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IFL2017 IFL Hall of Fame2017 Class to be named Thursday, May 25, 2017


THe Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to recognize the 10 finalists for the 2017 class of the IFL Hall of Fame.

The three-member Hall of Fame Class of 2017 will be revealed on Thursday, May 25, 2017. In addition, during game festivities at the 2017 United Bowl, the newest members will be inducted into the Hall of Fame.

IFL fans are encouraged to assist in the selection process. Fans can vote for Hall of Fame finalists via polls on the IFL's official website, www.GoIFL.com, and social media pages using #IFLHOF.

Finalists listed in alphabetic order.

PIG BROWN : (LB, OMAHA BEEF, NEBRASKA DANGER)

Linebacker for the Nebraska Danger and Omaha Beef. Upon his retirement at the conclusion of the 2015 IFL season, Brown ranks second in IFL history with 540 tackles. He registered 18.5 sacks and 15 interceptions during his career. He was an All-IFL selection in 2014. Brown was a standout performer and leader for the Nebraska Danger teams that won three straight Intense Conference Championships (2013-2015). Brown was named to the Nebraska Danger Hall of Fame in 2016. He has since made a successful transition into coaching, currently serving as the Defensive Coordinator for the Danger.

 
 
Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

Sioux Falls Storm Cedar Rapids Titans May 20Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm faced the Cedar Rapids Titans in a week 14 battle of the 2017 Indoor Football season on Saturday, May 20th. The Storm emerged victorious after a 54-20 contest.

The first quarter was controlled by the Storm after scoring three consecutive touchdowns. The first score of the game started with a kick-off return for six from Storm newcomer, Latavious Willis. The next two scores came on the ground after Rolandan Finch rushed for a two-yard touchdown and then a one-yard rushing touchdown by Lorenzo Brown, giving the Storm a 20-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Cedar Rapids would be the first to score in the second quarter after quarterback Brion Carnes took in the QB keeper from six-yards out, bringing the score to 20-6. The Storm would close out the half with a 26-6 lead after Rolandan Finch rushed in a two-yard touchdown.

 
Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

May 20 Sioux Falls Storm Cedar Rapids TitansSioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm (10-1) will host the Cedar Rapids Titans (1-11) on Saturday, May 20th at 7:05pm in a week fourteen battle. Sioux Falls Specialty Hospital and the Orthopedic Institute will present the game.

Be sure to arrive early because the first 1,000 kids 12 and under will receive a free Sioux Falls Storm replica jersey, thanks to our wonderful sponsors at Waterbury Heating & Cooling and Coleman Heating & Air Conditioning. 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.

 

Defensive Player of Week Khaliff MitchellWr Parmalee, DL Mitchell and K Petre Honored


The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce the Vidswap.com Players of the Week for Week 13 of the 2017 IFL season.

Offensive Player of the Week: Tre' Parmalee (WR, Cedar Rapids Titans)

After a rough start to the season, the Cedar Rapids Titans are showing signs of turning things around. The Titans last three games have been decided by 10 total points including the last two games decided in the final seconds. Titans WR Tre' Parmalee did his best to help Cedar Rapids attempt to knock off in-state rival Iowa in Week 13. With just 18 seconds remaining, Parmalee gave the Titans a great shot at upsetting the Barnstormers as he grabbed a 32 yard touchdown to pull the Titans within a two point conversion of tying the game. Parmalee was Cedar Rapids' strongest weapon of the night as he finished the game with 79 receiving yards and four receiving touchdowns on just six receptions. Parmalee and the Titans travel to face the Sioux Falls Storm in Week 14.

Honorable Mention: Damond Powell (WR, Cedar Rapids Titans), Darrell Monroe (RB, Arizona Rattlers), Brion Carnes (QB, Cedar Rapids Titans), Bryan Pray (WR, Spokane Empire)


Defensive Player of the Week: Khaliff Mitchell (DL, Sioux Falls Storm)

The Sioux Falls Storm continue to win games by the time tested approach of running the football and playing great defense. The Storm rushed for five touchdowns and only allowed 114 yards in the team's 44-24 victory over the Green Bay Blizzard. DL Khaliff Mitchell embodied the team's strong nosed defensive approach in Week 13. Mitchell was in the Blizzard's backfield all night long as he finished his night with two sacks, three tackles for loss, five total tackles, one forced fumble, and one pass breakup. Mitchell's forced fumble gave the Storm a short field to capitalize on that gave the Storm a two score lead. Mitchell will help anchor the IFL's top ranked defense as the team takes on the Cedar Rapids Titans in Week 14.

