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

Omaha Central (Class of 1987)
One of a string of standouts who gave Omaha Central the nickname, “I-Back High,” Flowers earned Parade All-American honors and was one of eight finalists for Gatorade National Player of the Year as a senior. A two-time all-state running back, he rushed for 1,800 yards as a junior and 1,200 yards and 19 touchdowns in seven games his senior year. His six touchdowns in a game set a Class A record. Also a member of Central’s gold-medal-winning 400-meter relay, Flowers used his athletic skills to rush for more than 1,600 yards in his 3-year career at Nebraska, putting together a string of six 100-yard games in 1990.