Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

2018

Alex Gordon-Lincoln southeast

Ben Plunknett-Beatrice

Bob Whitehouse-Omaha

Christina Houghtelling Hudson-Cambridge

Danis Richards Willet-Benkelman

Diane Rouzee-Grand Island Northwest

Dick Morrissey- Omaha

Don "Tot" Holmes-Gothenburg

Duane Mendlik-Wisner-Pilger

Jack McCartney-North Platte

Janet Kruse Sellon-Blair

Katie Robinette Kock-South Sioux City

Keith Jones-Omaha Central

Max Kurz-Millard West

Rochelle Rohlfs-Omaha Marian

Russ Ninemire-Sandy Creek

Tom Heller-Kearney

Trevor Johnson-Lincoln Northeast

Athlete

Bellevue (Class of 1973)

A three-sport athlete at Bellevue High School, Rik Bonness shone brightest on the football field where he played center and linebacker, earning all-state honors his senior season and earning a scholarship to play at Nebraska. For the Cornhuskers, Bonness achieved the honor of being the seventh two-time All-American playing center. The Oakland Raiders drafted him in the third round of the NFL Draft. Converted back to linebacker, he played 59 games in the NFL for the Raiders and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He was a member of the Raiders’ Super Bowl championship team of 1977.