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CALGARY —The Calgary Stampeders won a wild one. Clay Matthews White Jersey . The Hamilton
Tiger-Cats fumbled the ball on what would have been the winning field goal
Saturday at McMahon Stadium, giving the hosts a 34-32 win in wintry weather. The
Stamps secured second place in the CFLs West Division with the victory, which
means they host the division semifinal Nov. 11. “It was a game of mistakes no
question about it,” Stampeder head coach John Hufnagel said. “The conditions had
a lot to do with it. We got a break at the end. “Im not going to take the shine
off the victory and what it meant to this organization.” The Saskatchewan
Roughriders 34-28 loss to the Montreal Alouettes earlier Saturday opened the
door for Calgary (10-6) to claim second in the division behind the B.C. Lions
(12-4). B.C. had clinched the divisions top spot via a win over Edmonton the
previous night. The Lions will host the division final Nov. 18. The Ticats
(5-11) werent mathematically eliminated from the East Divisions post-season with
the loss, but their playoff odds remain long with two games remaining in the
regular season. Snow squalls before and during the game made for a slick McMahon
surface, which contributed to the 10 turnovers in the game. Andy Fantuz fielded
the snap on the attempted field goal to win the game for Hamilton, but when he
set the ball down, it slipped and Luca Congi didnt get the 30-yard attempt away
as time ran out. “It was a good snap,” Fantuz said. “I put the ball down on the
tee and it just went off. Its just one of those things that happens in this type
of weather. It seems like it sums up our season, but were not dead yet.” Jon
Cornish scored a pair of touchdowns for Calgary. Hes chasing Normie Kwong for
the most running yards by a Canadian in a single season, but the slippery field
wasnt conducive to the running game. With 27 yards Saturday, the New
Westminster, B.C., is 136 away from Kwongs record set in 1956. Cornish led the
Stamps with 108 receiving yards, however, including a touchdown catch. Keon
Raymond ran an interception back 100 yards for a major and twice sacked Hamilton
quarterback Henry Burris, who is Raymonds off-season neighbour in Calgary.
Maurice Price scored his first career touchdown and backup quarterback Bo Levi
Mitchell finished a drive for Calgary. Bakari Grant and Chris Williams each had
touchdown catches and Chevon Walker had a rushing major for the Tiger-Cats.
Congi was good on two of three other field goal attempts. Fantuz had a two-point
convert catch in the fourth quarter. Saturdays game marked the return of Burris
to McMahon for the first time since he was traded to the Ticats in the
off-season. The man who led Calgary to a Grey Cup in 2008 completed 24 of 33
passing attempts for two touchdowns. He was intercepted twice and sacked six
times. “Just the mistakes we made throughout the game came back to haunt us in
the end,” Burris lamented. “Its hard when it comes down to one play to decide it
or whatever. That truly wasnt the deciding play, but it was disappointing for
everything to finish like that.” Hamilton hurt their cause with 98 yards in
penalties to Calgarys 40. Stampeder quarterback Kevin Glenn was 22-for-34 in
passing with a pair of touchdown passes. He was intercepted four times,
including picks on back-to-back possessions in the fourth quarter. “Im very
disappointed in myself,” Glenn said. “I dont think Ive ever had a game like
that. We still got the win. Be happy about that I guess, to play that bad and
still get the win.” Announced attendance was 26,542. The haze from Calgarys
post-touchdown fireworks mixed with snow to reduce visibility of the field. The
snowblowers and shovels were out at halftime in an attempt give the end zone and
sidelines definition and clear the yardage markers. Conditions cleared briefly
in the fourth quarter, but the snow was falling again with three minutes to go.
Walkers one-yard dive for a major with a minute remaining pulled Hamilton within
two points. Burriss pass attempt at a two-point convert to Dave Stala sailed
just over the slotbacks fingers. But Onrea Jones recovered Congis on-side kick
and with 54 seconds left, the Ticats were in position for that winning field
goal. Calgary recovered from a miserable first quarter—they turned the ball
over three times—to lead 14-13 at the halftime. Notes: Hamiltons Ricardo
Cloclough twice intercepted Glenn . . . Calgarys Charleston Hughes had two sacks
and leads the Stamps with 10. Demonte Bolden and Brian Bulcke each recorded a
sack. . . Nik Lewis extended his streak of consecutive games with a reception to
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and the 49ers breezed past the Minnesota Vikings 17-6 Friday night in the
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TSN. Randall Cobb Pink Jersey . Denmark was just
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blasted a three-run shot for his major-league leading 26th home run of the
season Thursday, but Cecil couldnt hold the lead as the Los Angeles Angels hung
on to defeat Toronto 9-7.Fresh off his first Olympic medal, Brent Hayden was
back in the pool for the mens 50-metre freestyle. He qualified with a time of
 22.15, but was well behind the leaders. The fastest heat time belonged to
George Richard Bovell of Trinidad and Tobago (21.77) with defending champion and
world record holder Cesar Cielo of Brazil a close second, 0.03 seconds bacck. Casey Hayward Jersey. Hayden in his third and
final Olympic games was finally able to exercise the demons of past Olympic
failures, winning a bronze medal in the mens 100m freestyle. He will have some
work to do if he has any plans on becoming a double medallist at London 2012.
The mens semi-finals are slated for this afternoon beginning at 2:30pm ET. ’ ’ ’  

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