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Week Fourteen Summary
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June 25, 2007 - Omaha, NE - Week 14 has come and gone. The Storm weather the Horsemen; the Extreme freeze the Ice, the Outlaws outlast the Rage, the BlueCats even the score with the Bandits and the Raptors race over the Greyhounds.

At Lexington, KY

The Sioux Falls Storm defeated the Lexington Horsemen 76-45 at Rupp Arena Saturday. Leading the way for Sioux Falls were QB Terrance Bryant and DB Justin Landis. Bryant had 215 yards of total offense (26-rushing and 189-passing) and eight total touchdowns (two-rushing and six-passing). Landis assisted on five tackles for 2.5 total (.5 TFL) and also intercepted Kewan Dewberry three times (one of which he returned 32 yards for a touchdown). Leading the way for Lexington were RB Rayshawn Askew and DB/KR William Mulder. Askew had 91 all-purpose yards (eight-rushing, 41-receiving and 42-kickoff returns) and two receiving touchdowns. Mulder made 7.5 tackles, broke up a pass and also had 115 yards on kickoff returns. In week 15, the Storm return home to face the Colorado Ice while the Horsemen travel to Rockford, IL to take on the Rock River Raptors.

At Bloomington, IL

The Bloomington Extreme defeated the Colorado Ice 40-15 at U.S. Cellular Coliseum Saturday. Leading the way for the Extreme were QB Dusty Burk and DL Rachman Crable. Burk had 250 yards of total offense (32-rushing, 218-passing) and all five of the Extreme’s touchdowns (two-rushing, three-receiving). Crable had 5.5 tackles (two TFL) and a sack; he also broke up a pass. Leading the way for the Ice were DB Dorsey Golston and QB Matt Guiterrez. Golston made seven tackles to lead the defense. Guiterrez threw for 92 yards and a touchdown (to Mike Jones); he also rushed for 51 yards. In week 15, the Extreme travel to Omaha, NE to battle the Omaha Beef while the Ice head to Sioux Falls, SD to take on the Sioux Falls Storm.

At Billings, MT

The Billings Outlaws defeated the RiverCity Rage 62-36 at MetraPark Arena Saturday. Leading the way for the Outlaws were LB Steve Brennan and QB Chris Dixon. Brennan made 4.5 tackles (2.5 TFL) and two sacks; he also broke up a pass. Dixon had 269 yards of total offense (25-rushing, 244-passing) and seven total touchdowns (one-rushing, six-passing). Leading the way for the Rage were WR Hurtis Chinn and DL Cliff Dukes. Chinn had 221 all-purpose yards (12-rush, 12-receiving and 197-kickoff returns) and a receiving touchdown. Dukes made four tackles (two TFL) and a sack. In week 15, the two teams will face off again, this time at The Family Arena in St. Charles, MO.

At Sioux City, IA

The Evansville BlueCats defeated the Sioux City Bandits 40-30 at Tyson Events Center Saturday. Leading the way for Evansville were RB Ray Kirkley and their defense. Kirkley rushed for 84 yards and two touchdowns; he also caught five passes for 61 yards. The BlueCats’ defense tallied four sacks, forced two fumbles (one of which was recovered by Hunter Pingston and returned 48 yards for a touchdown), made three interceptions (Pingston-two and Tez Morris returned one 21 yards to pay dirt) and also broke up three passes. The Bandits were led by new QB Marlin McKinney and DB Chris Reid. McKinney had 142 yards of total offense (45-rushing and 97-passing) and three passing touchdowns. Reid made eight solo tackles and assisted on nine more for a total of 12.5 for the game. In week 15, the BlueCats head to the Wheeling, WV to take on the Ohio Valley Greyhounds while the Bandits have the bye.

At Rockford, IL

The Rock River Raptors defeated the Ohio Valley Greyhounds 70-31 at Rockford MetroCentre Saturday. Leading the way for Rock River were QB Jason Murrietta and their defense. Playing in the place of regular starter Ben Sankey, Murrietta completed 12 of 18 passes for 150 yards and five touchdowns. The Raptors’ defense tallied one sack, forced two fumbles (recovered one), broke up five passes and even blocked a field goal (by Maurice Simpkins). Leading the way for Ohio Valley were LB Devin Conwell and QB Oscar Davenport. Conwell made seven tackles (two TFL) and a sack; he also recovered a fumble. Davenport threw for 177 yards and had three total touchdowns (one-rushing and two-passing). In week 15, the Raptors close out their 2007 home schedule by hosting the Lexington Horsemen while the Greyhounds return home to face the Evansville BlueCats.

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