Realty One

Saturday, September 16, 2017


Canadian Press
CALGARY - The Calgary Stampeders extended their win streak at home to six in a row this season with a 27-13 win over the B.C. Lions on Saturday.

The Stampeders (10-1-1) haven't lost a regular-season game at home since 2015 for a run of 16 games without a loss at McMahon Stadium.

Calgary gained more separation atop the West Division, now five points ahead of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and seven up on the Edmonton Eskimos. The Lions dropped to 6-6.

Calgary's Reggie Begelton scored the first touchdown of his CFL career on a 20-yard catch late in the fourth quarter. Marken Michel scored on a 31-yard catch in the first quarter.

Rene Paredes kicked field goals from 27, 42, 17 and 37 yards with punter Rob Maver contributing a 66-yard single in front of an announced 28,176.

Lions kicker Ty Long was good from, 26, 48, 46 and 35 yards and added a 68-yard single.

(The Canadian Press)


Anonymous said...

Oh Oh! Riders next on their hit list.

Anonymous said...

Stamps basically have first locked down as usual. Now it's a fight for 2nd to 4th for the rest of the west.

Anonymous said...

Calgary about to enter hostile territory that they have not seen yet! Should be interesting! Riders will be pumped for this! Rider Nation needs to bring the noise big time!