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"Sloppy" Sidney falls to McCook


Dave Faries

Bradey Holtz watches his third inning single sail toward right center. He later came around to score.

One play defined Sidney's 12-2 loss at McCook on Sunday.

With bases loaded and one out in the bottom half of the third, a low Scott Phillips pitch skipped away from Sidney catcher Kyle Burton. What ensued was an agonizing comedy of errors-three, in fact-that allowed all three McCook base runners to score.

"Sloppy," said Post 17 third sacker Bradey Holtz when asked to describe the contest. "We had little small mistakes and big mental errors."

Sidney committed seven errors in the final three innings before play was stopped by the 10-run rule. Post 17 pitchers nailed four McCook hitters and is...

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