Class of 1993
Few people have ever run faster or jumped farther than Bellevue West’s Angee Henry. A winning sprinter on the international circuit and a successful distance runner in masters competition, Henry made her high school mark in the 200, 400 and long jump, sweeping all three all-class gold medals as a junior. A chance to repeat her senior year ended when she was injured the week before the state meet. However, she graduated with the state record in the 400 (55.36 seconds) to her credit.
She went on to set a national age-group record in the long jump and competed on the USA Junior World Team in 1995. At the University of Nebraska, she was a two-time NCAA long jump champion, a three-time Big 12 Conference champion and a 10-time All-American.