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Fri
20
Sep

Friday night roundup week 4

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The Osceola/High Plains Stormdogs scored 26 points in the fourth quarter to defeat Elkhorn Valley, highlighting the area teams during the fourth week of the football season. OHP came up with a blocked punt in the fourth quarter and later needed to recover an onside kick to pick up a win over Elkhorn Valley. 

Two other area teams -- Aurora and Giltner -- were unable to pick up wins over their respective opponents while Hampton was off. Listed are all area teams and the scores of those games with the winning team in bold:

Aurora vs GINW, 26-8

OHP vs Elkhorn Valley, 55-46

Giltner vs Humphrey St. Francis, 86-20

Hampton, BYE

For live updates from the sidelines follow us on Twitter @SportsANR and see next week's News-Register for full coverage. 

Fri
20
Sep

Giltner bests Palmer in four

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The Giltner volleyball team is taking advantage of every moment on its home floor, having just two home contests during the 2019 season. 

In their first match at home Thursday, the Lady Hornets treated the home fans to a four-set victory over Palmer, 21-25, 25-13, 25-15 and 25-16. 

The win Thursday night moved Giltner's overall record to 8-1. Interestingly, the first set loss for Giltner was its first lost set in two weeks. 

Giltner will be back in action Saturday at the Central Valley tournament. 

For live updates from the sidelines follow us on Twitter @SportsANR and see next week's News-Register for full coverage. 

Wed
18
Sep

Aurora hosts triangular Tuesday

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After nearly a week off, the Aurora volleyball team was back in action Tuesday night, hosting Minden and Adams Central in a triangular. 

Minden swept the Lady Huskies in the opening match, 25-22 and 26-24 while Adams Central won in three over Minden, 21-25, 25-22 and 29-27. Aurora also pushed Adams Central to three sets, but the Lady Huskies would fall, 27-25, 15-25 and 25-22. 

Aurora will be in Central City Thursday for another triangular before competing in the Gothenburg tournament over the weekend. 

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Wed
18
Sep

Lady Huskies finish runner-up at home meet

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The Aurora girls cross country team rose to the challenge Friday afternoon at their home meet on Poco Creek Golf Course, taking on not only the competiton, but the heat as well.
“I’m really glad it stopped raining in the last two weeks for us to even get to run here,” coach Tony Sigler said. “The course was laid out pretty good and we set it up the last three nights. We didn’t tear it up and it’s always a very viewer-friendly course. We’re pretty happy with how everything played out.”

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Wed
18
Sep

Badura, Lady Huskies set new records at Lakeview Invite

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It was a record-breaking day for golf Thursday in Columbus, where Danica Badura posted a new school record 63 and the Lady Huskies carded the lowest team score in the program’s history to win the meet with a 344.
Playing a par-70 Quail Run Golf Course modified for tournament play due to damage caused during the March floods, the Lady Huskies took advantage of the opportunity to go low with every girl on the team posting a career-best score.
“We are really pleased with that,” coach Rick Bell commented. “That’s the lowest that’s ever been shot by an Aurora girls team, at least in the history I have. It was a really good day.”

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Sun
15
Sep

Allen makes wave on special teams

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Something about playing in Memorial Stadium at night brings out the best in the Huskers. That was on display Saturday night.

The Big Red did just about everything in a 44-8 win over Northern Illinois to move to 2-1 on the season.

Among those making big plays was former Aurora Husky Austin Allen, who was active on special teams for the Huskers. The redshirt sophomore recovered a fumble off a blocked NIU punt and later in the game, sniffed out a fake punt by Northern Illinois, tackling the punter a yard short of a first down. He also had a chance to score a touchdown off a second blocked punt go through his fingers -- literally. Allen also recovered a fumble from fellow tight end Jack Stoll in the second half to keep possession and eventually score.

For live updates from the sidelines follow us on Twitter @SportsANR and see next week's News-Register for full coverage. 

Fri
13
Sep

Friday night roundup week 3

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Unfortunately for Hamilton County schools, not a one picked up a win on Friday the 13th with a full moon in sight. Aurora and Osceola/High Plains drop their overall record to 1-2 while Giltner and Hampton continue to search for its first win of the year into the fourth week of the high school football season. Listed are all area teams and the scores of those games with the winning team in bold:

Aurora @ Wahoo, 28-6

Hampton vs Dorchester, 63-19

Giltner @ Paxton, 28-20

Osceola/High Plains @ Ravenna, 52-45

For live updates from the sidelines follow us on Twitter @SportsANR and see next week's News-Register for full coverage. 

Fri
13
Sep

Giltner tops Hampton in area battle

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It was a quick evening for Giltner's volleyball team, defeating both Hampton and Dorchester in straight sets Thursday night and moving to a 7-1 mark on the season. 

The Lady Hornets started the evening with a 25-17 and 25-19 win over Dorchester in which Giltner totaled nine ace serves and led by Cassidy Tompkin's 11 kills. 

In the second match, Giltner was tough at the net as Hampton struggled to break through as the Lady Hornets won 25-17 and 25-11. Giltner's serve was strong again with 10 aces as well as seven blocks. 

In the final match of the evening, the host Dorchester team picked up a straight-set win over the Lady Hawks. 

For live updates from the sidelines follow us on Twitter @SportsANR and see next week's News-Register for full coverage. 

Wed
11
Sep

Area rivals deliver body blows in early season test

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The sweltering heat inside the High Plains gymnasium was matched by the intensity on the court between two area rivals.
High Plains hosted Giltner as part of an early-season triangular in which the Hornets bested the Storm in three sets, 25-17, 26-24 and 25-11.
Giltner coach Jeanie Good said after the game that the test High Plains presented was welcomed by the Hornets, especially after a loss to Meridian two days prior.
“I was really proud of our effort across the board,” Good said.

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Wed
11
Sep

Huskies race to beat the heat in Seward Invite

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Aurora cross country boys took home one medal in Thursday’s Seward Invite against a large field of more than 300 runners despite temperatures hovering above 90 degrees. The Huskies turned around at the Minden Invite Saturday to claim a solid first place overall finish.

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