Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name


Allen Zikmund - Kearney

Bill Brown - Omaha

Bill Jackman - Grant

Billy Southworth - Harvard

Cecil Walker - Fremont

Chuck Deter - Gering

Conde Sargent - Lincoln

Dave Hoppen - Omaha Benson

Jack Hallstrom - Avoca

Jim Mather - Arapahoe

John "Choppy" Rhodes - Ansley

Jon Appleget - Fremont

Karlene Erickson Herrell - Wheeler Central

Kerry Trotter - Omaha Creighton Prep

Leonard Bond - Omaha North

Marty Kobza - Schuyler

Paul Forch - Lincoln East

Paul Tierney - Broken Bow

Ron Kellogg - Omaha Northwest

Ruby Miller - Elm Creek

Sondra Obermeier Herold - Aurora

Athlete.  From the grade school playgrounds of Omaha arose one of the leading female athletes of all-time, Maurtice Ivy of (1984 graduate) Omaha Central High School. She was Metro Conference scoring leader in basketball for four years and the state scoring champion three times. She was selected all-state for three years, and in 1983 and 1984 she helped the Eagles win the girls basketball state championship. She made the end-of-game free throws which won the first championship final. Her career point total of 1,926 still is high on the all-time list. Class A state tournament record holder for points in one tourney (80) and field goals in one game (14). Invited to Olympic Trials. Very talented in track & field, she won seven gold medals at the state track meets and was part of the team that set the 4×400 state record. Outstanding college career at University of Nebraska.