Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

Wally Anderzunas - Omaha Creighton Prep

Dick Beechner - Lincoln High

Roger Berney - Wolbach

Cory Eikmeier - Dodge

Gerald Ferguson - Scottsbluff

Kelly Flynn - South Sioux City

Dennis Harrison - Ralston

Cedric Hunter - Omaha South

Peaches James Keaton - Papillion-LaVista

Kristie Korth Brezinski - Columbus Scotus

John Larsen - Lincoln Southeast

Roger Mathiesen - Kearney

Jerry Murtaugh - Omaha North

Gary Neibauer - Scottsbluff

John Petersen - Columbus Scotus

Larry Riessland - Pleasanton

Chuck Stevens - Lincoln

COACH

John Petersen’s coaching career in volleyball and basketball set the gold standard for girls athletics. He built Columbus Scotus into a volleyball dynasty, winning 15 state championships and seven runner-up trophies in a 36-year span (1973-2013) that included 28 state tournament appearances. Nine of his teams went undefeated. Including a brief stint at Newcastle, Petersen compiled a 863-136 volleyball coaching record. In 23 years as basketball coach (1975-99), Petersen’s teams reached four state finals, winning three state championships. He compiled a 353-148 record. He was awarded nine Coach of the Year honors, including the 2012 National High School Athletic Association National Coach of the Year award.