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MONTREAL -- Rookie quarterback Tanner Marsh had confidence in the hands of receiver Eric Deslauriers. But to Deslauriers, Marshs pass was a work of art. Sean Whyte kicked a 14-yard field goal on the final play of the game after Marsh threw a 57-yard pass to Deslauriers with 1.9 seconds remaining to give Montreal a come-from-behind 39-38 win over the B.C. Lions on Thursday night. Marshs last-gasp pass to Deslauriers at the seven-yard line set up the improbable comeback as the Alouettes overcame a 28-14 deficit before what remained of a crowd of 22,456 on a rainy night at Molson Stadium. "Ill give him a jump ball every single time," said Marsh, who replaced Josh Neiswander to begin Montreals fourth offensive series. "Hes a great athlete and makes plays when he needs to." Deslauriers said watching the pass coming in made him feel "like a photographer." "It was such a pretty ball," Deslauriers said. "It was just up there forever." Marsh threw for 329 yards despite completing only 14 of 32 pass attempts, including four interceptions. "I showed that I was a rookie," said the 23-year-old Texan. "I made a lot of rookie mistakes that I have to fix to be a successful quarterback in this league, no doubt, and Ive got to keep learning. It was a great team win but I did a lot of bad things and Ive got to fix them." Marsh, who was a senior at Arkansas Tech last season, also rushed for 71 yards on nine carries, including his first touchdown run in the third quarter after completing his first touchdown pass to S.J. Green in the second quarter. Tyron Carrier returned a kick 90 yards to draw Montreal within 38-33 but the Alouettes failed to convert a two-point attempt. Whyte had four field goals in the game. The Alouettes (3-5) won for the first time in three games under general manager Jim Popp, who became Montreals interim coach after he and owner Robert Wetenhall fired Dan Hawkins on Aug. 1. Tim Brown returned a missed field goal 124 yards for a touchdown early in the third quarter and Travis Lulay threw a pair of touchdowns to Shawn Gore for B.C. (5-3), which had won two in a row. "Going in up at halftime youve got to pull those victories off," Brown said. Paul McCallum kicked five field goals for the Lions and Lulay threw his second touchdown pass to Gore, a 29-yard catch-and-run in the fourth quarter to put B.C. up 38-27. McCallum, who kicked his fourth field goal at the end of the first half to put B.C. up 21-7, hit a 33-yarder 5:58 into the fourth. The veteran kicker also completed a 12-yard pass to Anton McKenzie for a first down on a fake punt in the second quarter. Lulay threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Gore in the first quarter. "Its embarrassing," Gore said. "I think I can speak for most of the team when I say that its a game that we didnt deserve to win. We didnt make the big plays needed when we had the opportunities. We had so many turnovers and didnt capitalize. Way too many field goals, not enough touchdowns, we left it all out there and we gave them that opportunity and we gave the game to them." Neiswander got his first career start in place of Anthony Calvillo, who was knocked out of Saturdays 24-21 loss at Saskatchewan with a concussion. Intercepted twice in the loss to the Roughriders, Neiswander was picked off by Ryan Phillips four plays into the Alouettes opening drive. He completed one three-yard pass to Deslauriers in three attempt before he was replaced by Marsh. He made his pro debut in the Alouettes 38-13 loss to the Toronto Argonauts on Aug. 8. "We didnt do a whole lot the first two or three series so we were like, Lets get Tanner in there like we said we would, and then it seemed like he got hot," Popp said. "It worked. Im very happy for him. The team rallied around him and they stuck together and its just great for our organization." Jerome Messam drew Montreal to 21-14 when he scored on a 16-yard run 38 seconds into the third after Carrier returned McCallums second-half kickoff 65 yards. Brown caught the ball deep in the end zone after a 53-yard field goal attempt by Whyte went wide left and ran the length of the field to put B.C. up 28-14 at 3:21 of the third. Brown scored on a 97-yard kick return in the Lions 26-22 win over Calgary on Saturday. Arland Bruce caught an 86-yard pass from Marsh 3:47 into the third. He caught seven passes for 167 yards, passing Brian Kelly to move into 10th place on the CFLs all-time receiving yards list. "Im speechless," Bruce said. "Im glad to hear that, especially after a win. Its a humbling feeling to know about that. Thank you for telling me that because thats a rare achievement and Im thankful." Marsh completed the drive with a six-yard run at 5:24 as Montreal closed to within a touchdown. "He knew how to move around the pocket, when to get out of the pocket when there was space to run, he did that effectively," Gore said. "That pocket-awareness I think is huge for a young quarterback. He didnt seem rattled by the defensive rush too much. He had a lot of composure." Duron Carter, the son of