Voodoo Blow Out 2-0 Storm, Take 1st Place In Southern Division

Posted: March 19, 2008 in Voodoo

Dany Wimprine and the New Orleans Voodoo took down their division rival Tampa Bay with a big time 76-55 win to put the Storm at 2-1 and the Voodoo at 2-1. The Voodoo have first place based on their 2-0 division record. The Voodoo will go on to play the Cleveland Gladiators on Friday night in the arena, “The Graveyard”.

QB Dany Wimprine was named AFL Offensive Player of the Week last week for his outstanding performance against the Orlando Predators and did no worse of a job in this blowout over Tampa Bay.

KEY PLAYS:

> The VooDoo took a 7-0 lead on an 8-yard TD pass from Danny Wimprine to Javarus Dudley.
> Tampa Bay answered on an 8-yard TD pass from Brett Dietz to Hank Edwards.
> Wimprine connected with James Jordan on a 36-yard bomb to make it 14-7 VooDoo.
> The Storm evened the score on a 17-yard pass from Dietz to Edwards.
> Jordan scored again on a 33-yard strike from Wimprine to give the VooDoo a 21-14 lead.
> Lin-J Shell picked off a deflected Dietz pass and ran it back 35 yards for a TD and a 28-14 New Orleans advantage.
> Lauvale Sape outhustled the Tampa defenders to recover a missed field goal and ran it 4 yards into the end zone for a TD and a 34-14 VooDoo lead.
> Wimprine hit Wendall Williams on a 15-yard TD pass to extend the lead to 41-14.
> Williams closed the half by returning a missed Tampa field goal 58 yards for a TD and a 48-14 lead.
> FB/LB Torrance Marshall dove in from 1 yard out for a Tampa Bay TD.
> Jordan caught his 3rd TD pass of the game, an 8-yarder for a 55-21 New Orleans lead.
> Wimprine hit Javarus Dudley on a 21-yard TD strike to make the lead 62-21.
> Edwards broke free to catch a 41-yard TD from Dietz at the end of the 3rd quarter.
> Dietz found Edwards again for a 15-yard TD to cut the lead to 62-35.
> Jeroid Johnson picked up a missed field goal and returned it for a TD to make the score 62-41.
> Jordan caught his fourth TD of the game to push the lead to 69-41.
> Dietz and Edwards connected for a 5th time on a 3-yard TD to make the score 69-48.
> James Lynch rumbled for a 7-yard TD to extend the lead to 76-48.
> Dietz scored a 5-yard TD run to cut it to 76-55 in favor of the VooDoo.
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