Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

1998

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

Maurtice Ivy - Omaha Central

Paul Forch - Lincoln East

Paul Tierney - Broken Bow

Ruby Miller - Elm Creek

Sondra Obermeier Herold - Aurora

HOF inductee

 

Athlete.  When only a sophomore at Omaha Northwest High School this star on the hardwood was already one of the best basketball players in the state. It was obvious from the start that he could shoot the basketball. By his graduation in 1982, Ron Kellogg had compiled a career total of 1,644 points. As a consistent indicator, he averaged 24.5 points per game in both his sophomore and senior years. He did well always, whether in state tournament play or in practice. Selected twice during his high school days as all-state, he spent his college days as an outstanding player for the Kansas Jayhawks, starting all four years.