The Latest on the 13th Sunday of the NFL regular season
Aaron Jones’ 20-yard touchdown run on his only carry, with 5:59 left in overtime, gave the Green Bay Packers a 26-20 win Sunday over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Case Keenum threw a pair of touchdown passes, and the Minnesota Vikings extended their winning streak to eight straight games, keeping the Atlanta Falcons out of the end zone in a 14-9 victory on Sunday.
Running back Adrian Peterson was inactive for the Arizona Cardinals against the Los Angeles Rams because of a neck injury.
A partial implosion of the Silverdome failed to bring down the upper section of the Detroit Lions’ former home as intended Sunday as demolition of the stadium began.
The most noteworthy development in Week 13 of the NFL season is not happening at a game with much significance in the standings: When the New York Giants face the Oakland Raiders, Eli Manning’s starting streak will end.
For a second straight year, the Fighting Irish will play on January 1st. They are set to face LSU in the Citrus Bowl.
The Westchester Knicks defeated the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, 107-94, at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum on Saturday night in front of a crowd of 2,792.
Quarterback Blake Bortles threw for 309 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions as the Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the Indianapolis Colts 30-10 Sunday at EverBank Field.
Now 44, Boone has never been a manager or even a coach at any level since retiring as a player after the 2009 season.
Saint Francis is heading back to Daytona as they beat Morningside, 43-36, to advance to the NAIA National Championship game on Dec. 16.
The Komets rally back – scoring their first goal in the third period to initiate the Teddy Bear toss – as they beat Toledo in a shootout, 3-2.
Isaac Haas scored 21 points, Dakota Mathias added 20 and Purdue opened defense of its Big Ten regular season title by holding off Maryland 80-75 Friday night.
Blackhawk Christian bounces back to beat a pressing New Haven squad in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week”, 70-67. Frank Davidson led the way for the Braves with 21 points.
Carissa Garcia scored 32 points as 3A no. 8 Concordia topped Wayne while Frank Davidson tallied 21 points as 1A no. 4 Blackhawk Christian bested New Haven 70-67 in your Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
Friday marked the first night for hoops this season the Highlight Zone and it did not disappoint, especially in the “Game of the Week” where 1A no. 4 Blackhawk Christian edged host New Haven 70-67 at Armstrong Arena.
Lemon Jr. averaged 26.6 points, 4.7 rebounds, 6.4 assists and 2.7 steals in 41.5 minutes per contest through the first nine games of the 2017-18 season.
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The Colts have dropped five of their past six and are on the verge of elimination in the AFC South.
Two teams that have a chance to make a run into March meet up to open the month of December as New Haven meets Blackhawk Christian in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”