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HAMILTON, Ont. Chris Myers Jersey . -- Chris Williams quick feet saved the day for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. With the Argos making a move late in the second quarter, and the Hamilton offence sputtering, Williams collected Noel Prefontaines 44-yard missed field goal in the end zone and headed out. "I just found the crease and I saw a couple linemen there so I tried to move out of the way and I found the seam and I had some guys leading me up and they made all the good blocks," Williams said. "I just ran." Run he did. Williams brought the missed kick 119 yards for his third touchdown of the game and his second of the night off a return Saturday as the Tiger-Cats defeated the Argonauts 36-27 to pick up their first win of the season. "It was just good to get the momentum back on our side," Williams said of the final play of the first half that made the score 29-13 heading into the locker-room. "If they had made that field goal they would have (pulled to within six points) so it was good to get the momentum back on our side and give us a little breathing room." Williams also had a 34-yard TD reception to open the scoring and an 88-yard punt return touchdown. Andy Fantuz scored his first TD as a Ticat and Bakari Grant added his first of the season on a six-yard reception with eight minutes left in the game to douse any Argo hopes. Saturday marked the second game in a row that Williams scored on a punt return. That makes a total of seven special teams TDs scored in the first three weeks of the CFL season. There were only eight scored in all of 2011. Hamilton quarterback Henry Burris was 12-of-27 passing for 181 yards and three touchdowns as the Ticats improved to 1-2. Burris was also intercepted once. The Argos had pulled to 29-27 midway through the fourth quarter, due in large part to a Hamilton offence that couldnt keep ball possession, but Burris led a 75-yard scoring drive with rushes of 23 and 14 yards to keep the drive alive. It ended with a six-yard touchdown strike to Grant. Burris said he entered the huddle for that series keeping loose and singing the songs on the public address system. "We have the potential in this offence," he said. "It was just upsetting to me the fact that we kept sagging back, just being more the nail and absorbing what they were doing instead of being aggressive and having fun. When they gave me the running lanes in those situations, I had to use my feet because they werent respecting me to run the ball at that point. "Thankfully, I was able to make some big plays with my feet and really move the chains in two key situations and allow us to get some points on the board and really chew up a lot of clock as well." Torontos offence had 24 first downs to Hamiltons 14 and 391 yards net offence to the Tiger-Cats 288. But they were unable to take advantage of their scoring opportunities, four times having to settle for field goals from less than 25 yards. Toronto head coach Scott Milanovich put the loss down to too many mistakes in the first half, when the Argos found themselves down 21-0 and then 29-13 at the half. "Too many penalties," he said. "A couple dropped balls, turned one over and we gave them a couple return touchdowns. Its tough to win a close game on the road when you make that many mistakes." Ricky Ray connected on 23-of-38 pass attempts for 232 yards to go along with one interception. Jarious Jackson and Cory Boyd scored touchdowns for Toronto (1-2). The Argos were down by three touchdowns early in the second quarter but pulled to 29-27 with 10:52 left in the fourth before Grants TD stopped the Toronto momentum. Ticat defensive back Carlos Thomas intercepted Ray at the Toronto 50-yard line with 1:51 left as the crowd of 24,263 at Ivor Wynne Stadium roared a huge sigh of relief. "Im happy for the guys," said Hamiltons George Cortez, who recorded his first professional win as a head coach. "It makes you feel good about yourself and makes the sun not so bright and not so hot the next day. And theres the intangible of confidence and hopefully well be able to build on that." Prefontaine made 2-of-3 field-goal attempts, hitting from 15 and 37 yards but missed from 44. He hurt his leg on Williams final kick return touchdown to end the first half and was replaced in the second half by Anthony Alix, who hit from 18 and 19 yards but missed a 24-yard attempt. Ray moved ahead of Doug Flutie (41,355) into seventh spot on the all-time passing list with 41,468 yards. Burris is already in sixth spot, having jumped over Flutie in the first game of the season. Burris hit Williams for a 34-yard score 10 minutes into the game to get things started. The Ticats built on the momentum when Torontos Chad Owens fumbled a punt return and Hamilton linebacker Nathan Kanya recovered it on the Argos 46. Three plays later, Burris found Fantuz for a 24-yard touchdown and a 14-0 lead to end the first quarter. Williams made it 21-0 early in the second quarter on his punt return TD. Toronto answered with a 71-yard drive that ate up 4:11 on the clock but netted just a Prefontaine field goal. A punt single by Hamiltons Josh Bartel made it 22-3 with 4:39 left in the half. But the Hamilton offences failure to keep control of the ball allowed Toronto to score 10 points in the final four minutes. Prefontaine hit a 37-yard field goal, and on their next possession, the Argos drove the ball 56 yards on eight plays, including two pass interference penalties against the Ticats, setting up Jacksons one-yard TD run. Grant fumbled on Hamiltons next possession with 53 seconds left