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Written by Kaylie Behring, Storm Media Intern


Sioux Falls, SD? The Sioux Falls Storm improved to 8-1 after winning against the Green Bay Blizzard on April 30th at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, where the Storm won 66-59.


The Storm would strike first in the game when Korey Williams ran in a two-yard touchdown, giving the Storm an early 7-0 lead. Green Bay fired back when Chevelle Buie ran in a three-yard touchdown to tie the game at 7-7. Lorenzo Brown and Mike Tatum connected for a two-yard pass, putting the Storm back on top 13-7. The Blizzard answered with back-to-back touchdowns after Jack Bramswig connected with a 28-yard pass from Matt Behrendt and a Keshauda Spense 47-yard run touchdown, ending the first quarter with a score of 13-20.


 
Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm (7-1) will face the Green Bay Blizzard (2-6) in a week nine battle on Saturday, April 30th, kickoff is at 7:05 pm at the Storm Shelter. The game is sponsored by A&B Business Solutions.

Thanks to A&B Business Solutions, the first 3,000 fans in attendance will receive a free Storm Koozie. Join the Players, Coaches & Storm Girls at KRAV'N Bar & Grill after the April 30th home game. Come see Rich Roste interview the game's top stars, plus take questions from you fans. Great food and beverage specials will be offered all night long and your last chance to register for a chance to win a Budweiser BBQ Grill.

The Storm looks to continue their three-game win streak, while the Blizzard looks for their third win of the season.

 
Written by Kaylie Behring, Storm Media Intern

Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm won their seventh game of the season against the Nebraska Danger with a 62-44 victory. The two teams traded shots throughout the game but the Storm would ultimately prevail.

Lorenzo Brown got the action started for the Storm with an eight-yard quarterback keeper, giving the Storm an early lead at 7-0. Nebraska quickly tied the game up 7-7 when Lyle McCombs caught a 15-yard touchdown pass from Jameel Sewell. Lorenzo Brown answered back with his second rushing touchdown of the game, helping the Storm re-take lead at 14-7. It became a kicker's game when Brendan Hanaphy of the Danger scored a 45-yard field goal bringing the score to 14-10. Justin Syrovatka answered with a 23-yard field goal to put the Storm on top at 17-10, bringing the end of first quarter.

Starting the second quarter, the Storm would strike first with a 25-yard touchdown pass by Lorenzo Brown to Caleb Holley increasing the Storm's lead to 24-10. The Danger would score on their next drive after O.J. Simpson and Jameel Sewell would connect, making it a 24-17 ball game. After a six-play drive, Brown and Holley connect after a two-yard pass for the touchdown increasing the lead to 31-17. Brendan Hanaphy of the Danger kicked a 38-yard field goal closing the lead to 31-20. Korey Williams fired back with a 52-yard kickoff return increasing the Storm's lead to 38-20. Brendan Hanaphy was last to score in the half when he kicked in a 27-yard field goal with 28 seconds left on the clock.

 

Organization Led By Project FANchise To Begin in 2017


Salt Lake City, UT - The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce the addition of an expansion organization located in Salt Lake City, UT and led by Project FANchise, to begin play in 2017.

In a press conference Thursday at the Maverik Center, Project FANchise, a crowd-sourced, real-time engagement platform, announced that the yet-untitled organization will compete at the Maverick Center as part of the IFL in 2017.
 
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