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By Will Korn 

Heeren, Secrest pacing Sidney on the ground


Larry Brown / For The Sun-Telegraph

Junior running back Jake Heeren runs with the help of a Michael Muggli block during the first quarter of Sidney's 36-13 home win over Lexington two weeks ago.

The Sidney High football team is 2-0 in the games that senior running back Chance Anglin has been sidelined with a lower leg injury.

Without their biggest playmaker in the backfield, the Red Raiders were tested to move the ball at times in both of those contests.

Without an explosive 74-yard TD run up the middle or a powerful 50-yard, two-broken tackle scoring run down the sideline, the wins weren't quite as flashy, but they were victories nonetheless.

But if depth is the name of the game, Sidney knows how to play quite well. The Red Raiders certainly miss Anglin and he will be sorely ne...

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