Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

2016

ALAN VANCURA - Coach

BILL WEBER - Lincoln Southeast

BRAD HILDEBRANDT - Coach

CHARLES “CHARLIE” GORDON - Coach

CHARLES BORNER, JR. - Lincoln High

DON MEYER - Wayne

JIM BARKER - Scottsbluff

JIM PAIGE - Official

JIM TENOPIR - Contributor

JON MCWILLIAMS - Sidney

KEVIN RAMAEKERS - Norfolk Catholic

LAURA SPANHEIMER DECHANT - Omaha Marian

LINDA SCHNITZLER WALKER - Battle Creek

MIKE PURDY - Contributor

PAT HOBLYN - Coach

RICK MEYER - Superior

SARAH SASSE-KILDOW - Lincoln High

STACY JAKUBOWSKI LONGACRE – Howells

TERRANCE BADGETT - Omaha South

TONY DAVIS - Tecumseh

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coach

After two years as an assistant boys basketball coach at Elm Creek, Randy Carpenter started the girls basketball program at Lexington in 1974, creating an after-school program that would feed his varsity. The early success of his teams helped steer Nebraska into the modern era of girls basketball. Throughout his career, the passionate and colorful Carpenter earned a reputation for producing teams that played solid player-to-player defense and were well-prepared. In a coaching tenure that lasted 37 years, he led the Minutemaids to state championships in 1978 and 1987, two runner-up trophies in 1977 and 1991, 13 district championships and 12 Southwest Conference titles. He retired in 2011 with a 492-276 record. His last team set a school record with 23 victories.