Wild get big road win, beat Omaha 66-33


OMAHA, Nebraska – The Wichita Wild came away with another win Saturday night over the Omaha Beef to move their record to 5-1 on the season. The final score was lopsided with the Wild winning 66-33.

The game started slow with the Wild trailing 6-7 after the first quarter but then the team quickly gained traction and captured the lead, going in to halftime up 30-13.

After resuming play, the Wild refused to look back and fired on all cylinders, scoring touchdowns and forcing turnovers to extend the lead to 39-13 at the end of the third quarter.

In the fourth quarter, the Omaha Beef showed signs of life again but each punch was answered with another big play for the Wild. Finally, the game was iced after Derby High School and Friends University product, Dan Kontz, caught an interception and returned it for the final Wild touchdown.

The Wild will return home next Saturday to host the Tulsa Defenders for their second meeting of the season. The Wild won the first match-up 50-44.

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