Soul_0509.jpgSoul 47, Storm 17 

Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA 

Attn:  8,172

Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Storm  10 0 7 0 17
Soul  6 20 7 14 47


Philadelphia, PA – The Tampa Bay Storm (0-5, 0-2) were defeated by the Philadelphia Soul (5-1, 1-1) by a score of 47-17 on Monday night in front of 8,172 fans at Wells Fargo Center.

The Storm offense was led by quarterback Jonathan Bane.  He completed 13-of-34 passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns.  His favorite target of the night was Mike Washington who caught six passes for 33 yards.  Receiver Phillip Barnett also caught a pair of touchdowns.

Storm defensive back and local Plant H.S. product James Harrell corralled his first interception of the season.  He now has 14 career interceptions.  The team defense held the Soul to 47 total points, 13.6 points off the team’s season average.

The Soul was led by quarterback Dan Raudabaugh.  Raudabaugh completed 24-of-37 passes for 186 yards, four touchdowns and an interception.  His top target of the night was Ryan McDaniel, who caught 10 passes for 122 yards and a touchdown.  The Soul defense put points on the board with interceptions returned for touchdowns, one by Dwayne Hollis in the second quarter and one by James Romain in the fourth quarter.

The Storm will head to Orlando to take on the Predators (6-0, 2-0) Friday, May 13 at Amway Arena.  Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter

TAM – Craig Peterson 21-yard field goal.

TAM – Phillip Barnett 8-yard reception (Craig Peterson Good).

PHI – Jeramie Richardson 2-yard rush (Tommy Frevert No Good).


2nd Quarter

PHI – Ryan McDaniel 11-yard reception (Tommy Frevert No Good).

PHI – Dwayne Hollis 40-yard interception return (Tommy Frevert Good).

PHI – Jake Metz 4-yard reception (Tommy Frevert Good).


3rd Quarter

TAM – Phillip Barnett 14-yard reception (Craig Peterson Good).

PHI – Shaun Kauleinamoku 3-yard reception (Tommy Frevert Good)


4th Quarter

PHI – James Romaine 47-yard reception (Tommy Frevert No Good).

PHI – Shaun Kauleinamoku 8-yard reception (Tommy Frevert No Good).


Statistical Leaders


Passing (C-A-INT-Yds-TD) 

TAM – Jonathan Bane (13-34-2-119-2)

PHI – Dan Raudabaugh (24-37-1-186-4), Luke Collis (2-4-0-23-0), Tracy Belton (1-1-0-14-0)


Rushing: (Att-Yds-TD)

TAM – James Gordon (3-1-0), Jonathan Bane (1-4-0)

PHI – Jeramie Richardson (4-12-1)


Receiving:  (Rec-Yds-TD)

TAM – Mike Washington (6-33-0), Xavier Boyce (3-23-0), T.T. Toliver (2-41-0), Phillip Barnett (2-22-2)

PHI – Ryan McDaniel (10-122-1), Shaun Kauleinamoku (9-58-2), Darius Reynolds (5-32-0), Chris Duvalt (1-7-0), Jake Metz (1-4-0), Jeramie Richardson (1-0-0)


KO Returns: (No.-Yds-TD)

TAM – Mike Washington (4-77-0)

PHI – Chris Duvalt (3-41-0)


Under Armour Offensive Player of the Game:  Dan Raudabaugh PHI

Riddell Defensive Player of the Game: Dwayne Hollis, PHI

J. Lewis Small Playmaker of the Game: Jake Metz, PHI

Cutters Catch of the Game: Phillip Barnett 8-yard TD over the wall in the 1st quarter, TAM

AFL Highlight of the Game: James Romain INT for TD