Cameron Dukes Leads Toronto Argonauts to Victory Over B.C. Lions

Cameron Dukes showcased an impressive performance as he threw three touchdown passes and ran for another, leading the Toronto Argonauts to a 35-27 victory over the B.C. Lions in the season opener for both teams. Dukes completed 21-of-27 passes for 254 yards, securing a fourth consecutive home win for Toronto.

The game saw a thrilling finish, with John Haggerty’s 60-yard punt pinning B.C. at their 10-yard line in the final minutes. Despite a strong effort by B.C., Toronto’s defense held firm, ultimately securing the win. Dukes, who started in place of the suspended Chad Kelly, scored a crucial one-yard run to extend Toronto’s lead to 35-27.

The Lions, led by Vernon Adams Jr., put up a valiant effort, with Adams completing 25-of-33 passes for 363 yards, including two touchdowns and an interception. However, Toronto’s defense, spearheaded by Jake Ceresna and Jordan Williams, made key plays to secure the victory.

Both teams displayed a strong offensive performance, with notable touchdown contributions from Ka’Deem Carey, Rasheed Bailey, Dejon Brissett, Justin McInnis, Travis Fulgham, and Tibo Debaillie. Lirim Hajrullahu’s accurate kicking also played a crucial role in Toronto’s victory.

The game showcased the competitive spirit and skill of both teams, setting the stage for an exciting season ahead in the CFL.

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