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Friday, September 29, 2017

STAMPEDERS 59 ALOUETTES 11

Jeff McIntosh/CFL.ca
CALGARY - Terry Williams scored a trio of touchdowns for the Calgary Stampeders in a 59-11 win over the visiting Montreal Alouettes on Friday.

Already assured a playoff berth, Calgary (12-1-1) could clinch a home playoff date before the end of September if the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (9-3) beat the Edmonton Eskimos (7-5) on Saturday.

Anthony Parker and Rob Cote had touchdown catches and Tunde Adeleke returned a punt return 51 yards to score for the Stampeders. Marquay McDaniel hauled in a two-point convert catch.

Calgary kicker Rene Paredes was good from 32, 45, 39, 24 and 14 yards to extend his streak to 18 field goals in a row.

Tyrell Sutton scored the lone touchdown for Montreal (3-11). Boris Bede kicked a 28-yard field goal in front of an announced 26,394 at McMahon Stadium.

Stampeder running back Jerome Messam, the CFL's leading rusher, did not play Friday because of a knee injury.

(The Canadian Press)

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

There will be consequences Reed should be fired immediately along with his prized signing overpaided free loader, free loafing, Saskatchewan free agent aquistion qb Durant.

Anonymous said...

I envy Calgary.

Anonymous said...

That was a blood bath. I wonder if Calgary's second stringers could beat every eastern team. Randy get on creating a Mercy rule?

Anonymous said...

Ha ha... Ha ha ha... Darian Durant.

Krusty the Clown

Anonymous said...

I loathe the stamps, but have got to give credit where it is due, and they are an amazing team in talent and depth. The Riders can only aspire to that level of both, but here is hoping Jones can build toward it.

Anonymous said...

Fold the Alouettes

Anonymous said...

The grease fire has escalated to a tire fire!

Anonymous said...

Haters gonna hate.

Anonymous said...

That's overboard, hate a strong word. No hate, absoloutly no hate. Just making statement of what has transpired to a once flagship CFL organization and what might, should happen with the Alouettes under their current rudderless high priced on field direction. Big concern moving forward for the CFL, is that team on the verge of folding?