Game Notes

JIM BENDER -- Winnipeg Sun

, Last Updated: 9:34 AM ET

Top Offensive Player

It was simply a hall-of-fame game by a hall-of-fame player. Winnipeg slotback Milt Stegall caught four passes for a career-high 234 yards and all four went for touchdowns -- of 101, 69, 54 and 10 yards -- all on throws from quarterback Kevin Glenn.

Top Defensive Player

Winnipeg defensive end Gavin Walls recorded four sacks, one short of the CFL record. The rookie got to Casey Printers three times and B.C.'s starting quarterback Buck Pierce once. Walls also had three defensive tackles and at least two pressures. Honourable mention to linebacker Sean Woodson, who had six defensive tackles and two special teams tackles.

Top Special Team Player

Winnipeg linebacker Neil McKinlay recorded three special teams tackle. Honourable mention to linebacker Lamar McGriggs, whom Bomber head coach Jim Daley said was "phenomenal on special teams."

Smack of the Game

Winnipeg linebacker Sean Woodson stopped Lion kick returner Aaron Lockett cold on a with a big smack while attempting to run back a kickoff.

Key Play

Midway through the fourth quarter, Winnipeg quarterback Kevin Glenn reared back and completed a long bomb to a wide-open slotback Milt Stegall, who out-ran both B.C. safety Barron Miles and defensive back Tony Tiller for a 101-yard touchdown as the Bombers took an insurmountable 44-23 lead.

Highlight Reel

See key play, which edged out 69- and 54-yard TD receptions by Stegall from Glenn. In fact, Stegall's whole game yesterday was a highlight reel.


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