(Tabor) -- One of the most dominant players in 8-man history, who played on the most dominant 8-man team in state history, is the latest inductee into the KMA Sports Hall of Fame.
Former Fremont-Mills and Iowa Hawkeye standout Nate Meier became the youngest member of the inaugural Hall of Fame class and was officially inducted at a ceremony Friday night before the Fremont-Mills/East Mills Football game.
In his career, Meier ranks 7th all-time in Iowa with 100 career touchdowns. His 61 TDs in 2011 are tied for the most in a single season, and his 500 rushing yards against East Mills on October 21st, 2011 is the most in a single game.
KMA Sports Director Derek Martin made the induction official, and you can view some highlights of the ceremony in the video below.