In a game that didn’t mean anything in the standings, the Stamps fell 36-13 to the Bombers.
It was the last game of the season for both teams as Calgary will now get set for a West Semi-Final matchup with BC next weekend.
QB Jake Maier – 6-for-15 110-yards and one touchdown
DB Dedrick Mills – eight rushes for 88-yards
REC Cole Tucker – two receptions for 53-yards and one touchdown
LB Micah Awe – 13 tackles, new Stampeders single-season record for tackles
The Blue Bombers got on the board on their first drive of the game hitting a 51-yard field-goal to make the score 3-0.
Winnipeg put a kick through the uprights with under three-minutes to go in the first quarter to make the score 6-0.
Calgary fumbled on their next drive giving the Blue Bombers the ball on the Stamps 49-yardline. Winnipeg added another field-goal on the second play of the second-quarter to make the score 9-0.
The Stamps missed a field-goal on their first possession of the second-quarter but were able to get down the field and take down the returner at the Winnipeg three-yardline.
Rene Paredes got the Stampeders on the board with a 29-yard field-goal with just under seven-minutes to go until halftime to make the score 9-3.
Julian Howsare came up with a sack on second-down late in the half forcing another field goal by the Bombers to make the score 12-3 heading into the break.
Calgary added to their score with another field-goal early in the third-quarter as Paredes hit from 35-yards out making it 12-6 Bombers.
Adarius Taylor forced and recovered a fumble on a Bombers third-and-short six-minutes into the quarter giving the Stamps the ball at their own 32-yardline.
The Stampeders scored the first major of the night on the ensuing drive as Maier found Cole Tucker for his first CFL touchdown. The score was 13-12 Calgary after the extra point.
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Winnipeg answered quickly as they hit a 68-yard catch-and-run getting into the endzone for the major. The Bombers regained the lead, 19-13.
The Blue Bombers would add another seven points on their next drive. Once again through the air to make the score 26-13.
They would add three more five-minutes into the fourth quarter making the score 29-13.
Winnipeg would add one more touchdown with 1:38 to go in the game to make the final score 36-13.
The Stamps are in Vancouver to take on the Lions in the West Semi-Finals Saturday Nov. 4 at 4:30 p.m.