Sports

Wed
24
Sep

Aurora gets road victory in Hastings

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On a warm September evening Aurora’s defense got a pretty extensive workout, bending but never breaking, the Huskies improving to 3-1 on the season with an impressive road victory at Hastings Friday night by the score of 32-7.
To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

Wed
24
Sep

High Plains takes care of Riverside

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The High Plains volleyball team notched its first win of the season Sept. 16 in a triangular against Riverside and host Palmer.

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Wed
17
Sep

Aurora wins first game at Sports Complex

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There’s no place like home.

After playing their first seven matches on the road, Aurora’s volleyball team made their home debut on Sept. 9 at the Sports Complex, defeating Class A Columbus in a sweep by scores of 25-19, 25-22 and 25-16.

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Wed
17
Sep

Golfers place 2nd

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Aurora senior Kristin Bell posted the best round of her career Saturday, carding an 85 to tie for first and lead her team to a second place finish in the Aurora Invite.

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Wed
17
Sep

Aurora softball shuts out Schuyler 11-0 at home

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The Aurora softball team hosted a home triangular with Schuyler and Crete on a chilly Thursday.

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Tue
16
Sep

Lady Storm grab first win of season against Riverside

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The High Plains volleyball team left Palmer Tuesday night with a sour taste in its mouth after losing its second game of a triangular against the host-team Palmer Lady Tigers. The Lady Storm carried the momentum from their first win of the season over Riverside in the first game to take the first set against Palmer by a score of 25-21. But Palmer showed

Fri
12
Sep

Crushed. Giltner gives up 82 points at BDS in loss Friday night in Shickley

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The No. 3-ranked (OWH) Giltner football team showed the ability to move the ball in the first half after trailing by as many as 14 points to tie the game at haltime 36-36. That seemed like a distant memory in the second half as the Hornets were shut out while the Eagles ran what seemed to be the same run play over, and over and over for huge chucks of yardage and touchdowns, ulimately scoring 46 second-half points on the way to a 82-36 rout. Giltner's offense struggled in the second half after being able to answer scoring drives by BDS in the first half. Quarterback and linebacker Ben Hinrichs tried to shoulder the load most of the third quarter, using his feet when he couldn't find a receiver down the field.

Thu
11
Sep

No. 3 Hampton takes down No. 2 Giltner

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The No. 3-ranked Hampton Lady Hawks saw the defending D-2 state champs come into its gym, and they watched them leave with their first loss in a triangular with Dorchester Thursday night. It wasn't looking good midway through the third and final set as Hampton was down 17-12, but it managed to cut the deficit to just one point to make the score 19-18. Sophomore Madison Vanhousen then rattled off three straight aces to put the Lady Hawks on top 21-19 and shoot momentum Hampton's way.

Wed
10
Sep

Hunter education class

Aurora’s annual hunter education class will be held once again for free at the Fire Barn at 906 13th Street on Tuesday, Sept. 23 and Thursday, Sept. 25 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. both nights.
Class size is limited and students must pre-register at www.huntsafenebraska.org by 4 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 19. Click on the orange badge for the firearm classroom course to get to the calendar, then choose a date to get to the “view event” page, then at the bottom click the “register now” button.
Students must attend all sessions and be at least 12 years old.
For more information, contact Bobbie Hamit at 402.694.5000.
Tue
09
Sep

Lady Huskies spike York

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Experience and talent were both on Aurora’s side Thursday evening in York, the Huskies opening their volleyball season in impressive fashion by sweeping the Lady Dukes in less than an hour by scores of 25-12, 25-8, 25-9. To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

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