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MONTREAL - Quarterback Gabriel Cousineau ran in a touchdown from one-yard out, and the No. 3 Montreal Carabins held on for a 13-9 win over No. 1 Laval in CIS action on Saturday, snapping the Rouge et Ors record 25-game win streak on the last day of the regular season.Cousineau was 20 for 30 passing for 219 yards for Montreal (7-1), which trailed 7-0 before getting its first points of the game via a field goal in the third quarter.Laval (7-1) started the game with four straight rouges before Boris Bede hit a 37-yard field goal at 11:11 of the third quarter to pull the Rouge et Or ahead 7-0. Laval added two points on a safety five minutes later.The Carabins held Laval quarterback Hugo Richard to 138 yards and an interception. In Winnipeg, meanwhile, Manitoba quarterback Theo Deezar threw three touchdown passes to Nic Demski as the Bisons clinched a playoff spot in the Canada West division with a 50-31 victory over the No. 2 Calgary Dinos.Deezar finished the day with 210 yards and an interception to go along with his three TD passes, Demski racked up 126 yards on four catches and threw one complete pass for 43 yards, and running back Kienan Lafrance rushed for 57 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries for Manitoba (4-4).Andrew Buckley and Jimmy Underdahl ran in touchdowns for Calgary (6-2). Receiver Rashaun Simonise also scored.---X-MEN 18 AXEMEN 17ANTIGONISH, N.S. — Jeremy Ford kicked a 36-yard field goal with seven seconds left to give St. FX the win over Acadia in the AUS semifinal on Saturday.---MUSTANGS 25 GOLDEN HAWKS 10LONDON, Ont. — Yannick Harou scored Westerns only touchdown with 2:03 left in the fourth quarter to give the Mustangs a come-from-behind win over Laurier in the OUA quarter-final.---GEE-GEES 46 LANCERS 29WINDSOR, Ont. — Derek Wendel threw for 264 yards and two touchdowns and running back Bryce Vieira added two more scores on the ground as Ottawa routed Windsor in the OUA quarter-final.---STINGERS 30 REDMEN 28MONTREAL — Olivier Dupont rushed for 113 yards and a touchdown as Concordia (5-3) edged McGill (0-8).---VERT ET OR 35 GAITERS 14LENNOXVILLE, Que. — Quarterback Jeremi Roch completed 29-of-40 passes for 397 yards and two touchdowns to lead Sherbrooke (5-3) over Bishops (1-7).---RAMS 35 GOLDEN BEARS 31REGINA — Atlee Simon ran in an 11-yard touchdown with 2:40 left in the game to give Regina a come-from-behind victory over Alberta (3-5). The Rams (3-5) finish fourth in the Canada West standings and will meet Calgary in the semifinals next weekend.---HUSKIES 38 THUNDERBIRDS 18VANCOUVER — Drew Burko threw for 291 yards and three touchdowns and backup Kyle Siemens added another TD toss to lift No. 8 Saskatchewan (6-2) over UBC (3-5).--- Clearance Nike React Shoes . Mako Vunipola was promoted from the reserves, with Matt Mullan called up to the bench on Thursday. "It is important that Joe is with his partner at this exciting time," England coach Stuart Lancaster said. Nike React On Sale . -- Houstons All-Star tandem of James Harden and Dwight Howard refused to let the Rockets give in to fatigue. http://www.nikereactcheap.com/. “Im not sure well get Melky Cabrera at all,” said Gibbons. The 29-year-old left fielder struggled all season with knee and hamstring problems. Cabrera was first on the disabled list from June 27-July 20 with tendinitis in his left knee. Cheap Nike React Shoes .75 million contract for the 2014 season and avoided arbitration. The team announced the agreement on Tuesday. Nike React Discount . Louis, MO (SportsNetwork.West Indies Women produced an impressive display to better New Zealand by six runs and reach a first ever World T20 final, where they will face Australia on Sunday. Britney Cooper dazzled with 61 from 48 balls - including five fours and two sixes - as West Indies took 143 runs off a New Zealand attack that had impressed through an unbeaten run in the group stage.Legspinner Leigh Kasperek - leading wicket-taker for the tournament - was wicketless, conceding 30 from her three overs, although Sophie Devine took 4-22 to join her at the top of the table with nine wickets.It was part of a handy all-round display from Devine, who struck 22 from 14 balls with the bat, but the White Ferns lost key wickets at key times - Stafanie Taylor taking 3-26.New Zealand won the toss and chose to bowl first, but got off to a sloppy start with Lea Tahuhu going for 21 from her opening two overs.Slow-left-armer Morna Nielsen fared better, taking 1-14 from her four, including the first wicket of Hayley Matthews, out lbw for 16.It brought Cooper to the crease, and she put on 60 for the second wicket with skipper Taylor, till Devine picked up her first wicket - Taylor slogging straight to midwicket.Devine added the key wickets of big-hitting Deandra Dottin (20 off 17 balls) and Copper in the 18th over, soon after Cooper had launched Kasperek for back-to-back sixes.ddddddddddddIt slowed the West Indies scoring, but their total of 143-6 looked to be a good one when Shamilia Connell bowled Rachel Priest in the third over with the score on 11.Devine came in and cracked four boundaries inside her first six balls to get New Zealands innings going, before being run out brilliantly by a direct hit from Dottin in the seventh over.It was one of two wickets in five balls which derailed New Zealand, with captain Suzie Bates dismissed by offspinner Afy Fletcher, caught at cover off a leading edge.Sara McGlashan (38 off 30) and Amy Satterthwaite (24 off 29) rebuilt, putting on 59 for the fourth wicket, to take the White Ferns to within 37 of their target with four overs remaining.But another double strike in the 17th all but ended the contest, Taylor removing both caught at cover in two balls, to find herself on a hat-trick.Three more wickets fell in the final three overs as New Zealand desperately searched for runs, the White Ferns ultimately falling short on 137-8.Watch highlights of West Indies Women against New Zealand Women on Sky Sports 2 from 6.30pm. 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