Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name


Bill Moomey - York

Chuck Sharpe - Omaha Westside

Dan Moore - Ansley

Dick Westin - Omaha Benson

Don Benning - Omaha North & UNO

Don Boll - Scribner

Don Watchorn - Fremont

Gerry Gdowski Jr. - Fremont

Homer Smith - Omaha Benson

J. R. "Junior" Mollring - Cambridge

Joe American Horse - Gordon

Karli Urban - Omaha Northwest

Kelly Stauffer - Rushville

Mick Anderson - Wahoo

Reuben Schleifer - Chester

Ron Simmons - Sumner

Stacy Imming Sykes - Kearney

Sue Kobza Long - Schuyler

William E. "Bill" Mountford - Red Cloud

Athlete. No better example of the complete athlete exists than this 1936 graduate of Lincoln High School. He lettered three years in three separate sports: football, basketball and track. His versatility is illustrated by the help he gave the Links at state track meets. He did well in the long jump and tossing the then college weight discus. In the football backfield, he was, well, more than most defenses could handle.  At the University of Nebraska he earned three letters in football and played on the legendary Rose Bowl team in 1941, throwing a touchdown pass in that treasured game to Cornhusker fans.  After playing professional football with the Green Bay Packers, he became one of the most respected officials in modern day football, working games for the old Big 7, the Big 10, the NFL and being chosen to work the first Super Bowl game. He became a respected supervisor of officials for the Big Ten Conference. He was inducted into a number of sports halls of fame.