Rene Paredes kicked six field goals and Stefen Banks had four sacks and a fumble recovery as the Calgary Stampeders came away with a 32-16 victory over the rival Edmonton Elks on Saturday.
The Stamps got a measure of revenge for last Monday’s 32-20 Labour Day loss to Edmonton.
LISTEN BELOW: Elks head coach Jaime Elizondo
The Stampeders (2-4) snapped a two-game losing skid and avoided losing both ends of the Labour Day series with Edmonton, something which last occurred in 2004.
The Elks (2-3) had a two-game winning streak halted.
Bo Levi Mitchell went 22 for 41 for 276 yards, a touchdown and an interception for Calgary. Trevor Harris went 17 for 25 passing with 221 yards and an interception for Edmonton.
LISTEN BELOW: Trevor Harris
Calgary recorded the game’s first touchdown four minutes into the third quarter.
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