to set up Prefontaines 44-yard attempt that would have pulled the Argos to within a touchdown. But he missed wide right and Williams did the rest to give his team a 29-13 lead at the half. Alix hit an 18-yard field goal in the third quarter, but his 24-yard attempt a couple minutes later went wide and the Argos were down 29-17. Toronto opened the fourth quarter finishing a 36-yard drive with Boyds five-yard TD run to pull to 29-24. Argo defensive back Evan McCollough intercepted Burris on the Ticats next possession, setting up Alixs 19-yard field goal and it was 29-27, but Toronto would get no closer as Grants final TD sealed the win. Arian Foster Texans Jersey . While drafts take years to properly evaluate, the Canadiens couldnt help but hide their pleasure Saturday following a draft in which they repeatedly wound up with players who, by ranking, shouldnt have fallen into their hands. Duane Brown Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. http://www.shoptexansfans.com/glover-quin-jersey . Stauffer has been on the disabled list all season with a strained right elbow. He is 23-31 with a 3.92 ERA in 95 appearances, including 69 starts, over six seasons with the Padres. To make room on the 25-man roster, the Padres optioned left-hander Josh Spence to Triple-A Tucson. J.J. Watt Womens Jersey . Chelsea had firm control atop the Power Rankings before their recent slip-ups at home to Manchester United and at Swansea City last weekend. J.J. Watt Authentic Jersey . -- Facing the Montreal Alouettes brings out the best in Chad Owens.PANAMA CITY -- It took less than a week for the lights to go out on Canadas dream of an easy road to the World Cup. The mens soccer team went to Panama looking to extend its lead atop the CONCACAF qualifying group, but a lacklustre effort on hostile ground resulted in a 2-0 loss to a far more energetic opponent. Rolando Blackburn and Blas Perez each scored for Panama (3-0-1), which regained the top spot in Group C on Tuesday and left Canadian coach Stephen Hart lamenting his teams effort. "We were second best in everything," said Hart. "We were second best to close the ball down, second best in the tackle. We didnt pass the ball well or keep possession well and they scored the goal and put us under pressure and I thought our heads dropped way too easily because one goal was scored on us." Canada (2-1-1) entered the match on a high after beating Panama 1-0 at BMO Field in Toronto on Friday. But the team looked out of sorts in the first few minutes of the rematch while Panama appeared buoyed by the incredible noise made by the home supporters at the Estadio Rommel Fernandez. Then, six minutes in, the lights went out. A bank of lights in the stadiums north end went dark and remained that way for about 14 minutes. When play resumed, Canada had taken out star striker Dwayne De Rosario due to a knee injury that he suffered on an earlier tackle. The delay provided an opportunity for the Canadian medical staff to work on De Rosario, but in the end they had to replace him with Tosaint Ricketts. "It might be an (medial collateral ligament injury)," said Hart. "We dont know. We have to do an MRI." With Canadas best striker out of the game, Panama smelled blood. Blackburn struck in the 23rd minute after rising above some suspect Canadian marking to head in the ball just inside the post. "No excuse," said Hart. "Youre going to come down here. Youre going to have to try and get points on the road and the way we started and the lights going out and losing Dwayne we were really lethargic ooverall and we played the price for it. Johnathan Joseph Jersey. " Just minutes after play resumed, Canada got a terrific chance when Marcel de Jong had a shot from the side flash across the face of goal and go wide. Not to be outdone, Panamas Alberto Quintero skillfully eluded both David Edgar and Kevin McKenna before unleashing a powerful right-footed shot that forced Canadian goalkeeper Lars Hirschfeld to make a diving save to his left. Coming out of the locker-room in the second half, Canada quickly won a few corner kicks in pursuit of an equalizer. Those came to nothing and in the 57th minute, Panama doubled their advantage. Quintero led an attack on the left wing and easily evaded a sliding Edgar tackle. Hirschfeld raced off his line to try to cut down the angle but Quintero cut the ball back and Perez was there to stab it home from close range. The two goals were the first Canada has conceded in four games of the third round of qualifying. "I think weve defended really well as a team. Today we didnt do that," said McKenna. "We know we were getting pulled out of position and they watched the tape and they saw the way we play and they exploited those situations and they were better than us." Meanwhile Honduras beat Cuba 1-0 to move to second place in the four-team group. The result dropped Canada to third on goal differential. Canada hosts Cuba (0-0-4) next month before facing Honduras (2-1-1) on the road. Only the top two teams of the group move on to the final round of World Cup qualifying. Canada is trying to return to the World Cup for only the second time. The team last reached soccers biggest stage in 1986, and havent made it to the final round of CONCACAF qualifying since 1998. Midfielder Patrice Bernier said Canada only has itself to blame for squandering first place in the group so quickly. "Maybe we werent all on the same page and that creates some gaps but energy wise we cant afford to have these types of performances if we want to keep going to the next round," said Bernier. ' ' '

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