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THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. -- Tom Pernice Jr. won the first playoff event in PGA Tour Champions history, beating Colin Montgomerie by a stroke Sunday at Sherwood in the PowerShares QQQ Championship.The 57-year-old Tom Pernice Jr. closed with a 2-under 70 in breezy and rainy conditions, breaking a tie for the lead with Montgomerie with an 8-foot birdie putt on the par-4 14th and adding a 15-footer on the par-3 15th.I hit two beautiful irons, Pernice said. I hit a beautiful 7-iron on 15 and it just worked out perfect. And then I couldnt have drawn it up any better, I just cut a 6-iron back against the wind beautifully on 15 and man, it turned out beautiful.Pernice bogeyed the par-3 17th and two-putted for par from 15 feet on the par-4 18th.I kind of got a little careless there at 17, Pernice said. Made it a little interesting.The former UCLA player overcame a bogey-double bogey start Friday to win for the fifth time on the 50-and-over tour, ending a drought that stretched to the 2014 Charles Schwab Cup Championship. The two-time PGA Tour winner had a 13-under 203 total. He had a 69 on Friday, and shot 64 on Saturday for a share of the lead with Brandt Jobe.To be able to come back and shoot 13 to win was very special, Pernice said.Montgomerie parred the final five holes for a 70. The 53-year-old Scot won a month ago in British Columbia for his fourth tour title.Especially the start it got very breezy, Montgomerie said. First nine was very, very difficult. Just miserable.Pernice had a different take on the conditions.Whenever you get a little moisture in southern California, youd better take it, he said.Scott Dunlap was third at 10 under after a 67.The top 72 on the money list earned spots at Sherwood, and the top 54 advanced to the Dominion Charity Classic next week in Richmond, Virginia. The field will be cut to 36 for the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship in Scottsdale, Arizona.Each dollar earned in the first two events is worth two points. At the Charles Schwab Championship, points will be reset so that the top five only have to win to capture the Charles Schwab Cup.Pernice earned $305,000 -- and 610 points -- to jump from 32nd to ninth in the standings.Its been a little bit of an up and down year, but I just kept telling myself, `Keep working hard and keep plugging away. Pernice said Its not always how you start but if you finish well you can have a great year.Lee Janzen got the final spot in Richmond, edging Brad Bryant by 331 points. Janzen tied for 25th at 2 under, and shot a 66 to tie for 45th at 3 over.Charles Schwab Cup leader Bernhard Langer withdrew before the start Friday because of a left knee injury. The 59-year-old German star also leads with four victories and has wrapped up the season money title with $2,697,459.Montgomerie moved into second place in the standings.Jobe tied for 10th at 6 under after a 77.Fred Couples had a 77 to tie for 37th at 1 over in his first tournament in eight months. The 57-year-old Couples was sidelined by a chronic back injury. He opened with rounds of 68 and 72.Adidas Shoes Nz Sale . Coach Mike Munchak says Fokou stretched ligaments in his left knee Oct. 13 against Seattle, which could keep out up to five weeks even though the linebacker didnt need surgery. Adidas Shoes Discount Nz . -- The proud fathers huddled near the Dallas Stars dressing room, smiling, laughing and telling stories while wearing replica green sweaters of their sons team. http://www.adidasshoesdiscountnz.com/ .Y. -- Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone has drawn on his Syracuse connections once again by hiring Rob Moore to take over as receivers coach. Cheap Adidas Shoes Nz . Toronto has dropped games to Indiana and Miami since a five-game winning streak and closed out a three-game road trip at 1-2. Adidas Nz Sale . -- Whether Jeremy Hill deserves a prominent role in LSUs offence this early in the season is a matter for debate.OLYMPICSRIO DE JANEIRO -- Ryan Lochte and three other American swimmers were robbed at gunpoint early Sunday by thieves posing as police officers who stopped their taxi and took their money and belongings.In the latest security incident to hit the Rio de Janeiro Games, Lochte told NBC that one of the robbers put a gun to his forehead before taking his wallet. No one was injured.Lochte and his teammates were returning to the athletes village by taxi after a night out at the French Olympic teams hospitality house in the Rodrigo de Freitas area in the upscale south zone of the city. The outing was several hours after Olympic swimming ended Saturday night at the Rio Games.Traveling with Lochte were Gunnar Bentz, Jack Conger and Jimmy Feigen. Lochte swam in two events at the Rio Games, winning gold in the 4x200-meter freestyle relay. He is a 12-time Olympic medalist.RIO DE JANEIRO -- Goodbye green. Its back to clear water