Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

Kelly Cizek Hanfelt - Millard South

Donna Chvatal Schuetz - North Bend Central

Dick Christie - Omaha

Matt Davison - Tecumseh

John Faiman Jr. - Bellevue West

Bill Hawkins - Beatrice

Nicole Kubik - Cambridge

Michelle Kush Bohlen - Gibbon

Darrell Lenz - Chappell

Tom McCann - Kearney

Jack Payne - Omaha

Reggie Smith - West Point Central Catholic

John Sherlock - Omaha South

Leigh Suhr - Papillion-LaVista

Gene Suhr - Papillion-LaVista

Dennis Troester - Southwest

Terry Williams - Omaha Central

2013 InducteeAthlete. Class of 1989

Michelle Kush Bohlen was simply a winner. Gibbon High School didn’t lose a basketball game after she moved from Grant before her junior year. The Buffs had their best volleyball season in history her senior year. And she won a gold medal in the high hurdles in track — accomplishments that earned her the 1989 Omaha World-Herald Female Athlete of the Year award. Bohlen was a four-year state qualifier in track and cracked the all-time top 10 in the 300-meter low hurdles. She played in the state basketball tournament all four years, scoring 1,306 points and leading Gibbon to back-to-back state titles and becoming Nebraska’s first Miss Basketball. She signed to play basketball at Creighton, but a promising career hit a snag with recurring knee injuries. She completed her college career at Hastings College, helping the Broncos advance to the NAIA National Tournament.