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Surge ride fourth-quarter heroics by Stef Smith to topple Ottawa

The Calgary Surge logo was unveiled Oct. 19 at WinSport. (image: CEBL) The Calgary Surge logo was unveiled Oct. 19 at WinSport. (image: CEBL)

Stef Smith got hot in the fourth quarter, leading the Calgary Surge to an 86-79 win over the Ottawa BlackJacks in CEBL action Friday at WinSport.

Smith rang up 14 fourth-quarter points, and finished with 19 overall.

He was matched by Simi Shittu with 19, including a game-winning bucket. Trevon Scott had 13, and Sean Miller-Moore chipped in with six points.

Kadre Gray had 21 points for the BlackJacks and Michael Flowers added 17.

Calgary's record improved to 4-1, while Ottawa's fell to 3-2.

Next up for the Surge is a road game against the Saskatchewan Rattlers at 2 p.m. MST Sunday.

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