Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name


Charles Bryant - Omaha South

Con Marshall - Chadron

Cory Schlesinger - Columbus

Dave Lebsack - Lincoln Northeast

Gail Peterson - Crofton

Harold 'Mac' Maciejewski - Wayne

Joe Scarpello - Omaha Central

John Reta - Lincoln Southeast

Kurt Lauer - Gibbon

Larry Ribble - Millard South

Larry Vlasin - Madrid

Nikki Stricker Best - Lincoln East

Paul Mohr - Scottsbluff

Rudy Stoehr - Lincoln

Russ Snyder - Nelson

Teri Steer-Cantwell - Crete

Tom Haase - Aurora

Wally McNaught - Lincoln

Coach. Coaching 40 years at Howells, Jim Morrison became one of Nebraska’s legendary basketball coaches. His Bobcat teams won state championships in 1973, 1974, 1977, 1978 and 1983 and made one other state finals appearance. He compiled a 594-326 record, including two years at Dodge, and coached nine all-state selections. Morrison’s teams qualified for the state tournament 10 times and won 14 conference championships. He was twice named the Nebraska Coaches Association Coach of the Year. At the time of his retirement, Morrison stood fourth in victories among Nebraska basketball coaches. He also coached football, track and baseball.