Baltimore and Hamilton were playing for pride only this past week. Both teams had locked up their playoff position and wanted to win only to gain momentum for the playoffs. In a low scoring first quarter, only six points were put on the board. Carlos Huerta sent a 34 yard field goal through for Baltimore and Paul Osbaldiston sent a 32 yard shot through to tie the game. The only scoring of the second quarter came when Huerta sent a 37 yard field goal through as time ran out in the half. Newcomer Louis Fite opened scoring in the second half for Baltimore carrying the ball in from the 1-yard line for the major. Huerta kicked the convert. The Stallions extended their lead minutes later when Gerald Alphin took a 13 yard pass from Tracy Ham in for another TD. Huerta’s convert put the Stallions ahead by 17 at the end of the third. Huerta added to the Stallion lead with a 43 yard field goal at the five minute mark of the fourth quarter. Hamilton tried to spark their offence in the fourth quarter by bringing in veteran QB Mike Kerrigan. Another veteran, Earl Winfield, connected with Kerrigan to put two touchdowns on the board for the Ti-Cats. The passing plays of 7 and 5 yards brought the Tabbies back into the game but it was too little too late. Huerta put another point on the board on a missed field goal to seal the win for the Stallions. The final score ended 24 to 17 extending Baltimore’s record to 15 and 3.
|2:00 PM||Mostly Cloudy||13.2°C||NNE (280°) at 20 km/h||54%||101.64 kPa|
|3:00 PM||Mostly Cloudy||13.3°C||NNE (280°) at 24 km/h||46%||101.70 kPa|
|4:00 PM||Breezy and Partly Cloudy||13.3°C||NNE (290°) at 29 km/h||39%||101.79 kPa|
|5:00 PM||Partly Cloudy||12.5°C||NNE (300°) at 27 km/h||40%||101.91 kPa|
Data from Dark Sky. Estimated conditions.