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‘We did it!’ PDF E-mail

A goal that’s long been square in the Giltner football bulls-eye was finally realized Monday.

The program earned its second NSAA state championship in school history with a convincing 42-26 victory against perennial power Humphrey St. Francis in the Class D2 state championship game.

It was a storybook ending for the Hornets, which used its trademark spread offense to rack up nearly 400 yards passing. Coupled with a defense which allowed only eight first-half points, it led to a euphoric celebration among players coaches and fans, perhaps best summed up by senior lineman Dillon Gartner proclaiming "We did it!" See this week's edition for a complete report, as well as a two-page spread of photos and congratulations from area businesses.

 
Jason Parks to receive 'citizen hero' award PDF E-mail

A former Aurora resident and a couple from Clinton, Iowa will represent their respective states as "citizen heroes" when the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers meet the University of Iowa Hawkeyes Friday in the second-annual Heroes Game presented. Jason Parks of Omaha, son of Paul and Bobby Parks of Aurora, will be recognized during a halftime ceremony on the field. Watch next week's edition for a complete report.

 
Thanks, Tom! PDF E-mail

Husker Nation tipped its hat to legendary coach Tom Osborne Saturday, thanking him for more than 40 years of service. The sellout crowd exploded when Osborne joined coach Bo Pelini for an emotional tunnel walk, then jogged out on the field one last time with the Huskers. Watch this week's News-Register for Dave Bradley's report on the game, including photos of Andrew Rodriguez.

 
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