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.
Karson Gansebom made five 3-pointers in the first half and five free throws late to lead No. 5-ranked Bennington with 20 points and five rebounds.
From Scottsbluff to the Sorenson Parkway, Class B got an unofficial start Saturday to its boys basketball state tournament.
Tuesday night’s B-6 subdistrict final at York High School between the Aurora Huskies and the York Dukes was everything a rivalry is supposed to be.
Brady Danielson’s hot stretch in the fourth quarter allowed Class B No. 4-rated York to take the lead in the season series against No. 2 Aurora — along with the Subdistrict 6 championship.
When Oak Hill and Sunrise Christian had been to the Heartland Hoops Classic, they played Goliath to the local underdogs, Omaha and Papillion kids with the same first two numbers in their zip codes.
in a battle between two of the top teams in Class B, Omaha Skutt made a statement with postseason basketball right around the corner.
The victory came less than 24 hours after news spread about the death of Aurora junior Nick Pachta in an automobile crash.
Aurora’s Big Two sat more than they were in the game together in the second quarter Friday night.
Every time Gretna tried clawing back into Friday’s game, Aurora continually found ways to keep the Dragons at bay. Until the end.
The 6-foot-6½, 210-pound Boerkircher had 61 tackles and three sacks this season for Aurora.
Class B No. 3 Aurora used another strong second quarter to start pulling away from Central City for a 71-48 victory Saturday. The girls also won.
Omaha North will be the home team and Kearney the visiting team for next Tuesday’s Class A football championship game at Memorial Stadium.
Baylor Scheierman said the Jackrabbits have a great plan for him and he likes the family atmosphere in Brookings.
KEARNEY, Neb. — Millard West placed three runners among the top 10 finishers Friday to repeat as Class A girls state cross country team champions.
There was no ice cream for Mazie Larsen Friday after her race at the state cross country championship meet, but the Gretna senior did win her second Class B gold medal.
Simon Otte’s 217 yards rushing and two touchdowns helped Class B No. 3 York pull away for a 51-20 win over No. 8 Aurora on Friday.
Aurora’s success continued into the postseason. The Huskies placed three golfers among the top seven to claim the Class B, District 3 championship Tuesday at Jackrabbit Run Golf Course.
Now that a 28-game losing streak is over, Omaha Bryan can work on getting two wins in a season for the first time since 2013 and the second time since 2010.
Danica Badura wouldn’t mind if Aurora scheduled a few more tournaments at Seward Country Club.
AURORA — Class B No. 2-rated McCook looked like a veteran team during Friday’s season opener against No. 10 Aurora.
Throughout the summer, The World-Herald will prepare you for the high school football season with a story previewing a new team or teams each day. This week, Class B is featured, with Nos. 10-5 today.
Mike Huffman of Bellevue West and Kyle Peterson of Aurora have been picked as the head coaches for the 2018 Shrine Bowl.