Vancouver, BC (SportsNetwork.com) – 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
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
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.
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.