STORM FAN BUS TO IOWA

Saturday, June 29th

Depart Storm Office (69th & Southeastern): 10:00am
Return: Immediately following the game

Cost: $50/person (includes ticket in Storm section)
Storm fans can bring food, beverage and chairs along to tailgate.

Purchase here by Thursday at noon

Storm Fans that prefer to drive separately can still purchase tickets in the Storm section by clicking here


STORM SURVIVE SUGAR SKULLS 

Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Media Relations

SIOUX FALLS, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm moved to 12-3 after defeating the Tucson Sugar Skulls 50-47 on Sunday, June 23. 

The Sioux Falls Storm moved to 12-3 after defeating the Tucson Sugar Skulls 50-47 on Sunday, June 23.
The Sugar Skulls would be the first to score to take an early 0-6 lead after Jake Medlock Shaquan Curenton for a 14-yard touchdown. The Storm answered with a two-yard rushing touchdown by Calen Campbell and a successful extra point by Parker Douglass, giving the Storm a 7-6 lead.  

The Storm would be the first to score in the second quarter after a two-yard rushing touchdown by Lorenzo Brown, giving the Storm a 13-7 lead. The Sugar Skulls take a 13-14 lead after a 31-yard touchdown pass by Jake Medlock to Jarid Brown and then a one-point rouge after stopping the Storm from getting the kickoff out of the end zone. The Storm would re-take a 20-14 lead after a five-yard rushing touchdown by Lorenzo Brown. The Sugar Skulls would end the half with all 20-21 lead after an eight-yard touchdown pass by Jake Medlock to Jarid Brown. 

The Storm took an early 23-21 lead in the third quarter after a 28-yard field goal by Parker Douglass.The Sugar Skulls would re-take a 23-28 lead after a 30-yard touchdown pass by Jake Medlock to Jeremiah Harris. The Storm would score on back to back drives to take a 36-28 lead at the end of the quarter; the first score was a 12-yard touchdown pass by Lorenzo Brown to Damian Ford and then a one-yard rushing touchdown by Lorenzo Brown. 

The Sugar Skulls would be the first to score in the fourth quarter after a six-yard touchdown pass by Jake Medlock to Jeremiah Harris to bring the score to 36-34. The Storm answered with a six-yard rushing touchdown by Lorenzo Brown to put the Storm up 43-34. The Sugar Skulls would respond with a 12-yard touchdown pass by Jake Medlock Shaquan Curenton to bring the score to 43-41. The Storm answered with a seven-yard rushing touchdown by Calen Campbell to give the Storm a 50-41 lead. The Sugar Skulls would end the game with a two-yard rushing touchdown by Matt Behrendt and an unsuccessful two-point conversion to bring the final score to 50-47. 

Quarterback Lorenzo Brown had 107 yards and one touchdown. He also had 52 rushing yards and four touchdowns. Running back Calen Campbell had 35 yards and two touchdowns. Wide receiver Damian Ford had 43 yards and one touchdown. Kicker Parker Douglass made one field goal and five extra points. Linebacker T.J. Neal led the Thunder Defense with 10 tackles and one block. Defensive linemen Charles Williams had one sack and Malcolm Goines had 2.5 tackles for loss and one block. 

The Sioux Falls Storm advance to the second round of playoffs after defeating the Tucson Sugar Skulls. The Storm will face the Iowa Barnstormers on Saturday, June 29 in Des Moines for a 7:05 PM kickoff.  

STORM HOST TUCSON IN FIRST ROUND OF PLAYOFFS 

Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Media Relations

SIOUX FALLS, SD - The #3 seeded Sioux Falls Storm (11-3) will host the #6 seeded Tucson Sugar Skulls (7-7) in the first round of playoffs this Sunday, June 23. Kickoff is set for 3:05 PM at the Denny Sanford Premier Center. The show will start at 2:45 PM. Sioux Falls Specialty Hospital and Orthopedic Institute will serve as the presenting sponsor of the game.  

