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Allentown, PA (March 4, 2014) – It has been confirmed that the Lehigh Valley Storm minor league football organization has reaffiliated themselves with Major League Football (MLF) this season after spending the past two as members of the Gridiron Developmental Football League (GDFL). Over their first couple years of existence, the Storm compiled an overall record of 14-7 (including playoffs) as part of the previously-named Big North East Football Federation (BNEFF) from 2010-2011.
The move comes in the wake of a ...Continue Reading →
Allentown, PA (March 9, 2014) – Coinciding with the move to return to Major League Football (MLF) this upcoming season, the Lehigh Valley Storm minor league football team has unveiled a new logo and updated look as well.
The angry Storm cloud wielding a lightning rod has been replaced with a sleek spherical design, which now displays several streaks of lightning inside with a redesigned vibrant bolt and the aura of a cumulonimbus cloud surrounding the team name. The black, white, ...Continue Reading →
Allentown, PA (December 10, 2013) – The Lehigh Valley Storm of the Gridiron Developmental Football League (GDFL) is proud to announce that one of their own, lineman Marques Slocum, has been signed by the Pittsburgh Power of the Arena Football League (AFL).
Slocum, who recently completed his first season with the Storm, has posted an impressive resume since his early experiences playing for St. John Neumann and West Philadelphia Catholic high schools. Already a nationally-ranked standout as the #1 guard in ...Continue Reading →
Memphis, TN – The Lehigh Valley will have to wait another year to celebrate a national championship, as the Storm suffered a humbling 56-8 defeat to the Oklahoma Thunder in Gridiron Bowl IV.
Playing against a prevalent Thunder squad with elite-level talent, who not only had won 3 consecutive World Bowl titles from 2008-2010 but also once held a streak of 53 consecutive victories as well, the odds were definitely not in favor of the Xtreme Conference’s representative from Pennsylvania heading ...Continue Reading →
At this time last year, the Lehigh Valley Storm were licking their wounds and doing a little soul searching following a devastating opening round 57-14 loss to the 2011 Gridiron Developmental Football League (GDFL) champion Chambersburg Cardinals. Now in 2013, they are on the verge of becoming the third straight team from Pennsylvania to hoist the GDFL trophy (Central Penn Piranha in 2012).
With the additions of Head Coach Bob Kohler and his staff, the Storm improved on their previous mark ...Continue Reading →
Allentown, PA (September 1, 2013) – Ever since their inception in 2010, aspirations have been very high for the Lehigh Valley Storm. Expectations were elevated this season though, during their sophomore season in the Gridiron Developmental Football League (GDFL), due to a new regime and the hiring of Muhlenberg legend Bob Kohler as head coach over the offseason. The move has evidently paid off for the Storm, upon improving on last year’s mark, as they have now advanced to Gridiron ...Continue Reading →
ALLENTOWN, PA (August 26, 2013) – For the first time in franchise history, the Lehigh Valley Storm will be playing for a league title, following an intense 31-24 victory over the Panhandle Crusaders from Pensacola, Florida. Explosive scoring runs by Sean Mayers (56 and 30 yards respectively) helped the Storm build an early 17-0 before the Crusaders broke the shutout just prior to halftime. However, the complexion of the game changed on the first play from scrimmage after the break, ...Continue Reading →
Allentown, PA (August 23, 2013) – At this point, it is already safe to say that the 2013 campaign has been a very successful one for the Lehigh Valley Storm. In their sophomore season representing the Gridiron Developmental Football League (GDFL), the Storm clinched their first (Keystone) division title with an 8-2 record, earned a bye in the opening round of the playoffs, and blasted the highly talented Fayetteville Horizon last week to the tune of 42-14. Now, after outlasting ...Continue Reading →