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As spring finally arrives, the Storm season is in full swing. Our organization prides itself increating great guest experiences for our fans. While consistently engaging with our fan base, we have worked to make several improvements throughout the years in this area.

We wanted to directly communicate with you about the most recent decision that we made along with theDenny Sanford PREMIER Center. Effective Saturday, April 21st, horns and noisemakers (commonly known as Vuvuzelas) will not be allowed at Strom games. With feedback from many of our longtime fans, this action has been taken to strengthen the guest experience for all our Storm fans.

We hope you understandour decision and appreciate our dedication to the guest experience of the greatest fans in the league. I look forward to seeing you at tomorrow's game!

Best Regards,

Todd Tryon

Week 9 2018 Season Sioux Falls Storm
Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Media Relations

SIOUX FALLS, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm (4-2) hosts the Cedar Rapids Titans (1-5) on Saturday, April 21st at 7:05pm in a week nine battle. A&B Business Solutions will serve as the Presenting Sponsor of the game and help give away 400 free hats during this weeks game. There will be numerous events and special promotions going on throughout the night that includes a special fundraiser to benefit Rebekah's Legacy Foundation, which supports families in need and charitable organizations that enrich the lives of children.

The Sioux Falls Storm look to snap a one-game losing streak against the Titans this week. The Storm lost against the Arizona Rattlers 40-48 on April 16th. In that game, Quarterback Lorenzo Brown completed seven of his 18 attempts for 122 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions, while rushing 11 times for 41 yards and two touchdowns. Running back Lyle McCombs had six carries for 69 yards and one touchdown and had two receptions for 22 yards. Wide receiver Mike Tatum caught four passes for a game-high 92 yards and one touchdown, he also rushed four times for 26 yards and one touchdown. Kicker Miles Bergner went a perfect two for two on field goals and hit four out of five extra points. Defensive lineman Chris Martin tallied nine total tackles which led the defense and defensive back Jabari Gorman grabbed one interception.


IFL Week 8 Players of the Week 2018 Sioux Falls StormRB Monroe, DB Hayes and KR McCombs Honored

The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce the Players of the Week for Week 8 of the 2018 IFL season.

Offensive Player of the Week: Darrell Monroe (RB, Arizona Rattlers)

The Arizona Rattlers weathered the Sioux Falls Storm 48-40 in Week 8 and now move to an IFL-best 5-1 record. After placing second in the IFL in rushing last season, Rattlers RB Darrell Monroe had a slow start to the 2018 season, until now. The punishing 6'2, 220 pound running back exploded for 126 yards and four rushing touchdowns against the Storm. In doing so, Monroe became the first player to rush for more than 100 yards in a game this season and his four rushing touchdowns are also the most in the IFL this season. Monroe also added three receptions for 39 yards and finished the game with 165 all-purpose yards. The Arizona Rattlers host the Green Bay Blizzard in Week 9.

Honorable Mention: Grant Rohach (QB, Iowa Barnstormers), Eric Thomas (WR, Nebraska Danger), Lyle McCombs (RB, Sioux Falls Storm), Mike Tatum (WR, Sioux Falls Storm)

Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Media Relations

Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm falls to 4-2 on the season after losing 40-48 against the Arizona Rattlers on Monday, April 16th at the Denny Sanford Premier Center.

Arizona would capitalize off of an interception and be the first to score with an eight-yard pass from Jeff Ziemba to Jamal Miles to go up 0-6 early in the first quarter. Sioux Falls would respond with back to back touchdowns, first with a 12-yard rushing touchdown by Lorenzo Brown and then a 45-yard rushing touchdown by Lyle McCombs putting the Storm on top 14-6. Arizona would answer back with a Darrell Monroe eight-yard rushing touchdown, ending the first quarter with a score of 14-13.

The Rattlers would strike first in the second quarter to retake the lead 20-14 after a 32-yard touchdown pass by Jeff Ziemba to Dezmon Epps. The Storm answered with a 21-yard field goal by Miles Bergner to cut the Rattlers lead to 20-17. Arizona answered with a two-yard touchdown reception by Anthony Amos from Jeff Ziemba, putting the Rattlers up 27-17 at the half.

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