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Monday’s Sports


The Los Angeles Rams opened SoFi Stadium with a 20-17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night. Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 96 yards and a touchdown and caught another scoring pass. The injury list picked up three Cowboy starters in the first half, and a come from behind didn’t happen in the second. Next up, the Falcons at noon Sunday.

New Orleans Saints lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday 34-23. New Orleans’ next game will be Monday week against the Raiders.


The NHL Conference Finals Game 5 is this evening at 7:00 between the Stars and Vegas Golden Knights. Dallas leads the series 3-1. Game 6 will be Wednesday.


Texas Rangers doubled the A’s 6-3 Sunday. The Rangers next face the Astros Tuesday at 7:10 pm. Texas is now 17-30 and the flip that for Oakland. They are 29-17. Houston will be coming off an 8-1 loss to the Dodgers. Houston is 23-24.

The Rangers promoted Baylor’s Davis Wendzel to their taxi squad. He was the former Big 12 Player of the Year a few weeks ago, and now he has landed on the 60-man roster and is training at the new Globe Life Field in Arlington.


The U.S. is not the only one having COVID-19 problems. Australia’s National Basketball League pushed back their start for early 2021 because of the pandemic.


Results from around the area Friday had James Bowie shutting out Overton 38-0, Rivercrest lost to Harleton 33-26, Tom Bean got by Clarksville 18-12, Honey Grove over Chisum 36-28, and Mt Vernon didn’t have any problems with Paul Pewitt winning 42-14. It was Union Grove over Alba-Golden 12-8, Rains is on a roll with a 69-6 victory over Grand Saline, Ore City beats Big Sandy 41-14, Quitman lost to Queen City 64-13, and Harmony did in New Diana 58-10, Daingerfield picks up a win over Sabine, Paris stumbles to Pleasant Grove 35-7, Liberty-Eylau put Jefferson in the dog house 49-14, Gilmer tore up Atlanta 73-26, and Lone Oak lost to Commerce 32-6.