Game over

IAN BUSBY -- Calgary Sun

, Last Updated: 8:48 AM ET

PLAYERS OF THE GAME:

OFFENCE -- Stamps running back Joffrey Reynolds took the heat off rookie quarterback Danny Wimprine with his best effort in more than a month. Reynolds finished with 185 yards and two touchdowns.

DEFENCE -- Stamps LB Scott Coe played probably his best game all season, intercepting Kerry Joseph in the first quarter to set up the first score and stepping up to plug a gap and drop Josh Ranek for a loss.

SPECIAL TEAMS -- Stamps K Sandro DeAngelis made up for some inconsistent play in the past few games by hitting on 5-of-6 field goals, including two that were from 45 yards out. He missed a 50-yarder but could hardly be blamed in the cold conditions.

TURNING POINT:

With the Stamps driving late in the first half, QB Danny Wimprine hit Nik Lewis for a 28-yard gain. But defensive lineman Jerome Haywood took a roughing-the-passer penalty on Wimprine to put the Stamps in range for a field goal, which Sandro DeAngelis made for a six point lead, the largest of the game at that point.

CATCH OF THE GAME:

Stamps WR Ken-Yon Rambo kept his eyes on a deep ball from Jason Gesser as it came through the arms of Korey Banks to grab an over-the-shoulder catch. The play went for 32 yards and was aided by Banks pushing Rambo out of bounds after while he was spinning in the air.

HIT OF THE GAME:

Stamps WR Nik Lewis caught a 20-yard pass from Danny Wimprine but was caught with his head down by Renegades LB Kyries Hebert. Lewis jumped right up after the massive pounding to perform his dancing antics.

NOTABLES:

The Stamps lead the league in sacks, now with 38 after Terrence Patrick, Rahim Abdullah and Scott Coe dropped Kerry Joseph ... Coe's first-quarter interception was his first of the season ... Jason Gesser scored on a one-yard touchdown in the first quarter, his first rushing score of his CFL career. Gesser left with a left ankle injury ... Renegades DB Korey Banks picked off his eighth of the season, which leads the league, and returned it for a first-quarter touchdown.

UP NEXT:

Montreal Alouettes at Stampeders, Saturday, Oct. 1, 5 p.m., CBC.


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