The Sidney Sun-Telegraph - Serving proudly since 1873 as the beautiful Nebraska Panhandle's first newspaper

By Will Korn 

Red Raiders turn focus to Lexington, aim to recover

 

Larry Brown / For The Sun-Telegraph

Junior running back Hunter Secrest breaks a McCook tackle on the way to the end zone in last Friday's 20-19 road loss to the Bison. With Chance Anglin out tonight, Secrest will be the starter in the backfield.

The Sidney High football team is ready to get back to work tonight after a tough road loss last week to state powerhouse McCook, and they'll have to do it without one of their top players.

Standing in its way are the Lexington Minutemen, who come into Weymouth Field with a 3-1 record. Kickoff is 6 p.m.

Sidney head coach Todd Ekart said that his team has had a very productive week at practice and that his players are ready to put the McCook loss behind them and try to get back on track.

"We have been looking good," Ekart said. "Players are stepping up and really preparing well."

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