Sports

Wed
01
Feb

High Plains finishes runner-up at Doniphan-Trumbull

The High Plains wrestling team had one more meet before conference, districts and state begins next week.
The Storm competed in the Doniphan-Trumbull Invite, finishing runner-up out of 14 teams behind Cross County.

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Wed
01
Feb

Huskies finish home slate with dual win over GISH

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The Aurora Husky wrestling final tuneup before postdeason action carried the intensity of one of those matchups with everything on the line.
Aurora defeated Grand Island Senior High 38-31 in a dual Thursday night in front of a loud and boistrous crowd.
The match was deadlocked at 31 going into the final two matchups.

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Sat
28
Jan

Husky boys repeat as conference champs

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The Aurora boys are now the two-time defending Central Conference champions after defeating Adams Central 53-43 Saturday night. The Lady Huskies fell short in their attempt to repeat, losing to Seward 50-38 earlier in the night.

The win for the Huskies was the second area conference championship following the Hampton girls victory Friday night. For complete coverage on all the area conference tournaments, make sure to check out the upcoming News-Register sports section and follow us on Twitter @SportsANR for the latest scores and updates.

Click the link to view a soundslide feature on the championship games.

Boys

Girls

Fri
27
Jan

Hampton takes CRC title

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Two area teams were in contention to win the boys and girls CRC championships Friday. The Hampton girls defeated BDS 54-48 while the Giltner boys lost to Cross County 57-49. For a complete breakdown on all the CRC tournament action, check out the News-Register's sports section this week and follow our sports Twitter account, @SportsANR for up-to-the-second updates from the games. Click the links below to view a soundslide feature on the Lady Hawks win, as well as the Giltner boy's loss.

CRC champs!

Giltner boys finish 2nd

Thu
26
Jan

Conference tournament update

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Three area teams have secured spots in their respective conference tournament championship games.

The Aurora girls defeated York 66-45 and will play Seward Saturday.

The Hampton girls defeated Meridian 62-54 and will play BDS Friday.

The Giltner boys defeated Nebraska Lutheran 64-57 and will play Cross County Friday.

The Aurora boys play Holdrege in the semifinals Friday for a chance at the finals Saturday.

Follow our sports Twitter account @SportsANR for up-to-the-second scores and information on all these games and much more.

Wed
25
Jan

Hornets stay alive in CRC with wild fourth-quarter victory

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It was a game that felt like it belonged on Championship Friday, not quarterfinal Monday.
After a wild fourth quarter that featured a double-digit lead, a one-possession lead, tremendous momentum swings, technical fouls and raucous crowds, the Giltner boys basketball team escaped the York Auditorium with a 58-54 win over Shelby-Rising City to advance to the semifinals of the CRC tournament.
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Wed
25
Jan

High Plains grapplers win big on western swing

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It was a first-of-its-kind wrestling meet for the High Plains Storm Thursday.
Normally when hosting wrestling activities, its located in either Clarks or Columbus. But on Thursday night, the wrestlers took to the mats in Polk.
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Wed
18
Jan

Aurora’s red-hot shooting buries Columbus

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The Huskies turned another top 10 matchup into a signature victory as Aurora dismantled Columbus 86-50 at home Saturday night.
Class B’s No. 1 team didn’t take long to show Class B’s No. 6 team that it would be a long night as the Huskies didn’t miss from the field early on.
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Wed
18
Jan

Hansen comes up clutch for Hornets

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Not all heroes wear capes, at least Brodi Hansen doesn’t.
He wasn’t at the top of any stat category at game’s end, nor was he a starter for the Hornets. But in the clutch, the junior came through to help the Hornets win.
Hansen’s putback lay-up as time expired fluttered through the twine as the Giltner bench erupted in celebration, defeating Kenesaw on the road 42-41.
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Wed
18
Jan

Lady Huskies finding a groove with winning streak

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As Aurora coach Sara Partington described it, the Lady Huskies are starting to gel.
“Everyone is figuring out their role on the team,” she said. “We talked to the bench about stepping up a bit more and needing more of an offensive threat. We did that tonight (at Central City). Things are falling together.”
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