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Seahawks Announce the Week Eight High School Coaches of the Week
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RENTON, Wash. - The Seattle Seahawks and Sterling Bank today announced Central Kitsap High School's Mark Keel and Willapa Valley High School's Greg Wonhoff as week eight "NFL High School Coaches of the Week."
Keel led his Central Kitsap Cougars (7-1) to a 41-14 victory over visiting Foss Falcons on Friday, October 19. The Cougars will next face South Kitsap (6-2) on Friday.
Wonhoff led the Willapa Valley Vikings to a 43-0 victory over the South Bend Indians on Friday, October 19, as the team improved its record to 7-0 on the year. The Vikings will next face the Raymond Gulls (5-2) on Friday for the 2B Pacific League title.
Now in its 17th season, the NFL High School Coach of the Week program is a partnership between the Washington State Football Coaches Association, the Seattle Seahawks and Sterling Bank.
Following the season, one coach will receive the Jim Ennis Award for High School Coach of the Year. The 2012 NFL High School Coach of the Year for Washington State will receive a $2,000 cash grant
For more information visit www.seahawks.com.
About Sterling Financial Corporation
Sterling Financial Corporation of Spokane, Wash., is the bank holding company for Sterling Savings Bank, a Washington state chartered and federally insured commercial bank that operates under the registered trade names of Sterling Bank and Sonoma Bank. Sterling Savings Bank operates as Sonoma Bank only in the State of California. Sterling offers banking products and services, mortgage lending, and investment products to individuals, small businesses, commercial organizations and corporations. As of June 30, 2012, Sterling Financial Corporation had assets of $9.60 billion and operated 186 depository branches throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and California. Visit Sterling's website at www.sterlingfinancialcorporation-spokane.com.