2012 Hall of Honor Inductee John Hartfield

Additional Information

Forest Brook High School 

2 District Championships and 1 runner-up 

Regional co-champions and 1 runner –up 

Outstanding Relay Teams (1976 – 1977) 

 Distance Medley Relay – 10:25.7 (1977) 

 2 Mile Relay – 7:48.2 (1976) 

 Sprint Medley Relay – 3:26.1 (1977) 

 Mile Relay – 3:14.6 (1976) 

TSU Relays Champs – 1976 

Outstanding Performers 

Clifton Broussard – District, Regional and State Champion in the 110 m and 300 m hurdles 

James “Sly” Green – Regional Cross Country Champion and State Runner-up;  Regional Champion in the mile and 800 m run and state runner-up in the 800 m run 

Calvin Boykins – Regional Champ and state runner-up in the 800 m run 

Derrick Milton – Regional runner-up in the 100 meter dash 


Booker T. Washington High School 

9 District Championships and 3 district runner-ups 

4 x 100 meter Relay Regional Champs 

Retired from Booker T in 2000, but continued to volunteer his services to area schools for the past 11 years.  He worked to develop his grandson, Christian Hartfield, who is now in his first year at Langston University playing tight end. 

2012 Hall of Honor Inductee Mike Mosley

Additional Information

Mike Mosley graduated from Coahoma High School in Coahoma, Texas 1966.  He competed in football, basketball and track and field. Mike's head coach the first two years was Jim Spann and the last two was Spike Dykes.  He won state in the 880 in 1965 and 1966 in Class A.  Mike won a full scholarship to run for the University of Texas from 1966 through 1970.  He ran both cross country and track at the University.  Upon graduation, Mike joined the United States Marine Corps and served on active duty until 1975 including service in Vietnam.  He continued to serve in the reserves until 1999 when Mike retired as a Lt. Col. Before coming back to Texas he married his wife Debbie.  Mike went to graduate school at Southwest Texas State University at San Marcos and earned his Masters of Education in 1977.  Mike served as a graduate assistant coach while SWTSU in football, cross country and track and field.  

Mike took my first head coaching position at Fort Stockton in 1977 working for John Blocker. That year his mile relay won the Class AAA mile relay. Mike went to Killeen High School the next year and replaced Johnny Carnes who had gone to the new high school in Killeen, Ellison High School.    Mike won two AAAA state championships in 1979 and again in 1980. He was the Texas Sportswriters coach of the year in track in 1979.  

While at Killeen Mike had the following state champions: 

1979 – Long Jump – Robert Scott 

1980- 440 relay- Fred Nichols, Harris Mouton, Gerald McNeil and John Walker 

1981- 800- Carlos Quinones 

1982- 3200- Carlos Quinones 

1984- high jump- Brian Bolden 


After six years at Killeen, Mike took the head track job at LaPorte High School in 1984.  He stayed in that position for 25 years whereupon he retired in 2009.  While at LaPorte, Mike coached the following state champions: John Herpin- 110 hurdles (two consecutive years) Robert Gonzales- 300 hurdles Arlon Clark- triple jump Howard Maddox- long jump Kerron Clement- 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles (two consecutive years)  Kerron went on to set a world record in the indoor 400 and was a silver and gold medalist in the 2008 Olympics and presently runs professionally for Nike. Mike spent a total of 32 years as a head track and cross country coach and mathematics teacher and enjoyed every minute of it. 

2012 Hall of Honor Inductee Reggie Crosbey

Additional Information


      1959-Graduated Abilene High School-Abilene, Texas 

      1959-60/1961-62 Attended Tarleton State College 

      1972-Graduated Southwest Texas State University-BS 

      1978-Graduated Texas A&I University-MS 



  1972-1979 KINGSVILLE ISD 

  1972-73 Gillett Junior High 9th grade Football Asst/ Volunteer Track Coach 

  1973-75 Gillett Middle School  8th grade Football Asst/7th Grade Head Track 

  1975-78 Memorial Middle School  Athletic Coordinator 8th Grade Head Football/7th Grade Head Track 

  1978-79 H.M. King High School 9th Grade Head Football 9th Grade Head Track—District Champs 

  1979-1999 SANTA FE ISD  

  1979-80 Santa Fe Junior High 8th Grade Football Assistant/8th Grade Head Track 

  1980-99 Santa Fe High School 

  1980-81 JV Football Assistant,Head Boys/Girls Cross Country—Head Boys Track 

  1981-85 Varsity Football Assistant, Head  Boys/ Girls Cross Country—Head Boys Track 

  1985-88 Varsity Football Assistant, Head Boys/Girls Cross Country—Head Boys/Girls Track 

  1988-89 Varsity Football Assistant, Head Boys/Girls Cross Country—Head Boys Track 

  1989 9th Grade Head Football, Head Boys/Girls Cross Country 

  1989-99 Santa Fe HS Assistant Principal 




Cross Country 1980-89 


4-District Team Champions      

2-District Team Runner-ups      

6-Regional Qualifying Teams      

2- State Qualifying Teams      

6-Individual District Champions      

17- Individual Regional Qualifiers                   

10-Individual State Qualifiers       


4-District Team Champions 

3-District Team Runner-ups

7-Regional Qualifying Teams

2-State Qualifying Teams

6-Individual District Champions

20-Individual Regional Qualifiers

8-individual State Qualifiers     


Boys 1981-88              

12-Individual District Champions     

19-Individual Regional Qualifiers                   

1-Regional Qualifying Relay      

6- State Qualifying Individuals      

1-State Medalist (2X)       


  Girls 1986-88

7-Individual district Champions

 1-District Team Runner-up 

10-Individual Regional Qualifiers

2-Regional Qualifying Relays

5-State Qualifying Individuals

1-State Medalist (2X)     

Reggie's goal in coaching CC/Track was to establish a program that young men and women wanted to be a part of. As a result, Reggie has been afforded the privilege of being associated with many talented, dedicated and disciplined athletes. Reggie wishes to thank them and  must acknowledge the many coaches that willingly shared their expertise and friendship with him over the years. They truly helped Reggie to be a better coach. 