Honorable Mention: Bryce Enyard (DB, Iowa Barnstormers), Joshua Gordon (LB, Arizona Rattlers). Azziz Higgins (LB, Colorado Crush), Tyree Robinson (DB, Spokane Empire)

 
 
Storm versus Blizzard May 13 HomeWritten By Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm defeated the Green Bay Blizzard 44-24 on Saturday, May 13 during a week 13 Indoor Football League battle.

Lorenzo Brown would be the first to score for the Storm after a four-yard touchdown run putting the Storm on top 7-0. Green Bay would answer back after a Darry Ragsdale two-yard rushing touchdown to tie the game at 7-7 at the end of the first quarter.

Sioux Falls would score back-to-back to begin the second quarter. First a one-yard rushing touchdown by Jared Elmore and then a five-yard rushing touchdown by Robbie Rouse to extend the Storm's lead 20-7. The Blizzard would end the half down 20-14 after quarterback Matt Behrendt hit Jack Bramswig for a five-yard touchdown.

The third quarter was a back and forth battle with Sioux Falls striking first after a five-yard rushing touchdown by Eric Shufford to put the Storm up 27-14. Green Bay kicker Jeff Budzien hit a 24-yard field goal to bring the Blizzard within 10. Lorenzo Brown would end the third quarter with a four-yard rushing touchdown extending the Storm's lead 34-17.

 
Livestream starts at 7:05 CST Sioux Falls @ Green Bay Week 13 in the IFL

 
Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

SIOUX FALLS, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm (9-1) will travel to Wisconsin to take on the Green Bay Blizzard (2-9) in a week 13 contest on Saturday, May 13th at 7:05pm.

Last week the Storm Storm emerged with a 62-32 victorious over the Spokane Empire, Quarterback Lorenzo Brown completed four of eight passes for 49 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions, he also rushed 17 times for 70 yards and three scores. Robbie Rouse had eight rushes for 31 yards. Eric Shufford scored on both of his rushing attempts. Jared Elmore caught three passes for 38 yards. Knight tallied 8.5 total tackles and 1.5 sacks to go along with his interception. Carlton Watkins also had an interception for the Storm.

SIOUX FALLS, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm (9-1) will travel to Wisconsin to take on the Green Bay Blizzard (2-9) in a week 13 contest on Saturday, May 13th at 7:05pm.
Last week the Blizzard lost their seventh straight game after losing 41-34 to the Iowa Barnstormers. Blizzard quarterback Matt Behrendt completed 12 of 21 passes for 145 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. While Blizzard receivers Dorian Buford reeled in two receptions for 31 yards and Jack Bramswig grabbed four receptions for 78 yards and one touchdown. Running back Darryan Ragsdale rushed ten times for 19 yards and one touchdown. The Blizzard defense had 50 total tackles, one forced fumble and four pass break-ups.

You can cheer on the Storm by watching online through YouTube, listening to Rich Roste on KWSN or by going to the live viewing party at Eastway Lounge.
 
Do you ever wish you could dance and cheer with a professional cheerleader and perform in front of the best fans in the Sioux Empire? Now is YOUR chance! The Sioux Falls Storm Lightning Girls will be hosting their 13th Annual Jr. Lightning Girl camp on Saturday, May 20th, 2017. Camp is open to girls ages 4 to 14. Girls will learn both Cheer and Dance routines and will be the halftime feature for that evening's game against the Cedar Rapids Titans. Cost of camp will be $35.00 pre-registration or $45.00 day of; this will include choreography, cheers, camp T-shirt and ticket to the evening game.

**Additional tickets may be purchased for $5.00 each. If purchasing additional tickets please add price into payment of camp**

When: Saturday, May 20th

Camp Registration: 10:00AM

Location: Denny Sanford Premier Center

Camp Time: 10:30AM - Noon


 

Tyler Knight Defense Player of WeekQB Partridge, LB Knight and KR Pearson Honored


The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce the Vidswap.com Players of the Week for Week 12 of the 2017 IFL season.

