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Seattle Knocks 49ers From Undefeated Ranks And High School Football In Today’s Sports Update

It was an epic Monday night football game between Seattle and San Francisco. The 49ers tied the game at 24 with six seconds left to send it to overtime. Then, a 42-yard field goal from Seahawk Jason Myers and SF suffered its first loss of the year, 27-24.

The College Football Playoff Poll will be released tonight, and a shakeup is expected after both Alabama and Pen State lost.

This Week’s Playoff Football Schedule

Pittsburg vs. Sunnyvale Thursday 7:00 pm at Emory Rains on STAR Country 96.9, Hughes Springs vs. Gladewater at Pine Tree Friday 7:30 pm on STAR Country 96.9, Daingerfield vs. Anderson Shiro Friday at 7:30 pm at Kaufman on KLAKE 97.7, Paris vs. Alvarado 7:30 pm Friday Ron Poe Stadium McKinney on 101.9 KBUS, Honey Grove vs. Trenton Friday in Denison at 7:00 pm on MIX 107..7, Paul Pewitt vs. Corrigan-Camden Friday 7:30 pm at Corrigan-Camden, Winnsboro vs. Hooks Friday at 7:30 pm at Pittsburg, and Mt Vernon vs. Sabine Saturday at 1:00 pm at Sulphur Springs on KLAKE 97.7.

In the AP College Basketball Poll, Kentucky is No. 1, Duke is 2nd, Michigan State is 3rd, Louisville is 4th, Kansas is 5th, North Carolina is No. 6, Maryland No. 7, Gonzaga is 8th, Virginia is No. 9 and Villanova is No. 10.

Houston Astros slugger Yordan Alvarez capped a meteoric rise by becoming the franchise’s third Rookie of the Year winner and second since the club moved to the American League. Alvarez was a unanimous selection of the award’s 30 voters. Baltimore Orioles pitcher John Means finished second, with Ray’s second baseman Brandon Lowe third.

Pete Alonso began the 2019 season fighting just to make the New York Mets’ Opening Day roster. He ends it as the National League Rookie of the Year after slugging a rookie record 53 home runs, driving in 120 runs and becoming a cult hero for Mets fans for his energy and enthusiasm and one memorable bare-chested postgame interview. Alonso was a near-unanimous selection of the award’s 30 voters, getting 29 first-place votes. The Braves’ starter, Mike Soroka, received the other first-place vote and finished second.