Punt, Pass and Kick coming soon

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDSeptember 24, 2013 

The local Punt, Pass and Kick competition, which is sponsored by the National Football League, will be at 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29, at Squalicum High School.

Punt, Pass and Kick is a competition that allows kids to show off their skills in punting, passing and kicking with scores based on distance and accuracy. The top finisher from each of the 10 age groups at the local competition can advance to the sectional competition in Seattle.

To sign up, go to nflppk.com or visit the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/BellinghamNFLPuntPassAndKick for more information.

For more information on volunteering for the event or becoming a sponsor, contact Jim Boyle at 360-920-6302 or Boyle21@msn.com.

OSWALD TOURNAMENT TO HONOR FALLEN SEAL

The Commander Pete Oswald Memorial Golf Tournament will take place with a 1 p.m. shotgun start Friday, Sept. 27, at Shuksan Gold Club, 1500 Axton Road, Bellingham.

Register by visiting oswaldtournament.com, or email oswaldgolf@gmail.com. Room is available for individual golfers or foursomes or to attend the dinner and auction.

The tournament is an annual Birdies for the Brave charity event held to provide a day of camaraderie and philanthropy that honors the memory of Commander Pete Oswald, a fallen Navy SEAL.

Proceeds from the charity tournament will benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation and Whatcom Community Foundation's Bellingham Dollars for Scholars program.

The Navy SEAL Foundation provides critical and ongoing support to the Naval Special Warfare community and their families. Oswald's family holds personal ties to the Foundation, which offered assistance to Oswald's wife and three girls to help them through their loss. Whatcom Community Foundation's Bellingham Dollars for Scholars program is a scholarship program for local high school students.

FORMER WWU GOLFERS SECOND AT TOURNAMENT

PGA professional golfer Matt Cowell of Lake Padden Golf Course and amateur Dylan Goodwin of Harbour Pointe Golf Course in Mukilteo - both former golfers for Western Washington University - finished second at the Pacific Northwest Pro-Amateur Championship at the Salish Cliffs Golf Club near Shelton.

The Cowell-Goodwin team shot a 63-66-129 over the two-day event, three strokes off the winning score.

The team of Semihamoo pro Jeff Coston and amateur Erik Hanson finished tied for fourth with a 65-65-130.

WFC RANGERS PITCHING IN AGAINST CANCER

During October's Cancer Awareness Month, the WFC Rangers will be wearing pink training T-shirts, which were donated at cost by Soccer City, to raise money and awareness.

All proceeds will go to the Peace Health Cancer Center in Bellingham.

The teams will wear the shirts during October for training, warmups and sometimes games.

LPMC 2-Man Scramble

Sept. 21

Division I

1st gross: Denny Evans/Charlie Myers, 67

1st Net: Mark Smith/Joel Wark, 59

2nd gross: Paul Berube/Pete Papadopolus, 68

2nd net: Steve Swank/ Steve Eggert, 62

Division II

1st gross: Cam Frick/Tim Frick, 71

1st Net: Bob Warner/Fritz Willits, 58

2nd gross: Tie: Ken Gunning/ Mike Hatfield, 72; Terry Moore/Mike Anderson, 72

2nd net: Greg Bring/Rod Bring, 60

Division III

1st gross: P. Christopher/W. Livingston, 69

1st net: Mark Olsen/John Mathes, 54

2nd gross: Stewart Laing/Bill Luchinski, 72

2nd net: Ken Cox/Greg Johnson, 58

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