Saturday’s game in Regina ended pretty well for the B.C. Lions’ first pre-season game, though there was a bit of a hiccup at halftime.
After taking a 9-6 lead late in the second quarter, the Lions closed out the first half 18-6.
During the halftime show, the power went out – delaying the game a little more than an hour.
Turns out it was the halftime show itself that caused the outage.
Confetti streamers shot at our lines were the cause of the Mosaic Stadium outage. Thanks to customers & fans for your patience. #skoutage
— SaskPower (@SaskPower) June 11, 2016
Once the game resumed, B.C. kept its lead – extending it to 21-9 with a late field goal in the 3rd quarter.
After a hard-fought 4th quarter, B.C wrapped up the game with a 28-16 victory.
They’ll host Calgary on Friday, June 17th.