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The Sports Report

By Caela

Sport Events in November 2013

NFL: In week 9 there are 12 games the teams on a bye that week are the Arizona Cardinals, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants, and the San Francisco 49ers. Week 10 there are 14 games the teams on bye that week the Cleveland Browns, Kansas City Chiefs, New England Patriots, and the New York Jets. Week 11 there are 15 games the teams on a bye that week are the Dallas Cowboys and the St. Louis Rams. Week 12 there are 14 games the teams on bye that week are the Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, Philadelphia Eagles, and Seattle Seahawks. The Thanksgiving games are between the Green Bay Packers vs. the Detroit Lions, Oakland Raiders vs. Dallas Cowboys, and the Pittsburg Steelers vs. the Baltimore Ravens.

NHL: There will be 229 hockey games in the month of November.

NBA: There will be 217 basketball games in the month of November.

Men’s Tennis: The ATP BNP Paribas Masters is from Oct 28 to Nov 3. The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals is from Nov 4 to Nov 11 this is the final event of the 2013 Tennis season see you next year.

Women’s Tennis: The WTA Qatar Airways Tournament of Champions is from Oct 29 to Nov 3 this is the final event of the 2013 season see you next year.

PGA Tour: To let you all know the PGA Tour seasons will now start in October with Frys.com Open. So the tournaments in the month of November are the WGC-HSBC Champions from Oct 31 to Nov 3. The McGladrey Classic from Nov 7 to 10, the Wendy’s 3-Tour Challenge from Nov 11 to 12, the OHL Classic at Mayakoba from Nov 14 to 17, and the ISPS HANDA World Cup of Golf from Nov 21 to 24.

European Golf Tour: The WGC-HSBC Champions from Oct 31 to Nov 3. The Turkish Airlines Open presented by the Ministry of Tourism from Nov 7 to 10, the DP World Tour Championship Dubai from Nov 14 to 17, and the ISPS HANDA World Cup of Golf from Nov 21 to 24 this is the end of the European Golf Tour, see you next season.

Adrian Peterson’s Son Dies

I know that the title of this paper says that it is about Adrian Peterson’s son. First I want to give you a little background on Adrian Peterson. Adrian Peterson is a running back on the Minnesota Vikings. He was born in Palestine, TX on March 21, 1985. His parents Bonita Brown and Nelson Peterson were both athletes in college. Adrian’s father went to Idaho State, he played as a shooting guard; he wanted to be in the NBA but that dream was crushed when his brother was cleaning a gun and it went off and shoot him in the leg. Adrian’s mother went to the University of Houston and was a long jumper and a sprinter. Adrian’s uncle Ivory Lee Brown is a former NFL running back, so Adrian come from a very athletic background. Adrian started to play sports when he was seven to ease the pain of his brother’s death. His brother who was 9 years old was killed by a drunk driver while riding his bike. Football was Adrian’s escape from the world and the pain of losing his big brother. Adrian went to Palestine High School; he graduated in 2004. He then went to the University of Oklahoma; he was there for three years, then in January of 2007 entered the pre-draft for the NFL. In April of 2007 the Minnesota Vikings drafted him in the first round seventh overall. He has been with the Vikings his whole career. Adrian has two children, a daughter Adeja and a son Adrian Jr., but Adrian Jr. is not the son that died. He also had another son who was two years old. Adrian’s two year old son was admitted into a hospital in Sioux Falls, SD the week of October 7 -11 for severe injuries. On Friday the 11th he died from his injuries. It was reported that the child was assaulted by his mother’s boyfriend. Joseph Robert Patterson who is 27 was arrested, he was charged with aggravated assault and aggravated assault on an infant. This man is now out of prison; he posted his $750,000 bond on October 30th. The pre-trial hearing is set to go underway in January of 2014. I wanted to tell this story because it is really tragic that someone would beat a child so badly that he dies from his injuries. It is sad that anyone would beat a child in the first place. Please pray for the Peterson family. Pray that they will get justice for the death of this child and that they will find peace in the Lord Jesus Christ, this I pray in Jesus name, Amen.

The 2013 World Series

This years’ World Series was between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Boston Red Sox. Here is how both teams made it to the World Series. The St. Louis Cardinals beat the Pittsburg Pirates 3-2 division series; they beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2 in the League Championship Series to make it to the World Series. The Boston Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 in the Division Series; they beat the Detroit Tigers 4-2 in the League Championship Series to face the Cardinals in the World Series. The Boston Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-2 to win their third world series since 2003. It is also the first time since they have won a World Series at their home stadium since 1918. So congrats to the Red Sox for their third title in 10 years, now let’s take a look at all the games played in the World Series.

Game 1: In game one the Red Sox scored 3 runs in the first inning, 2 runs in the second innings, so by the sixth inning the Red Sox were leading the game 5-0. Then the Red Sox scored 2 runs in the seventh inning to make the game 7-0. In the eighth inning the Red Sox scored again just one run this time to make the game 8-0 going to the ninth inning. In the ninth inning the Cardinals were able to score one run but too little too late and they lost the game 8-1. So the series was 1-0 Boston.

Game 2: In game two the first run of the game wasn’t scored till the fourth inning by the Cardinals. In the sixth inning the Red Sox scored two runs to take the lead at 2-1. In the seventh inning the Cardinals scored three runs to win the game 4-2 and even up the series 1-1.

Game 3: In game three the Cardinals scored in the first inning with two runs. Then in the fifth inning the Red Sox scored a run to make the game 2-1 Cardinals. In the sixth inning the Red Sox score another run to tie the game 2-2. In the seventh inning the Cardinals scored two runs to take back the lead at 4-2. In the eighth inning the Red Sox scored two runs to tie the game again this time 4-4. Then in the ninth inning the Cardinals scored a run to win the game 5-4 to take the lead in the series at 2-1.

Game 4: In game four the Cardinals scored first in the third inning. Then in the fifth inning the Red Sox scored a run to tie the game 1-1. In the sixth inning the Red Sox scored three runs to take the lead at 4-1. In the seventh inning the Cardinals scored one run but it was not enough to win the game. The Red Sox won the game 4-2 to tie up the series.

Game 5: In game five the Red Sox scored first in the first inning with one run. In the fourth inning the Cardinals scored one run to tie the game at 1-1. In the seventh inning the Red Sox scored two runs to win the game at 3-1 and take the lead in the series at 3-2.

Game 6: In game six the Red Sox scored first in both the third and fourth innings they scored three runs to lead the game 6-0. In the seventh inning the Cardinals scored one run but that wasn’t enough to beat the Red Sox they lost the game 6-1 and the World Series 4-3.

Congrats to the Red Sox on their third World Series in the last 10 years. Good luck to all the teams next year have a good of season and may the best team win.

Caela’s byline: I am the oldest of six children. I am a Christian. I love watching movies, playing on my computer, and I love watching sports. I want to go to Syracuse University, and eventually become a sports journalist. My favorite sports are hockey, football (soccer), and golf.

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