Offensive Player of the Week: Travis Partridge (QB, Iowa Barnstormers)

The Iowa Barnstormers won their sixth game in a row during Week 12 by edging the Green Bay Blizzard 41-34 in dramatic fashion. With just three seconds remaining, QB Travis Partridge bulldozed his way into the endzone to give Iowa the victory. Partridge was the key to Iowa's offense all night long as his game-winning touchdown run was his fifth rushing touchdown of the night, tying for most in the IFL in 2017. Partridge finished his night rushing 17 times for 77 yards and five touchdowns. In addition, he also completed 9 or 23 passes for 106 yards. With his five touchdown performance, Partridge now leads the IFL in rushing touchdowns with 14. The Iowa Barnstormers face in-state rival the Cedar Rapids Titans in Week 13.

Honorable Mention: Brion Carnes (QB, Cedar Rapids Titans), Sean Goldrich (QB, Colorado Crush), Darrell Monroe (RB, Arizona Rattlers), Verlon Reed (QB, Salt Lake Screaming Eagles)

 
 
Sioux Falls Storm vs Spokane Empire May 6 ScoreWritten by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

Sioux Falls, SD -
The Sioux Falls Storm played in a rematch of the 2016 United Bowl against the Spokane Empire on Saturday, May 6th at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center where the Storm emerged with a 62-32 victory.

The Empire won the toss and deferred to the second half. Empire kicker Brendon Garcia's kickoff hit the turf near the ten yard line, but bounced back where it was recovered by the Empire at the Storm 11 yard line. Spokane QB Charles Dowdell scored on a six-yard run and the Empire were the first to score, giving them a 0-7 lead. The Storm would tie the game after a nine-yard quarterback keeper by Lorenzo Brown, ending the first quarter with a 7-7 game.

The Sioux Falls Storm would score back-to-back touchdowns to begin the second quarter. First, Lorenzo Brown would connect with Drew Powell for an 11-yard touchdown and then Lorenzo Brown would plunge in a one-yard run, giving the Storm 21-7 lead. Spokane would cut the lead to 21-14 to end the half after quarterback Charles Dowdell hit Samuel Charles for a 12-yard touchdown.

 
 


Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

SiouxFalls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm (8-1) returns home after two weeks on the road to face the Spokane Empire (7-2) in a week twelve clash on Saturday, May 6th for a 7:05 pm kickoff.


Thanks to Arby's, KSFY-TV and KRRO Radio 103.7, the Storm will be able to provide fans with a "2-for-1 Ticket Offer" on all seats in the Cyclone and Updraft sections for the game. The fans can take advantage of the special ticket offer by picking up a Storm game $10 coupon at any of the four Arby's restaurant locations in Sioux Falls. The Storm will donate 50% of every purchase from the Arby's coupon to the Feeding South Dakota BackPack Program. In addition, all fans attending the game are asked to bring in as many boxes of Macaroni & Cheese as possible to help create a Noisemaker Night theme. Shake your boxes to cheer on the Storm. During the 4th quarter, fans will be able to donate their Macaroni & Cheese boxes to "Feeding South Dakota" and enter into a drawing for changes to win special prizes.


 
 
Nighthawks versus Storm Final Score April 29Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

Sioux Falls, SD -
The Sioux Falls Storm traveled to Wichita Falls for a battle of the top two teams in the United Conference on Saturday, April 29th. The Wichita Falls Nighthawks proved to be too much for the Sioux Falls Storm as the Nighthawks won 44-36.

The first quarter was a back and forth battle but Sioux Falls would score first after a one-yard run by Rashard Smith. Wichita Falls answered back with a six-yard run from Tyler Williams. Justin Syrovatka would put the Storm ahead 10-7 after a successful 21-yard field goal. The Nighthawks would end the first quarter with a three-yard rushing touchdown by Tyler Williams and a 10-14 lead.

The Storm would hit another 21-yard field goal by Justin Syrovatka to cut the lead to 13-14. The Nighthawks would extend their lead to 13-21 after a Tyler Williams four-yard run. Robbie Rouse, the Storm's running back, answered back with a one-yard rushing touchdown bringing the Storm within two points. The Nighthawks quarterback Charles McCullum threw a 19-yard touchdown to Troy Evans to give them a 19-28 lead at the half.

 
 
Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

April 29th Sioux Falls Storm vs Wichita Falls NighthawksSioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm (8-0) will face the Wichita Falls Nighthawks (7-2) on Saturday, April 29th at 7:05pm. In this week 11 contest, the top two teams in the United Conference will face off for the second time during the 2017 season.

