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The Aurora Boys opened the season with a pair of wins over state ranked teams. The Huskies beat Adams Central 64-55 and edged Wahoo in overtime 76-74.

The Aurora Girls fell to Adams Central 48-31 and Wahoo 53-18.

The Huskies visit Columbus Lakeview Friday. We'll have Saturday's games at Central City on 97.3 the Wolf with pregame at 1:30.





Coach Phil Thramer's pre-season interview

Coach Tom Leininger's pre-season interview

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The Aurora boys survived Elkhorn 39-34 on Saturday. Baylor Scheierman scored 22 for the Huskies despite battling foul difficulty. 

The Aurora girls lost 35-15. 




Aurora Boys Coach Tom Leininger

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The Aurora girls dropped a 39-35 decision at Central City on Saturday. The Husky boys took a 77-27 win. 

Listed to the post game interviews with Phil Thramer and Nick Hutsell.

The Huskies visit York Friday. Pre-game 5:45 on 97.3 the Wolf




Aurora Girl's Coach Phil Thramer

Aurora Senior Nick Hutsell

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The Aurora girls picked up their first win, 41-35 at York on Friday. Maya Nachtigal scored 13. Megan Snyder added 11 for the Huskies.

The Aurora boys dominated the matchup of state ranked unbeatens 63-42. Baylor Scheierman had 26. Cade Reichardt added 16 for the Huskies 




Aurora Senior Maya Nachtigal

Aurora Senior Baylor Scheierman

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The Aurora Boys settled for second place at the Gretna tourney with a 50-41 loss to the host Dragons

The Aurora Girls rebounded for a 35-31 win over Omaha Duchesne in the consolation game





Tom Leininger Post Game

Aurora Senior Hailey Holliday

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First round match-ups - Thursday, October 4th 

#4 Scottsbluff vs #5 Alliance - Noon MT
#3 Gothenburg vs #6 Chadron - Noon MT 
#2 Gering vs #7 McCook - 2pm MT 

Class B District 6 BRACKET

Listen to all McCook action on The Zone 93.9 & online at thezone939.com 

Listen to all Gering action on Sunny 99.3 & online at kettfm.com 

Listen to all Scottsbluff action on Wild Country 106.9 & online at khyyfm.com 




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Aurora graduate Caleb Badura will be on the Nebraska team for the annual Kansas/Nebraska Junior Cup this week at the Lawrence Country Club. Badura will golf at Northwestern, IA in the fall. His father Craig will be the captain of the Nebraska team.

Danica Badura competed in the PGA Junior Championship in Louisville, KY earlier this summer. She'll be a junior at Aurora High School. 




Caleb and Danica Badura

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Kamar Baldwin scored a season-high 28 points and Butler defeated Creighton 84-69 on Saturday to end a two-game skid.
Baldwin was 11-of-18 shooting with three 3-pointers and seven assists before leaving with 1:44 remaining after he was inadvertently struck in the face by Creighton's Damien Jefferson going for a rebound.
Joey Brunk, a 6-foot-11 sophomore making his first start, added 13 points and Nate Fowler had three 3-pointers and 11 points for the Bulldogs (10-5, 1-1 Big East), who improved to 8-1 at home after shooting 51 percent.
Martin Krampelj had 16 points and eight rebounds to lead the Blue Jays (10-5), who had a three-game win streak snapped after shooting just 26 percent from the arc (7 of 27) and being outscored 40-28 in the paint. Mitch Ballock added 13 points and Davion Mintz 10.
Ty-Shon Alexander, Creighton's leading scorer at 17.3 points per game, was just 1 of 10 from the arc, 3 of 13 overall and finished with nine points.




