Sidney’s offense continues to roll averaging 63 points a game. On Friday, the Cowboy football team’s final offensive tally was closer to 100 as the Sidney team beat back Cam, Anita, 94-46 Sidney finished with 584 rushing yards.
Coach Donnie Sears said that offensively his line opened up good running lanes against Anita and the team had a great game running the football.
Running back Bryson Duncan averaged 14 yards a carry.
Duncan ran for 254 yards on 18 carries and  had six touchdowns.
Duncan’s performance put him over a 1,000 yards for the year.
Cody Dupre added to the rushing totals by scoring two touchdowns on five rushes and 100 yards on the ground including a 49 yard run.
Mister McNaughton, Tate Thompson, and Leighton Whipple each had rushing scores.
Whipple scored on 43 yard rushing play and  Thompson had a run of 39 yard scoring run for the Cowboys.
Quarterback Cameron Whitehead used his legs to gather 74 yards on four carries and a touchdown.
Whitehead threw the ball well but, regrettably, there were dropped passes.
Defensively, Anita forced the Cowboy’s to play wide.
“They spread us out and it was a track meet.” Coach Sears said.
Duncan led the team in tackles with six. Duncan and Jaden Sears both had interceptions for Sidney.
“Jaden had pretty good coverage all night.  He put himself in position to make plays.”  Sears said.
Sears said Dupre was positioned at nose guard and was effective in getting pressure in the backfield.
“We knew going into this game that it was going to be tough to shut down CAM’s offense.” Coach Sears said.  “Thomas Hensley is just too good to shut down completely. They scored a few more points than we had hoped. Fortunately for us, our offense continues to click and we were able to score on basically every possession.” Sears said.
Sidney improves to 5-0 on the season.
They will travel to  East-Mills on Friday, Sept. 29.
Coach Sears added that going to East-Mills wont be an easy task.
“It has always been a difficult place to play. They play well on their home field.”