The last time the Sioux Falls Storm faced the Wichita Falls Nighthawks was at the Storm Shelter on March 25th where the Storm emerged victorious 55-21. In that game, Quarterback Lorenzo Brown completed 19 of 21 passes for 187 yards and four touchdowns. Running back Robbie Rouse carried the ball 13 times for 38 yards and three touchdowns. Wide receiver Mike Tatum caught eight passes for 87 yards and three touchdowns, while wide-out Melvin German tallied eight grabs for 76 yards and one touchdown. Defensive backs J'Vontez Blackmon, Carlton Watkins, Fred Barnes and Rashard Smith each grabbed an interception. Blackmon led the Storm with seven tackles.

 
 
Storm vs Blizzard April 22Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm won in a tightly contested battle against the Green Bay Blizzard on Saturday, April 22nd. The Storm would emerge victorious after a 56-49 contest.

The first quarter was controlled by Green Bay having three successful scoring drives giving the Blizzard an early 17-0 lead. Jasen Odeon started the scoring run after plunging in a one-yard run. Next, Dorian Buford reeled in a 16-yard pass from Matt Behrendt. Jered Fohrrman ended the first half with a successful 25-yard field goal.

Sioux Falls would get on the board for the first time of the game after Lorenzo Brown found Korey Williams for a four-yard touchdown bringing the score to 17-7. The Blizzard would answer back with a five-yard run from quarterback Matt Behrendt helping extend the Blizzard lead 23-7. The Storm would score back-to-back touchdowns to bring the Storm within two-points after Lorenzo Brown and Korey Williams would connect for a 20-yard touchdown and then Lorenzo Brown kept the quarterback keeper for another touchdown, cutting the Blizzard's lead to 23-21. Matt Behrendt would hit Jack Bramswig, helping the Blizzard's lead come to 30-21. The Storm would end the half with an eight-yard touchdown from Lorenzo Brown to Dominic Goodman putting the score at 30-28.

 
 
April 22 Sioux Falls Storm 2017Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

Sioux Falls, SD -
The Sioux Falls Storm (7-0) will travel to Wisconsin to take on the Green Bay Blizzard (2-6) in a week ten contest on Saturday, April 22nd at 7:05pm.

Last week the Storm defeated the Blizzard 55-33, Quarterback Lorenzo Brown completed 9 of 13 passes for 122 yards and three touchdowns. Robbie Rouse carried the ball 10 times for 26 yards and one touchdown. Korey Williams caught three passes for 40 yards and one touchdown, while rushing for 10 yards and one touchdown. Elijah Fields grabbed one interception. Tyler Knight led the Storm with ten total tackles while the Thunder Defense sacked Blizzard quarterback Matt Behrendt six times.

 
 

Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing


SIOUX FALLS, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm battled the Green Bay Blizzard on Saturday, April 15th for a week nine contest

at the Denny Sanford Premier Center where the Storm defeated the Blizzard 55-33.


Lorenzo Brown connected with Korey Williams on a 19-yard pass to put the Storm on top 6-0 on the Storm's opening drive. Green Bay would cut the Storm's lead in half after a successful 26-yard field goal attempt by Jared Fohrrman. Sioux Falls would end the first quarter with a 13-3 lead after Robbie Rouse plunged into the end zone from two-yards out.


The Storm began the second quarter with a one-yard rushing touchdown by Korey Williams, extending the Storm's lead to 20-3. The Blizzard would answer quickly after Jack Bramswig reeled in a 40-yard pass from Matt Behrendt and then the Blizzard defense would stop the Storm in the end zone for a team safety, cutting the lead to 20-12. The Sioux Falls Storm would score back-to-back touchdowns when Lorenzo Brown took in a seven-yard quarterback keeper and then Mike Tatum caught a 19-yard reception from Lorenzo Brown, expanding the Storm's lead 33-12. Blizzard quarterback Matt Behrendt would connect with Dorian Buford to bring the score to 33-19. The Storm ended the half with a lead of 36-19 after Justin Syrovatka booted a 32-yard field goal.

 

 

Syrovatka Special Teams Player of WeekQB Sokol, LB Jones and K Syrovatka Honored

The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce the Vidswap.com Players of the Week for Week 8 of the 2017 IFL Season.

