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 By mike Motz    Sports    September 2, 2020

Bridgeport Runs Over Raiders 35-7

Sidney Head Coach Chris Koozer knew his team was in for a big challenge opening at home against the Bridgeport Bulldogs. The Red Raiders have many new faces at key positions, while the Bulldogs came...

 
 By mike Motz    Sports    September 2, 2020

Creek Valley Opens Strong Against Hay Springs

It was close going between the Creek Valley Storm and the Hay Springs Hawks in the first half during Friday night’s season opener, but the Storm showed why they’re the class of D6 football in the...

 

Warriors Roll Wolves 54-12

Leyton’s Warrior 8-Man Football team scored early and often, cruising to a 54-to-12 victory against the Maywood/Hayes Center Wolves in Maywood Friday night. The game was effectively over in the first half as the Warriors went into the intermission...

 
 By mike Motz    Sports    August 26, 2020

Raiders Face Big Challenge Against Bridgeport

Last season, the Sidney Red Raider Football team opened their season against the Bridgeport Bulldogs at home in a game that featured a lightning delay that had the fans scrambling for cover inside...

 
 By mike Motz    Sports    August 26, 2020

Coyotes Ready for Home Opener

Potter-Dix’s Coyote Football team held a scrimmage Saturday evening at Combs Field in Potter, and the boy’s looked as sharp as their new red and white uniforms. The Coyotes open at home against...

 

LADY RAIDERS SEEK DISTRICT RETURN

The Lady Raider Volleyball team under first year Head Coach Julie Smith held their scrimmage Friday afternoon at the Cabela’s Athletic Center in Sidney High School. The athletes are preparing for...

 

LADY COYOTES MEET LEYTON THURSDAY

Sophomore Lily Tabor tries for the kill during the Lady Coyote’s scrimmage Saturday afternoon. The Lady Coyotes open their season on the road against Leyton on Thursday in Dalton...

 
 By mike Motz    Sports    August 26, 2020

Creek Valley Storm Hosts Hay Springs In Opener

Creek Valley’s Storm Football team looks to continue its success in the D6 ranks after having their best season last year in the school’s history; a 10-and-1 record and a deep drive into the...

 
 By mike Motz    Sports    August 19, 2020

Huskers Fall, But Fight the Good Fight

Nebraska’s Cornhusker Football team, led by Head Coach Scott Frost and Athletic Director Bill Moos, tried their best, but were ultimately shut down by the Big 10 and have “postponed” the...

 
 By mike Motz    Sports    August 19, 2020

Fall Sports Start Up in Panhandle

There's been some modification to the Fall Sports schedules due to the government's reaction to COVID-19, but for the most part our area schools will continue with their normal sports schedule. Except...

 

It Seems We'd Rather Watch Re-Runs

A nation starved for live entertainment of any sort would seem to overwhelmingly welcome back professional sports, but initial television ratings indicate a lack of interest from the viewing public...

 
 By mike Motz    Sports    August 12, 2020

Peetz Fall Sports Postponed to Spring 2021

The Colorado High School Activities Association, after months of collaboration with Gov. Jared Polis and numerous COVID-19 related committees, has announced a modified sports and activities calendar...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    August 5, 2020

Champs Again!

The Sidney Raider 12U team earned its fourth consecutive State Championship by defeating the Westco Bluffs 12U team in the championship game of the Cal Ripken Baseball Tournament at Kiwanis Field in...

 

Runner-Ups

Sidney’s 11U baseball team went undefeated in pool play at the Cal Ripken Sate Tournament in Chadron over the weekend. After defeating Chadron 11-3, Gering 6-2 and Chadron a second time 7-1, the...

 

Glow Ball Golf Scramble Set for Aug. 8

The Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce Glow Ball Golf Scramble is scheduled for Aug. 8 at Hillside Golf Course. The event is an 18-hole, four-person scramble. Nine holes are played during the...

 

Guns & Hoses Softball Tournament Aug. 2

The annual Guns & Hoses Sidney Police vs Sidney Fire Department softball tournament will be held 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 2, at Field 1 Legion Park. The evening will include a barbecue and raffle.... Full story

 

Wins & Losses for Legion Teams

Sidney Seniors Fall to Alliance 1-12 Saturday, 5-3 against Chadron Friday The Sidney Seniors have a 7-11 record as of Monday morning after losing to the Aliance FNBO Spartans 1-12 Saturday and the Cha...

 

Panhandle Senior Women's Golf Results

The Panhandle Senior Women’s Golf Association teed off at the Cottonwood Golf Course in Torrington on July 13th. Forty one ladies were up for the challenge and had a great time. Taking first place with a score of 73/60.28 net and two birdies was...

 

Sidney Juniors Record Two Weekend Losses

The Sidney Juniors record added two notches to the wrong column Sunday, falling to the Chadron Junior Nationals 9-7 Sunday afternoon, then 4-3 later that night. The Sidney Juniors entered Sunday with...

 

Sidney Seniors Season at 6-6

The Sidney Seniors defeated the Akron Rams 18U Saturday by a score of 11-1, bringing their record to 6-6 for the season as of July 11. Later Saturday, Sidney defeated the Buckley Bombers varsity 7-2,...

 

Tyson Herrera Memorial Tournament Draws Big Crowd

Legion Park was busy with baseball action last week for the annual Tyson Herrera Memorial Tournament. The tournament and preceding Legion action are welcome relief from the absence of action during...

 

Legion Baseball Resumes Play

As of June 1, the State of Nebraska opened sports venues, albeit cautiously, and baseball returns to the field June 18. Schools are permitted to open weight rooms for all student athletes as long as...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    March 18, 2020

Winter Sports Season Highlights

Peetz Girls Basketball Second year Head Coach Stephanie Weber saw improvement with the Lady Bulldogs, although it did not translate into a significant change in their overall record. Finishing with a...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    March 18, 2020

Wuhan Coronavirus Delays Spring Sports Panhandle Season

All Panhandle schools, including Peetz, Colo., have been ordered closed for the next two weeks, with tentative plans to reopen Monday, March 30. Since avoiding large gatherings and concentrations of p...

 

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