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Storm Take to the Offensive
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February 4, 2005 - Sioux Falls, SD-The Sioux Falls Storm of United Indoor Football (UIF) has re-signed a trio of offensive weapons for the 2005 season. Wide receivers Corey Walker and Matt Holmlund, along with running back Jerry Davis, are the latest to ink contracts with the Storm.

Walker returns for his fifth season as the team’s all-time leading receiver. The Southwest State grad has amassed 2,692 yards and 42 touchdowns on 258 receptions, all tops in each category. Walker also leads the team in all-purpose yards (2,738) and is second all-time in scoring (252 pts.)

Fellow receiver Matt Holmlund will return for his fourth season as well. Holmlund helped lead the Storm to a conference championship last year by recording 771 yards receiving and 15 touchdowns. Holmlund, a graduate of Augustana College, is the team’s second-leading all-time receiver with 132 receptions and 1,476 yards.
The Storm backfield is beginning to take shape with the signing of indoor veteran Jerry Davis. Davis has seen time with numerous indoor teams over the past few years and ended the 2004 campaign a part of the Storm’s roster.

The Storm will open play in the UIF March 19 in Omaha, Nebraska. The team’s first home game will be “The Rematch” versus Lexington on April 9 at the Sioux Falls Arena. For more information or to order season tickets call the Storm office at 605-332-4225 or visit the Storm on-line at www.siouxfallsstorm.com.

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