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Paris, Mt Vernon Eliminated Plus Cowboys Shock Saints In Today’s Sports

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The magical season for the Paris Wildcats comes to an end Thursday night as they lose in the Regional Semifinal to Waco La Vega 38–20. Senior quarterback Kobe Savage opened up the scoring with a 75-yard touchdown run with 7:55 to play in the first quarter. Paris wouldn’t score again, though, until the 11:37 mark of the fourth quarter, when they were trailing 24–7. Savage led the team with 83 rushing yards. He also finished the game with 78. Yards passing, including a 53-yard touchdown pass to Dorian Williams. Paris finishes the season with a 9–3 record, while La Vega will move on to face the winner of Celina and Argyle tonight.

Mt Vernon Tigers fell to Atlanta 38-14.

In tonight’s action, Pittsburg will take on Lorena at 7:30 at Royse City on STAR 96.9, Daingerfield will travel to Henderson to play Corrigan-Camden at 7:30 pm on KLAKE 97.7, and Gilmer faces Pleasant Grove at 7:30 pm at Allen Eagle Stadium.

The Dallas Cowboys stunned everyone except themselves last night as they stopped the High powered Saints offense and snapped New Orleans ten-game winning streak. Dallas took a 10–0 lead at the half and held on for a 13–10 win. The Cowboys held the Saints powerful offense to just 176 total yards. Dallas has now won four games in a row and they have a ten-day break before playing Philadelphia on Dec. 9.

There are a bunch of conference championships on the line in college football tomorrow which includes ‘The Big 12’ title game with No. 14 Texas vs. No. 5 Oklahoma at 11:00 am on ABC. It is the 114th meeting of the Red River Showdown, the first rematch since 1903 and only the third ever. The SEC Championship will feature a rematch of last year’s National Championship game No. 1 Alabama and No. 4 Georgia at 3:00 pm on CBS. The ACC Championship will have No. 2 Clemson taking on Pitt at 7:00 pm on ABC. And, ‘The Big 10’ title game will pit No. 6 Ohio State against No. 21 Northwestern at 7:00 pm on FOX.