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Sioux Falls, SD-January 30, 2015
Veteran Storm Player, Cory Johnsen, and the Sioux Falls Storm are pleased to announce the return of Sacks for Cash for the 2015 Sioux Falls Storm season. "Sacks for Cash" is a charitable program founded in 2008 by Cory in conjunction with the Sioux Falls Storm. Funds are donated per sack the Storm "Thunder" Defense tallies during a season. Each year a new nonprofit organization is chosen to receive donations.

"This year, I want to raise money that will go towards a local military based nonprofit or organization. With that in mind, I have decided to partner with Volunteers of America, Dakotas," explained Johnsen. "This partnership will be a great collaboration and together we can raise a significant amount of money to help enhance the programs Volunteers of America, Dakotas offers to local Veterans."
Becky Deelstra, Managing Director of Business and Marketing with Volunteers of America, Dakotas commented on the partnership.

Written by Kayley Shade, Storm Media Intern

Sioux Falls, SD ? After a big win in their preseason game, the Sioux Falls Storm will face the Bemidji Axemen in the first regular season game.

Last season, Bemidji finished with a 5-9 record. While ranking first in passing yards and third down conversions, the Storm?s thunder defense looks to stop the fast-paced offense. The Axemen are excited to get a shot at knocking off the reigning champs in their first game of the year.

SIOUX FALLS, SD-Feb. 19, 2015---The Sioux Falls Storm announced today that approximately $11,213.00 was raised and donated to the Sioux Falls BackPack Program from the Sunday, Feb. 15 pre-season game held at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center.
Written by Kayley Shade, Storm Media Intern

Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm is elated to announce the re-signing of the two-time IFL Defensive Player of the Year and three-time IFL Defensive Player of the Week, Tyler ?Superman? Knight, at linebacker for the Storm in 2015.

Knight (6?0?, 225lbs) returns to the Sioux Falls Storm for his fourth season. The Mississippi Valley State Alumni joined the Storm in 2011, when he played a critical role in the Storms championship run, collecting a total of 104 tackles. In 2012, Knight joined the Kansas City Command of the AFL. Knight returned to the Storm in 2013 and proceeded to dominate the league, racking up 153 tackles (Storm single season record and second highest in IFL history). During the 2014 season, Tyler garnered 140 tackles, 47.5 tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks, one interception for a 36-yard touchdown, one forced fumble, five blocked kicks and one safety.
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