Quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell threw 321 yards and Malik Henry beat Edmonton Elks on Saturday 30-23, recording the Calgary Stampeders’ third-quarter go-ahead touchdown. ..
Kadim Carrie and Tommy Stevens rushed to record a touchdown in addition to Calgary’s (3-0) Henry’s touchdown catch in front of 22,739 announced at McMahon Stadium.
Henry compiled 173 yards with six catches in the game.
Calgary’s Lena Parade kicked field goals from 46, 28 and 35 yards and added 3 points in the first meeting of the four meetings of the season between the CFL’s Alberta clubs.
Calgary and Edmonton haven’t played four games in a season since 2012.
Kai Rocksley recorded a sprint touchdown and Emmanuel Arsenault won Edmonton’s (0-3) touchdown catch.
Sergio Castillo kicked a 46-yard field goal and another goal from 47 yards. Matt Mengel won a 60-yard punt single.
Mitchell, who decided the match time due to a pain in his leg and limited personnel in this week’s practice, completed 21 out of 28 pass attempts with one touchdown pass at the 150th career CFL start. Did.
On his first start with a team that started in the league, Elks quarterback Nick Arbuckle passed 20-31 with 225 yards and a single touchdown throw. He was once intercepted.
Arbuckle spent his first two seasons at the Stampeders in 2018 and 2019. He played 4-3 in the season after Mitchell was injured.
The Stampeders dragged in half-time for three games in a row, but the one-point drop was the smallest deficit of the three games.
Calgary led 20-17 by the end of the third quarter with a 28-yard touchdown throw to Mitchell Henry, and Paredes turned around in the last moment.
Paredes padded the Stampeders lead to 23-17 and started the fourth quarter with a 35-yard field goal, but Castillo responded with a 46-yard player, leading Elks to victory.
Following Calgary’s Mitchell and Jake Maier, Stevens, a three-string quarterback, recorded his first CFL touchdown with a one-yard effort after Edmonton’s defense rejected Stevens from the same distance in previous play. Did.
Elks made a touchdown in a 33-second match, following Castillo’s 47-yard field goal. Edmonton’s attempt to regain the onside kick failed by Kamar Jorden’s first grab of the ball.
Paredes’ 26-yard field goal pulled Calgary within a point after Mengel’s punt single started the third quarter, but Castillo later extended Edmonton’s lead from 46 yards to the first 17-13. rice field.
Cameron Judge, a stampeder linebacker, chose the Arbuckle Pass, which was intended for Kenny Roller to put the ball on the 38-yard line with less than a minute left.
Mitchell threw to Henry in the next play, and the receiver sprinted to score in the corner of the end zone.
In addition to the judges’ picks, the Stampeders made a defensive contribution from Sean Lemon in the third quarter with two sack and a pass knockdown.
Elks led 13-3, with two minutes remaining in the first half to reach the end zone with Arsenor’s 33-yard catch and run, and Castillo turned.
However, Calgary quickly countered with a six-play drive highlighted by Mitchell throwing 24 and 37 yards at Reggie Begelton.
Carrie concludes the march with a three-yard dash to the end zone as the host chases the field goal in half-time.
Stampeder head coach Dave Dickenson was denied the challenge of pass interference at the beginning of the second quarter with Mitchell’s throw to Henry. Paredes then halved the 6-point deficit with a 46-yard field goal.
Edmonton’s Deon Lacey knocked out the ball from Henry’s hand as Thomas Costigan recovered at Elks’ 52-yard line in the middle of the opening quarter. However, the visitor did not convert the sales into points.
Dionte Raffin’s pass interference penalty for throwing the Arbuckle to the roller in the end zone put Elks on the 1-yard line during the opening drive of the game. Locksley recorded a short yard plunge with a 6-0 visitor lead.
Calgary’s defense denied Edmonton’s two-point conversion attempt.
While Elks is in Hamilton on Friday, the Stampeders head for Goodbye Week and confront Tiger Cats.
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