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SPORTS Wednesday, December 13, 2023


Boys Hockey

Owatonna 6 Red Wing 1

Girls Basketball

Owatonna 60 Red Wing 50

PEM 72 Altura 28

Chatfield 68 Wabasha-Kellogg 39

Hastings 63 Ellsworth 53

Boys Basketball

PEM 45 Lewiston-Altura 41

Wabasha-Kellogg 59 Chatfield 55

Baldwin-Woodville 46 Ellsworth 41

Altoona 69 Prescott 65

The Vikings are making a change at quarterback for their upcoming game against the Bengals. Minnesota head coach Kevin O'Connell has named Nick Mullens the team's starter for Saturday's matchup in Cincinnati. Mullens will become the fourth different starter for the team. Usual starter Kirk Cousins suffered a season-ending injury in Week Eight, and Mullens was on injured reserve due to a back injury when Cousins went down, paving the way for rookie Jaren Hall and veteran Joshua Dobbs to start. Mullens has thrown for over 51-hundred yards, 27 touchdowns and 23 interceptions over his six-year career.

The Timberwolves are gearing up for their game against the Dallas Mavericks at American Airlines Center tomorrow night. The Wolves had their six-game winning streak snapped with a 121-107 loss to the Pelicans on Monday. Minnesota still has a two-game lead on top of the Western Conference with a 17-and-5 record.

The Wild will spend the next few days getting ready for their game against the Calgary Flames at the Xcel Energy Center tomorrow night. The Wild spent their last four games on the road, where they took down the Flames 5-2. Minnesota's most recent game was a 3-0 win against the Seattle Kraken. The Wild remain in seventh place in the Central Division with 24 points and a 10-12-and-4 record.

The Packers head coach says his team learned a "valuable lesson" following a 24-22, Monday Night Football loss to the Giants. Matt LaFleur told the media, "if you don't play your best... you won't win the game." New York executed a game-winning drive with about 90 seconds left to stun the Packers. Green Bay sits in the last Wild Card spot in the NFC with a 6-and-7 record. The Packers are third in the NFC North and will host the Buccaneers on Sunday.

The Bucks hope to get revenge against the Pacers tonight in Milwaukee. The teams square off against each other for the first time since Indy knocked off Milwaukee in the IST Semifinals last week. The Bucks are coming off an overtime win against the Bulls where Giannis Antetokounmpo led the team with 32 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for a double-double. The Bucks are first in the Central Division at 16-and-7.

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