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Lehigh Valley Storm

Lehigh Valley Storm
Founded 2010
League GDFL (2013–Present)
Team history Lehigh Valley Storm
2012–present
Based in Allentown, Pennsylvania
Arena Salisbury High School
Colors Black, Silver          
Head coach Bob Kohler
Championships 0
Division titles 1
Mascot TBD

The Lehigh Valley Storm team is a recreational football program that competes in Gridiron Developmental Football League. The Lehigh Valley Storm plays at Salisbury High School football field in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

2013 Season

The 2013 regular season ended with the Lehigh Valley Storm going 8–2 only losing to Central Penn Piranha and Lancaster Lightning. Their biggest win of the season came against the Capital City Atoms whom they beat 63–0.[1] In the playoffs they went 3–1 beating Fayetteville Horizon in the first round 42–14, Northeast Ohio Silverback in the second round 27–6, and Panhandle Crusaders in the conference championship game 31–24. They lost in the Gridiron Bowl IV to the Oklahoma Thunder 8–56.[2]

Season-by-season

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
Lehigh Valley Storm (GDFL)
2013 11 3 0 Keystone Division Loss Championship (Oklahoma Thunder)
2014 0 0 0

References

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External links

  • Official website
  • {http://www.gdfl.org/page/show/898036-lehigh-valley-storm}
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