||Mac transferred to Wenatchee High and promptly staked-out starting lineup berths in football, basketball, and baseball. He earned first team "All-Conference" honors in all three sports in consecutive years, and as a senior, was an "All-State" selection in both football and baseball. Gebbers set the WHS single game scoring mark with 43 in 1977 against Davis, a record that stood for eleven days shy of 40 years, and averaged 21.4 points per game while playing basketball for the Panthers. On the gridiron, he was primarily a ball hawking defensive back who had a knack for pilfering passes.
As good as he was in fall and winter athletics, Mac's supreme accomplishments came on the diamond as an infielder who could really swing the bat. In all, he earned six letters as a Panther. Mac was selected as the "Panther Best" award recipient in 1977 and was a two time "NCW High School Male Athlete of the Year Finalist".
He went on to become a standout in college as third baseman for Gonzaga University's baseball team. While playing for the Bulldogs, he set numerous school batting records including single season homeruns along with five career hitting marks. Mac earned berths on three "All-Conference" first teams and became the first Gonzaga player to have his number retired. He was a "NCW College Male Athlete of the Year Finalist" three times.
- Caricatures of inductees as they appeared while involved in WHS athletics and the synopsis of accomplishments are drawn and written by Jeff Mertes.