HAVELOCK - Six individuals and the 2004-2005 girls basketball team will be inducted into the Lincoln Northeast High School Athletic Hall of Fame during a 7 p.m. banquet next Saturday (Jan. 20) at the Havelock Social Hall. A social will begin at 5:30 p.m.
This year’s inductees (year of graduation in parentheses) are Greg Kemist (1963), David Sutter (1999), Jane Hoops (2000), Katie Seymour (2000), Kelli Linke (2007) and Travis Parker (2007).
Capsules of the individual honorees follow:
Greg Kemist, two letters in baseball, three in swimming, three in football. All-City baseball 1963, set 100-yard breaststroke record in 1963. Earned B.S. in chemical engineering, worked 23 years for Raychem, a California company specializing in radiation chemistry. He and his wife of 50 years, JoAnn, have two children and five grandchildren.
David Sutter , three letters in football, All-City, All-Conference and All-State, Super-State pick by World-Herald and Journal Star, member of 1999 Shrine Bowl team. Was starting left guard for University of Nebraska-Omaha, pursued a degree in criminal justice, and is currently a conductor with BNSF. He and his wife, Holly, have three children.
Jane Hoops, four letters each in basketball and soccer, one in volleyball, All-City and All-Conference in basketball and soccer, All-State in soccer, All-State honorable mention in basketball. Earned a degree in secondary education at Nebraska Wesleyan, where she was goalkeeper for the soccer team three years and played basketball one year. Was head soccer coach for three years at NWU. Currently works at Hiro 88.
Katie Seymour earned a total of 12 letters in cross country, swimming and track. Four-time state qualifier in swimming and diving and cross country, three state medals and All-City honors in diving and cross country. Was a member of the diving team at the University of Wyoming, later earned a B.A. in environmental studies from Ashford University.
Kelli Linke earned a combined seven letters in softball and swimming. Was a member of record-setting 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams, and holds the school record for most home runs in a season (9). Earned a B.S. in sociology at UNL, currently a store manager with Bath and Body Works.
Travis Parker was a four-time All-City baseball selection, co-captain his senior year, first team Super-State selection as a junior and senior. Later played for Seward County Community College and Saint Louis University, where he was a second team All-American and is the career saves leader. Works for Reliant Transportation and is the varsity assistant baseball coach at Waverly High School. He and his wife, Emily, were married in May of last year.
The 2004-2005 girls basketball team finished the season with a 24-0 record and a state championship.
For more information about the Jan. 20 banquet, email Lori Adams at