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By Will Korn 

Sidney bounces back, tramples Lexington

With star Anglin out, Heeren, Secrest step up to lead Sidney to important home win

 

Larry Brown / For The Sun-Telegraph

Sidney junior running back Jake Heeren fights through a Lexington tackler during the first quarter of Friday night's 36-13 win.

The Sidney High football team bounced back nicely from its first loss of the year with a 36-13 win at home against Lexington on Friday night at Weymouth Field.

Without standout running back Chance Anglin, junior backs Jake Heeren and Hunter Secrest combined for 261 rushing yards and four touchdowns on 32 carries in the win for the Red Raiders (4-1).

Sidney started off with a bang in the first quarter. It scored on the first possession of the game with a nine-play, 80-yard drive that took just under two minutes. Heeren got into the end zone on a one-yard run to give Sidney a 6-0 lead afte...



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