Aurora catches fire in home tournament play

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Lady Huskies swing hot bats through 4-1 start

  • Kaleigh Metzger (middle) high fives teammates Kylie Larson (8) and Zarian Arends after both of them scored during a 13-2 win over St. Paul Friday. News-Register/Richard Rhoden
    Kaleigh Metzger (middle) high fives teammates Kylie Larson (8) and Zarian Arends after both of them scored during a 13-2 win over St. Paul Friday. News-Register/Richard Rhoden
  • Instead of the traditional shaking hands at the end of the game, the Aurora softball team waved to its opponent from its dugout after each contest Friday. News-Register/Richard Rhoden
    Instead of the traditional shaking hands at the end of the game, the Aurora softball team waved to its opponent from its dugout after each contest Friday. News-Register/Richard Rhoden
  • Courtney Oswald gets ahold of a pitch during Aurora’s 13-2 win over St. Paul. News-Register/Richard Rhoden
    Courtney Oswald gets ahold of a pitch during Aurora’s 13-2 win over St. Paul. News-Register/Richard Rhoden
By the end of its own tournament Friday evening, the Lady Husky softball team had the brooms out. After losing the first game of the year the night before in walk-off fashion, Aurora won all three of its home tournament games Friday, defeating St. Paul 13-2, Gering 6-5 and Central City 9-5 at the 4-Diamond Sports Complex. Aurora added a 9-0 run rule victory over Fillmore Central/Exeter Milligan…

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