Athlete. Class of 1989. Angie Wilson is the only four-time Nebraska high school state champion in girls golf, sweeping Class A titles from 1985 to 1988. She was the sixth person nationally to become a four-time state champion. Her scores in the state meets were 81, 77, 77 and 79, making her the first to break 80 three times at the state high school golf meet. She was an academic All-American at the University of Tulsa and played on the Futures Golf Tour. Lives in Phoenix, AZ.
Athlete–One of the best college football tackles in America during the first half of the twentieth century, he was ever so dominating when he took the field as a high school athlete, graduating from Superior in 1921. He was an all-state halfback for Superior. He won five events in the Class B state track meet in 1921 and a total of nine firsts and five overall gold medals in his high school career. Later, his skill as a University of Nebraska Track Coach led to the naming of the present track stadium for this Cornhusker legend. His All-American playing at NU will never be forgotten in college football, for he is credited with successfully stopping both the “Four Horsemen” of Notre Dame and the “Galloping Ghost” Red Grange of Illinois.
Athlete. A 1992 Omaha Benson graduate, Woolridge scored a championship-game record 50 points to lead the Bunnies to the state title his senior year. He was All-Metro for three years and finished with 1,911 points, a Class A record. A four-year starter at Iowa, he led the Big 10 in scoring and assists his senior year and earned third-team All-American honors. He set the Iowa record for career assists. He played professionally in France, Italy, Turkey and Greece.