Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

Ralph Beechner - Lincoln High

Ron Boone - Omaha Tech

Conrad "Cornie" Collin - Omaha

Ed Colleran - Spalding

Guy Chamberlin - Blue Springs

Vern Ekfelt - Omaha Central

Stephen Epler - Chester

Cletus Fischer - Lincoln

Pat Fischer - Omaha Westside

Charlie Foster - Kearney

Ken Fischer - Lincoln

Mary Lou Jasnoch Kucera - Oshkosh

Chuck Jura - Schuyler

Tom Kropp - Aurora

Don Leahy - Omaha

Roland Locke - North Platte

Verne Lewellen - Lincoln High

Eugene McCue - Arapahoe

Mike McGee - Omaha North

Dave Rimington - Omaha South

Tom Rathman - Grand Island

George Sauer - Lincoln High

Val Skinner - North Platte

Chuck Stickels - Hastings

Arthur Vance - Hardy

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 he was the only public-school coach in Nebraska to have state-championship teams in football, basketball and baseball.

At Huron SD, he played sports and led the high school to two state basketball titles, was all-state four years in basketball and two years in football and also excelled in track and baseball.

Captained both the basketball and football teams at Creighton. In 1933, he was an All-America selection in basketball after leading the Missouri Valley Conference in scoring. In football, the halfback was all-conference twice and he was an outstanding punter as well. Played for the Chicago Bears in the first college all-star football game in 1934 (though he never played an NFL game). He also spent one year in the Detroit Tigers’ baseball organization. He officiated in the Big 8 and Big 10 for a dozen years in football and basketball.