Sioux Falls Storm get back in win column at Green Bay

IFL team avenges last week's loss to Blizzard

The Sioux Falls Storm defeated the Green Bay Blizzard 55-47 on Friday night in Green Bay.
Green Bay Blizzard

Just five days after blowing a two-score lead in the fourth quarter in a loss to the Green Bay Blizzard, the Sioux Falls Storm exacted revenge with a 55-47 win in Green Bay on Friday night, evening their record at 2-2 on the season.

Lorenzo Brown scored four rushing touchdowns while completing 13-of-16 passes fro 120 yards and two more scores to lead Sioux Falls to a season-high in points. The veteran USF product was also the Storm's leading rusher with 44 yards on the ground. Donnie Corley caught both of Brown's touchdown throws and had a team-high five catches. Eugene Ford picked off a pair of passes to lead the Storm's defense. It was a good day for Sioux Falls' special teams units as well, with Nick Jaworski hitting a 50-yard field goal to open the scoring and Bryson Denley returning a kick-off for a touchdown.

Ja'rome Johnson threw for 162 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for another 120 yards and two scores for the Blizzard.

Draysean Hudson had three catches and ran in a touchdown for Sioux Falls. Erick Jackson had a team-high nine tackles.

The Storm return home next weekend to host the Quad City Steamwheelers on Saturday, April 29 at the Premier Center. Kick-off is set for 7:05 p.m.

Matt Zimmer is a Sioux Falls native and longtime sports writer. He graduated from Washington High School where he played football, legion baseball and developed his lifelong love of the Minnesota Twins and Vikings. After graduating from St. Cloud State University, he returned to Sioux Falls, and began a long career in amateur baseball and sports reporting. Email Matt at
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