CFL Photos: East and West Division semifinal survivors determined Sunday in Toronto and Calgary

 

CFL Photos: East and West Division semifinal survivors determined Sunday in Toronto and Calgary

 
 
 
 
<div id="page1">Calgary Stampeders' Nik Lewis, left, is tackled by Saskatchewan Roughriders' Macho Harris during the first half of Sunday's Canadian Football League West Division semifinal game in Calgary. The Stamps won a thriller 36-30.</div>
 

Calgary Stampeders' Nik Lewis, left, is tackled by Saskatchewan Roughriders' Macho Harris during the first half of Sunday's Canadian Football League West Division semifinal game in Calgary. The Stamps won a thriller 36-30.

Photograph by: Larry MacDougal, The Canadian Press

 
<div id="page1">Calgary Stampeders' Nik Lewis, left, is tackled by Saskatchewan Roughriders' Macho Harris during the first half of Sunday's Canadian Football League West Division semifinal game in Calgary. The Stamps won a thriller 36-30.</div>
Stampeders' quarterback Drew Tate looks for a pass in the second half of Sunday's Canadian Football League West Division semifinal. The Stampeders won 36-30 against the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
Calgary Stampeders' Maurice Price, right, goes high over Saskatchewan Roughriders' defender James Patrick and makes a first down during second-half action in Sunday's Canadia Football League West Division semifinal in Calgary.
Calgary Stampeders' backup quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell jumps into the air with Romby Bryant (left) to celebrate his game-winning touchdown against the Saskatchewan Roughriders during Sunday's Canadian Football League West Division semifinal in Calgary.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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