Clyde A. Erwin High School is inducting their 2021 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees at a ceremony during the boy’s game at halftime on Friday, December 17.
This is the 12th induction ceremony held by the school. This year’s list of inductees and their accomplishments are as follows:
Glenda Campbell – 1964-1996 – Teacher and Volleyball, Basketball & Softball Coach:
Distinguished Teacher and Coach, 1964-1996. She started the softball program in 1973 and the volleyball program in 1974. Coached the Softball Team from 1973-1982, winning three conference championships. Coached the Volleyball Team from 1974 through 1980, winning one conference championship. She also served as Women’s Assistant Basketball Coach for 14 years and Head JV Coach for eight years,
winning six Buncombe County JV Tournament Championships. Sponsored the Bowling Team from 1971-1983, winning three WNC Junior Bowling Tournaments. The Glenda Campbell Hospitality Room in the Erwin gym was named in her honor on December 13, 1996.
Krystn Macomber (Gull) – Class of 1999 – Volleyball and Basketball:
A multi-sport athlete Krystn played volleyball 1995-97. All-Conference in volleyball in 1996 & 1997 and All WNC in 1997. Played Basketball 1996-99. She was Conference Player of the Year in Basketball in 1998 & 1999 and All-WNC in 1998 & 1999. She averaged 17.3 points per game her senior year and scored 1487 total points in her career. She also represented Erwin in the Blue/White All-Star Game, East/West All-Star Game & the Carolina All-Star Classic. She played at the University of Richmond in 1999-2002. Finished 5th all-time in three-point field goals made in a season and 6th all-time in 3-point field goals made in a career.
Mackey McFee – Class of 1963 – Football, Track & Baseball as Athlete & Coach:
Another multi-sport athlete McFee was also a distinguished teacher & coach. He played Varsity Football from 1960-62. Erwin Back of the Year in 1960 & 1962. He was All-Conference and All-WNC 1962. Led conference in scoring 1962 and set a school record which stood for many years with 257 yards rushing in a single game. Lettered in track 1961 & 1962, lettered in Baseball 1961-63. Played football & track at Mars Hill College. Coached multiple sports at Old Fort 1967-69, Erwin 1969-84, and Asheville
High 1984-2002. He was named WNC Track Coach of the Year in 2002 and coached even individual state champions in track in his career.
Pat Thompson – Class of 1976 – Cross Country, Basketball, and Golf:
Thompson, a multi-sport athlete and outstanding adult golfer, lettered and was MVP of Cross-Country Team 1975. Lettered Varsity Basketball in 1975 & 1976 and was All Buncombe County & All WNC in 1976. Lettered in Golf in 1975 & 1976, MVP 1976. Played JV Basketball at UNC-Chapel Hill. Distinguished career as an amateur adult golfer, winning over 35 championships, including 11 National Senior Invitationals. He has won 14 Country Club of Asheville Club Championships and two Skyview Open Championships, played in seven U.S. Golf Association (USGA) events including two U.S. Senior Opens and tied for second at the Canadian Sr. Men’s Amateur 2015.