Written by Kayley Shade, Director of Media Relations
SIOUX FALLS, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm (9-3) hosts the Iowa Barnstormers (10-2) on Friday, June 8th at 7:05pm in a week 16 battle.
The game is sponsored by First PREMIER Bank & PREMIER Bankcard. There will be numerous events and special promotions going on throughout the night that includes a special fundraiser to benefit the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Pancreatic Cancer has a survival rate of just 9% and statistically, it has now moved up to become the third
leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the USA.
The Sioux Falls Storm look to extend a three-game win streak against the Barnstormers this week. Sioux Falls beat the Green Bay Blizzard 60-21 last week. In that game, quarterback Lorenzo Brown completed 12 out of 15 passes for 141 yards and five touchdowns. Brown also rushed for 18 yards and one touchdown. Dillion Turner completed five out of six passes for 52 yards and one touchdown while also rushing for nine yards and one touchdown. Judd Harrold and Lyle McCombs each had two touchdowns while Damond Powell and Damien Ford each reeled in one touchdown. Defensive back Trey Wafford led the team in tackles with nine while Damond Smith II had one pass break-up and Marlon Moore grabbed one interception. Defensive lineman Claude Davis had one fumble recovery and one pass break-up while Owen Williams had two sacks.
The Iowa Barnstormers look to extend a seven-game win streak. The Barnstormers moved into first place in the IFL standings after defeating the Arizona Rattlers 41-38 last week. In that game, quarterback Drew Powell threw for 68 yards and two touchdowns while completing 7 of 14 attempts, he also had 129 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Running back Skyler Scott rushed two times for 14 yards and one touchdown. Wide receivers Brady Roland reeled in four catches for 83 yards and two touchdowns and Ryan Balentine had three receptions for 20 yards and one touchdown. On the defensive side of the ball, the Barnstormers had 35 tackles, three tackles for loss and six pass break-ups.
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