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By Will Korn 

Porous defense sinks Sidney in Gering rout

 


Murphy’s law was in full effect Thursday night at Oregon Trail Park in Gering, as the Post 36 team stole the game from Sidney by a five-inning run rule score of 12-2.

Sidney totaled 10 errors in the five innings.

We didn’t play as a team tonight,” said Sidney center fielder Austin Pile after the loss. “We didn’t deserve to win. We also didn’t deserve to be in this game at all. We’ll bounce back and try again in the McCook tournament.”

“We wanted to see some fight out of them [Sidney] tonight and we didn’t see it tonight at all,” said manager Tim Herrera.

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