Games carried on The Wolf 97.3/KRGI Sports Network
Girls - Seward 58, Aurora 25
Boys - Aurora 62, Seward 59
Listen below to post game with Aurora girls coach Phil Thramer & Aurora boys senior player Nick Hutsell.
Phil Thramer post-game Seward
Nick Hutsell post-game Seward
04-Dec-2018 / Steve Stein
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
06-Jan-2019 / Steve Stein
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
10-Dec-2018 / Steve Stein
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
26-Jan-2019 / Steve Stein
In a game which Aurora never led in regulation, the Huskies downed Seward 66-63 in double overtime, in the semifinals of the Central Conference Basketball
Baylor Scheierman's three pointer with 1.2 seconds left gave Aurora the win. He scored a career high 38 to help Aurora improve to 16-1. Seward is now 11-3
with two of those losses coming to the Huskies in the last week.
The Bluejays led by as many as 12 in the second half, but couldn't hang make it stand up.
Aurora shoots for a fourth straight conference title against York tonight. Pre-game 7:30 on 97.3 the Wolf.
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
02-Jan-2019 / Steve Stein
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
04-Feb-2019 / Steve Stein
The Aurora basketball teams spoiled senior day at Lexington on Saturday. The girls (8-13) earned a 41-37 win over the Minutemaids. Raina Cattau led the way with nine points.
The Aurora Boys (19-1) held off the Minutemen 67-54. Baylor Scheiermann and Cade Reichardt combined to score the first 44 for the Huskies. Scheierman finished with 29. Reichardt added 22.
Both teams will be at Crete Friday. Pregame 5:45 for the boys with the girls to follow on 97.3 the Wolf.
Aurora Boys Coach Tom Leininger
Aurora Sophomore Cassidy Knust
11-Feb-2019 / Matt Williams
Due to weather conditions the girls Class B Sub District 7 basketball tournament has been pushed up a day. First round action between North Platte vs Holdrege followed by McCook vs Lexington will be played on Tuesday, February 12th with the championship between the winners to be played on February, 13th in North Platte. McCook games will be carried on The Zone 93.9 & thezone939.com. Holdrege contest can be heard live on KUVR 1380 AM/96.9 FM & kuvr.com. Bracket below.
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.