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VANCOUVER -- Travis Lulay threw three touchdown passes -- including one for 80 yards to Emmanuel Arceneaux -- and ran for anothe
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VANCOUVER -- Travis Lulay threw three touchdown passes -- including one for 80 yards to Emmanuel Arceneaux -- and ran for another himself as the B. Derrick Shelby Falcons Jersey .C. Lions beat the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 29-26 in CFL action Friday night. Lulay passed for more than 300 yards for the first time this season, and 14th time in his career, as the Lions improved to 6-3. Hamilton (4-5) saw its win streak end at three games. The Ticats were denied their first four-game win streak since 2010. It would have been only their second four-game victory run since 1998. Shawn Gore and Marco Iannuzzi also scored touchdowns for B.C., while kicker Paul McCallum supplied their other points on four converts and a single off a missed field goal. Lulay completed 26 of 36 passes for 359 yards. He excelled after struggling against Montreals blitz last week as the Alouettes pulled off a stunning comeback win. Hamilton tried to unleash its blitz often, too, but the Lions QB countered with mid-range slant passes and the long-bomb touchdown to Arceneaux that gave the Lions an insurmountable lead in the second quarter. After the Ticats pulled within three points, to trail 22-19, Lulay ran for what proved to be a winning two-yard touchdown with six minutes left in the game before Hamilton scored in the final minute. Hamilton quarterback Henry Burris threw two touchdown passes, to Bakari Grant and Greg Ellingson with only 25 seconds left in the game. Burris matched Lulays 36 pass attempts, completing 29 for 352 yards. Backup quarterback Dan Lefevour ran for Hamiltons other TD. A Luca Congi field goal and safety conceded by B.C., accounted for the rest of the Ticat scoring. B.C. got off to a slow start that has been typical of many games this season. But the Lions were able to gain some traction on their second series after Hamilton defensive end Brandon Boudreaux took an unnecessary roughness penalty for throwing Lulay to the turf on what would have been a sack. Gore put the Lions on the board about six and a half minutes into the game with a five-yard touchdown reception. It was fitting that Gore scored, because he made two consecutive receptions, for 17 and 12 yards respectively, getting B.C. into Hamilton territory. Although Lulay was better able to counter against pressure than he did against Montreal eight days earlier, Hamilton managed to hold B.C. in check the rest of the first quarter. The Ticats also enjoyed some good fortune when Arceneaux dropped the ball on a long-bomb pass from Lulay. The Lions offence showed signs of coming alive early in the second quarter when running back Andrew Harris ran for 19 yards on the first play of the period. The run matched his entire offensive output against Montreal a week earlier. But the Lions still could not get in scoring range. Instead, it was the Ticats who got going as Burris completed five consecutive passes on a scoring drive that culminated with a 14-yard touchdown pass to Grant. But the Lions quickly countered as Arceneaux made no mistake on a Lulays second long-bomb attempt, pulling in the ball for a spectacular 80-yard touchdown. Hamilton linebacker Courtney Greene -- the last man back after defensive backs blitzed -- clipped Arceneauxs heels as he ran along the sidelines. But Arceneaux shook off the tackle attempt and romped into the end zone. With the offence struggling after that, the Lions depended on their defence -- despite the loss of middle linebacker Solomon Elimimian to a hamstring injury -- for the rest of the second quarter. In one sequence, Brandon Jordan sacked Ticats backup QB Chris LeFevour on a short-yardage situation, forcing the Tabbies to punt. In another, Korey Banks sacked Burris on first down and pressured him for an incompletion on the next play to create another punting situation. But the Lions then ran into penalty trouble as they were called for an illegal block on the punt return and Harris took an objectionable conduct penalty after he was held for a one-yard gain, threw the ball down in disgust with himself after the play and unintentionally hit a Hamilton player. As a result, Paul McCallum conceded a safety instead of punting, and the Lions held a precarious 14-9 lead at halftime. The Lions got off to a hot start in the third quarter as Lulay connected with Marco Iannuzzi for a 57-yard pass. A few plays later, Iannuzzi culminated a seven-play, 77-yard scoring drive with a two-yard touchdown reception on a third-and-two gamble. The risky move staked the Lions to a 21-9 lead. The touchdown came after Lulay was sacked by Boudreaux at the outset of the drive. The Ticat pulled him down by his shirt collar, bringing his shoulder pad out, but was not penalized. But the Tiger-Cats were able to reduce their deficit to 21-16 on a one-yard touchdown push by LeFevour, which capped a nine-play, 86-yard scoring drive. His cause was helped after B.C. defensive back Josh Bell was called for pass interference in the end zone, giving Hamilton a first-and-goal situation. The Lions went up another point on McCallums 45-yard missed field-goal attempt 1:58 into the fourth quarter. It was the first field goal try by either club in the game. Hamiltons first field-goal attempt came reluctantly at 5:21 of the fourth quarter as Congi was good from 34 yards out, reducing the Ticats deficit to 22-19. The three-pointer came after B.C. cornerback Cord Parks knocked down a pass in the end zone intended for Greg Ellingson, and then Keron Williams forced a fumble, which was recovered by Hamilton, while