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Sidney girls shrug off slow start, down Gering


Stephen McKay

The Lady Raiders' Maddi Porter, right, muscles her way against Gering's Allie Boggs during Friday's contest.

 If there was any doubt that a pair of late first-half field goals by Sidney Lady Raiders' Annalise Lecher and Emily Mahr on Friday night were the enough to put the locals ahead for good, Maddie Stafford made sure when the second half opened.

Powered by an 18-4 run that spanned two halves, the Raiders went on to post a 37-27 win over district rival Gering at the Cabela's Athletic Facility to earn their fourth consecutive victory.

The win advanced the Raiders record to 13-6 on the eve of their rematch with District B-6 leading Scottsbluff. The Lady Bulldogs saw their record slip to 5-14.


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