Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media MarketingSioux 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.