08/20/2014, 6:00pm CDT, By Joshua Welge
Arguably Matt Rahn’s top football memory came in street clothes. Sidelined all of the 2013 season with a torn ACL, the Aurora Central quarterback watched with glee last October as his teammates beat Marmion in the rivals’ final Suburban Christian Conference meeting.
08/19/2014, 7:15pm CDT, By Steve Nemeth
One of the winningest boys soccer coaches in IHSA history, Jose Barrientos, is now counted on to help Aurora Central improve its fortunes.
08/10/2014, 11:30am CDT, By Rick Armstrong | firstname.lastname@example.org
07/21/2014, 5:45pm CDT, By Rick Armstrong | email@example.com
After being sidelines for most of his sophomore and junior seasons, Matt Rahn is ready to lead Aurora Central from behind center.
05/30/2014, 8:45pm CDT, By Paul Johnson
Anthony Holubecki only went four innings Friday, but he struck out eight and teamed up with Nick Henne to twirl a five-inning no-hitter in Kaneland’s 12-0 Class 3A Plano Regional semifinal win over Aurora Central.
05/26/2014, 7:15pm CDT, By Paul Johnson
Aurora Central came out firing in Monday’s quarterfinal, scoring 17 runs in the first two innings en route to a 17-0, five-inning win over IMSA.
05/24/2014, 10:22pm CDT, By Mike Clark | firstname.lastname@example.org | @mikeclarkpreps
Ryan Preacely won two individual events, setting a meet record in the 100 meters, and anchored a first-place relay to help Johnson earn its first state trophy in any sport Saturday at O’Brien Stadium. The Pumas finished third, behind Cahokia and and Normal U-High.
05/23/2014, 9:10pm CDT, By Rick Armstrong | email@example.com
Aurora Central’s Karina Liz had the fastest qualifying time in the 800-meter run, while Kaneland had eight qualifiers, including three relays, and Rosary four finalists in Friday's Class 2A state preliminaries.
05/19/2014, 6:45pm CDT, By Rick Armstrong | firstname.lastname@example.org
Aurora Central's Karina Liz learned a valuable lesson about pacing herself and learned it well. She specializes in shorter distances — 800-meter run and the 400-meter dash — these days but continues to win most of the time.
05/16/2014, 6:45pm CDT, By Gary Larsen
Emily Kisch drove in seven runs as Burlington Central cruised to a 16-5 victory over Aurora Central in the first round of the Immaculate Conception tournament on Friday.