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Monday’s Sports

Dallas (22-18) 113 – Bulls (26-11) 99

NFL

Saturday

Dallas (12-5) 51 – Eagles (9-8) 26

Sunday

Titans (d12-5) 28 – Texans (4-13) 25

New Orleans (9-8) 30 – Falcons (7-10) 20

Monday

Arizona at Los Angeles 7:15 pm ESPN/ABC

A rivalry full of rich history will be renewed in the wild card round when the Dallas Cowboys host the San Francisco 49ers. Last week’s loss to the Arizona Cardinals knocked the Dallas Cowboys from the two seed all the way to number four with a good chance of hosting the Cardinals yet again. However, the 49ers clinched the sixth seed in a 27-24. The Cowboys and Rams both finished 12-5 and won their respective divisions, but the Cowboys own the tie-breaker with a 10-2 record in conference games giving Dallas the three seed. The Rams finished 8-4 in conference games. The last time these two teams met was in December 2020, when the Cowboys hosted the 49ers and won 41-33.

NBA

Sunday

Nets (25-13) 121 – San Antonio (15-24) 119

Raptors (20-17) 105 – New Orleans (14-26) 101

Timberwolves (20-20) 141 – Houston (11-30) 123

Dallas (22-18) 113 – Bulls (26-11) 99

Monday

San Antonio at New York 6:30 pm

Philadelphia at Houston 7:00 pm

Wednesday

Seattle at Dallas 7:30 pm

NHL

Sunday

Blues (21-10-5) 2 – Dallas (17-13-2) 1

COLLEGE

Baylor trailed TCU by as many as eight points in the first half, and the deficit was six at the break, with the Horned Frogs leading 37-31. However, Baylor defeats TCU 76-64 and improves to 15-0 on the season. The Bears will be back in Waco Tuesday evening when they host No. 25 Texas Tech. Tech upset No. 6 Kansas in Lubbock 75-67 Saturday afternoon.

HIGH SCHOOL

The Jacksonville ID board of trustees could name their new athletic director and head football coach as early as Monday at 6:15 pm. At least it is on the board’s agenda. The new AD will take the place of Wayne Coleman, who announced last November he would retire at the end of the school year.

Sulphur Springs Wildcats’ soccer ended the Forney tournament at 0-2-2.

Friday

Girls

Beckville 40 – Big Sandy 36

Bullard 71 – Kilgore 49

Commerce 47 – Prairiland 32

Cooper 70 – North Hopkins 29

Detroit 46 – Rivercrest 44

Gilmer 51 – Paris 48

Gladewater 68 – Springs Hill 41

Hawkins 70 – Overton 11

Marshall 52 – Longview 35

McLeod 80 – Harts Bluff 14

Mt Vernon 55 – Harmony 22

North Lamar 63 – Liberty Eylau 51

Sabine 31 – New Diana 29

Pittsburg 76 – Pleasant Grove 47

Union Grove 45 – Carlisle 14

White Oak 44 – Ore City 31

Boys

Avinger 97 0 Bloomburg 16

Bullard 71 – Kilgore 49

Commerce 78 – Prairiland 68

Gladewater 81 – Hughes Springs 39

Hallsville 74 – Pine Tree 53

Harleton 44 – Elysian Fields 42

Marshall 53 – Longview 50

McLeod 54 – Harts Bluff 47

New Diana 50 – Sabine 38

Sulphur Springs – Bye

Tatum 103 – Jefferson 42

Texas High 44 – Mt Pleasant 39

Waskom 52 – Arp 46

White Oak 70 – Ore City 47