Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

Wally Anderzunas - Omaha Creighton Prep

Dick Beechner - Lincoln High

Roger Berney - Wolbach

Cory Eikmeier - Dodge

Gerald Ferguson - Scottsbluff

Kelly Flynn - South Sioux City

Dennis Harrison - Ralston

Cedric Hunter - Omaha South

Peaches James Keaton - Papillion-LaVista

Kristie Korth Brezinski - Columbus Scotus

John Larsen - Lincoln Southeast

Roger Mathiesen - Kearney

Jerry Murtaugh - Omaha North

Gary Neibauer - Scottsbluff

John Petersen - Columbus Scotus

Larry Riessland - Pleasanton

Chuck Stevens - Lincoln


Chuck Stevens provided the voice of Lincoln high school sports for 30 years while broadcasting games for KFOR Radio. Three times selected as the Nebraska Sportscaster of the Year, he often would broadcast  nearly 100 football and basketball games a year, bringing a down-home style to his play-by-play broadcasts. He punctuated the games’ highlights and thrilling moments with a signature, “Holy Moly.” Stevens, a Sterling, Colo., native, came to Lincoln in 1960, working at KOLN TV, where he worked his way into a weekend sports anchor position. But he soon moved to radio, working in sales and other areas before tackling sports play-by-play and providing sports scores and news updates throughout the day.