The Storm will make their 18th appearance in the playoffs while trying to bring home an 11th championship. The
 SIOUX FALLS, SD - The #3 seeded Sioux Falls Storm (11-3) will host the #6 seeded Tucson Sugar Skulls (7-7) in the first round of playoffs this Sunday, June 23.
Storm last played the Bismarck Bucks in the 2019 regular season finale where the Storm won 65-54. In that game, quarterback Lorenzo Brown completed 12 passes for 179 yards, four touchdowns and one interception. He also had 28 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Running back Nolan Saraceni had 75 rushing yards and three touchdowns. Wide receiver Brandon Sheperd had 71 yards and one touchdown, Damian Ford had 55 yards and two touchdowns and Kent Shelby had 41 yards and one touchdown. Kicker Parker Douglass made one field goal and eight extra points. Linebacker T.J. Neal lead the Thunder Defense with seven tackles. Defensive back Tre Dickerson had one tackle for loss, Rick Rumph had one interception and two pass break-ups, Lorenzo White had one interception and three pass break-ups and Trey Wafford had one interception. Defensive Linemen Kevin Thompson and Charles Williams had .5 sack. 

The Sugar Skulls last played the Quad City Steamwheelers in the 2019 regular season finale where the Sugar Skulls won 55-50, to secure their spot in the playoffs in their inaugural season. In that game, quarterback Matt Behrendt completed 8 of 11 passes for 96 yards and three touchdowns. Behrendt and running back Mike Jones combined for 169 rushing yards with 116 coming from Jones. Wide receiver Rico Brown had 55 yards and two touchdowns. The Sugar Skulls defense had 46 tackles, one sack, two tackles for loss, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, two interceptions and three pass break-ups.  

Individual Storm game tickets are on sale at the Premier Center Box Office or online through www.ticketmaster.com.

STORM ANNOUNCE PLAYOFF HALFTIME SHOW 

Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Media Relations

SIOUX FALLS, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm is excited to announce the halftime show for Sunday’s playoffs game will be a concert by Denham.  

Denham is a South Dakota grown pop musician that's been making some racket in the Midwest. Living in an area where Country and Rock are the predominant genres, Denham's versatility and unique sound has landed him on some of the largest stages our area has to offer. Coming off his first tour last November, Denham has seen a decent level of success despite his late start in his music career. Denham has played over 200 shows in eight different states and had his music played over half of a million times across all platforms. 

“Denham is an incredible musician and showman with a growing reach and fanbase.  All of which will be on display at halftime on Sunday,” said GameDay Operations Director Eric Van Beek. “We're really excited to have him as part of our team.” 

See Denham live at the Sioux Falls Storm game by purchasing tickets though the Premier Center Box Office or online through www.ticketmaster.com.

STORM WIN REGULAR SEASON FINALE 

Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Media Relations

SIOUX FALLS, SD -   The Sioux Falls Storm improved to 11-3 after defeating the Bismarck Bucks 65-54 on Saturday,
The Sioux Falls Storm improved to 11-3 after defeating the Bismarck Bucks 65-54 on Saturday, June 15 at the Denny Sanford Premier Center.
June 15 at the Denny Sanford Premier Center. 

The Storm would score first with a three-yard rushing touchdown by Nolan Saraceni to put the Storm on top 7-0. The Bucks responded with a 47-yard touchdown pass by Tasleem Wilson to Eric Lauderdale to tie the game. The Storm ended the first quarter with a 14-7 lead after Lorenzo Brown found Damian Ford for a nine-yard touchdown.  

The Storm would extend their lead to 21-7 to start the second quarter after a 16-yard touchdown pass by Lorenzo Brown to Kent Shelby. The Bucks would cut the lead to 21-20 after scoring back to back touchdowns; first a 12-yard touchdown pass by Tasleem Wilson to Fredrick Abraham and then a one-yard rushing touchdown by Tasleem Wilson. The Storm ended the half with a 35-20 lead after scoring back to back touchdowns; first a nine-yard touchdown pass by Lorenzo Brown to Brandon Sheperd and then a five-yard rushing touchdown by Nolan Saraceni.  

