Stamps close out season with win over BC

Vancouver, BC ( – Kevin Glenn threw for 312 yards and a
touchdown as the Calgary Stampeders rolled to a 33-16 victory over the British
Columbia Lions at BC Place.

Glenn completed 26-of-36 pass attempts, but was intercepted twice for Calgary
(15-3). Stefan Logan rushed for 117 yards on 17 carries and Emmanuel Arceneaux
finished with 89 yards and a score on six receptions.

Drew Tate and Bo Levi Mitchell shared time at quarterback for British Columbia
(9-9). Tate threw for 206 yards and had a touchdown to match an interception
on 14-of-20 passing. Mitchell tallied 208 yards and a score on 13-of-18
passing. Marquay McDaniel had game-highs in receptions (12) and receiving
yards (165).

The two squads traded field goals in the first quarter, with Rene Paredes
kicking a 13-yarder for Calgary and Paul McCallum responding with an 18-yard
effort for British Columbia.

A 21-yard touchdown pass from Tate to Eric Rogers early in the second quarter
pushed Calgary ahead.

The Lions responded with a 47-yard field goal from McCallum.

There were plenty of fireworks in the last few minutes of the first half.
First, Bryant Moniz scored on a one-yard touchdown run for Calgary, which was
followed by a 46-yard touchdown pass from Glenn to Arceneaux before Mitchell
hooked up with Rogers for a 24-yard touchdown pass. Calgary led 24-13 after
the scoring outburst.

McCallum added yet another field goal in the third quarter, this one from 27
yards out.

Paredes answered back with three field goals of his own, with a 26-yarder in
the third quarter and kicks of 41 and 14 yards in the fourth.

Game Notes

Calgary matched a team record for wins in the season with the victory … The
Stampeders went 8-1 at home this season … Three different players, including
Arceneaux, had at least 70 yards receiving for British Columbia.