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CFL Game Summary - British Columbia at Calgary

(Saturday, September 17th)

Final Score: British Columbia 32, Calgary 19

Calgary, AB (Sports Network) - Travis Lulay completed just 13-of-26 passes for 186 yards but threw for two touchdowns, as the British Columbia Lions posted a 32-19 victory over the Calgary Stampeders at McMahon Stadium.

Andrew Harris gained 50 yards on 11 carries for the Lions (5-6), who have won four games in a row and five of six overall following an 0-5 start to the campaign.

Calgary's Henry Burris threw for 184 yards, one touchdown and one interception on 15-of-20 efficiency.

The Stampeders (7-4) have dropped two of three.

Trailing 3-1 after the opening 15 minutes, the visiting Lions regained the lead in the second quarter on Rolly Lumbala's one-yard touchdown run. BC's advantage grew to 11-3 when Paul McCallum connected on a 48-yard field goal, but Calgary countered late in the half on Rene Paredes' 41-yard field goal.

On the initial series of the third quarter, Lulay and Akeem Foster hooked up for a 48-yard touchdown, stretching the Lions' lead to 18-6.

Burris then led Calgary on a five-play, 70-yard drive that he finished with a 15-yard strike to Larry Taylor.

But Tim Cronk returned a blocked punt to the end zone to put BC up 25-13 with about three minutes remaining in the third stanza.

A 41-yard touchdown pass from Lulay to Arland Bruce made it 32-13 in the fourth quarter. Calgary's Drew Tate capped the scoring with a short TD run.

Game Notes

Burris moved into seventh place on the CFL's all-time passing yards list...BC's Geroy Simon caught his 900th career pass...Calgary fell to 2-4 at home this season, while the Lions improved to 3-3 on the road in 2011.

09/17 23:08:51 ET

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