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Saturday, June 13, 2015


CALGARY - A Greg Wilson touchdown in the fourth quarter helped the Calgary Stampeders to a 20-6 pre-season win over the visiting B.C. Lions on Friday.

Stampeders quarterback Dominique Davis connected with Wilson on a 24-yard pass at 3:50 and followed up with a three-yard throw to running back Charlie Power for a two-point convert.

Rene Paredes kicked field goals from 32 and 28 in the first half, with Tyler Crapigna good from 41 and 28 yards in the second for the defending Grey Cup champions.

Lions kickers Richie Leone and Anthony Fera scored field goals from 12 and 39 yards respectively in the first half.

Stampeders coach John Hufnagel gave both veterans and rookies time on the field, while Lions counterpart Jeff Tedford favoured his young players and rookies.

Calgary No. 1 Bo Levi Mitchell, internationals Davis and Bryant Moniz and Canadian quarterback Andrew Buckley all saw action, although Mitchell came out early after throwing three passes for 24 yards on Calgary's first series of the game.

(The Canadian Press)


Anonymous said...

WOW Looks like our old friend George Cortez lit up the Stamps for an incredible 2...not one...but 2 field goals. WOW

Anonymous said...

"Bo knows football.
So does Mr. Jon Cornish.