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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Ty-Shon Alexander scored 18 points and Mitch Ballock added 17, including five of Creighton's 13 3-pointers, to help the Bluejays beat Providence 79-68 Monday in the Big East opener for both teams.
Martin Krampelj had 16 points and nine rebounds and Marcus Zegarowski scored 10 of his 12 points in the second half for Creighton (10-4). The Bluejays have won three in a row.
Alpha Diallo made a jumper to give the Friars (10-4) a 48-46 lead with 12:55 to play but six different Bluejays combined to hit seven 3-pointers in the next seven minutes and Creighton took an 11-point lead — the biggest by either team — when Davion Mintz made two free throws with 5:17 remaining. Maliek White's layup trimmed Providence's deficit to 73-66 with 1:23 left but the Bluejays made 6-of-6 free throws from there to seal it.
Diallo had 18 points and 10 rebounds — his 11th career double-double and fifth of the season — for the Friars, who had their three-game win streak snapped. White scored 13 points, David Duke added 11 and Makai Ashton-Langford 10.




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A matchup of two of college football’s winningest programs for four straight years and a return of Iowa as the opponent in the regular-season finale are among the highlights of Nebraska’s 2022-25 Big Ten football schedules. The conference office announced schedules for upcoming seasons on Wednesday afternoon.

Nebraska and Michigan will square off each season from 2022 to 2025, with the Wolverines visiting Memorial Stadium in 2023 and 2025, and Nebraska traveling to Ann Arbor in 2022 and 2024.

After concluding the 2020 and 2021 conference seasons with matchups with Minnesota, the Huskers and Iowa will conclude their regular season against each other on Black Friday each year from 2022 to 2025. The border rivals have met on Black Friday since Nebraska joined the Big Ten in 2011, and will do so in 2018 and 2019.

The future Big Ten schedules announced on Wednesday also feature Big Ten games as a season opener in both 2023 and 2025. In 2023, Nebraska will open the season at Minnesota on Sept. 2, while the 2025 campaign will kick off with an Aug. 30 game at Illinois.

Nebraska will play four Big Ten home games in both 2022 and 2024, with five conference games at Memorial Stadium in 2023 and 2025.


Nebraska 2022-25 Big Ten Schedules
2022

Sept. 24 at Rutgers
Oct. 1 Indiana
Oct. 8 at Northwestern
Oct. 15 at Michigan
Oct. 22 Minnesota
Nov. 5 at Wisconsin
Nov. 12 Purdue
Nov. 19 Illinois
Nov. 25 (Fri.) at Iowa
Note: Nebraska has completed its 2022 non-conference schedule that includes home games against North Dakota (Sept. 3), Georgia Southern (Sept. 10) and Oklahoma (Sept. 17).2023
Sept. 2at Minnesota
Sept. 30Northwestern
Oct. 7at Illinois
Oct. 14Michigan
Oct. 21Wisconsin
Nov. 4at Purdue
Nov. 11Maryland
Nov. 18at Michigan State
Nov. 24 (Fri.) Iowa
Note:
Nebraska non-conference games in 2023 scheduled at Colorado (Sept. 9) and at home against Northern Illinois (Sept. 16), with one remaining non-conference game to be scheduled. 2024
Sept. 21Minnesota
Sept. 28at Northwestern
Oct. 5at Michigan
Oct. 12Ohio State
Oct. 26at Penn State
Nov. 9Illinois
Nov. 16at Wisconsin
Nov. 23Purdue
Nov. 29 (Fri.) at Iowa
Note:
Nebraska non-conference games in 2024 scheduled against South Dakota (Aug. 31) and Colorado (Sept. 7), with one remaining non-conference game to be scheduled. 2025
Aug. 30at Illinois
Sept. 27Michigan
Oct. 4Wisconsin
Oct. 11Northwestern
Oct. 25at Indiana
Nov. 1at Minnesota
Nov. 8Rutgers
Nov. 22at Purdue
Nov. 28 (Fri.) Iowa

Note: Nebraska has a non-conference game scheduled at Cincinnati in 2025 (Sept. 13), with two non-conference games to be scheduled.





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