Tampa Bay Storm roll past Kansas City
TAMPA - The Tampa Bay Storm routed the winless Kansas City Command on Monday night, securing a 63-46 home victory behind six Stephen Wasil touchdowns — five passing and one rushing. It was a much-needed win for the Storm (4-3), who had lost two of their previous three, including a 35-point loss to the Philadelphia Soul. The Storm defense, led by defensive back Lendy Holmes, forced five turnovers and limited the Command (0-6) to 21 points through three quarters. Tampa Bay held a narrow 28-25 lead going into the final quarter, but two special teams touchdowns, a defensive touchdown and a pair of Wasil scoring passes helped the Storm stave off Kansas City’s comeback attempt.An announced crowd of 7,345 attended at the Forum.
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