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Headed for Omaha PDF E-mail

Two Aurora school records fell and multiple personal bests were recorded Thursday at the District B-5 Track Meet at Grand Island Northwest.

The Huskies qualified 16 for the May 18-19 Nebraska State Track and Field Meet at Omaha Burke, including eight boys and eight girls.

On to state! PDF E-mail
Area teams posted some outstanding finishes Wednesday in Class D track district meets.
Giltner's boys bested the field by nearly 100 points in winning the D-5 district with nine automatic state qualifiers, while the Lady Hornets were third with four automatic qualifiers. Hampton's teams were both fifth at D-5 with three total automatic qualifiers, while the High Plains teams were both third at the D-4 meet with six automatic qualifiers.
Pictured here, Hampton's Kalynn Dahlke, a three-event qualifier, celebrates after setting the school record in the high jump with a mark of 5'6".
Heat is on at conference meet PDF E-mail

The Aurora Huskies battled temperatures in the high 90s and an even higher heat index Saturday at the Central Conference Track Meet in Schuyler.

And while distance runners struggled in the heat, it had no impact on those competing in field events where numerous personal records were set.

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