Sports

Tue
27
Jan

Lady Hawks make CRC semis

The D2 No. 7 Hampton Lady Hawks had to hold off -- once again -- a tough High Plains squad Tuesday afternoon at the CRC Tournament in York, but got the job done in a 43-40 win. The Lady Hawks

Wed
21
Jan

Leininger has huge 2nd half to beat Bison

No. 9 Aurora had to scratch and claw for one road win this past weekend, then cruised in another.

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Wed
21
Jan

Penner finalist for national award

Aurora senior Allison Penner is one of 65 finalists for the Andi Collins Award that goes to the nation’s top senior volleyball setter by Prepvolleyball.com.

To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.
 

Wed
21
Jan

Lady Huskies win big

Aurora’s Lady Huskies shot 50 percent from the field and guard Adyson Narber finished with 26 points to lead the team to a big 54-37 win at Centura Saturday afternoon.

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Wed
21
Jan

Wrestlers end busy week in Lexington

The Aurora Huskies wrestling team ended a long week of competition with five duals in Lexington Friday.
The team went 3-2 with wins over Crete, Gering and Gothenburg. Aurora won 53-17 over the Swedes.

To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

Tue
20
Jan

No. 2 High Plains stays undefeated

The High Plains Storm boys basketball team, No. 2 in D1, wanted a test when it visited

Fri
16
Jan

Giltner upsets Osceola in OT

The Giltner Hornets boys basketball team found its stroke Friday night in Osceola, draining

Fri
16
Jan

Lady Hornets drop first game of season

It took 13 games, but the D2 No. 1 Giltner Lady Hornets lost their first game of the season in a

Wed
14
Jan

Aurora wrestlers 2nd in Central City

The Aurora Huskies took to the mat on Saturday at the Central City Invite and came away with second place thanks to a handful of high-placing wrestlers.
Aurora scored 123 points and finished behind rival Northwest.

To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

Wed
14
Jan

Aurora girls focus on tempo, win big over Fairbury

Sophomore guard Adyson Narber scored 19 points and Aurora’s defense held visiting Fairbury to 15 points below their average to post an impressive 44-31 win Friday night at the Sports Complex.
On Saturday at second rated Elkhorn, the Huskies fought hard but came up just short, losing 45-40 when the Lady Antlers went on a 17-11 run down the stretch.

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