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Storm loses to New Orleans 66-47

The Storm (2-2) lost to host New Orleans 66-47 in the Arena League on Friday.

Tampa Bay's Prechae Rodriguez led all receivers with nine receptions for 121 yards and four TDs. He was knocked out of the game late when he was hit in the head by a defender.

Storm QB Stephen Wasil was 25-of-47 for 310 yards and seven TDs. He threw three interceptions, one in the second quarter that was returned for a touchdown and put the VooDoo (2-2) up 30-14. New Orleans outscored the Storm 26-0 in the second quarter.

Storm loses to New Orleans 66-47 04/07/12 [Last modified: Saturday, April 7, 2012 12:32am]
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