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February 3, 2012
Allentown, PA – The Lehigh Valley Storm Football Club, of the Gridiron Developmental Football League, announced today that it has entered in a working agreement with the Lehigh Valley Steelhawks of the Indoor Football League.
The working agreement will allow both teams to take advantage of player and organizational developments.
“We are excited to team up with the Lehigh Valley Storm going forward on a range of football related endeavors,” stated Steelhawks General Manager Mike Clark. “The Storm have many ...Continue Reading →
On July 26th, the New York Predators of Staten Island vowed they would get another chance after being humiliated 42-3 by the Lehigh Valley Storm. They also vowed to not lose again the rest of the season.
They made due on both of their promises Saturday night.
In a battle of backup QBs, the Predators captured the 2014 Major League Football crown by defeating the Storm 14-7 in front of a raucous crowd at Shabazz High School in Newark, NJ.
Storm QB Caleb ...Continue Reading →
A year following a devastating 56-8 loss to the Oklahoma Thunder in the Gridiron Developmental Football League Championship Game (GDFL), the Lehigh Valley Storm are back in a league championship game for the second consecutive year…this time with the MLF (Major League Football).
The Storm compiled an 11-1 record going into the championship game, led by 2nd year head coach Bob Kohler…formerly a coach at Muhlenberg College for a quarter century. Other local products have helped the ...Continue Reading →
Two months ago, the New Jersey Wolves vowed revenge following a 34-21 home loss to the Lehigh Valley Storm. This past Saturday night…the two worlds collided again.
The hits were hard. The play was even harder. But in the end…the golden sky came out for the Lehigh Valley Storm.
In front of a loud crowd at Salisbury High School in Allentown, PA, the Storm continued their motto of #UnfinishedBusiness by defeating the Wolves of Plainfield, NJ 27-0 to win Major League Football’s ...Continue Reading →
The Lehigh Valley Storm defeated the New Jersey Wolves of Plainfield, NJ in their last two meetings. The Wolves are the two‐time defending Major League Football champions.
As Demi Lovato would say from her 2008 song…”this is what happens…when two worlds collide.”
The two powerhouses will play for the MLF Northern Conference Championship this Saturday night, November 8th at Salisbury High School in Allentown, PA for the right to represent their conference in the MLF Grand Final, which will ...Continue Reading →
It’s been a long, long time coming…finally; the Lehigh Valley Storm can get back to #UnfinishedBusiness.
The Storm will be playing at home this Saturday night (November 1st) at Salisbury High School in Allentown, PA against the Central Jersey Vikings of South Plainfield, NJ in the Major League Football Divisional Playoff Round.
This will be the Storm’s first home contest since August 23rd, when they shut out the New Jersey Spartans of Newark 38-0. The 4-7 Vikings, the #6 seed in the ...Continue Reading →
For the Lehigh Valley Storm, rust was the issue going into last Saturday night’s key Major League Football contest against the Central Jersey Vikings in South Plainfield, NJ. Following a couple of bye weeks, a rescheduled game, and earlier wet weather…the Storm were ready to do battle once again.
Thanks to two second-half TD tosses by QB Jimmy Lahue, and two scores by Yusef Reddick, the Storm improved their record to 7-1 with a 34-7 win over the Vikings. But the ...Continue Reading →
Unfinished business, you ask? Well…let’s say partially finished.
After a sloppy first half in last week’s contest against the Central Jersey Vikings, the Lehigh Valley Storm went on a mission…which continues as we speak.
Their latest victims were the New Jersey Longhorns; winning 50‐8 at Sylvester Park in Roselle, NJ thanks to two more TD passes by Jimmy Lahue and two more TDs accumulated by Yusef Reddick.
Lehigh Valley’s win, combined with a 15‐14 loss by the New Jersey ...Continue Reading →
Leading into the Labor Day bye week, the Lehigh Valley Storm continue to put their long-term ultimate goals in cruise control.
Led by DeVaughn Gordon’s 2 TD catches, Sean Mayer’s 2 rushing scores, and 5 interceptions by the defense, the Storm picked up their 3rd shutout of the year with a 38-0 win over the New Jersey Spartans of Newark in Major League Football action at Salisbury High School in Allentown, PA.
This was the Storm’s third shutout win of the year; ...Continue Reading →