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Written by Kayley Shade, Storm Media Intern

Sioux Falls, SD- The Sioux Falls Storm faced the Iowa Barnstormers on April 25 at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center. The Storm Shelter was filled with excitement as the Storm won 87-11.

The Storm would be the first to score and from there would never relinquish the lead. Judd Harrold got the action started early for the Storm with an eight yard touchdown reception on the first offensive play of the game. Harrold, one of Brown's favorite targets of the night, finished the game with 104 yards on nine receptions and three touchdowns.

 
Written by Kayley Shade, Storm Media Intern

Sioux Falls, SD- The Sioux Falls Storm (6-0) will host the Iowa Barnstormers (2-4) in a week eight battle on April 25th at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center at 7:05 pm. A&B Business Solutions will present the game.

Be sure to arrive early, as the first 3,000 Storm fans will receive a free Storm koozie. Thanks to our wonderful sponsors at A&B Business Solutions.

 
Written by Kayley Shade, Storm Media Intern

UPDATE:

Due to inclement weather in Denver that has canceled many flights, the SiouxFalls Storm football team can not make it into the Tri-Cities in time for thegame tonight (Friday) night. The game will be rescheduled to Saturday, April18th, with a kickoff time of 9:05pm Central.


Sioux Falls, SD-The Sioux Falls Storm (5-0) will face the Tri-Cities Fever (4-2) in a week eight battle. The game will kick off at 9:05 pm Central Time in Washington this Friday, April 17th.
 
Written by Kayley Shade, Storm Media Intern

Sioux Falls, SD: The Sioux Falls Storm won their fifth game of the season against the Colorado Ice with a 70-41 victory. The two teams traded shots throughout the game but the Storm would ultimately prevail.

The Ice would be the first to strike after a five-yard rushing touchdown by Julian Laing increasing the score to 7-0. Tory Harrison would help cut the lead to 7-6 after a one-yard rushing touchdown. Kyle Kaiser and Brandon Mitchell would connect on a 28-yard touchdown to increase Colorado's lead to 14-6. The Ice would score again after Brandon Mitchell ran in a six-yard touchdown putting the Ice on top 21-6. The Storm would capitalize at the end of the first quarter with a nine-yard touchdown reception by Judd Harrold cutting the lead to 21-13.
 
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