Partridge Scores 1st Touchdown in BC Win

Partridge Scores 1st Touchdown in BC Win

Travis Partridge scored his first regular season touchdown Saturday night.
(VANCOUVER, BC) During his career at Missouri Western, Travis Partridge set the school record for career rushing touchdowns with 36.

On Saturday, the former Griffon quarterback found himself in a familiar spot with the BC Lions.

Partridge entered the game with the ball on the one-yard line, and pushed through a Montreal tackle for the first regular season touchdown of his career.

The plunge boosted BC's lead over Montreal to 20-3. The Lions rolled to a 41-5 win.

At six-foot-four, 230 pounds, the St. Joseph native has become a short yardage specialist for BC. Partridge has two carries this season, each going for one yard.

Partridge joined the Lions of the Canadian Football League in late May after spending a week at the Minnesota Vikings' rookie minicamp.
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