Reid and Pohlman Named IFL Players of the Week
The Indoor Football League (IFL) has announced that Wild linebacker LaMont Reid has been named Defensive Player of the Week and Wild kicker Dylan Pohlman has been named league Special Teams Player of the Week. Both players were honored for their performance in Wichita?s 39-29 victory over the Sioux City Bandits last Saturday. To view video highlights of the players, visit www.goifl.com.
Reid set a Wild franchise record for most tackles in a game with 13. That is also the second most tackles in a game in IFL history. Reid also forced a fumble and recovered an onside kick in the ball game. Reid leads the Wild in tackles this season with 55.5.
For the second week in a row the IFL recognized a Wild player as Special Teams Player of the Week. Randy Kelly won the award last week for his dazzling return ability and this week Dylan Pohlman won the award for clutch kicking. Pohlman was a perfect 4 for 4 on extra points, hit on 3 of 4 field goal attempts, and had two Rouges on kickoffs. In total, he was responsible for 15 of the 39 Wild points.
The other player recognized this week by the IFL was Perry Patterson of Rochester as Offensive Player of the Week.
The Wild will return home to Hartman Arena on June 13 in a game vs. the Omaha Beef. The game could decide the Division Champion. Tickets for all home games are available at the Hartman Arena Box Office, by phone at 316-927-3999, stage1tickets.com and all Stage 1 Ticket Outlets.
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