The undefeated Stampeders traveled to San Antonio this week in an attempt to extend their unbeaten streak to seven games. San Antonio, on the other hand, needed a win to hold on to sole possession of second place in the Southern Division. Calgary capitalized on a Jimmy Kemp fumble early in the. game. Stu Laird recovered the ball setting up a 1 yard TD run by FB Shawn Daniels . Mark McLoughlin kicked the convert. With no time left on the clock in the first quarter San Antonio put their first points on the board. Roman Anderson booted a 42 yard field goal, his first of three for the night. The Texans took the lead in the second quarter when Mike Saunders ran the ball in from the 3-yard line taking advantage of a rare Doug Flutie interception. Anderson’s point after attempt was good. Following Calgarys’ unsuccessful drive, David Lucas ran Anthony Martino’s punt back 105 yards for a touchdown. Anderson kicked the convert to give the Texans a 10 point lead. Martino blasted his next punt 72 yards to score a single for the Stamps. On the following drive San Antonio extended their lead on a 5 yard passing play from Kemp to Mark Stock. Anderson kicked the point after. With time running out in the half, Doug Flutie threw a 13 yard pass to David Sapunjis to get Calgary back in the game. Mark McLoughlin’s convert made the half-time score 24 to 15 for San Antonio. Field goals characterized the third quarter as Anderson hit two (from 47 and 35 yards) and McLoughlin made one (from 26 yards). McLoughlin made two more field goals to open up the fourth quarter scoring starting Calgary on the comeback trail. Calgary Linebacker Alondra Johnson tied the game returning a Kemp fumble recovery 20 yards for a touchdown. McLoughlin’s convert gave the lead back to Calgary. Flutie threw his second TD pass of the game to extend the Stampeders lead. This time Vince Danielsen was on the receiving end of the 10 yard play. McLoughlin continued his perfect night kicking the point after. After playing a strong three quarters, San Antonio couldn’t manage to put any points on board offensively in the fourth quarter. The final score was Calgary 38 — San Antonio 32 as Flutie conceded the safety to run out the clock.