Scoresheet: Seattle Seahawks beat Denver Broncos, give Russell Wilson rude welcome – Portland Tribune





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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14

NASCAR — The next NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Portland International Raceway, the Pacific Office Automation 147, will be June 2-3, 2023.
The stock car racing series made its debut at PIR this year. It was the first NASCAR event in the Pacific Northwest since 2000.
A.J Allmendinger won the race at PIR.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 13

Padres 2, Mariners 0 Seattle (79-62) could only muster up three hits against Yu Darvish and San Diego (78-64) at home Tuesday. A Wil Myers double and a Juan Soto RBI ground out brought home the two runs for the Padres, one off of Mariners starter Logan Gilbert in the fourth and the other Paul Sewald in the eighth.
Seattle is now tied with Tampa Bay (79-62) for the second wild card spot and a game back of Toronto (80-62) for the top wild card spot. Baltimore (74-67) is the closest on the outside, sitting five games back.
PSU basketball Portland State men’s basketball has added a late grant-in-aid signee in Isaiah Johnson, who transfers from Oregon State. Johnson is a 6-foot-6 forward who has played in 32 games for the Beavers during his two seasons in Corvallis.

MONDAY, SEPT. 12

Seahawks 17, Broncos 16 — Seattle's defense was dominant in the red zone against former Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seahawks opened the season with an emotional win at raucous Lumen Field.
Broncos kicker Brandon McManus was just wide on a 64-yard field goal attempt with 15 seconds left as Wilson couldn't (or wasn't allowed to?) produce a dramatic last-minute victory in his Denver debut.
New Seattle quarterback Geno Smith played as flawless first half, completing 17 of 18 passes including touchdowns to tight ends Will Dissly (37 yards) and Colby Parkinson (25 yards) as the Seahawks led 17-13 at halftime. Smith finished the night 23 for 28 for 195 yards.
Seattle had only three possessions in the second half and only 47 net yards before two kneel-down plays with the win secure.


But the Seahawks' defense forced fumbles on two Denver plays from the 1-yard line to snuff third-quarter Broncos drives, then denied Wilson — who was booed constantly — a chance to pull off a winning march at the end of the game.
The Hawks defense was aided by the Seattle crowd which made it hard for Wilson to communicate, change plays or even get plays off in a comfortable rhythm.
Wilson finished 29 for 42 for 340 yards as the Broncos out-gained the Seahawks 433-253.
But Wilson netted only two rushing yards and leaves Seattle a loser in his Denver debut. The decision at the end of the game to attempt a 64-yard field goal instead of going for it on fourth-and 5 from the Seattle 45 is sure to be questioned in Denver. The Broncos had all three timeouts, but took the ball out of Wilson's hands.
The Seahawks, the only NFC West team to win its opener, visit San Francisco on Sunday, Sept. 18.
Pro baseball — The Mariners play San Diego on Tuesday-Wednesday, Sept. 13-14, and then take their playoff push to their final road swing through Sept. 25, facing three clubs outside the playoff chase in the Angels (Sept. 16-18), A's (Sept. 20-22) and Royals (Sept. 23-25).


Then, it's three home series, through Oct. 5, to conclude the regular season.
Winterhawks — Portland plays its final three preseason games, facing Spokane on Thursday, Sept. 15 at Eastern Washington University in Cheney and on Friday, Sept. 16 against Spokane in Kennewick, Washington and on Saturday, Sept. 17 at Tri-City.
The regular-season opener is Sept. 23 at Kelowna.
College soccer — The University of Portland soccer teams have started the season well.
West Linn's Jacob Babalai scored his second goal of the season and added an assist Sept. 10 as the Portland men scored a big 2-0 home win over 15th-ranked UCLA, improving to three wins and two draws in 2022. The Pilot men travel to Denver on Friday, Sept. 16 before starting a four-game home stretch on Monday, Sept. 19 against West Virginia.
The Portland women take an unbeaten record into a Friday, Sept. 16 home game against Oregon at 7 p.m.


The Oregon State men host Seattle U at 6 p.m. Sept. 15 and visit Denver on Sept. 20 ahead of a Sept. 29 Pac-12 opener at UCLA.
College volleyball — The cross-city rivalry takes place Thursday, Sept. 15 when Portland State visits the University of Portland. It's part of the Portland North Mariott Invitational which runs through Sept. 17 at Chiles Center and also includes Seattle U. … Before Oregon visits Oregon State on Sept. 21 to open Pac-12 competition, the Ducks travel to Miami to take on South Carolina and the host Miami on Sept. 17-18. The Beavers are in New Orleans Sept. 16-17 top face LSU and Tulane.
Bill Tuiloma — Portland Timbers defender Bill Tuiloma was called up by the New Zealand Men's National Team to play two international friendly matches. Tuiloma is set to join New Zealand on Sept. 19. Tuiloma and New Zealand will face Australia twice during the FIFA window. The first match will take place on Thursday, Sept. 22 at 3 a.m. PT at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia. Three days later, the All Whites will travel home to host the Socceroos on Saturday, Sept. 24 at 8 p.m. PT at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand. Tuiloma, 27, has made 34 appearances for New Zealand, scoring four goals in the past two years (2021-2022). The Kiwi defender has been a part of New Zealand's U-17, U-20 and U-23 teams before making his senior debut on Oct. 15, 2013, at the age of 18.
Ivacic honored — Portland Timbers goalkeeper Aljaz Ivacic was named to the MLS Team of the Week for week 30. The goalkeeper recorded his sixth shutout of the 2022 campaign on Saturday night to help Portland to a 1-0 victory against Minnesota United FC on Sept. 10.
Kitan Oladapo — Oregon State defensive back Kitan Oladapo has been named the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week.
Oladapo posted a career-high 15 tackles, including a sack and 1.5 tackles for loss, as the Beavers came-from-behind in the fourth quarter Saturday for a 35-32 win over Fresno State.

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