The 2015 Brewer High School Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees were honored during pre-game of the Brewer vs. Western Hills game on Sept. 4, as well as during an Induction Ceremony on Sept. 5. The Athletic Hall of Fame now includes 31 inductees.
Terry Mooney (1985) is pictured with teammate and 2010 inductee Frank Molinar. Voted Most Athletic in 1985, Terry Mooney played varsity football and baseball for three years and varsity basketball for four. The 1982 All District Sophomore of the Year and All Tarrant County Sophomore of the Year in football, Mooney was the 1983 and 1984 All District Quarterback. The 1983 All District 3rd Baseman, Mooney was the 1984 and 1985 All District Shortstop and 1985 Baseball MVP. He earned All District basketball in 1984 and 1985 and was the 1984 and 1985 Football and Basketball MVP. Mooney received a baseball scholarship to TCU, where he was a four-year letterman and won the 1989 Frank Windegger TCU Fightin’ Frog Award.
Inductee Greg Morris (1987) is pictured with Superintendent Frank Molinar and brother Eric Morris, a 2014 inductee. The 1987 Best All-Around Athlete, Greg Morris was a three-year letterman in baseball and two-year letterman in football. Named All District Baseball in 1986 and 1987, Morris was a member of the 1987 State Baseball Playoff Team, the first and only team to advance to state. He also earned the 1986 All State Defensive End title and was a member of the 1987 Whataburger All-Star Team. The 1985 and 1986 All District Punter, Morris was the 1986 All District Defensive End and 1986 All County in football. He played football with the Tarleton State Texans, and he was a stunt quarterback in the film “Necessary Roughness.”
Inductee Aubrey Huff (1995) is pictured with Superintendent Frank Molinar and former Brewer baseball coach Terry Massey, a 2010 and 2011 inductee. A member of the 1994 Area Championship and Regional Semi-Finals baseball team, Aubrey Huff was 1st Team All District in baseball in 1994 and 1995 and the 1994 and 1995 Basketball MVP. Huff was Vernon College’s 1996 Baseball MVP after batting .410 with 17 home runs and 61 RBIs. He played the next two seasons with the University of Miami Hurricanes; and in 1997, he led the team with 21 home runs and a school record of 95 runs batted in. Named 1997 1st Team All-American by Baseball America, The Sporting News and National Collegiate Baseball Writers’ Association, Huff was inducted into the 2009 University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame. Huff was a fifth round MLB draft pick for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in 1998, and he made his major league debut in 2000, playing for the Baltimore Orioles. The 2008 Orioles MVP, Huff received the 2008 Silver Slugger Award and the 2008 Edgar Martinez Award for Best Designated Hitter in the American League. During his MLB career, Huff also played for the Detroit Tigers, Houston Astros and San Francisco Giants, with whom he won World Series Rings in 2010 and 2012. Huff played 1,681 pro games, with a .278 career average, 242 home runs and 904 RBIs.