sacking Burris. After B.C. went up 29-19 following Lulays touchdown, and Dante Marsh intercepted a Burris pass, the Lions threatened to score again. But backup quarterback Thomas DeMarco fumbled in a short-yardage situation, giving Hamilton a chance at a late comeback. Following Ellingsons two-yard touchdown catch, Ticats coach Kent Austin elected to boot a convert and hope for success on an onside kick. But B.C.s Paris Jackson caught Congis kickoff and fell down, ensuring the win for the Lions -- and a memorable night for Lulay. Notes: The Lions received a scare late in the second quarter as Lulay was hit along the sidelines by Simoni Lawrence on an incomplete pass that led to a punt. Lulay limped slightly as he went off and was attended by trainers but showed no ill effects afterward. Alex Mack Falcons Jersey . After Andrew Romine served up two monster home runs in the inning, Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said he thought Romine was one of the bright spots on the night, showing just how bad the series opener against the last-place Minnesota Twins went for the Tigers. Ricardo Allen Falcons Jersey . "Today was a very great day for me. It was always my dream to be good in GS," Wierather said. "I took quite a long time to get there. It feels awesome to have my first win (in GS)." Wierather leads overall with 595 points from Lara Gut (56, who finished second, and Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany (535). http://www.falconsprofansonline.com/Black-Steve-Bartkowski-Falcons-Jersey.html?cat=883 . As a follow-up, TSN.ca offers you the opportunity to chime in on all the big issues with our insiders. Read up on all the questions and answers, and put in your own two cents on our popular Your Call feature.CINCINNATI, Ohio -- Lyle Overbay walked into the clubhouse and pointed toward pitcher Wily Peraltas locker. "Hes over there," the first baseman said. "You dont need to talk to anybody else." Indeed, Peralta did it all as the majors top team won again. Peralta doubled home two runs -- the first RBIs of his career -- and repeatedly escaped trouble during his eight innings on Friday night, leading the Milwaukee Brewers to a 2-0 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. "When youre able to pitch like that and youre able to swing the bat, sometimes thats what you need," Peralta said. The NL Central leaders improved the best record in the majors to 21-9 and opened a 7 1/2-game lead over Cincinnati. The Brewers are 12-3 on the road. Peralta (4-1) made his fifth quality start of the season, holding the Reds to three hits and a pair of walks while throwing 110 pitches. Francisco Rodriguez retired the three batters he faced for his 14th save in as many chances. Peralta doubled with two outs in the fifth off Mike Leake (2-3), who left his first pitch over the plate. Leake gave up seven hits and fanned five as he went eight innings for the second time this season. "Today, he was their hero," Reds catcher Brayan Pena said. "He pitched good and got the double." Right fielder Ryan Braun missed his sixth game with a sore muscle on his right side. The Brewers will decide this weekend whether hes close to returning or needs time on the disabled list. Peralta put the Brewers ahead with his 10th career hit. Overbay opened the fifth with a single and Caleb Gindl walked with one out. Jean Segura forced Gindl at second, bringing up Peralta, who had struck out in his first at-bat. He doubled to right field on the first pitch. Peralta is 10 for 72 in his career with 30 strikeouts. "He was throwing the ball well," Peralta said. "I just went up there and guessed hed throw me a fastball right down the middle, and I put a pretty good swing on it." Peralta made it stand up by esscaping scoring threats in the first, fourth, fifth and sixth innings. Robert Alford Falcons Jersey. He fanned Jay Bruce three times with runners in scoring position. Bruce also struck out in the ninth. "He had a great fastball," manager Ron Roenicke said. "His slider was outstanding. He threw a couple of changeups, not many. And his swing ... he had a great swing and we certainly needed it." Reds leadoff hitter Billy Hamilton was out of the lineup with a sore left hand, which he sprained while making a diving catch during Cincinnatis 8-3 win in the series opener Thursday night. He was available to pinch-run. Joey Votto, robbed at the top of the wall by centre fielder Carlos Gomez on Thursday night, hit a flyball that deflected off the top of the wall in left field and bounced back into play in the fourth inning. Votto wound up with a double, and the call was upheld upon review. Votto was stranded at second. "I thought it was gone," Peralta said. "Its hard for me to tell from the mound, but I thought it was a home run." The Reds put runners on second and third with two outs in the fifth when Ramon Santiago drew a walk and Segura threw wildly to first on Leakes grounder to shortstop. Peralta retired Chris Heisey on a grounder to end the inning. NOTES: Yovani Gallardo (2-0) faces Johnny Cueto (2-2) in the third game of the series. Cueto has allowed only one run in his last 30 innings. ... The Reds made it a "Star Wars" theme night. ... It was Milwaukees third shutout. The Reds were blanked for the fourth time. ... Brewers 3B Aramis Ramirez extended his slump to 0 for 29. ... The Brewers put reliever Jim Henderson on the 15-day DL with a sore shoulder. Gindl was called up from Triple-A Nashville. ... Reds closer Aroldis Chapman will pitch another inning for Class-A Dayton at Lake County on Saturday, then join Triple-A Louisville to continue his rehab assignment. Hes recovering from a line drive off his forehead on March 19 and could be activated next week. 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