Last and certainly not least, Reggie  thanks his wife Ruth for her unfailing support. 

Since Retirement, Reggie continue to be associated with Santa Fe ISD in many years. Reggie also been licensed into the gospel ministry and serve on staff at a local church in Santa Fe

2011 Hall of Honor Inductee Dan Green

Additional Information

   University of Houston Track Alumni, Two time National coach of the year. Head Track and Cross Country  coach at the Woodlands High School his teams and runners have won 16 State Championships  and multiple individual State Titles in his 33 year tenure. He is USA Track and Field level III  certified and has been selected as head coach of two US National teams. He is also a  Motivational speaker, speaking in clinics across the Nation. Before joining Adidas, Coach Green  was the meet director of the Nike South and the NXN South Cross Country meets which are the  only Nike sponsored meets in the South. He has organized Nike sponsored speed camps for the  past 20 years.       

A List of Dan Green accomplishments over the past 30 years of coaching:    •Ran and Lettered in Track & Cross Country at University of Houston  •Won 1st Houston Marathon in 1972 with a time of 2:32:33  •15 State Cross Country Titles  •30 Consecutive team Appearances at State Cross Country Meets  •26 Regional Cross Country Titles  •30 District Cross Country Titles  •1 State Track & Field Title  •2004 National High School Male Cross Country Coach of the Year  •2007 National Federation Male Cross Country Coach of the Year  •12 Athletes in Footlocker National Championship  •4 Nike Cross Country National Appearances  •2006 Junior Men's Team Leader ‐ Japan  •2010 Men's Senior Team Leader for World Cross Country Team ‐ Poland

2011 Hall of Honor Inductee Jack Sands

Additional Information

Coaching Experience:  1980‐present    

6yrs @ North Shore High School, Houston, Texas – Aug. 1974 thru June 1980  30yrs  @ Klein Forest High School, Houston, Texas – Aug. 1980 thru June 2010  4yrs  @ Summer Creek High School, Houston, Texas – Aug. 2010 thru Present 

Coaching Accomplishments:  

13 District Championships and 8 District Runners‐up @ Klein Forest  

2 State Team Runners‐up – 1996 & 2007  2013 State Championship @ Summer Creek  8 Team Top 10 Finishes @ State Meet Since 1995  

4 Regional Championship Teams – 1998, 2006, & 2007 @ KF & 1 @ Summer Creek  10 State Individual Champions  8 State Individual Silver Medalists  6 State Individual Bronze Medalists  4 Individual National Champions  4 National Leading Relays  13 NCAA Division 1 All‐Americans  3 NCAA Champions (1 Individual & 2 Relay)  4 Athletes have represented the USA in International competition 

2 Olympians –   2004 Derrick Brew ‐ USA – 400 Bronze Medalist and 4 x 400 Gold Medalist  2004 LeJuan Simon – Trinidad & Tobago – Triple Jump  Relays   4 x 100 Relays ran under 42.0 for 24 years in a row – 1987 to 2010 (41.4 Average)   4 x 400 Relay has run 3:20 or better for 25 of the last 27 years  Averaged 3:15.78 from 19952008  Averaged 3:14.62 from 20012007 

Coaching Honors: 

2002 Named to USA National Team Coaching Staff North & Central America, & Caribbean Championships                   

1998‐2001 –Texas High School Coaches AssociationTrack Advisory Committee (Chairman – 2000‐2001)  

2007‐2010 – Texas High School Coaches Association Track Advisory Committee (Chairman – 2007‐2010)  Gulf Coast Track Coaches Association President – 2004‐2005 & 2005‐2006  Gulf Coast Scholastic Track Coaches Association Coach of the Year ‐ 2006 – 2007 – 2009  Gulf Coast Scholastic Track Coaches Association Assistant Coach of the Year – 2012 & 2013  Selected for Induction to Gulf Coast Scholastic Track Coaches Hall of Fame ‐ 2010 

2009 Hall of Honor Inductee J. Fred Duckett

Additional Information

He was born a fourth generation native Houstonian. The oldest son of Harry Davis  and Dorothy Boettcher Duckett. Fred taught at St John's School, worked for  American General Insurance as an agent and for the last 16 years, taught history at  Awty International School. 

In his spare time, he announced sporting events all over  the City, State and Nation. His voice rang out, loud and clear, at Rice for football,  basketball and track & field events. He could be heard at the microphone in the  Astrodome for the Astros, Oilers and the Blue Bonnet Bowl. He also announced for  Uof H, UT, TSU, HBU, TAMU, the Houston Marathon and many other venues. J. Fred  was known as one of the foremost authorities on track & field in the area. He  officiated, announced and coached. Because of his love and vast knowledge of track  & field he worked with the U.S. Olympic Committee at three Olympic games, 1976,  1984, and 1988. He also served on the board of the U.S. Olympic Festival when it was  here in Houston. 

Fred received his B.A. in history from Rice Institute in 1955 and his  master's from The University of Texas at Austin. After college, he spent a year in The  Netherlands as a Fullbright Scholar. Upon his return from abroad he led many high  school students on several summer tours through Europe with the Experiment in  International Living program. Fred and his wife Baudine, were also Host Family to  many foreign Graduate Students at Rice University over the years. He was an active  member of the Rice University "R" Association and The Holland Club of Houston.  Fred leaves behind a legacy which can be seen the world over in the lives and careers  of the students and people he taught, coached, and mentored.