Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

2018

Ben Plunknett-Beatrice

Bob Whitehouse-Omaha

Christina Houghtelling Hudson-Cambridge

Danis Richards Willet-Benkelman

Diane Rouzee-Grand Island Northwest

Dick Morrissey- Omaha

Don "Tot" Holmes-Gothenburg

Duane Mendlik-Wisner-Pilger

Jack McCartney-North Platte

Janet Kruse Sellon-Blair

Katie Robinette Kock-South Sioux City

Keith Jones-Omaha Central

Max Kurz-Millard West

Rik Bonness-Bellevue

Rochelle Rohlfs-Omaha Marian

Russ Ninemire-Sandy Creek

Tom Heller-Kearney

Trevor Johnson-Lincoln Northeast

Athlete

Lincoln Southeast (Class of 2002)

Before winning multiple Gold Glove Awards and being a World Series hero, Alex Gordon was Nebraska’s Prep Athlete of the Year as a senior at Lincoln Southeast. An all-state and record-setting receiver and defensive back on the football field, he rose to stardom on the baseball diamond where he was all-state for three years, hitting .483 with 25 home runs and 112 RBIs. Furthering his career at the University of Nebraska, he led the Cornhuskers to their first College World Series game victory and was the consensus Player of the Year in 2005. The second pick in the Major League Draft, he was named the Minor League Player of the Year in 2006 and started in left field for the Kansas City Royals’ 2015 World Series championship team.