Sports

Wed
17
Jul

Juniors season ends in area tourney

The Aurora Cooperative Post 42 Juniors saw its season come to an end Sunday in the B-5 area tournament, but not before making some noise.
Aurora, as the No. 6 seed, defeated No. 3 Central City Dairy Queen Friday night to begin the tournament and advance to the winner’s bracket, but lost 15-0 to Central City Cornerstone Saturday and 10-4 to Fairfield Sunday.

Read more in this week's print or e-editions.

 

Fri
12
Jul

Badura transferring to UNL

Caleb Badura fulfilled a lifelong dream late this week.

The 2018 Aurora graduate announced his decision to transfer from Northwestern College in Iowa to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to join the Husker golf program, becoming a Division I golfer. 

Badura made things official on Thursday after finishing second in the Nebraska Amateur Championship, losing to now four-time champion Alex Schaake in a seven-hole playoff. 

Badura was a two-time state champion at Aurora and during his one season at Northwestern, won his first-ever collegiate start as well as the GPAC tournament and qualified for Nationals. 

Wed
03
Jul

Aurora Cooperative Juniors wrap up homestand

Last week was a tough stretch for the Aurora Cooperative Juniors.
Aurora lost three games in consecutive days, including a 16-1 loss to Kearney County June 26, a 14-0 loss to Central City Thursday and a 16-5 loss to St. Paul Friday night.
The game with St. Paul was one Aurora had control of for some time. After falling behind 2-0 early, the Juniors posted four runs in the bottom of the second.

Read more in this week's print or e-editions.

 

Wed
03
Jul

Badura finishes 2nd in Nebraska amateur

The Summer of Badura continued last week at the York Country Club.
Aurora senior-to-be Danica Badura earned a runner-up finish in the 45th Nebraska Women’s Amateur Championship.
Badura improved each of the three days, shooting rounds of 78, 76 and 74. Her final round score of 74 was the best of any competitor on the final day.

Read more in this week's print or e-editions.

 

Mon
01
Jul

Manstedt to be honored at Nebraska State Games

Nebraska Sports Council officials announced last week that wrestling coach Norm Manstedt, who retired this year after a 50-year head coaching career at Clarks and later, High Plains, has been named the Honorary Marshal of the Cornhusker State Games Opening Ceremonies Parade of Athletes. 
The Opening Ceremonies will take place Friday, July 19 at 8 p.m. at Seacrest Field in Lincoln. Manstedt will lead athletes onto the field to kick off a celebration including skydivers, fireworks, trampoline acrobatics, patriotic tribute and the lighting of the caldron by a mystery athlete. 

Wed
26
Jun

Find the good in news

 Parents of seven year-old pee wee baseball players brawling in the Mile High City over an umpire’s call. A 13-year old umpire.
Former Boston Redsox slugger David Ortiz getting shot in the back in his home Dominican Repulibic.
LaVar Ball seemingly making an inappropriate response to a female host on ESPN.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield trash-talking University of Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger on a radio show in Oklahoma.
It’s simply amazing these kind of stories seen and heard these days. Is this kind of behavior becoming a trend, or are these just random acts of immaturity, foolishness and yes, violence?
I’m seriously afraid that the world of sports is beginning to mirror Washington D.C.’s bickering and dividedness. What happens in Washington isn’t staying in Washington, at least in my opinion. And it starts at the top.
Doesn’t it seem like it’s getting worse? Are lawyers the only real winners here?

Sat
22
Jun

Hot dog!

Larry Culpepper, Wonder Woman, Spider Man and even a hot dog all made passes down the runway Saturday during the 9th annual street vault put on by the Sky High Vault Club during the A'ROR'N Days festivities. 

Among those that competed were several high school, collegiate and others that have seen their time come and, well, maybe hang around for one more year. 

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

Wed
19
Jun

Aurora wins two in York tournament

The Aurora Pinnacle Bank Seniors bounced back after a pair of losses to post two wins at the York Cornerstone Classic over the weekend.
Aurora picked up a 4-2 win over York Sunday that followed a 5-2 win over UBC on Saturday. Aurora’s tournament began with a 14-6 loss to Kearney after dropping a 15-5 game to Kearney the night before.

Read more in this week's print or e-editions.

 

Sun
16
Jun

Hinrichs offensive MVP of 8-man All-Star game

In what was likely Dayne Hinrichs' final organized football game, the former Giltner Hornet went 5 for 11 for 115 yards and three touchdowns to earn offensive most valuable player honors for the West team that won 34-22 in the Sertoma 8-man All-Star Classic played Saturday at Hastings College. More coverage on Hinrichs' MVP day will be in the upcoming News-Register. 

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

Fri
14
Jun

Badura wins 52nd Nebraska Match Play

Many golfers dream of it, but fewer get the chance to live it out. Caleb Badura had that chance Friday. 

The Aurora native and Northwestern College sophomore-to-be golfer made it look easy on his way to the Nebraska men’s match play golf crown. 

Badura became the fourth player short of his 20th birthday to win the match play championship with a 9 and 7 win over Omaha's Dan Huston, who calls the Players Club Golf Course home. 

Badura held a 4 up lead through the 18-hole morning round and continued with fire in the afternoon, ballooning his lead to 7 up by winning the first three holes and eventually held a 9 up lead through 25 holes. The match ended when Huston conceded Badura’s birdie putt after hitting his fourth shot on the par-4 11th.

Badura goes for a sweep of the state tournaments at the 115th Nebraska Amateur from July 8-11 at the Country Club of Lincoln.

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