Lance Schwartz of Channel 10/11 visited the exhibit hall and the mascot wall featured in the HOF theater. Followed the link below to watch the feature on YouTube.
The Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame recently announced its 2017 class of inductees. All will be inducted at the induction ceremony on October 1 at Lincoln East High School. Tickets for the ceremony will go on sale August 1.
NHSSHoFF-NSIAAA Golf Tourney-2017 The Hall of Fame in conjunction with the Nebraska Interscholastic Athletic Administrators will again sponsor a golf outing at Awarii Dunes in Kearney on June 6. Please complete the attached form and send to Mitch Stine.
The Hall of Fame will again be participating in the non-profit fundraiser Give to Lincoln. This fundraiser allows HOF supporters to have their gifts qualify for matching funds from the Lincoln Community Foundation. The actual event is Thursday, May 18th. Contributions can be made by mailing checks to the HOF made out to the Lincoln Community Foundation, with the memo earmarked for the HOF. Checks need to be mailed to the HOF by May 15. Contributions can also be made on line at the link below. You will be accessed a 2.9% processing fee. On line donations will be available May 1-18. Please consider helping further the positive work of the High School Sports Hall of Fame Foundation.
The Omaha World Herald article traces the great individuals and All-state teams that played on the hardwoods across the state.
The storied past of Nebraska High School Boys basketball is the focus of the World-Herald article. Featuring some of the all time great players and All-State teams it highlights the greats who have graced the hardwoods.
Local TV program Pure Nebraska visited the Hall of Fame during its live broadcast. Reporter Kristin Bauer joined Assistant Executive Director Mike Rasmussen in featuring some of the attractions and discuss the motivation behind the Hall of Fame Foundation.
To see the program select the link below:
Silver Anniversary Team: Bertrand football and basketball, 1991-92. The Vikings went 13-0 in football while winning the Class C-2 state championship, then went 22-1 in basketball to complete the sweep.