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Written by Kayley Shade, Storm Media Intern

Sioux Falls, SD? The Sioux Falls Storm faced the Iowa Barnstormers on May 2nd in Des Moines, Iowa.

The Sioux Falls Storm remains undefeated after beating the Iowa Barmstormers!

The Storm would be the first to score and from there would never relinquish the lead. Rolandan Finch II got the action started for the Storm with a rushing touchdown on the first offensive drive of the game. Finch, the 5'10" running back from Boston College owned the longest play of the night with a 45-yard touchdown run finished the game with 77 yards, five rushing attempts for 63 yard and 14 yards on one reception with a total of three touchdowns.

Storm quarterback, Lorenzo Brown threw for 65 yards while completing 6 of 12 of his passes, throwing a total of two touchdowns. Brown also rushed for 54 yards on nine attempts and three touchdowns.

James Terry finished the game with 28 yards off of four receptions while collecting one touchdown. Terry also rushed for 10 yards on two attempts. While the Thunder Defense had one sack, one forced fumble, two fumble recoveries, two interceptions and three pass breakups.

The Sioux Falls Storm will face the Green Bay Blizzard on May 8th at the Storm Shelter, where kickoff is set for 7:05pm.
 
Sioux Falls, SD April 30, 2015
As the Sioux Falls Storm is approaching the second half of their season, veteran Storm player, Cory Johnsen, is continuing his efforts to support local veterans through Sacks for Cash.
Sacks for Cash is a charitable program, founded by Johnsen in 2008, which helps raise funds for local nonprofits within the Sioux Falls community. Donations are raised per sack that the Storm "Thunder" Defense tallies during the season. This season, Volunteers of America, Dakotas' veteran programming will receive the funds.
Becky Deelstra, Managing Director of Business and Marketing with Volunteers of America, Dakotas commented on the partnership.
"There are so many organizations in our community that are helping people. We are incredibly honored to be the recipient of dollars raised by Sacks for Cash. Money raised by this program will directly impact Veterans in our community through our Veterans Outreach, Berakhah House and our Veterans Per Diem Programs."
So far this season the Storm "Thunder" Defense has procured 23 sacks, helping raise $3,489. Johnsen hopes to raise $10,000 total for local veterans.
"We are not quite to our halfway goal of $5,000, however I know we can get there with the continued support of this community. Together we can raise a significant amount of money to help enhance the lives of veterans in South Dakota," Johnsen said.
If you would like to donate to Sacks for Cash, please visit Sacks For Cash on Facebook, or email Cory at SacksForCash@outlook.com

About Sacks for Cash
Sacks for Cash is a charitable program founded in 2008 by Cory Johnsen 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.

Contact: Cory Johnsen, Founder of Sacks for Cash
605-274-2656
sacksforcash@outlook.com
 
Written by Kayley Shade, Storm Media Intern

Sioux Falls, SD- The Sioux Falls Storm (7-0) will face the Iowa Barnstormers (2-5) in a week ten battle on May 2nd. The game will kickoff at 7:05 pm in Iowa.

Last week, the Sioux Falls Storm won their seventh game of the season against the Iowa Barnstormers with an 87-11 victory. Judd Harrold finished the game with 104 yards on nine receptions and three touchdowns. Storm quarterback, Lorenzo Brown threw for 187 yards while completing 16 of 21 of his passes, throwing a total of four touchdowns and one interception. Brown also rushed for eight yards on two attempts.

The Barnstormers lost against the Sioux Falls Storm last week, 87-11. Robbie Nallenweg threw ten completions for 46 yards and two interceptions. Robbie Rouse led the Barnstormers in rushing with 40 yards. The leading receiver for the Barnstormers was Johnny Thomas who brought in four passes for 33 yards. The Barnstormers offense finished with 87 total yards.

You can cheer the Storm by watching online at http://ifllive.tv/landing/index, listening to Rich Roste on the Storm's USTREAM and/or by going to the live viewing party at EastWay Bowl.
 
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.

 
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