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Storm Falls in Philadelphia, 62-41

June 17, 2017 (Photo Credit: Philadelphia Soul)
Philadelphia, PA – The Tampa Bay Storm (7-2) were defeated by the Philadelphia Soul (9-0) by a score of 62-41 in front of 9,081 fans at Wells Fargo Center. 

The Storm offense was led by quarterback Randy Hippeard who completed 28-of-45 passes for 324 yards and six touchdowns.  His top target was Joe Hills who caught 12 passes for 161 yards and four touchdowns.  Hills has a touchdown reception in 77 consecutive games played, needing just two surpass Damian Harrell’s record of 78.

Philadelphia was led by quarterback Dan Raudabaugh.  Raudabaugh completed 15-of-21 passes for 209 yards and five touchdowns.

Tampa Bay will go on its third bye week of the season before returning home to host the Washington Valor on Saturday, June 1.  Kickoff is set for 7:00 p.m. ET.

Score by Quarters           1          2       3     4       Total

Tampa Bay Storm               7          14     7      13     41
Philadelphia Soul                 21        7       20    14     62

1st Quarter

PHI – Darius Reynolds 12-yard reception (Adrian Trevino Good)
TAM – Joe Hills 13-yard reception (Mark Lewis Good)
PHI – Darius Reynolds 42-yard reception (Adrian Trevino Good)
PHI – Mykel Benson 8-yard rush (Adrian Trevino Good)

2nd Quarter

PHI – Darius Reynolds 5-yard reception (Adrian Trevino Good)
TAM – Joe Hills 8-yard reception (Mark Lewis Good)
TAM – Joe Hills 26-yard reception (Mark Lewis Good)

3rd Quarter

PHI – Mykel Benson 1-yard rush (Adrian Trevino Failed)
TAM – Kendrick Ings 31-yard reception (Mark Lewis Good)
PHI – Darius Reynolds 36-yard reception (Adrian Trevino Good)
PHI – Mykel Benson 1-yard rush (Adrian Trevino Good)

4th Quarter

TAM – Michael Lindsey 11-yard reception (Mark Lewis Good)
PHI – Darius Reynolds 15-yard reception (Adrian Trevino Good)
TAM – Joe Hills 26-yard reception (Mark Lewis Failed)
PHI – Mykel Benson 6-yard rush (Adrian Trevino Good)

Statistical Leaders:

Passing: (C-A-INT-Yds-TD) 

TAM – Randy Hippeard (28-45-1-324-6)
PHI – Dan Raudabaugh (15-21-1-209-5)

Rushing: (Att-Yds-TD)

TAM – LaMark Brown (1-5-0), Randy Hippeard (1-1-0)
PHI – Mykel Benson (7-22-4)

Receiving: (Rec-Yds-TD)

TAM  – Joe Hills (12-161-4), Kendrick Ings (10-103-1), LaMark Brown (3-32-0), Michael Lindsey (3-28-1)
PHI – Darius Reynolds (6-115-5), Ryan McDaniel (6-76-0), Poppy Livers (1-8-0), Mykel Benson (1-7-0) Shaun Kauleinamoku (1-3-0)

KO Returns: (No.-Yds-TD)

TAM – Kendrick Ings (6-79-0), Michael Lindsey (2-32-0)
PHI   Poppy Livers (2-16-0), Dwayne Hollis (1-20-0)

MVP of the Game: Darius Reynolds, PHI
Offensive Player of the Game:  Mykel Benson, PHI
Defensive Player of the Game: Beau Bell, PHI