Edmonton Sun - - SPORTS -

In­stead, the eski­mos chose the safe route, set­tling for a nine-yard chip shot that was barely worth the en­ergy it took Sean Whyte to trot out onto the field. So they ended up with three points. big yip. Sure, they were the fastest points ed­mon­ton’s earned in Kil­gore’s three starts af­ter the pre­vi­ous two games took them near the end of the half to find their way on the score­board. and it was the first scor­ing drive the eski­mos earned on their open­ing posses­sion since a touch­down pass by trevor Har­ris one play be­fore mak­ing his exit with an arm in­jury in the Labour day re­match. but on a night when they had a chance to punch their play­off ticket against the top team in the league that came primed to play, three points weren’t enough. es­pe­cially when they ended up be­ing their only points of the en­tire first half.

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