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Sidney's 'Red Zone' brings home sportsmanship award


Stephen McKay

Sidney High School was presented with the boys' basketball Nebraska Coaches Association Class B Sportsmanship Award at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln on Saturday. From left are, SHS activities director Mike Brockhaus, Annalise Lecher, Austin Jacobsen, Bellevue University president Dr. Mary Hawkins, Jachob Wiedeburg, Mitch Verhulst, Hannah Rapp and Bruce Parish of the Nebraska State Athletic Administrators Association.

LINCOLN, Neb. – Perhaps the most often repeated sentiment offered by the Sidney boys' and girls' basketball players after each game, is how appreciative they are of the support they get from the fans. Of course, the most vocal section of fans at the Cabela's Athletic Facility comes from the student section affectionately known as the "Red Zone."

Though loud enough to cause significant needle movement on a decibel meter, the Red Zone prides itself not just on being boisterous, but being classy as well. As a result, Sidney High School was awarded the Nebraska Coaches Association Class B Spo...

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