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Saturday, June 17, 2017


HAMILTON - Toronto quarterback Dakota Prukop hit Jamel Johnson for a 28-yard touchdown late in the fourth as the Argonauts climbed out of a 16-0 deficit to defeat the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 23-16 at Tim Hortons Field in CFL pre-season action Friday night.

Prukop, fighting for a spot on the practice roster, was the third Toronto pivot to see action and led the 97-yard game-winning scoring drive, taking the lead for the first time with 3:02 left in the game.

James Wilder and Jimmy Ralph also scored touchdowns for Toronto while Brian Tyms and Ross Scheuerman scored for Hamilton.

Toronto kickers Lirim Hajrullahu and Ronnie Pfeffer both saw playing time. Hajrullahu kicked a convert. Pfeffer missed both field-goal attempts, from 38 and 48 yards. He added a 68-yard punt single and a convert. Hamilton kicker Sergio Castillo kicked two converts.

Pfeffer's punt single made it 16-15 just 19 seconds into the fourth and Prukop came in at quarterback for the Argos. Pfeffer's missed 48-yarder tied the game at 16 with 9:39 left to play.

Hamilton used four quarterbacks during the game: Zach Collaros, Jeremiah Masoli, Cody Keith, and Logan Kilgore. Toronto started McLeod Bethel-Thompson, followed by Jeff Mathews and Prukop.

(The Canadian Press)

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