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By Will Korn 

Sidney outguns Hastings on the road, 40-20

Anglin, Secrest lead Sidney to victory against Tigers; Red Raiders improve to 3-0 with 40-20 win


Larry Brown / For The Sun-Telegraph

Senior running back Chance Anglin breaks through the secondary on his way to a 74-yard touchdown run in the second quarter, Friday night in Hastings. Anglin had four touchdowns--two of 70 or more yards--in the game.

HASTINGS – Senior running back Chance Anglin exploded for 245 yards and four touchdowns on 21 carries, caught a 40-yard pass and even intercepted a pass, as Sidney High School outgunned Hastings in a 40-20 win Friday night. 

Junior running back Hunter Secrest also pounded out 76 yards and a score on 16 carries to help lead visiting Sidney to the victory. The Red Raiders are now 3-0 on the season and are ranked No. 15 in the state by

Sidney head coach Todd Ekart says his team still has work to do, however, as Hastings managed 400 yards of offense in the loss.

"I was pleased...

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