Aurora's season ends at subdistricts

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  • Kylie Larson (left) and Brooklyn Moody (right) send words of encouragement to Aurora pitcher Rylee Olsen during subdistrict play Monday.
    Kylie Larson (left) and Brooklyn Moody (right) send words of encouragement to Aurora pitcher Rylee Olsen during subdistrict play Monday.
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It sure didn’t end the way it started, but the season Aurora softball put together was one the program hasn’t seen in some time. 

Aurora suffered a pair of losses to Hastings and GICC at the B-8 subdistrict tournament in Hastings Monday, ending its season with a 14-13 record. The winning mark at the end of the year is a first for the Lady Huskies in nearly a decade, recording back-to-back .500 seasons in 2012 and 2011. 

It was a tough postseason draw for Aurora, participating in a subdistrict with three of the top five in Class B wild card points (Hastings, Northwest and GICC).

Aurora began the B-8 subdistrict tournament with a 14-2 loss to top-seeded Hastings before being eliminated by GICC, 10-0. 

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