Pro Football Hall of Famer Cris Carter, made his pro debut and caught a 52-yard pass from Marsh on Montreals second-quarter scoring drive. Green celebrated his touchdown by tossing the ball into the end zone stands before going back to successfully implore the fan who caught it to return it for the rookie quarterback. "Tanner came to me and asked me for the ball back so the crowd was nice enough to throw that ball back to me," Green said. "I appreciate that." After McCallum opened the scoring with a 45-yard field goal off the upright, B.C. made it a 5-0 lead 8:07 into the game when Whyte punted the ball out of the end zone to concede a safety after a replacement long snapper Patrick Lavoie sailed a snap way over his head. Martin Bedard, Montreals regular long snapper, is on the nine-game disabled list with a shoulder injury. He was among eight Alouettes who were injured in Saturdays loss. Custom Baltimore Ravens Jerseys . Pretty good hitting, too. Dan Haren pitched six innings and sparked the go-ahead rally with a single, leading Los Angeles to another win over the skidding Atlanta Braves, 4-2 on Tuesday night. Mark Andrews Ravens Jersey . Chan captured two silver medals at last months Sochi Winter Games — mens singles and the inaugural team event. 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That helped the Mavericks avoid their longest home losing streak in 14 years with a 110-97 victory over the slumping and injury-plagued Los Angeles Lakers, who lost for the eighth time in nine games. "Monta had a rough game to that point offensively, although he had quite a few assists," coach Rick Carlisle said. "We needed a spark, he made plays. ... That spurt, that got us the win." Ellis, who finished with 16 points and nine assists, was 2-of-11 shooting before his five baskets in a row stretched the Dallas lead from eight to 13 with 5:44 left. He then had assists on the next two Mavericks baskets. "I stayed with it," Ellis said. "I kept attacking the basket and kept taking my shot, and eventually they started going down." Dirk Nowitzki scored 27 points to lead the Mavericks, who had lost four in a row at home. They hadnt won in their own arena since beating Memphis the week before Christmas. The last time Dallas lost more than four straight at home was a six-game slide that ended in January 2000, not long before Mark Cuban bought the team. "I actually looked for us to play a lot better from start to finish. It just didnt go that way," Carlisle said. "It just was a struggling night." Still, the Mavericks shot 53 per cent from the field and had 32 assist on 48 baskets. They had 17 steals and 12 turnovers. Mav forward Shawn Marion, who started after being questionable because of ankle and Achilles issues, left with a bruised right shoulder after a hard fall just before halftime after he got tangled up with Pau Gasol and tripped over Nowitzki. X-rays were negative, but Marion wont travel with the team for Wednesday nights game at San Antonio. "Hes banged up," Carlisle said "Hes played hurt plenty of timees, but he took a bad fall.dddddddddddd." Nowitzki had three baskets on passes from Gal Mekel in a 59-second span early in the second quarter to put Dallas up 43-39. Nowitzki started the span with a running layup before consecutive 11-foot jumpers that sandwiched a 3-pointer by Jodie Meeks. Meeks, who led the Lakers with 24 points, made two free throws with 8:07 left in the first half to tie the game at 43, but Jose Calderons 3-pointer on a pass from Marion put the Mavericks ahead to stay. "Weve got some guys who are struggling right now, and some guys playing well," Lakers coach Mike DAntoni said. "Then in the next game, the guys who were struggling play well and the others start struggling." Vince Carter scored 19 points for Dallas, DeJuan Blair added 15 and Calderon 12. Kendall Marshall had 18 points for the Lakers, while Wesley Johnson added 17. Gasol had 15 points and 13 rebounds. Since a 3-0 road trip that ended New Years Day at Washington, the Mavericks had lost two more home games. The last was 92-80 to the New York Knicks on Sunday when they were held to their season-low scoring output. Los Angeles is without Kobe Bryant (left knee), Steve Nash (back), Steve Blake (torn ulnar collateral ligament) and Jordan Farmar (left hamstring tear). Nash has missed 27 consecutive games, and Bryant has been out 10 straight since playing in his only six games this season. "Its tough. Im trying my best to get us going," said Nick Young, who is dealing with his own back issue. "The more we keep getting buried, its harder to get back. Weve still got to stay with it, stay a team. There aint nowhere to go but up." NOTES: Dallas is 4-5 in the first of back-to-back games this season. The Mavs play at San Antonio on Wednesday night. They then get one day off before another back-to-back, at New Orleans on Friday night and then hosting the Pelicans on Saturday night. ... Marshall had 32 assists in his first two starts for the Lakers. He had six assists with six turnovers against Dallas. 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