in the pool at the Maria Lenk Aquatics Center, allowing synchronized swimmers to see underwater on the first day of Olympic competition.Officials completed pumping nearly 1 million gallons of clean water into the pool used for synchro with little time to spare before Sundays free routine preliminary began. They had raced to drain green-tinged water out of the pool overnight at a venue that has embarrassed local organizers.The massive undertaking was necessary to ensure clear water for both judges and competitors, who spend much of their time underwater during synchronized swimming.The water problems had limited the swimmers to just one practice session in the pool when the water was unusually cold.RIO DE JANEIRO -- Crucial payments to fund the travel of Paralympic teams to Brazil have not been transferred, threatening the participation of some nations, the chief executive of the Paralympic movement said.The International Paralympic Committee said the payments, which are vital for funding travel and logistics, must be sent to its members next week. The IPC is expecting around 160 countries to participate in the Paralympics but fears withdrawals if the cash isnt received.The late payments are one of the problems threatening the successful delivery of the Sept. 7-18 Paralympics by the financially-challenged Rio organizers, with sluggish ticket sales also troubling the IPC.PRO FOOTBALLORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Ralph Wilson Stadium is entering a New Era.The Buffalo Bills announced on their Twitter account they reached an agreement to sell the naming rights of their home stadium to Buffalo-based New Era Cap Company.The team did not provide any further details except to say a news conference will be held next week.Two people with direct knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press the deal will run over the remainder of the teams seven-year lease. New Era also has the right of first refusal to continue the agreement once the current lease expires in 2022, and also iff the Bills elect to build a new facility.ddddddddddddThe people spoke on the condition of anonymity because the team and New Era have not disclosed that information.The people said the agreement was reached about 10 days ago, and after the Bills made a formal presentation to New Era company officials -- including company president and CEO Christopher Koch -- about six weeks ago.SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- Carolina Panthers special teams coordinator Bruce DeHaven has decided to step down from his position and move into an advisory role with the team while continuing his battle with prostate cancer.The team announced that Thomas McGaughey has been promoted to special teams coordinator and Chase Blackburn to special teams assistant.DeHaven will return to Buffalo, New York, to receive cancer treatments with the hopes of returning to the team as an adviser in mid-September.The 67-year-old DeHaven was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2015 before his 29th season as an NFL assistant coach. He previously took a leave of absence in May of 2015, but returned for Carolinas NFC championship season.Coach Ron Rivera said DeHaven approached him about the decision to leave as coordinator after Thursday nights preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens.BASEBALLMIAMI -- Alex Rodriguez may soon get a call from his hometown team.The Miami Marlins are in the market for a power hitter to replace injured slugger Giancarlo Stanton, and theyre discussing whether to reach out to Rodriguez, president of baseball operations Michael Hill.Stanton strained his groin Saturday and is expected to be sidelined at least six weeks, meaning its likely hell miss the rest of the regular season. Rodriguez, who grew up in South Florida and still lives here, played his final game for the New York Yankees on Friday.Hill said the Marlins will look at everything but dont know how eager Rodriguez might be to continue playing.The 41-year-old Rodriguez was unconditionally released Saturday by Yankees and was batting .200.WASHINGTON -- The Washington Nationals released former closer Jonathan Papelbon.The move came when the Nationals needed a roster spot to recall right-hander Reynaldo Lopez to start against the Atlanta Braves.A little over a year after the Nationals acquired him from the Philadelphia Phillies to replace Drew Storen as their closer, Papelbon became a free agent. He can sign with any team.The six-time All-Star had a tumultuous tenure in Washington that included him grabbing National League MVP Bryce Harper by the throat during a dugout altercation in September. This season, he converted 19 of 22 save opportunities but struggled in July and has a 4.37 ERA.The 35-year-old right-hander allowed eight runs on seven hits in three outings before the Nationals traded for new closer Mark Melancon. ' ' '

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