Aurora traveled to Wahoo on Friday for the Pinnacle Bank Game of the Week. The Class C-1 No. 1 Warriors defeated the No. 4 Huskies 28-6.
Wahoo's running back was complimenting his offensive line after another big night.
The Pinnacle Bank Game of the Week features Class C-1 No. 1 Wahoo versus No. 4 Aurora. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday in Wahoo.
The Huskies will be without most of the prolific offense that averaged over 50 points a game. "We're untested," coach Kyle Peterson said.
Caleb Badura has back to state-champion status, but on a much higher level.
Aurora rising senior Nate Boerkircher doesn't yet have a scholarship offer, but the 6-foot-6, 210-pound tight end has plenty of schools interested.
Omaha Roncalli advanced to the Class B championship game of the state basketball tournament Friday with a 75-66 win over Aurora.
Baylor Scheierman finished with 30 points, 13 rebounds and five assists for Aurora. Cade Reichardt added 12 points for the Huskies.
On paper, subdistrict B-6 was one of — if not the — toughest subdistrict in Class B. On Tuesday, the games didn't live up to the billing.
The York Dukes and Aurora Huskies have turned in some heavyweight bouts against each other on the basketball court in recent years.
It’s been five years since the York Dukes boys basketball team was Central Conference champs. But the Dukes will need to wait another year for a crack at the title.
Baylor Scheierman’s career-high 38 points carried the Huskies past Seward 66-63. They will play York, a 53-45 winner over Adams Central, in Saturday’s 7:45 p.m. final.
Aurora gave coach Tom Leininger his 400th career win. Hastings took a second close loss in less than a week. Tuesday night’s 57-52 win for the Huskies came down to the final 2½ minutes.
Cade Reichardt is a nice second option for Aurora and the Huskies are better on defense than they have been. Those are two significant takeaways from Aurora’s 63-42 win over defending Class B champ York before a nearly full house Friday night in the Duke Dome.
WAHOO, Neb. — Ten days after leading Aurora to the Class C-1 football title, Baylor Scheierman hit the wall.
Baylor Scheierman threw four touchdown passes, ending his 11-man state-record total at 59, as No. 1 Aurora beat No. 4 Ord 49-7 for the Class C-1 state football title before 3,296 at Memorial Stadium.
It took a little while for Class C-1 top-ranked Aurora to get its offense revved up against Wahoo on Friday night. But when it did — even as wind chills hovered near zero degrees for most of the game — there was little the Warriors could do to stop it.
Auburn senior Baily Darnell committed to South Dakota State on June 22, but he is keeping his options open.
It wouldn’t be an Aurora-Northwest game without some momentum swings. The teams didn’t disappoint in that department Friday.
The Class C-1 challengers keep coming for Aurora, and the top-ranked Huskies keep answering.
At some point, Aurora coach Kyle Peterson expected his quarterback to top the 300-yard passing mark in a game. Baylor Scheierman was between 260 and 290 yards six times in Aurora’s 10 games last season.
Aurora’s Baylor Scheierman put on a show Friday at Kearney Catholic.
Caleb Badura says his golf game is back to where it was last year, after he played in a national junior tournament and before a severe flareup of Crohn’s disease.
Caleb Badura of Aurora shot a 2-under 70 Wednesday to repeat as individual medalist at the Class B boys state golf meet at Quail Run Golf Course.
Caleb Badura stuck to his game plan. After two bogeys in the first three holes in the Class B boys golf state tournament at Quail Run, the Aurora senior played the rest of the course in 2-under.
In a sport in which the opponents you need to overcome are yourself and the course, Aurora's Caleb Badura at times made it look too easy. Then one of those opponents — his body — turned against him.