By John Verser
Publisher of the Sun-Telegraph 

Sidney jumps on Gering early in 59-44 win

 

John Verser / Publisher of the Sun-Telegraph

Sidney's Brady Radcliffe, left, drives past a Gering defender in Friday's win.

Fans expecting to see a close, gritty game for the third time against Gering this season instead got an offensive show.

Sidney (13-0) exploded out of the gate with a 19-point first quarter on Friday night and rolled to a 59-44 win against the Bulldogs. It was the Raiders' third win in three tries this season against the Bulldogs.

With the game knotted at 4-4, Sidney went on a 6-0 run to take the lead for good and outscored Gering 15-5 for the remainder of the opening quarter.

Back-to-back Zack Means buckets put Sidney up 8-4, and a pair of Tyler Wintholz free throws, his first two of a team...



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