The Green Bay Blizzard and the Sioux Falls Storm met for the 20th time on Saturday night at the Denny Sanford Center in Sioux Falls. In a back and forth game, the Blizzard came up short by the score of 44 to 37.
The Blizzard scored on a Lenorris Footman pass to Keshaun Taylor with about 2 minutes to play to bring them within 7 points. The Storm took the kickoff to their own 8-yard line and were able to run out the clock to seal the win.
Green Bay was led by quarterback Lenorris Footman as he threw for 160 yards and 3 touchdowns. He also ran for 54 yards but threw one costly interception late in the 3rd quarter. Receiver Kezlow Smith caught 4 passes for 90 yards including a 44-yard catch and run for a touchdown. The Blizzard defense was led by linebacker Dayshawn Taylor who had 11 total tackles, one sack and another tackle for loss. The Blizzard defense had 2 total sacks and 10 tackles for loss.
The Storm offense was led by quarterback Lorenzo Brown, who threw for 2 touchdowns and ran for one. The Storm defense recorded 1 sack and 2 tackles for loss. Lorenzo White had the games only interception.
The Storm hold on to the 3rd place spot with an 8 and 2 record while the Blizzard hold on to 4th place with a 6 and 4 record.
Green Bay hosts the 9 and 1 Iowa Barnstormers on Sunday afternoon May 19 while the Storm hosts the Nebraska Danger on Saturday night May 18.
All games are broadcast live on YouTube.