HACKENSACK — Two couples residing on Man Lake east of Hackensack will open their gardens to the public for a free art and craft fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
To reach the fair from Hackensack, take Cass County Road 5 east from Highway 371 8.2 miles or from Longville, take County Road 5 9.3 miles to 14th Avenue, then follow the signs to 4405 Buxton Road NW and 1306 44th St. NW.
At the Dietrich home, Linnea and Gary Dietrich will offer personal pan pizza and organic bread from their new wood-fired oven.
SAN ANTONIO — Tony Parker scored 20 points to lead the San Antonio in a 106-88 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday night, extending the Spurs' home winning streak to 12 games.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The Houston Texans vowed this game would be different than their embarrassing, 28-point loss to the Patriots in the regular season.
Only the margin of victory changed.
ATLANTA — Russell Wilson did everything he could to deliver the Seattle Seahawks another comeback win in the playoffs.
Wilson led the Seahawks to three fourth-quarter touchdowns only to see Atlanta's Matt Bryant
Century led 25-20 at
Nicole Morgan 21, Alyssa Luebbe 2, Abby Chappuis 10, Ellyn Luebbe 5, Sarah Manderfeld 7.
Jessie Foster 7, Dani Wagner 22, Jo Bungum 9,
Riley Bollum 21, Dillon Huemann 5, Tyler Schumacher 11, Tyson Dicke 9, Zach Hinsch 21, Austin Buck 3, Andy Johnson 3.
Other stats: Johnson 9 rebounds.
SAN FRANCISCO — Maybe Saturday night was the game-changer. One 6-foot-4, 230-pound quarterback was a game-long nail in the Green Bay Packers’ coffin.
Quarterbacks who can run are nothing new. They’ve been drafted