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Cowboys Win But Lose Dak Plus High School Football Wk. 7 Wrap-up In Today’s Sports Update

The Dallas Cowboys needed a comeback Sunday afternoon to defeat the New York Giants 37-34, thanks to a Greg Zuerlein field goal as time expired. The Giants led 14-3 after the first quarter. Dallas responded with 21 in the second. The big blow to the Cowboys came in the second half of the win. While rolling to his left, Quarterback Dak Prescott got his legs tangled with defensive back Logan Ryan. In the fall, Prescott suffered a right ankle compound fracture and dislocation. They carted Prescott off the field with tears in his eyes and took him to the hospital where he had surgery Sunday night.

On Friday night, the Paris Wildcats took care of Ranchview 50-0. The North Lamar Panthers fell to Liberty Eylau 22-0, and the Panthers recovered five fumbles in the first half. James Bowie defeated Clarksville 46-23, Detroit got their first win of the year with a 32-26 victory over Maud. Daingerfield shut out Prairiland 57-0, Pewitt handed Chisum their first district loss 47-28, Cooper beat Rivercrest 24-21, Rivercrest had a 21-7 lead before the Bulldogs scored 17 unanswered, and Honey Grove fell to Celeste 20-8.

Wk 7
KBUS Paris 50 Cooper 24 Lone Oak 7
Ranchview 0 Rivercrest 21 Whitewright 36
MIX Liberty Eylau 22 Celeste 20 Pleasant Grove 48
North Lamar 0 Honey Grove 8 Pittsburg 9
Mineola 20 Clarksville 23 Paul Pewitt 47
Mt. Vernon 23 James Bowie 46 Chisum 28
Mt. Pleasant 14 Prairiland 0 Blue Ridge 34
Greenville 34 Daingerfield 57 Bells 53
Maud 26 Winnsboro 57
Detroit 32 Bonham 16
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On the volleyball court, the North Lamar Pantherettes swept Liberty Eylau, Prairiland swept Commerce, and Detroit swept Rivercrest. Paris High lost to Gilmer in four sets.

On Sunday night, LeBron James won his fourth NBA title with his third team. The Lakers defeated the Miami Heat in game six of the Finals 106-93. James won his fourth finals MVP.

In the baseball playoffs, the Rays take game one of the ALCS with a 2-1 win over Houston. Game 2 is this afternoon.

NASCAR will crown a new champion this year as the worst season of Busch’s career extended Sunday after they knocked him from the playoffs. It’s the earliest they eliminated a reigning Cup champion had since the format debuted in 2014. Chase Elliott won on the hybrid road course-oval at Charlotte Motor Speedway.