Patriots down Ottawa 28-10

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By – Hamilton Today

The Hamilton Steel City Patriots rolled over the visiting Ottawa Sooners Saturday night in Stoney Creek, 28-10. Triumphing over Ottawa for the second time this season, the Patriot organization dedicated the win to Mario Costantini, brother of team owner Phil Costantini, who passed away this week.

Hamilton fell behind early 3-0 but quickly took the lead and never looked back. SCP’s ferocious defence kept Ottawa on their heels most of the game with linebacker Jesse Willick contributing both a sack and an interception. SCP quarterback and former Montreal Alouette, Graham Kelly, passed for 3 touchdowns and ran one in himself, calling his own number late in the third quarter to seal the game.

Next Saturday, July 20 the Patriots (5-2) close the NFC regular season at home, hosting the Tricity Outlaws (1-6) at Cardinal Newman High School (127 Gray Rd, Stoney Creek) kickoff at 6pm. Gates open at 5pm, Admission is $10, Children under 12 are FREE.

Source: Sam MacBeath