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MARNE, Mich. -- Dalton Sargeant won at Berlin Raceway on Saturday night for his first ARCA Racing Series victory, taking advantage of late contact between leader Josh Williams and Chase Briscoe.The 18-year-old Sargeant easily held off Briscoe -- his car damaged on the left front after the run-in with Williams -- to end the Indiana drivers winning streak at four races.This is amazing, said Sargeant, from Boca Raton, Florida. I cant thank my guys enough at Venturini Motorsports. They killed it tonight.Driving the No. 55 Toyota Racing Development Toyota, Sargeant pulled away on the final restart in the 200-lap race on the 0.48-mile paved oval.We were strong on that final restart and showed how good our Venturini Motorsports car was, said Sargeant, from Boca Raton, Florida. I just had to pace myself, be smart with my tires and expect that the race would turn out like it did. Hats off to this team. Weve been so close so many times. It feels so good to come out and finally get the win.The 21-year-old Briscoe was coming consecutive victories at Winchester, Iowa, Clermont and Pocono.The points leader was racing Williams for the lead when they made contact going through the first two turns on Lap 181 and ended up in the outside grass on the backstretch, with Williams car tangled up in foam and tire barriers.Got into his (Williams) door and passed him, but I gave it back to him, Briscoe said. Got into him again and gave the spot right back. At the end there, I was completely under him. Once I passed him, I knew I was going to get hit down in (Turns) 1 and 2. Then coming off 2, I felt like he ran me out off the track. Its unfortunate. You have two guys going for the championship that have two wrecked cars now.Williams ended up 10th, 19 laps down.He (Briscoe) didnt want us to win, Williams said. They can build new race cars every week; we cant. Well be at the dirt track (Springfield) though in a steel-bodied 105 (inch-wheel base) car.Sargeant had a good view of the tussle.It was pretty crazy out there, Sargeant said. I knew how this race was going to unfold. I saw how rough the 6 (Williams) was being with the 77 (Briscoe) in front of me. The 6 car was really rough on a restart before that.Matt Kurzejewski was third, followed by Bret Holmes, A.J. Fike, Clair Zimmerman, Tom Hessert, Thomas Praytor and Ed Pompa.We got lucky tonight, Kurzejewski said. We didnt have a third-place car, but we had a third-place team tonight and a third-place crew. Eric Staal Jersey Large . Siddikur, whose previous win on the circuit came in Brunei three years ago, finished his bogey-free round with a birdie on the 18th for a total of 17-under 199. Indias Shiv Chowrasia, who has finished runner-up in this tournament twice, was in second place after a 66. Cheap Custom Wild Jersey .Y. -- Bills receiver Stevie Johnson has a bone to pick with the NFL schedule maker. .Y. -- Canadas Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse have another World Cup gold medal after winning the two-women bobsled race on Saturday in Lake Placid, N. Custom Eric Staal Jersey .J. -- Marshawn Lynch said Thursday it will be good to get back to football after the Seattle quiet talking running back wrapped up his final mandatory media session of Super Bowl week. Cheap Wild Jerseys . Jeff Green scored 13 points and Kris Humphries 12 for the Celtics, who nearly blew an 18-point, second-half lead. Sullingers 20-20 was the first by a Celtics player since Kevin Garnetts first game in Boston in 2007. Garnett was dealt -- along with Paul Pierce -- to Brooklyn during the off-season. SEATTLE -- Jimmy Grahams statement about his most productive game since suffering a major knee injury was left to what he did on the field, all of it coming in one impressive half on Sunday.Hes a phenomenal athlete and its going to be cool to see him develop more so in our offense this year, Seattle tight end Luke Willson said.Less than a year after suffering a torn patellar tendon in his right knee, Graham was back to being a focal point for Seattle.He finished with six catches for 100 yards and just his third touchdown catch with the Seahawks in a 37-18 romp of the San Francisco 49ers .All of his catches came in the first half as Seattle built a 24-3 lead and rolled to a fifth straight regular-season win over the 49ers.After the game, Graham shared smiles and a handshake with team owner Paul Allen in the Seahawks locker room, then disappeared down a hallway and didnt poke his head back into the locker room again.He wanted to have this kind of impact in the game, Seattle coach Pete Carroll said. He looked great. Its thrilling to see him.Graham was not supposed to be back by now. Being back on the field in 9+ months is not the typical timeline of an injury as severe as the one he suffered last November against Pittsburgh and just as he was beginning to find a more prominent role in Seattles offense.Carroll continued to say through the offseason that Graham was on pace to be ready for the season opener and he proved correct when Graham took the field in Week 1 against Miami.But getting back on the field and being the threat Graham was in the past are two separate matters. And the latter is what Graham showed against the 49ers.His 18-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter came on a broken play when Russell Wilson scrambled left and found Graham coming open in the middle of the field. But his two most important catches both came in third-down situations.Seattle was faciing third-and-15 on its second possession.dddddddddddd Wilson threw a strike down the middle and Graham was able to hold on to an 18-yard catch despite a crunching hit from safety Eric Reid. Graham caught a 12-yard pass later in the drive to set up Christine Michaels second TD run of the game.But the catch everyone was talking about was Grahams 40-yard jump-ball reception where he wrestled the ball out of Reids arms as he came down.It was a free play because the 49ers had jumped offside, but Wilson gave Graham the chance to use his athleticism and size to make the catch. He also showed a trust in Graham that was always being worked on last season.Hes like 6-(foot)-9. Just throw it up to him, Wilson joked. You look down the field just trying to find somebody and there is this big guy running down the field and just tried to give him a chance.Graham was once the primary target of a pass-happy offense as he was during his time in New Orleans. Thats not how it works in Seattle, even with Marshawn Lynch gone and Wilson having shown he can run more of a pass-based offense.What he showed against the 49ers was still having the ability to make defenses account for his presence on the field.Jimmy has done an excellent job of being patient. Sometimes it can be frustrating because he came from an offense where he was seeing all these targets and thats just not the way that we do it here, Seattle wide receiver Doug Baldwin said.But hes been patient and hes bought in with the fact that were more about controlling the game with the ground game and making the best of our opportunities when we get the targets. ... Hes fully bought into the fact that this is how we play football.---AP NFL website: and AP NFL Twitter feed: ' ' '

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