Bruce Chubick II- Atkinson West Holt

Athlete Bruce Chubick II                                                                                                       […]

Bruce Chubick Sr.- Omaha South

Coach Bruce Chubick,  Sr.                                                                                                       […]

Dawn Crinklaw- Ralston

  Athlete-1985 Dawn had her pick of sports to choose from when she went to college.  The runner-up for the Dial National High School Athlete of the Year Award, more than 60 colleges sought her out to play volleyball, softball, basketball and to compete in track and field.  At Ralston, she was a three-year starter […]

Andrea Conner-Millard South

Athlete-2019  (1991) Nebraska’s high school girls’ gymnastics record book is written around the career of Millard South’s Andrea Conner.  She won 13 individual gold medals, and no one else won more than nine.  She swept the gold medals in the floor exercise all four years and was a three-time winner on the uneven bars and […]

Randy Carpenter – Coach

            Coach After two years as an assistant boys basketball coach at Elm Creek, Randy Carpenter started the girls basketball program at Lexington in 1974, creating an after-school program that would feed his varsity. The early success of his teams helped steer Nebraska into the modern era of girls basketball. […]

Bob Cerv – Weston

Athlete.  A big-time talent from a small town in Saunders County, he graduated from Weston High School in 1942. Star of his basketball team (Class C state runner-up, 1941), he was named all-state in both 1941 and 1942. Following service in World War II, he did well in two sports at the University of Nebraska. […]

Bill Conner – Scottsbluff

Contributor Bill Conner arrived at ScottsbluffHigh School in 1947 and became a fixture in the Bearcats’ athletic program as a coach then the atheltics director for the next 34 years. A 10-year stint in football highlighted his coaching career. After an 0-10 inaugural campaign, Conner turned Scottsbluff around, winning 58 games the next nine years, […]

Sam Crawford – Wahoo

Athlete.  Wahoo High School Class of 1898. As a high school star, Crawford led Wahoo to two state football championships in 1896 and 1897 and was also noted for foot racing wherever he played. Crawford showed a prodigiousness for baseball at an early age and he left his home at 17 to play in the […]

Eric Crouch – Millard North

Athlete. Millard North (1997) The 2001 Heisman Trophy winner, Eric Crouch was a four-year starter at quarterback for Nebraska where he finished his career as the third-leading rusher and third-leading passer of all time. At Millard North he rewrote the Class A football record book as one of the top prep quarterbacks in state history. […]

Conrad “Cornie” Collin – Omaha

Coach. Conrad “Cornie” Collin coached basketball at South High for 30 years. He won 400 games. He won basketball state championships in 1937, 1944 and 1960. He also was a football, track and baseball coach. His 1960 basketball team was 21-0 and the only unbeaten Class A team for a 29-year period. At one time […]