It was a rare night game at home, but the result was the same – a victory.
Playing in their first night home game in decades, the University of Guelph football Gryphons remained undefeated with a 33-7 win over the York Lions on Friday night.
The win improves their record to 6-0 and pushes their regular game win streak to 13 games, a team record.
Quarterback Jazz Lindsey was 17-for-30 passing for the victors, for 296 yards. He threw one touchdown pass and one interception.
Robert Farquharson had 20 carries for the Gryphons, for 129 yards and two touchdowns.
In the air, Dillon Dimitroff had one catch for 92 yards and Alexander Charette had five catches for 70 yards.
Guelph native MacKenzie Myers (Centennial CVI) led the way in tackles for Guelph, with seven. For the Lions, Guelph’s Kellen Aiken (Guelph CVI) had five tackles.
The Gryphons last two games are on the road. They visit Carleton (0-6) Friday at 7 p.m. before visiting Queen’s (5-1) on Oct. 19 at 1 p.m.