Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

2018

Alex Gordon-Lincoln southeast

Ben Plunknett-Beatrice

Bob Whitehouse-Omaha

Christina Houghtelling Hudson-Cambridge

Danis Richards Willet-Benkelman

Diane Rouzee-Grand Island Northwest

Dick Morrissey- Omaha

Don "Tot" Holmes-Gothenburg

Duane Mendlik-Wisner-Pilger

Janet Kruse Sellon-Blair

Katie Robinette Kock-South Sioux City

Keith Jones-Omaha Central

Max Kurz-Millard West

Rik Bonness-Bellevue

Rochelle Rohlfs-Omaha Marian

Russ Ninemire-Sandy Creek

Tom Heller-Kearney

Trevor Johnson-Lincoln Northeast

Athlete

North Platte (Class of 1944)

“Bullet” Jack McCartney blended speed, drive and a change of pace that made him one of the most dangerous football players of his time. Tagged as Nebraska’s best high school athlete in his sophomore year, McCartney made a name for himself in track, winning all-class gold medals in the 100- and 220-yard dashes as well as the broad jump during his junior season. An injury prevented him from defending his titles his senior year. All-state in football and a three-year basketball letterman, McCartney served in the Navy before playing football at Northwestern University. After suffering a fractured pelvis, he transferred to the University of Nebraska to complete his college education.