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Saturday, September 26, 2015


OTTAWA - Justin Palardy gave Toronto some breathing room with a 50-yard field goal, and the Argonauts hung on for a 35-26 win over the Ottawa Redblacks on Saturday.

The win ended Toronto's three-game losing skid and halted Ottawa's winning streak at three as the Argos pulled into a second-place tie with the Redblacks in the East Division. Both clubs have 7-5 records.

A 74-yard single from Mike Palardy, a one-yard touchdown run from Adrian MacPherson and Justin Palardy's field goal, all in the fourth quarter, gave the Argos enough points to keep the Redblacks at bay.

The only points the Redblacks were able to put up in the fourth came in the form of a five-yard touchdown pass from Henry Burris to Greg Ellingson, but the failed extra point left the home side trailing 32-26.

After Justin Palardy's field goal with less than four minutes to play, the Redblacks saw their last two drives end on an interception and the end of regulation.

The first half went pretty much the Argos' way as they took a 24-10 lead into the break.

(The Canadian Press)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Amazing how converts continue to be missed by kickers.