Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

2009

Andy Meyer - Superior

Curlee Alexander - Omaha North

Dale Butler - Norfolk

George O'Boyle - Lincoln Pius X

Jerry Eickhoff - Hampton

Jim "Squat" Myers - York

Jim White - Hastings

Keith Staehr - Kimball

Kelli Benson Jeffries - Grand Island

Larry Tomlinson - O'Neill St. Mary's

Laura Tietjen - Byron

Pat Hodges - Lexington

Ray Ehlers - Lexington

Rich Osentowski - Ord

Roger Barry - Schuyler

Roy Bassett - Hastings

Tom Ernst - Columbus

Zack Wiegert - Fremont Bergan

Athlete. Class of 1994. Sarah (Fredstrom) Secrest hit a home run in high school athletics. A four-time state champion in doubles in tennis and an all-state basketball player, the 1994 Omaha World-Herald Female Athlete of the Year was a big hit in softball. Even though it was not a sanctioned sport until her senior year, Fredstrom had established herself as a standout at the club level. As a senior, she hit seven home runs, seven triples and seven doubles while batting .592. She was named the honorary captain of the all-state team. At Colorado State University, she set almost every hitting record as a four-year starter at shortstop. The Western Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year in 1994 and an All-American in 1997, she was an all-conference selection three times and finished her career batting .367 with 32 home runs, 15 triples, 51 doubles and 183 RBIs.