2016- Chadron Girl’s Golf

In the years from 1981 to 1984 the Chadron High girl’s golf team won 27 of 33 tournaments that they entered.  In 1984 The Red Birds won all eight of their tournaments by an astounding 510 strokes.  Team member Susan Roll was all class gold medal champion in 1982, 1983, and 1984 and was inducted into the Nebraska High School Sports’ Hall of Fame in 2001.  Teammates Robin Muller also added to the medal count earning individual honors all four years.

2016- Papillion-LaVista Softball

Papillion-LaVista has qualified for the state softball tournament every year since the sport was offered by the NSAA.  During that time the Monarchs were state champions 13 times, ten straight and runner up four times.  Some all-time great players have worn the maroon and white during this era including Gina Metzler, Karissa Hovina and Hall of Fame members Peaches James and Leigh Suhr.

1997 – BB: Chambers Girls Basketball

1997 Dominant Dynasties Award

Chambers Girls Basketball
Basketball

In its first 20 years of existence in modern times, girls basketball had its big scorers, had its steady growth in skill level, had some outstanding games. If all the sport needed to complete its growth beyond respectability was a bigtime winning streak then Chambers High School provided it with its 1993 to 1997 consecutive winning streak to 87. If anyone wants the record now, they have their work cut out for them. And that’s the way records should be.

1999 – VB: Bellevue West

1999 Dominant Dynasties Award

Bellevue West
Volleyball

Bellevue West dominated Class A volleyball like no one else since 1989, winning eight state championships (including a state record six in a row) under the direction of Coach Joanne Kappas. The school currently has a string of 12 straight years where it qualified for the state tournament (that’s a record, too), has collected numerous team and individual state records and had several players honored as all-conference and all-state. Prior to this decade of dominance, no Class A school was able to win more than two consecutive state championships in this highly competitive sport. Current records standing from this Bellevue bunch include team kills and team assists in one season, 1496 career kills by Jamie Hamm, 544 season kills by Hamm, per match kill average (13.6) by Hamm, 2,891 career assists by Stephanic Clerc, 1,050 one season assists by Morgan Monzingo and per match career average by Monzingo.

Bellevue West Volleyball Players & Coaches, 1989-1997

Jamie Boardman, 93-96
Elisa Booth, 91-92
Jennifer Clerc, 89-90
Stephanie Clerc, 89-92
Tara Dorn, 97
Debbi Ellerbroek, 90-91
Kelly Fitzgerald, 89-90
Leslie Garvey, 97
Beth Gilbert, 92-93
Erin Godfrey, 90-91
Kristin Grohs, 91-92
Jamie Hamm, 94-97
Amanda Hedin, 96-97
Amanda Henk, 90-93
Nikki Henk, 92-95
Sara Heppell, 89
Wendi Hughes, 89-90
Stephanie Joekel, 97
Jaisa Kappas, 91-93
Kathy Kent, 89-91
Katie Kozlic, 97
Traci LaMontagne, 93-94
Kari Landsvork, 91-93
Sherri Langolf, 92
Sondra Lima, 94-96
Marie Lukens, 89
Amy Martin, 93-94
Susan McGraw, 89-91
McKenzie Monzingo, 95-96
Morgan Monzingo, 97
Rachel Morgan, 92
Melissa Munch, 95-97
Megan Porter, 92-95
Natalie Porter, 89-90
Cheri Pribyl, 91-94
Brandy Schade, 96-97
Ashlee Scofield, 95-97
Airon Scofield, 95-97
Jennifer Smith, 89-91
Kim Storey, 92-94
Kristine Storey, 93-96
Michelle Story, 89-90
Jeanne VanWaart, 89-90
Jennifer Walters, 89
Kelly Wheeler, 95-97
Julie Williams, 95-97
Assistant Coaches
Julie Daugherty-Braun, 90-97
Alyssa LeGrande, 96
Bill Stanley, 96-97
Bob Stanley, 97
Ralph Tosti , 91-97
Head Coach
Joanne Kappas, 89-97

2000 – : Lincoln Southeast

2000 Dominant Dynasties Award

Lincoln Southeast

Lincoln Southeast won all sports championships nine times in the 1990’s. The school has won 106 state championship trophies since its opening in the 1950’s, more than any other school in any class during that period. In the 90’s decade for the Knights, 1993 was the banner year with six state championship trophies.

The Total Championships Tally in the 1990’s for Southeast:

State Championships
Girls Cross Country – 8
Boys Cross Country – 6
Girls Basketball – 4
Football – 4
Boys Gymnastics – 4
Girls Golf – 3
Boys Golf – 3
Boys Swimming – 2
Boys Tennis – 2
Girls Gymnastics – 1
Boys Track – 1
Softball – 1
Girls Swimming – 1
District – 67
State – 41
City – 110

2006 – BB: West Point Central Catholic Girls Basketball

2006 Dominant Dynasties Award

West Point Central Catholic Girls Basketball
Basketball

Can it get any better than this: Megan Neuvirth, Jackie Knievel and Angie Ridder played four years of basketball at West Point Central Catholic and never lost a game. This amazing run of success from 2001-2006 produced a state record 111-game winning streak and four Class C-2 basketball state championships for the coach Jerry Stracke’s team. The Bluejays went 26-0 in 2002, 26-0 in 2003, 25-0 in 2004 and 25-0 in 2005. The streak ended on Jan. 12, 2006, at Bancroft (45-44). Many of the same girls who brought this basketball success also played on state championship volleyball teams in 2001-04.