Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

Kim (Behrends) Buckendahl- Chappell

Forrest "Frosty" Anderson- Scottsbluff

Leodis Flowers-Omaha Central

Erin (Gudmundson) Haussermann-Kearney Catholic

Richard Knaub-Scottsbluff

Laura (Pilakowski) Buttermore-Columbus

Barrett Ruud-Lincoln Southeast

Renee Saunders-Omaha Marian

Anne Shadle-South Sioux City

Daryl Stovall-Bellevue West

Scott Usher-Grand Island

Kathy Mettenbrink-Centura

John Miller-Chambers/Southern Valley

Carl Tesmer-Grand Island Central Catholic/Hastings St. Cecilia

Mark Wortman-Elkhorn

Jerry Stine-Omaha

Larry Bornschlegl-Hastings

Coach
Few can match the diverse success enjoyed by John Miller. A 36-year coaching career garnered seven state championships and more than 700 victories in girls’ and boys’ basketball and football. His longest tenure came as the Chambers girls’ basketball coach where his teams won five state championships, four runner-up trophies and 585 games. The Coyotes put together an 87-game win streak. After 30 years coaching girls at Chambers, he moved to boys’ basketball, first at Chambers/Wheeler Central then Southern Valley. In six years at Southern Valley, his teams notched 124 wins and captured Class C2 state championship in 2014. Miller also coached the Chambers football team for 13 years, winning 77 games and the 2007 state title.