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Seattle improved to 1-1 in the National Football League with a 27-7 win at home over visiting Dallas.  The Seahawks are home again on Monday night, Sept. 24 to Green Bay.

Seahawks
The Seattle Seahawks (0-1) host the Dallas Cowboys (1-0) in their regular season home opener Sunday, 1:05 p.m., at CenturyLink Field in Seattle.

Seahawks
The Seattle Seahawks opened the 2012 NFL season with a 20-16 loss at Arizona.

Golfing for a Cause:  Sause Bros. sponsors Towboat Invitational for Boys & Girls Club
For the thirteenth consecutive year, Sause Bros. Ocean Towing Company joined fellow marine transportation companies Foss Maritime Company and Harley Marine Services in hosting a golf tournament to benefit the Pancreatic Cancer Care Team and Benaroya Diabetes Center at Virginia Mason and the Boys & Girls Club of Southwestern Oregon. The 13th Annual Towboat Invitational was held on July 30, 2012 at The Golf Club at Newcastle near Bellvue, WA. This year’s event was the most successful to date for the non-profit beneficiaries.  The money raised at this year’s tournament will be used to support research and treatment for the Pancreatic Cancer Care Team and Benaroya Diabetes Center at Virginia Mason and to support programming at the Boys & Girls Club in Coos Bay. Since its inception in 2000, the event has netted over $2 million for these deserving charities.  “Sause Bros. is proud to have established a tradition of giving back to our communities in a real, tangible way,” said Dick Lauer, Manager, Bulk Products at Sause Bros. “We are looking forward to working with Foss & Harley to raise even more money for these important organizations next year.” Mr. Lauer was joined by Jeff Horst of Foss Maritime and Keith Barnes of Harley Marine in presenting the check to the organizations.  The 264 participants at the sold-out event enjoyed a day of competitive golfing, dinner and evening festivities, and a live auction led by Dick Foley of Kingston Trio fame.  To learn more about Boys & Girls Club programs visit the Club’s website at www.great-futures.org or call the Club office (541) 267-3635.

Pacific Coast Amateur Championships
Oregon State rising junior golfer David Fink defeated four other players, including teammate Matt Rawitzer, in a sudden-death playoff to win the prestigious 46th Pacific Coast Amateur Championship at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort on Friday.  The five-person playoff featured Fink, Rawitzer, T.K. Kim, Anton Arboleda and Michael Anderson when they each finished the four-day, 72-hole event with a 7-over 291 at the Bandon Trails and Bandon Dunes courses.  All five golfers pared the first two playoff holes - the par-5, 558-yard 18th hole and par-4, 389-yard 17th hole - before Fink, Anderson and Arboleda birdied the 18th the second time around to advance to the fourth playoff hole. Fink was the only one of the three golfers to birdie the fourth playoff, the 17th, to claim the victory.

Triathlon weekend
Five Coos County residents traveled to Cottage Grove Lake last weekend to compete in an age group triathlon.  Air Temperature was 55.  Robert Lounsbury took 1st in his age group (40-44), 4th overall.  He competed in the Olympic distance triathlon.  Swam 1500 meters (27:38); Bike ride 25 miles (1:05:45), Run 10 K (41:35).  Total time 2:16:37.  Brent Hutton of Bandon finished 3rd in the 40-44 age group. Hutton placed 7th overall.  Swim time 27:31, Bike 1:10:07, Run 37:51, Total time 2:17:45.  Jeff Miller of Bandon placed 7th in his age group of (35-39) & 48th overall.  Swim time 32:05, Bike time 1:17:35, Run time 51:02, Overall time 2:44:23.  Karen Rohlf of Coos Bay competed in the Olympic distance.  She placed 2nd in (woman's 45-49) and 13th overall for women competitors.  Swim time 28:58, Bike time 1:21:44, Run time 1:00:06, Total time of 2:54:04.  Hunter Hutton age 12 of Bandon competing in his 1st triathlon placed 2nd in his age group (up to 19).  Placed 42nd overall in the sprint distance. Total time 1:32:37.  Olympic distance had 37 females & 62 males complete the race.

Blazers
The Portland Trailblazers ended the 2011-12 NBA season with a 96-94 loss to the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City.  It was Portland's seventh straight loss and the worse record (28-38) since the 2005-06 season.

Blazers
Portland was outscored in all four periods as San Antonio handed the visitors a 124-89 NBA loss Monday night to clinch the top spot in the Western Conference from the upcoming playoffs.

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