Sports

Wed
18
Feb

Hampton girls beat Giltner for 2nd time this season

In the first meeting between the No. 8 Hampton Lady Hawks and the No. 9 Giltner Lady Hornets, it took overtime for Hampton to come away with a win and its first Crossroads Conference championship since 1990.

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Wed
18
Feb

Giltner Hornets improve to 12-9 with win over struggling Hawks

The Giltner boys basketball team had its way with a struggling Hampton Hawks squad Friday, winning 57-27.
The Hawks had major issues trying to break the press of the swarming Hornets, who forced 22 turnovers in the game.

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Mon
16
Feb

Giltner's Hoelck enjoys time in Laramie

by Steve Marik

Giltner athlete Corey Hoelck attended Wyoming’s junior day Saturday and was impressed with what Laramie had to offer.
Hoelck was invited to the event by the Cowboys’ coaching staff after watching his film.
Scott Fuchs, Wyoming’s offensive line coach, has been in contact with Hoelck through Twitter and was one of the coaches who showed him and the rest of the recruits around campus.
“He’s just a really nice guy,” Hoelck said of Fuchs. “He seems like he really cares about us.”
At 6-3 and 252 pounds, Hoelck is projected as either an offensive or defensive lineman or tight end.
As a junior, Hoelck was named honorable mention all-state while starting on the offensive and defensive line for the 8-man Hornets, racking up 85 tackles on the season with one sack.
As a sophomore, he was named all-state while accounting for 77 tackles and two sacks.

Wed
11
Feb

Allen’s 3-pointer sends game into OT, propels it to win over Waverly

Aurora simply refused to lose.
Before a packed house at the Sports Complex Friday night, sophomore Austin Allen grabbed a rebound, dribbled out to the left corner and launched a 3-pointer that swished through the net to send the game with Waverly into overtime.

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Wed
11
Feb

Four Huskies sign to play college football

Four Huskies signed their names last week, officially committing to continue their football careers at the college level.

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Wed
11
Feb

Aurora girls fall victim to Waverly, Lexington

Junior Brianna Boender proved to be a forced inside the paint Friday night, scoring 17 points to lead Waverly to a 50-42 win over Aurora at the Sports Complex.
Saturday at Lexington, Hannah Ostrom went off for 32 points as the Minutemaids won by the score of 57-29.

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Fri
06
Feb

Storm crank up defense on Hudson, Riverside

When it needed to the most, the Storm defense held strong, and sent upset-minded

Wed
04
Feb

Hixson to go from Husky to Coyote


In just a little over a year and a half Aurora’s Kiley Hixson will transform herself from a Husky into a Coyote.
Similar-type animals maybe, yet far different.
That’s what happens when you take that next step up.
Kiley, after she graduates in 2016, will take her many volleyball talents north to South Dakota University in Vermillion, home of the Coyotes.
The all-stater announced her decision just this past week after weighing different options. With the choice now made, she said she can just concentrate on school and on simply improving her skills on the volleyball court.
Why South Dakota? She said it was because she simply had a good recruiting visit, fell in love with the campus, the coaches, the players and with the facilities.

Wed
04
Feb

Huskies battle tough GISH team in home dual

The Aurora Huskies lost 55-18 to one of the best teams in the state -- Grand Island Senior High -- Thursday night in Aurora.

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