Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

2006

Angie Wilson - Lincoln Southeast

Bobby Ginn - Madison

Charles "Deacon" Jones - Boys Town

Dennis Smith - Papillion

Denny Fuehrer - Norfolk

Duane Haith - Omaha

Ed Husmann - Ogallala

Ernie Wach - Bartley

Father Patrick O'Byrne - Hastings St. Cecilia/Wahoo Neumann

George Pfeifer - Boys Town

Jason "Bump" Novacek - Gothenburg

Jodi Stineman Emsick - Lincoln Southeast

Johnny Goodman - Omaha South

Kathy Travis Miiller - Lincoln Christian

Ken Cook - Adams

Leroy A. Zentic - Lincoln East

Mike Iseman - Fremont

Myron Oehlerking - Lincoln East

Ray Knaub - Scottsbluff

Steve Hokuf - Crete

Vern Plambeck - Kearney

Contributor.  Louise Pound was a pioneer among women athletes in the state of Nebraska, enjoying much success during her high school age years although never participating in structured high school athletics. Tennis and golf were her top sports, but she gained acclaim in figure skating, skiing, cycling, basketball, swimming, riding and bowling. She was captain of the University of Nebraska basketball team. She was Lincoln’s best woman golfer for more than 20 years and in 1916 was the first state women’s golf champion. In tennis, many of her championships came against all comers, including men. At one time, she was the top-ranked amateur tennis player in the country. During her 50 years as a professor at the University of Nebraska, she was a staunch advocate of increased opportunities in athletics for females. Deceased.