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    Sun-Telegraph Staff|Jul 27, 2023

    In a report that ran in the July 20, 2023 edition of the Sidney Sun-Telegraph on page 2A titled, “Visitors board approves six grants, discusses special meeting for budget” a few corrections need to be made: • The Potter Community Improvement (PCI) is not a 501c3, but rather a committee within the village that helps manage financial aspects of the village; • The next Cheyenne County Visitors Committee will meet on August 2, starting at 5:15 p.m.; and • The visitors committee is a committee of the Cheyenne County Commissioners and not an actual...

  • Sidney High football team loses first game of 2015 campaign

    The Sun-Telegraph staff|Sep 18, 2015

    The Sidney High School football team lost for the first time this season, falling to powerhouse McCook by a 35-13 score on Friday night at Weymouth Field. The Red Raiders slipped to 3-1, while McCook improved to 4-0. Pick up Monday's edition of The Sun-Telegraph for a complete game wrap-up and photos....

  • Late interception secures Sidney High football victory

    The Sun-Telegraph staff|Sep 11, 2015

    The Sidney High School football team held on for a 38-27 victory over Hastings on Friday night in its home opener at Weymouth Field. With Sidney clinging to a four-point lead with less than a minute to play and Hastings driving for the potential winning score, sophomore Coby Haas intercepted a pass and returned it 80 yards the other way for a touchdown to lock uo the win. The Red Raiders, who improved to 3-0, trailed at halftime for the first time this season, but put together a strong offensive rally in the third quarter. For more details and...

  • Sidney High football team wins shootout against Adams Central

    The Sun-Telegraph staff|Sep 4, 2015

    HASTINGS, Neb. -- The Sidney High School football team improved to 2-0 on the young season with a 45-30 road victory against Adams Central on Friday night. Derek Robb and Alex Lindemann scored two touchdowns apiece for the Red Raiders (2-0), while teammates Brady Radcliffe, Jake Heeren and Hunter Secrest each found the end zone in the game. Sidney opened a 21-0 advantage and led 21-8 at the intermission. The Red Raiders and Patriots (0-2) exchanged scores for most of the second half, but Sidney maintained control and the momentum during that...

  • Sidney High football team cruises to win in season opener

    Sun-Telegraph staff|Aug 28, 2015

    CHADRON, Neb. -- The Sidney High School football team got off to a fast start Friday night en route to a 41-7 victory over Chadron on the road in the season opener. Chadron scored on its first possession to take a 7-0 lead, but the Red Raiders then reeled off 41 unanswered points. Sidney junior Alex Linneman got things started when he took the ball 85 yards on his team's first offensive play of the season. He finished with 128 yards on six carries and two touchdowns. Teammates Jake Heeren, Derek Robb, Tyler Wintholz and Coby Haas all added TDs...

  • STATE WRESTLING: Sidney's Derek Robb wins twice, moves into semifinals

    Sun-Telegraph Staff|Feb 19, 2015

    Undefeated Sidney High School freshman Derek Robb won both of his matches at 138 pounds on Thursday at the Nebraska State Wrestling Championships in Omaha. He pinned Levi Heilig of Boys Town in 49 seconds in the opening round and pinned Ashland-Greenwood's Cody Lambert in 3:29 in the quarterfinals. The two wins improved his record to 43-0 this season. At 106 pounds, freshman Kaden Vowers pinned Jason Kubicka of Adams Central in 3:07 in the first round, but lost an 18-4 major decision to Van Schmidt of Omaha Skutt Catholic in the quarterfinals....

  • Red-hot Peetz rolls to 67-18 victory against Weldon Valley

    Sun-Telegraph Staff|Oct 20, 2014

    Senior quarterback Bradey Holtz threw for three touchdowns and sophomore running back Cody Wilson scored three times to help Peetz (Colo.) High School to a 67-18 over Weldon Valley on Friday. The Bulldogs improved to 7-1 overall and 6-0 in league play. Holtz only attempted four passes in the game, but completed three of them – all for TDs – for 85 yards. Junior Jordan Nelson rushed for 58 yards and a TD and teammate freshman Helmuth Wenneker picked up 48 yards on the ground. Wilson added 41 yar...