Last week Calgary clinched a playoff berth for the 1995 season. Winnipeg, on the other hand, are fighting for a playoff position with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Calgary took control of the game early, scoring two touchdowns to take a 14 to 0 lead. Shawn Daniels caught a 5 yard pass from QB Jeff Garcia and Garcia took the ball in himself from the 1-yard line. Mark McLoughlin converted both TDs. Winnipeg came within a TD of Calgary before the end of the quarter as Reggie Slack hit Gerald Wilcox with a 19 yard pass for a touchdown. Troy Westwood made the convert. Seconds into the next frame, Calgary kicker McLoughlin missed a 39 yard field goal but did manage to score the single. Later, Garcia rushed for his second TD of the game, this one from 2 yards out. McLoughlin’s convert gave Calgary a 15 point lead. With no time left on the clock in the half, Westwood narrowed the margin to 12 points with a 37 yard field goal. Seeing their playoff hopes fading, the Blue Bombers came out for the third quarter on fire. Wilcox caught his second TD pass from Slack for the first score of the half. Westwood’s convert brought the deficit to 5 points. Newly acquired WR Milt Stegall caught two passes from Slack, both of which were converted by Westwood, to give Winnipeg a commanding lead. Winnipeg’s comeback run halted near the end of the quarter with a 68 yard punting single by Bob Cameron. Down by 10 points, Calgary mounted a comeback of their own. Kicker Mark McLoughlin missed a 39 yard field goal attempt but scored the single to bring the Stamp’s within 9 of the Bombers. Garcia continued a stellar game connecting with Allen Pitts for a 60 yard touchdown passing play. McLoughlin kicked the convert. At 11:24 of the fourth quarter Calgary regained the lead. RB Tony Stewart took the ball in from the 8-yard line. Garcia tried to hit Stewart for a two-point convert but failed. Winnipeg tried to drive the ball up field to take the game back from the Stamps but the drive halted when a Reggie Slack pass was intercepted by Matt Finlay. The Stampeders comeback in the fourth quarter made the final score 43 to 39.
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