Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name


Andy Meyer - Superior

Curlee Alexander - Omaha North

Dale Butler - Norfolk

George O'Boyle - Lincoln Pius X

Jerry Eickhoff - Hampton

Jim "Squat" Myers - York

Jim White - Hastings

Kelli Benson Jeffries - Grand Island

Larry Tomlinson - O'Neill St. Mary's

Laura Tietjen - Byron

Pat Hodges - Lexington

Ray Ehlers - Lexington

Rich Osentowski - Ord

Roger Barry - Schuyler

Roy Bassett - Hastings

Sarah Fredstrom Secrest - Omaha Burke

Tom Ernst - Columbus

Zack Wiegert - Fremont Bergan

2009Coach. Keith Staehr gained a reputation for getting the most out of his teams, building a formidable squad out of very little talent. His Kimball teams often came away with victories over schools with larger enrollments and more talented athletes. He retired in 2000 with a 187-119-1 record that included four seasons, and three conference championships, at North Loup-Scotia. His Kimball teams qualified for the state playoffs seven times, winning five conference championships. He coached the North Shrine Bowl team in 1974 and was a head coach in the West Nebraska All-Star Game in 1980 and 1994. As an athlete, Staehr was a standout at York High School and Kearney State College. He was a four-year letterman in football and track at Kearney State, playing running back, cornerback and punter in football and ran hurdles in track. At York, he was an all-state quarterback and an all-state tournament selection in basketball.