Offensive Player of the Week: Cody Sokol (QB, Arizona Rattlers)

After a tough start to their season and their IFL tenure, the Arizona Rattlers have rebounded winning three of their last four games. Under the leadership of new QB Cody Sokol, the Rattlers edged the first-place Nebraska Danger 39-36 in Week 8. Down by one point with 3:26 remaining in the fourth quarter, Sokol (6'2, 205, Louisiana Tech) led the Rattlers on eight play, 29 yard drive that consumed all the remaining time and culminated in a game-winning FG from K Sawyer Petre. Sokol provided clutch plays on the final drive as he connected with WR Anthony Amos on a key fourth down conversion. Sokol finished the game completing 17 of 30 passes for 165 yards and four passing touchdowns. He also added nine rushes for 33 yards. The Arizona Rattlers take on the Salt Lake Screaming Eagles in Week 9.

Honorable Mention: Ryan Balentine (WR, Iowa Barnstormers), Travis Partridge (QB, Iowa Barnstormers), Darryan Ragsdale (RB, Green Bay Blizzard), Verlon Reed (QB, Salt Lake Screaming Eagles)

 
April 15 Sioux Falls StormWritten by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm (6-0) hosts the Green Bay Blizzard (2-5) on Saturday, April 15th at 7:05pm in a week nine battle. Waterbury Heating & Cooling/Coleman Heating & Air Conditioning will present the game.

This Saturday the Sioux Falls Storm will be hosting a special fundraiser to benefit Mary Reiser, the long-time CEO at Fonder Sewing Company. Mary has been courageously battling cancer and now recovering from a bone marrow transplant at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

The Storm defeated the Cedar Rapids Titans, 46-21 on Saturday, April 8th. In that game, quarterback Lorenzo Brown completed 7-of-22 pass attempts for 93 yards and one touchdown. He also added seven rush attempts for 24 yards on the ground with two scores. Robbie Rouse tallied 15 rush attempts for 74 yards. Melvin German led the Storm receiving effort as he hauled in four receptions for 64 yards and one touchdown. Defensively, Tyler Knight and Elijah Fields led the Storm with five total tackles. Elijah Fields and Matt Hermanson each recorded interceptions.

 
Kurtiss Riggs Show 04-10-2017
 

Storm Move to 6-0 in the Indoor Football Leauge

Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm defeated the Cedar Rapids Titans on Saturday, April 8 in a week eight contest with a final score of 46-21.

Sioux Falls jumped out to an early 9-0 lead after Justin Syrovatka went a perfect three for three on field goals. The Storm would score back-to-back touchdowns to start the second quarter. Melvin German would haul in a pass from Lorenzo Brown and then Chris Baker recovered a fumble in the end zone, extending the Storm's lead 23-0. Cedar Rapids quickly answered after Brion Carnes and Marcus Barnett would connect, cutting the lead to 23-7. Lorenzo Brown charged into the end zone to increase the Storm's lead to 30-7. Cedar Rapids would score after Brion Carnes connected with Tre' Parmalee to close the gap to 30-15 after a successful two-point conversion.

Justin Syrovatka kicked a successful 14-yard field goal before the half would expire with the Storm leading 33-15.
Justin Syrovatka put the Storm up early in the third quarter after putting a 30-yard field through the uprights, stretching the Storm's lead to 36-15. Lorenzo Brown would then end the third quarter with a score of 43-15 after a 13-yard rushing touchdown.

To start the fourth quarter, Justin Syrovatka booted another one through the uprights to widen the gap 46-21. The Titans answered back after Julian Hayes reeled in a three-yard pass from Brion Carnes to end the game with a score of 46-21.

 
 
Storm versus Titans April 8Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

Sioux Falls, SD -
The Sioux Falls Storm (5-0) will take on the Cedar Rapids Titans (1-5) on Saturday, April 8th at 7:05 PM in a week eight contest.

The Sioux Falls Storm faced the Wichita Falls Nighthawks on March 25th where they won their fifth game of the season after a 55-21 victory. Quarterback Lorenzo Brown completed 19 of 21 passes for 187 yards and four touchdowns. Robbie Rouse carried the ball 13 times for 38 yards and three touchdowns. Mike Tatum caught eight passes for 87 yards and three touchdowns, while Melvin German tallied eight grabs for 76 yards and one touchdown. J'Vontez Blackmon, Carlton Watkins, Fred Barnes and Rashard Smith each grabbed an interception. Blackmon led the Storm with seven tackles.

