Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name


Bill Madden - Scottsbluff

Bill Pfeiff - Lincoln High

Carol Moseke Frost - Cedar Rapids

Charles E. "Dutch" White - Omaha Tech

Clint John - Cambridge

Dean Steinkuhler - Sterling

Edsel Wibbels - Wolbach

Fred Brown - Omaha Tech

Fred Letheby - Madison

Herb Reese - Omaha Central

Ike Mahoney - Omaha Tech

Jay Novacek - Gothenburg

John J. "Jug" Brown - Falls City

Leo McKillip - McCook

Marlin Briscoe - Omaha South

Mick Tingelhoff - Lexington

Mike Lehl - Blair

Monte Kiffin - Lexington

Scott Poehling - Fremont Bergan

Tom Novak - Omaha South

HOF inducteeCoach–During the roaring twenties of the 20th century, no high school football coach in the country was more inspiring than this gentleman. Between the 1922 and 1929 seasons, he led the Red and Black Links of Lincoln High School to 68 victories, 3 losses and 2 ties for multiple state championships. His skills also included being an excellent basketball coach, leading Lincoln High to two state championship titles in the late 20s. As head basketball coach for the University of Nebraska he led the Cornhuskers to a tie for the¬†championship of the Big Six Conference in 1937. During World War II he went into the service of his country. The first really modern football stadium of Lincoln High was made possible through the disciplined success of this fine coach.