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Written by Kaylie Behring, Storm Media Intern

Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm won their eleventh game against the Green Bay Blizzard on Saturday, May 21st in a 58-24 battle.

The Blizzard would be the first to score after Colby Goodwyn ran in a two-yard touchdown, to give the Blizzard an early 7-0 lead. Storm wide receiver Mike Tatum answered back with a quick one-yard run into the end zone to tie the game 7-7. After an interception by Matt Hermanson in the Blizzard end zone, the Storm would score again when Lorenzo Brown ran in a nine-yard touchdown, putting the Strom in the lead, 14-7.

Zeke Arevalo of the Blizzard would then kick in a 26-yard field goal, to bring the score to 14-10. The Storm answered with back-to-back touchdowns when Mike Tatum and Lorenzo Brown connected for a 22-yard pass, and Caleb Holley for a three-yard catch, ending the quarter 28-10.

Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm (10-1) will host the Green Bay Blizzard (3-8) in a week twelve clash for a Salute to Military Night. Dakotaland Autoglass will be the game's sponsor.

The team's annual Salute to Military Night will host many activities in-and-around the game that honors local veterans and active duty members of the military. All military personnel active and retired will receive a free ticket and can purchase unlimited $5 tickets for family and friends.

The Storm defeated the Empire, 63-50 at the Storm Shelter last weekend. In that game, Lorenzo brown finished the game with 140 yards, five touchdowns, and one interception, as well as 49 rushing yards, and one touchdown. Mike Tatum finished with 49 rushing yards and one touchdown, 24 receiving yards and one touchdown. Brandon Johnson-Farrell ended with 38 rushing yards and one touchdown. Korey Williams had 20 rushing yards and one touchdown. Caleb Holley caught six passes for 110 yards and scored four touchdowns. The Storm defense tailed 55 tackles, four interceptions and three pass break-ups.

Written by Kaylie Behring, Storm Media Intern

Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm improved to 10-1 after winning against the Spokane Empire on May 14th at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, where the Storm won 63-50.

The Empire would score first in the game when Charles Dowdell connected with Trevor Kennedy for a 19 yard pass, giving the Empire an early 0-6 lead. Sioux Falls fired back when Korey Williams ran in a six-yard touchdown, putting them in the lead at 7-6. Jefferson Hayes of Spokane scored after a two-yard pass, bringing the score to 7-14. The Storm answered back when Caleb Holley connected for a 28 yard pass, and Tyler Knight kept the momentum going with a rouge point, putting them back in the lead at 15-14. Carl Sims scored the final touchdown of the first quarter after a 17 yard pass, bringing the score to 15-20.

Opening the second quarter, Lorenzo Brown found Caleb Holley for a four-yard pass, making it a 22-20 ball game. Spokane would answer with a six-yard touchdown reception to Trevor Kennedy, and a successful two-point conversion attempt putting the Empire on top at 22-28. The Storm recaptured the lead after Caleb Holley and Lorenzo Brown connected for the third time of the night after a 24 yard touchdown pass. Sioux Falls would score again with 33 seconds left on the clock after a 16 yard touchdown pass to Mike Tatum, ending the half with the Storm leading 36-28.

Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm (9-1) take on Spokane Empire (8-1) this Saturday night for a 7:05 PM kickoff. Both teams boast the first place spot in their respective conferences. Sioux Falls Specialty Hospital and Orthopedic Institute will present the game.

This game will serve as a fundraiser designed around the theme Sack Cancer benefiting a non-profit organization known as SURVIVEiT that provides anyone affected by cancer with immediate access to the combined knowledge and experience of a global community of doctors, cancer survivors, and allies. Matt Ellefson, a Sioux Falls businessman and six-time survivor of Lung Cancer, created and founded SURVIVEiT.

The Storm defeated the Wichita Falls Nighthawks, 66-58 in a nail-biting game on May 6th at Kay Yeager Coliseum in Texas. The Storm had a rough first half but was able to rally and take the lead in the early minutes of the second half.

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