Storm Head to Wyoming to Finish Road StintMay 30, 2012 - Indoor Football League (IFL) Sioux Falls Storm
The Storm is coming off a thrilling 73-72 overtime victory over the Tri-Cities Fever (10-2) in which quarterback Chris Dixon threw for eight touchdowns and rushed for two others. He finished the game with 293 throwing yards and 64 rushing. Carl Sims caught three touchdowns and finished with 94 yards receiving while James Terry and Korey Williams each had two touchdowns. Terry led the team with 97 receiving yards. Defensively, Justin Welch had six tackles (all solo) and Dejuan Fulghum added eight (four solo). Sean Kelly and Jeremiah Price each had 0.5 sacks.
The Cavalry defeated the New Mexico Stars (2-10) last week, 54-41. Quarterback Matt Strand threw for seven touchdowns and one interception with 201 yards in the win. He also had one rushing touchdown. On the receiving end, LaVaughn Macon had three touchdowns and 95 receiving yards on five catches. Jasonus Tillery and Eddie Thomas also added two touchdowns apiece. Ross Cochran had 13 tackles in the game (six solo) while adding one tackle for loss.
The Storm return home Saturday, June 9 for a matchup against the Colorado Ice at 7:05 pm. The regular season finale is June 16 at the Storm Shelter.
Storm fans can tune to KOOL 107.9 for the live feed broadcast starting 20 minutes before kickoff. The game will also be available as a web cast through siouxfallsstorm.com under the "Listen Live" link.
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