Huskies beat McCook in rivalry renewed

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Aurora forces three turnovers in convincing 21-7 road win over Bison; top-ranked Hastings on deck

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  • Aurora’s Brady Collingham (far right) falls on the second of his two fumble recoveries during the Huskies’ 21-7 win over McCook Friday night. Aurora rides a four-game win streak into a contest with Class B No. 1 Hastings.
    Aurora’s Brady Collingham (far right) falls on the second of his two fumble recoveries during the Huskies’ 21-7 win over McCook Friday night. Aurora rides a four-game win streak into a contest with Class B No. 1 Hastings.
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The Aurora-McCook rivalry was dusted off Friday night and with only one shot at it, the Husky seniors made it their own. 
Solid offensive execution alongside timely defensive stops lifted the Huskies over McCook in Bisonville 21-7 in a top 10 matchup. 
Aurora coach Kyle Peterson pointed out after the game that McCook is one of the toughest places to win in the state, thus he was proud of how the Huskies responded. 

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