Here is the latest Washington, Oregon and Alaska sports news from The Associated Press


GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Aaron Rodgers passed for 246 yards and three touchdowns and the Green Bay Packers routed the Seattle Seahawks 38-10 on Sunday. Seattle’s Russell Wilson threw a career-high five interceptions and the Packers (7-6) won their third straight game to keep their playoff hopes alive. They’re two games back of first-place Detroit in the NFC North, but play division opponents in the last three weeks of the season.

SEATTLE (AP) — Marcus Marshall hit an off-balance 15-footer with less than a second remaining to give Nevada an 87-85 victory over Washington on Sunday night. Marshall was unable to shake the defense of Washington’s Matisse Thybulle, but was able to get the off-balanced attempt off and slide it over the rim with 0.2 seconds remaining, giving the Wolf Pack their second win this season over a Pac-12 school.

SEATTLE (AP) — Kelsey Plum matched her season-high with 44 points and became the Pac-12’s career scoring leader in No. 11 Washington’s 92-66 win over Boise State on Sunday. Plum entered the day needing 23 points to surpass the mark of Stanford’s Chiney Ogwumike, who finished her career with 2,737 points.

SEATTLE (AP) — The MLS Cup champion Seattle Sounders arrived home to a big crowd of fans in “rave green” following their dramatic victory over Toronto FC on penalty kicks. Hundreds of fans chanted and sang while they awaited the team to emerge from King County Airport after their plane landed Sunday afternoon. Defender Roman Torres, who scored the winning penalty kick, high-fived fans, who chanted “MVP! MVP!” as goalkeeper Stefan Frei hoisted the trophy high.


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