It’s going to take more than an ankle injury to slow Alliance’s Emersen Cyza. The 6-foot outside hitter is second in the state with 404 kills but has been sidelined the past week. The junior hopes to return this weekend when the 18-6 Bulldogs host an invitational.

The Sidney boys golf team put its home course advantage to good use in registering a championship finish at the Sidney Invitational on Friday at Hillside Golf Course.

The Scottsbluff girls tennis team remained unbeaten in dual play this season by capturing a pair of wins during a triangular on Friday in Alliance.

Not everything has gone perfectly this season for the Scottsbluff girls basketball team, which came into this week’s Class B, District 6 Tournament with a 7-13 record.

The Scottsbluff boys basketball team knew it would get Alliance’s best shot Friday night. And while the Bulldogs did indeed come out battling hard, even forcing an 8-8 tie at the end of the first quarter, the Bearcats ended up being simply too strong once again both offensively and defensively.

The Scottsbluff boys basketball team utilized a perfect inside-outside game in rolling over Alliance 64-28 on Friday night at Scottsbluiff High School.

Nine individual medalists combined to help the Alliance wrestling team capture the championship of the Bridgeport/Sidney Invitational on Saturday at Bridgeport High School.

Alliance wrestling coach Dr. Scott Ruff couldn’t have asked for a better start to the season after his squad defeated last year’s state runner-up squad, Scottsbluff, 35-31 in a very competitive dual Thursday night at Scottsbluff High School. 

A sluggish start wasn’t what Aurora wanted in its Class B playoffs first-round match-up against Alliance Friday. But a strong performance from the offensive line and running back Preston Dibbern eventually got the No. 3-rated Huskies on track towards a 54-13 victory.

Playing in its home gym for the first time this season, the Gering volleyball team split a pair of matches against North Platte and Alliance during the annual Bulldog Triangular on Saturday at Gering High School.

Christian Ellsworth made the most of his limited playing time against Alliance Friday. The Northwest senior quarterback passed for four touchdowns and rushed for three more in 16 1/2 minutes of action during the Vikings’ 55-19 rout.

The Scottsbluff softball team knew it would have its hands full Tuesday night against an improved Alliance squad. It was indeed a tight contest, but Scottsbluff’s pitching and defense came up big down the stretch as the Bearcats held on for a 3-2 victory.

The Aurora football team had its way with Alliance. The Class B, No. 8 Huskies rolled up 332 yards of offense, including 226 on the ground, while the defense held the Bulldogs to 105 total yards in taking a 53-6 win Friday night at Aurora.

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