Sport star at Cumberland County High School
  • Football--2nd leading scorer in school football history. Received honorable mention All State in 1971. Holds school records for receptions in a season (31), most touchdown receptions in a season (11), most career touchdown receptions (18) and longest fumble recovery for a touchdown (98 yards)
  • Basketball--A 3 year starter, making All District and All BRVC in 1971 and 1972 and also leading the team in scoring, assists and free throw percentage both years. Scored over 1,000 points in career
  • Baseball--3 year started at shortstop. Started on the 1969 district champion team as a freshman
  • Track--In 1972 was a member of the 880 relay team that set a state record time (1:33.8) in the region and finished 3rd in the state. Also ran on the mile relay team that finished 2nd in region. Individually finished 3rd in the region and 4th in the BRVC in the 440 year dash
   
Charlie Wilburn