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By Don Ogle 

Lady Raiders power past Gering in straight sets


Don Ogle / Sun-Telegraph Editor

Sidney senior Alex Wamsley goes up for a hit against Gering Tuesday, the last regular season home match for the Lady Raiders. Sidney hopes to do well enough in its final matches to earn home games in post season play.

Sidney's Lady Raiders used powerful front line play to take control of the visiting Gering Bulldogs Tuesday, capturing a straight set win.

Sidney scored the first point and never let Gering get into a rhythm, blocking a host of shots at the net, and successfully scooping up offerings for return on the way to a 25-12, 25-10, 25-12 result.

In its own offensive attack, Sidney got kills from seven players, five with more than five each, to hit Gering from all angles. Kelsey Knight led the Lady Raiders with nine kills, while Maddi Porter added eight and Mattie Johnson seven. Annalise Lecher and...

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