The third quarter was a back and forth battle. The Bucks were the first to strike with a 15-yard touchdown pass by Tasleem Wilson to Eric Lauderdale, cutting the lead to 35-27. The Storm answered with a 31-yard touchdown pass by Lorenzo Brown to Damian Ford, putting the Storm on top 42-27. The Bucks answered with a two-yard rushing touchdown by Fredrick Abraham, bringing the game to 42-33. The Storm extended their lead to 49-33 after a three-yard rushing touchdown by Nolan Saraceni. The Bucks would end the quarter with a 49-40 deficit after a 45-yard touchdown pass by Tasleem Wilson to William Gibbs.  

The Storm would score on back to back drives to take a 59-40 lead to begin the fourth quarter; first a 22-yard field goal by Parker Douglass and then a two-yard rushing touchdown by Lorenzo Brown. The Bucks would cut the lead to 59-46 after a 50-yard kickoff return by Fredrick Abraham. The Storm extended the lead to 65-46 after a one-yard rushing touchdown by Lorenzo Brown. The Bucks would end the game after a 50-yard kickoff return by William Gibbs, bringing the score to 65-54. 

Quarterback Lorenzo Brown completed 12 passes for 179 yards, four touchdowns and one interception. He also had 28 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Running back Nolan Saraceni had 75 rushing yards and three touchdowns. Wide receiver Brandon Sheperd had 71 yards and one touchdown, Damian Ford had 55 yards and two touchdowns and Kent Shelby had 41 yards and one touchdown. Kicker Parker Douglass made one field goal and eight extra points. Linebacker T.J. Neal lead the Thunder Defense with seven tackles. Defensive back Tre Dickerson had one tackle for loss, Rick Rumph had one interception and two pass break-ups, Lorenzo White had one interception and three pass break-ups and Trey Wafford had one interception. Defensive Linemen Kevin Thompson and Charles Williams had .5 sack.  

The Sioux Falls Storm will be the #3 seed in the IFL playoffs and will host the #6 seed the Tucson Sugar Skulls on Sunday, June 23. Kickoff is set for 3:05 PM at the Denny Sanford Premier Center. 


STORM PREP FOR 2019 REGULAR SEASON FINALE 

Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Media Relations

SIOUX FALLS, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm (10-3) will host the Bismarck Bucks (1-11) at the Denny Sanford Premier Center for a 7:05 PM kickoff on Saturday, June 15. The show will start at 6:45 PM.  

The Sioux Falls Storm (10-3) will host the Bismarck Bucks (1-11) at the Denny Sanford Premier Center for a 7:05 PM kickoff on Saturday, June 15.


Mitchell Roofing & Siding will serve as the presenting sponsor of the game. The Storm will host a Hometown Heroes Night to honor all the local first responders of our community. All first responders can receive a free ticket by going to the Premier Center Box office. 


Also, thanks to A & B Business Solutions, the first 350 father’s to stop at the Fan Information Table will receive a FREE Storm Cap. 


Storm kids, don’t forget to bring all of your trading cards to the fan information table on Saturday for your chance to win a Minnesota Vikings weekend getaway. Show all 7 cards and your name will be entered in to the drawing. 


The Storm look to go undefeated against the Bucks this season. They last faced each other on April 6 where the Storm won 64-31. In that game, quarterback Lorenzo Brown completed nine passes for 213 yards and five touchdowns. Running back Calen Campbell tallied 110 yards and four touchdowns. Wide receivers Kent Shelby had 88 yards for two touchdowns, Brandon Sheperd had 75 yards and one touchdown while Damian Ford had 64 yards and two touchdowns. Defensive back Rick Rumph had one interception. 


Tickets are still available to see the Sioux Falls Storm. Pick up your tickets at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center Box Office or at ticketmaster.com.






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