The Cedar Rapids Titans are looking to extend a one game win streak after defeating the Green Bay Blizzard 41-37 on April 1st. Quarterback Brion Carnes completed 19-27 passes for 151 yards and two touchdowns, along with 23 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Damond Powell caught six passes for 46 yards and one touchdown. The Titans defense tallied 34 tackles, one sack and two pass break-ups.

 

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Mike Tatum Week 6 Offensive Player of the WeekWR Tatum, DB Hardy-Tuliau and K Gable Honored


The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce the Vidswap.com Players of the Week for Week 6 of the 2017 IFL season.

Offensive Player of the Week: Mike Tatum (WR, Sioux Falls Storm)

The Sioux Falls Storm disassembled the Wichita Falls Nighthawks in Week 6, defeating the previously unbeaten team 55-21. The Storm remain the only undefeated team in the IFL in part to WR Mike Tatum's prolific scoring. Tatum (5'10, Oxnard College), scored four touchdowns on the day with three coming through the air and one coming on the ground. His 24 points scored tied the IFL lead for most in a game this season. Tatum bookended a successful game for the Storm has he scored both the first and last touchdowns of the night for Sioux Falls. Tatum finished the game leading the team with eight receptions for 87 yards and three touchdowns. He also rushed one time for eight yards and a touchdown. The Sioux Falls Storm enjoy a bye week in Week 7 before traveling to face the Cedar Rapids Titans on April 8.

Honorable Mention: Lorenzo Brown (QB, Sioux Falls Storm), Ketrich Harmon (RB, Arizona Rattlers), Verlon Reed (QB, Salt Lake Screaming Eagles), Marquel Willis (WR, Green Bay Blizzard).

 
Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

Nighthawks versus Sioux Falls StormSioux Falls, SD -
The Sioux Falls Storm faced the Wichita Falls Nighthawks at the Storm Shelter on March 25th where they won their fifth game of the season with a 55-21 victory. After tonight's triumph, the Sioux Falls Storm has won 65 consecutive home games.

The Nighthawks would be the first to strike after a 22-yard field goal by Rockne Belmonte to bring the score to 0-3. The Storm would score back-to-back touchdowns after Lorenzo Brown would connect with Mike Tatum for a 21-yard reception and then Korey Williams for a 29-yard reception, putting the Storm on top 14-3 at the end of the first quarter.

Starting the second quarter, the Nighthawks would strike first with a 25-yard field goal by Rockne Belmonte, bringing the score to 14-6. Sioux Falls answered back when Robbie Rouse charged into the end zone, increasing the Storm's lead to 21-6. Wichita Falls would score after Tyler Williams ran in a three-yard touchdown, to bring the score to 21-13. The Storm would end the half when Mike Tatum reeled in the 15-yard pass from Lorenzo Brown bringing the score to 28-13.

For Recap of the game and coach and player interviews, watch this weeks episode of THE KURTISS RIGGS SHOW from KWSN Radio. Replay brought to you by Boyer Trucks.


 

Live Stream Wichita Falls Night Hawks @ Sioux Falls Storm




 
March 25 2017 Sioux Falls StormWritten by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm (4-0) hosts the Wichita Falls Nighthawks (4-0) on Saturday, March 25th at 7:05pm in a week six battle. Sioux Falls Federal Credit Union and KSFY-TV will present the game.

Saturday will be a special NIGHT OF HOPE & CARING where the Sioux Falls Storm is proudly teaming up with the Sioux Falls School District and our partners at Sioux Falls Federal Credit Union and KSFY-TV, for an event that is going to "Level the Playing Field" for every Sioux Falls Elementary Public School with fundraising needs.

The Storm defeated the Iowa Barnstormers, 70-13 on Monday, March 20th. In that game, Quarterback Lorenzo Brown completed 11 of 13 passes for 112 yards and three touchdowns along with two rushing touchdowns. Robbie Rouse carried the ball 15 times for 78 yards and three touchdowns. Mike Tatum caught four passes for 46 yards and two touchdowns, while Melvin German tallied six grabs for 61 yards and one touchdown. Matt Hermanson, Tyler Knight and Rashard Smith each had an interception. Hermanson led the Storm with 10 tackles.

 
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