Gary Sibley played basketball at Bell High School from 1963 - 1965
Career Highlights are as follows:
1963: First HEB ISD State Finalist, All-District, District MVP, 3A All State Tournament Team, ppg 17
1964: All District, District MVP, All Region, 1st Team 3A All State, 22 ppg. All District Baseball.
1965: District MVP, 1st Team 4A All-State, Coach and Athlete Magazine Prep All-America Team. Played in THSCA North South All Star Game setting record for most free throws in a game and scored 20 points leading the North team. Leading scorer in Division 4A with a 28 ppg and was the leading vote receiver by the sports writers on the 4A All State Team. Scored school record 53 points in one game. Scored over 2,000 points in high school career.
1966-1969: Star Point Guard for SMU and multiple awards winner. 1966 All SWC Freshman, 20.8 ppg. 1967 Member of the SWC Champions, NCAA Elite 8 Finalist. 1968 Awarded the Bobby James Memorial Award for Leadership and Scholarship; led SMU in free throw percentage and assists in 1968-1969, 12.1 ppg.
2000: First basketball player inducted into the HEB Sports Hall of Fame.
2007: Voted one of the top 50 players in the history of the nationally acclaimed Whataburger Fort Worth Holiday Basketball Tournament on its 50th anniversary.
1970-2017: Real estate developer and venture capital investor in the DFW Metropolitan area. Past Chairman and current member of the Board of Directors for the HEB Sports Hall of Fame Foundation.
2017-2018: Selected to the TABC Texas High School Basketball Hall of Fame. Induction ceremony in San Antonio, Texas May 2018. First person featured in the HEB Sports Hall of Fame Newsletter article "Where Are They Now?" on September 1, 2018.