Late TD leads Lions past Stamps; Mitchell denied record

The Canadian Press
8/2/2014 1:32:24 AM
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CALGARY -- The B.C. Lions came from behind to beat the Calgary Stampeders 25-24 in the CFL.

The Lions improved to 3-3 and hand the Stampeders their first loss in five games this season.

B.C. trailed 21-13 after three quarters.

Andrew Harris and Ernest Jackson scored touchdowns for the Lions in the fourth quarter. Ron Yell produced another major for the visitors. Paul McCallum kicked a pair of field goals.

B.C. quarterback Kevin Glenn completed 22 of 32 passes in the win.

Keon Raymond, Marquay McDaniel and Drew Tate had touchdowns for the host Stampeders.

Calgary quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell made 21 of 31 pass attempts in the loss.

Andrew Harris (Photo: The Canadian Press)


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