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Wilson’s late heroics lift Seahawks over Packers

After a shaky beginning, Russell Wilson got hot in the fourth quarter, Bobby Wagner and Seattle’s defense stymied Aaron Rodgers and the Seahawks stayed in the middle of the NFC playoff race. “We’ve been through so much throughout this season it was time to get over the hump,” Wagner said. “We’ve been down, we’ve been up, we’ve lost close games, we’ve won close games. It was time.” Wilson threw for 225 yards and his 15-yard touchdown pass to Ed Dickson with 5:08 left was the difference in the Seahawks’ 27-24 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night. In

Red Sox’s Mookie Betts caps off winning year with MVP award

Mookie Betts is ready to become an ambassador for baseball, now that he’s won a batting title, World Series and Most Valuable Player award with Boston. “I enjoy being kind of a face around the game. I’ve kind of used this pedestal or whatever you want to say to spread knowledge that the game is fun,” he said Thursday after his runaway victory for the AL MVP award. Milwaukee’s Christian Yelich was close to a unanimous pick for the NL honour. A 26-year-old outfielder just like Betts, Yelich also won a batting championship and led his team to a division

Matt Wallace FINED £3,000 for slow play despite back-to-back Dubai birdies

This season’s triple Tour winning Wallace was adjudged to have taken too long to putt out for par on the ninth hole and this after bizarrely being timed in birdying both the seventh and eighth holes on the Earth Course. The Tour’s Chief Referee, Andy McFee, was waiting for Wallace as he headed to the scorer’s hut having ended his round by also birding four of his closing five holes. His round of 68 saw him share fifth place in the closing Rolex Series event. Wallace had been advised by McFee he was ‘on the clock’ during the time he

Federer beats Anderson & reaches ATP Finals semi-finals in London

Federer first lifted the season-ending title in 2003 but the last of his six wins was in 2011 Six-time champion Roger Federer beat Kevin Anderson 6-4 6-3 to secure his place in the semi-finals of the ATP Finals for the 15th time. Federer’s victory means he tops his group to boost his chances of avoiding world number one Novak Djokovic in the last four in London. The Swiss, 37, looked out of sorts when he lost his first match on Sunday but bounced back with two successive wins. South African Anderson had already won two matches to reach the semi-finals.

Tatiana Calderon gets second F1 test outing with Sauber at Fiorano

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Thiem wins to boost Federer’s hopes of making semi-finals

Watch: Dominic Thiem’s dominant display over Kei Nishikori Austria’s Dominic Thiem maintained his hopes of reaching the ATP Finals last four with a straight-set win over Japan’s Kei Nishikori in London. The world number eight, who lost to Kevin Anderson and Roger Federer in straight sets in his previous group matches, won 6-1 6-4. It means Federer will advance to the semi-finals if he wins a set against Anderson at 20:00 GMT on Thursday. But if Anderson wins in two sets Thiem could progress with the South African. You can follow the decisive match between 20-time Grand Slam champion Federer

Red Bull’s Dan Ticktum looking for ways to add F1 superlicence points

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ATP Cup: Team tournament confirmed for January 2020

World number one Novak Djokovic has backed the ATP Cup plans The ATP and Tennis Australia have confirmed they will stage a new ATP Cup team event as a curtain-raiser to the 2020 men’s season. It comes months after the International Tennis Federation (ITF) voted on a revamped and rival Davis Cup tournament from 2019, taking place in November. In May, ATP executive chairman Chris Kermode said staging both tournaments within six weeks would be “insane”. The ATP Cup will have £11.35m in prize money on offer. It will feature 24 nations in six groups of four and ranking points

Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes F1 engine was damaged in Brazilian GP

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Sunday Sports: The Watertown City Golf Championship Tees Off

Opening round action of the 2018 Watertown Men’s City Golf Championship kicked off Sunday at the Watertown Golf Club. With 32 golfers in search of the title in the championship flite, the first match of the day an intriguing match-up, with defending champ and 6 time winner, John Bufalini, squaring off against another former City Champion, Brian Phillips.

“You know, you can draw on experience. Been here before, I’ve won 6 titles so I’m gonna draw on that experience and hopefully that carries me far this week,” stated Bufalini.  

Second seed Bob Hughes met 31st seed Justin Taylor. Hughes beats Taylor 5 and 4. Third seed Dan Leek battled another former City Champ, 30th seed Joe TufoTufo goes on to upset Leek 2 and 1. Fourth seed Jeff Fallon took on 29th seed Jason Sweeney. Sweeney upsets Fallon 2 and 1.

The Watertown Rapids were looking to stop their 6 game slide Sunday afternoon at the Alex Duffy Fairgrounds as they hosted the Newark Pilots in Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League action.This game, a pitchers duel early on. Top of the first, Watertown Starter, Jack Buckley got the Pilots’ Griffin Robinson looking. Bottom of the first, Newark Starter, Matthew Semon got the Rapids’ Nolan Wilson looking as well.

The Rapids got on the board in the bottom of the 2nd, with 2 out, Alex Mumme got all of a Semon pitch and put it over the wall in left field for a solo home run. Score:1-0 Watertown.

At the bottom of the 5th, the Rapids added to their lead. Michael Russell hit a chopper to short, Julian Kurrich scored. 2-0 Watertown. Still in the 5th, it was Kenny Bergmann going the other way for a base hit, William Hurtin scored: 3-0 Rapids. The Rapids snap their 6 game losing streak, beating Newark 12-6.

The first weekend of the 1812 Shootout wrapped up Sunday on the fields at Madison Barracks in Sackets Harbor with the boys’ 1st and 2nd grade and 3rd and 4th grade along with the boys’ junior varsity teams competing. 70 teams in all took to the field today. The tourney resumes on Saturday with 90 teams in girls’ 3rd and 4th, 5th and 6th, 7th and 8th and junior varsity divisions on the field. The tourney rounds out next Sunday with 40 boys’ and girls’ varsity squads doing battle.

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