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Gorzinski repeats as AP 8-player football player of year

By Lee Thompson The Bay City Times Powers North Central quarterback Luke Gorzinski is The Asociated Press Player of the Year for eight-player football in Michigan. He headlines the All-State team selected by a panel of sports writers from across the state. Gorzinski helped power North ...

Braves’ bowlers lose

CALUMET — The Gladstone bowlers opened their season by dropping a 37-3 decision to Marquette here Saturday. Matt Meyer, the Braves’ lone returner, rolled a 460 series. The Braves’ X-team also lost to Marquette 25 1/2-14 1/2. Gladstone’s Jayden Hoholik hit a personal-best 142 game.

Lions offense, defense dominant against Jaguars

DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Lions were so dominant on offense that they didn't punt. Detroit's defense was pretty good, too. Jamaal Williams ran for his 14th touchdown early in the first quarter to help the Lions get off to a strong start and they did not slow down in a 40-14 rout of the ...

History repeats itself in Packers win over Bears

CHICAGO (AP) — Aaron Rodgers figured the Green Bay Packers were in a good spot and would find a way to pull out the win. Given his history against the Chicago Bears, it wasn't exactly a big leap of faith. Rodgers led three fourth-quarter scoring drives, receiver Christian Watson took an ...

Ja Morant has 21-point 3rd quarter, Grizzlies beat Pistons

DETROIT (AP) — Ja Morant scored 21 of his 33 points in the third quarter and the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Detroit Pistons 122-112 on Sunday night. "He's a special player and he has a special impact on us winning games," Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins said. "Obviously, he scored 33 points, ...

Power-play goals lift Red Wings over Blue Jackets, 4-2

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Dominik Kubalik and Lucas Raymond scored power-play goals and the Detroit Red Wings beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-2 on Sunday night to end a three-game losing streak. Austin Czarnik and Andrew Copp also scored, Filip Hronek, David Perron and Olli Maatta each had two ...