By Don Ogle 

Sidney Junior season comes to an end


Don Ogle / Sun-Telegraph Editor

Sidney's Logan Sircy whips the ball to first for a double play against Alliance in state tournament action Sunday. Sidney's defense was, as a whole, working well over the course of the tournament, keeping the Juniors in its games. But for the first time Sidney batters were handcuffed almost the entire weekend and unable to string together one of the powerful innings they've been known for. Sidney's final season game was a 7-4 loss to Alliance.

Sidney's Legion Junior team saw its season come to an end Sunday in state tournament play, and while losing its final game was disappointing to players and fans alike, the season was a success nonetheless.

"If you'd have asked me after the first practice if we would end up with a record like this – no way," said Coach Ray Witt following Sidney's last outing.

Going into the tournament with a 15-11-1 record, Sidney had its hopes set on turning some heads.

And, the way they started, they did in a manner.

The Juniors opened tournament play against Mt. Michael from Elkhorn, which rolled into t...

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