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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers re-signed defensive back Demond Washington, who was scheduled to become a free agent next month. USA Soccer Jerseys 2020 . In his third season in the CFL, the Auburn product started 17 games in the defensive secondary for the Bombers (missing one due to injury), and finished with 70 defensive tackles, four special teams tackles, and one fumble recovery which he returned for a touchdown. Washington also returned nine kickoffs for 396 yards, including a 96-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Ottawa in Week 2. Demond is, in our opinion, one of the most athletic players in our league, said Blue Bombers General Manager Kyle Walters. His versatility to play different positions in the secondary, and add a dynamic element on special teams, makes him a great asset for us. We are very fortunate that Demond wanted to stay in Winnipeg and pleased we were able to get this done. Through three seasons, Washington has started 41 games for Winnipeg, and played in a total of 50. During that time, he has recorded 179 defensive tackles, 10 special teams tackles, four sacks, three interceptions, and three fumble recoveries. Two of those three fumble recoveries have been returned for touchdowns. He has also made major contributions on special teams since arriving in 2012, returning 78 kickoffs for 1,762 yards and one touchdown, while also bringing back 78 punts for 781 yards and three touchdowns. USA Soccer Pro Shop . Coach Randy Carlyle didnt know the severity of Bozaks injury. Bozak left the bench and went down the tunnel early in the second period, returned to play a handful of shifts and then did play in the third. Wholesale USA Soccer Jerseys . -- Phil Mickelson came to the St. https://www.cheapusasoccer.com/ . Kevin Durant certainly played like there was on Sunday night, scoring 36 points and grabbing 10 rebounds as the Thunder made quick work of the visiting Pacers with a 118-94 win.(CCA) - Braden Calvert and his Winnipeg team notched two more wins on Saturday, including a 6-5 victory over first-place Norway at the World Junior Curling Championships in Flims, Switzerland. "I guess well take the win after a game like that," said Calvert, who handed Norwegian skip Eirik Mjoeen his first loss of the round robin. "We got off to a bad start. I threw a really bad rock in five and we had to come back from that. Luckily, we did and we pulled through." After giving up consecutive steals and trailing 3-0 at the break, Calvert and his team of Kyle Kurz, Lucas Van Den Bosch, Brendan Wilson, alternate Matt Dunstone and coach Tom Clasper fought back in the sixth. Calvert made a tricky angle raise double to score two and followed that up with a steal of two in the seventh to go ahead. "That was huge in terms of the momentum we got from that shot," Calvert said about the double in the sixth end. "We gained a lot of confidence and basically got back at them." Against Switzerland, the Canadians "came prepared to play," according to Canadian Team Leader Andrea Ronnebeck. "The Swiss fans, as always, were enthusiastic but so were the Canadian fans," said Ronnebeck. "The arena was rocking (pun intended) with a full house of Norwegians, Swiss, Scots, Italians, Americans and Canadians. It was awesome. Cow bells and all!"& And the Canadian supporters had a lot to cheer for as Calvert led the team to a 7-2 win over Switzerlands Yannick Schwaller, improving Canadas record to 4-3 and moving them into a three-way tie for third place (with Scotlands Kyle Smith and Schwaller). Daniel Lovitz Jersey. "Were starting to get on a bit of a roll," said Calvert after the game. "Were starting to gain some momentum and confidence. We were really sharp out of the gate tonight and grabbed an early deuce. That was definitely the turning point in the game and we kept fighting and were able to pull it off. All the teams here are tough and each game is going to be a battle." On Sunday, the Canadian men will take on USAs Jake Vukich (2-5) and Austrias Sebastian Wunderer (3-4) to finish up the round robin. On the womens side, Kelsey Rocque defeated USAs Cory Christensen 8-4 to move into first place in the standings, tied with Korea, Switzerland and Russia, all with 5-2 records. Rocque and her Edmonton team of Keely Brown, Taylor McDonald, Claire Tully, alternate Alison Kotylak and coach Amanda-Dawn Coderre led the USA 6-4 after eight ends and scored a deuce in the ninth to put the game away. The Canadian women have now won three in a row and will try to keep the momentum going in their final games of the round robin on Sunday against Scotlands Gina Aitken (2-5) and Denmarks Christine Svensen (0-7). ' ' '

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