Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

2010

Ahman Green - Omaha Central

Angee Henry - Bellevue West

Barb Harris Bruce - Lincoln High

Chuck Mizerski - Lincoln Southeast

Clarence Mitchell - Franklin

Dan Brand - Bellevue

Don "Moose" Cooper - York

Ed Thompson - Cambridge

Gary DeBoer - Nelson

Gary Power - Gothenburg

Herb Grote - Omaha Benson

Howard Zook - Fairfield

Jodi Janssen Harper - Papillion-LaVista

Larry Pritchett - Perkins County

Rex Jones - Chadron

Ted Larson - Lincoln

Tom Hallstrom - Omaha

Willie Weisbrook - Lincoln

2010Athlete. Class of 1974.  When the Lexington Minutemen made a run at state championships, they put the ball in Ted Harvey’s hands. A 5-foot-9, 140-pound leader, Harvey played quarterback and running back on Lexington’s state championship football teams of 1972 and 1973. He started for three years at point guard, leading Lexington to a runner-up finish in 1974, when it lost by one point in the state championship game. And, as a sprinter in track, he ran on two gold-medal relay teams as Lexington won the Class B team title. All-state in football in 1973 and all-state tournament in basketball, he started at cornerback for three years for the Nebraska Cornhuskers.