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Tampa Bay 41 at Washington 33
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Tampa Bay Storm Tampa Bay Storm 6217741
Washington Valor Washington Valor 7713633

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Post Game Articles

Valor Nearly Navigate A Not So Perfect Storm
Jon Stark, ArenaFan.com

The Washington Valor (1-3) fought hard, this time at home against the Tampa Bay Storm (4-1) inside of Verizon Center. Washington's new look offense provided the drive to almost cruise into victory Saturday night in front of 8,420 fans. The Storm rolled out with a win, 41-33.

Storm Push Winning Streak To Three After Road Win Over Valor
Connor Akeman, ArenaFan.com

With a 41-33 victory over the Washington Valor on Saturday night, the Tampa Bay Storm improved to 4-1 for the first time in nearly two decades and have now won three consecutive games for the first time since the 2014 season.

Valor lose to Storm, 41-33
Washington Valor Press Release

The Washington Valor (1-3) lost a heartbreaker 41-33 to the Tampa Bay Storm (4-1). Valor QB Erik Meyer was 17 for 29 for 183 yards and five touchdowns, hitting five different receivers. WR Greg Carr led the receiving corps with four receptions for 57 yards and one touchdown.

Storm Puts The "W" In Washington, Defeats Valor 41-33
Tampa Bay Storm Press Release

The Tampa Bay Storm (4-1) defeated the Washington Valor (1-3) by a score of 41-33 in front of 8,420 fans at Verizon Center. This was the first meeting in series history between these two franchises. The Storm has improved its record to 4-1, its best record since the 2001 season.

Valor Game Preview: A Storm's Rolling In
Jon Stark, ArenaFan.com

The Washington Valor (1-2) are back after their second bye week, they’ll square off against the Tampa Bay Storm (3-1) at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 13th inside of the Phone Booth. The game will broadcast live on CBS Sports Network.

Valor Host Storm Saturday Night at Verizon Center
Washington Valor Press Release

In their first home game since April 22, the Washington Valor (1-2) are back at Verizon Center this Sat., May 13 for a showdown with the Tampa Bay Storm (3-1) – the first-ever meeting between the two franchises.

Storm Faces The Valor In First Ever Meeting
Tampa Bay Storm Press Release

The Tampa Bay Storm (3-1) heads to Washington, D.C. to take on the Valor (1-2) this Saturday, May 13, at The Verizon Center. The Storm will be looking to improve its record to 4-1, its best record since the 2001 season when the team started out 6-0. The game will be broadcast live on CBS Sports Network and the radio call will be streamed on the Lightning Power Play. Kickoff is set for 7:00 p.m. ET.

 
Between the Pads
Most Passing Yards
205 yards, Hippeard, Tampa Bay
Most Receiving Yards
85 yards, Hills, Tampa Bay
Most Rushing Yards
23 yards, Hippeard, Tampa Bay
Most Passing TDs
5 TDs, Meyer, Washington
Most Receiving TDs
3 TDs, Hills, Tampa Bay
Most Rushing TDs
1 TDs, Hippeard, Tampa Bay
Longest TD Pass
21 yards, Meyer to Carr, Washington
Longest TD Run
1 yards, Hippeard, Tampa Bay
Most INTs Thrown
0 INTs, Meyer, Washington