Andrew Harris, Blue Bombers hold off Tiger-Cats’ late charge

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Andrew Harris mixed for 128 yards and one landing because the Winnipeg Blue Bombers held off a late charge and defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 29-23 on Friday.

The victory tied the Bombers (5-3) with Edmonton (5-3) for second place within the CFL West Division in entrance of 26,454 followers at Traders Group Area.

Harris had 16 carries for 82 yards with a three-yard TD run and caught 4 passes for 46 yards.

Receiver Weston Dressler caught a 10-yard landing cross from quarterback Matt Nichols and receiver Nic Demski held on to a 34-yard TD throw.

Justin Medlock kicked subject objectives from 23 and 33 yards for Winnipeg, went extensive on a 54-yard try and was good on three converts.

Alex Inexperienced ran in a pair of one-yard TDs for Hamilton (3-5) and Brandon Banks caught a 15-yard TD cross from Jeremiah Masoli. The 2-point convert try after Banks’s TD was incomplete.

https://www.cbc.ca/sports/football/cfl/hamilton-tiger-cats-winnipeg-blue-bombers-week-9-1.4781362?cmp=rss

 

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