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The Lehigh Valley Storm had a long storm to wait out over the first two weeks of the season. On Saturday night…RB Cody Lamoreaux made sure the sun would finally shine with their first win, though it took a little extra time to achieve it.
In as quarterback for the injured Zach Zulli, Lamoreaux’s 31 yard TD run with 11:17 left in OT gave the Storm (1-2) a 26-20 win over the New England Soul (2-1) in World Football Federation action ...Continue Reading →
For the Lehigh Valley Storm, the defense was frazzled after giving up 47 points to the Albany Metro Mallers a week ago.
This week, they tightened up, forcing 4 turnovers against the Capital City Seahawks.
Unfortunately for the Storm, the Seahawks made the defensive play of the game as LB Marcelus Manear sacked Storm QB Zach Zuhli on 4th and goal from the Seahawks 4 in the final minutes, closing the door on a hard-fought 22-18 Capital City win in World Football ...Continue Reading →
How do teams stop Albany Metro Mallers’ QB CJ Tarver? The short, simple answer to that is…very few teams do.
Despite not having accurate passing in his season opener, Tarver’s dynamic athletic moves on both sides of the ball were key as he piled up 5 TDs (2 rush, 2 passing, 1 defense) leading the Mallers to a 47-22 win over the Lehigh Valley Storm at Salisbury High School in Allentown, PA on Saturday night and spoiling the debut of new ...Continue Reading →
Are you ready for some football…in July? Why not!!
The Lehigh Valley Storm return to the gridiron for the first time since November as they make their season and World Football Federation debut at home against the Lancaster Lightning on Saturday, July 11th at Salisbury High School in Allentown, PA.
Key players returning for the Storm this year include RB Sean Mayers, WR DeVaughn Gordon, OL Zack Yankiewicz, and MLB Orrin Marshman who played major roles in the success of the team ...Continue Reading →
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 →