Wild wins at Allen
05/26/2012 5:00 AM
05/26/2012 11:30 PM
Marcus Jackson rushed for 23 yards and a touchdown and added five receptions for 44 yards as the Wichita Wild earned a 59-41 road victory against the Allen Wranglers.
The win pulled the Wild (6-5) into a third-place tie with Allen (6-5) in the IFL’s Intense Conference with three games remaining.
Phil Staback completed 19 of 24 passes for 199 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Wichita jumped out to a 31-21 halftime lead, but Allen pulled to within three points in the third quarter.
Staback rushed for a 2-yard touchdown and then threw a 25-yard strike to Tim Timmons to add some cushion to the Wild’s lead. Callahan Bright capped Wichita’s scoring with a 1-yard run with 4 minutes, 40 second remaining.
Wichita held Allen’s Casey Printers — one of the league’s most efficient passers — to one completion in 15 attempts, including a pair of interceptions.
The Wild hosts Bloomington at Hartman Arena on June 2 and then finishes the season with a pair of road trips against New Mexico and Green Bay.
A — Printers 10 run (Pino kick)
W — Chandler 33 FG
A — Printers 1 run (Pino kick)
W — Harper 32 int. ret. (kick failed)
W — Jackson 2 run (Chandler kick)
W — Bright 1 run (Chandler run)
W — Simmons 14 pass from Staback (Chandler run)
A — Avery 2 pass from Printers (Pino kick)
A — Avery 5 run (Pino kick)
W — Jackson 12 run (Chandler kick)
A — Taylor 50 KO ret. (Pino kick)
W — Staback 2 run (Chandler kick)
W — Simmons 25 pass from Staback (Chandler kick)
W — Bright 1 run (Chandler kick)
A — Avery 16 run (pass failed)
Rushing — Wichita, Jackson 6-23, Staback 4-8, Bright 2-2, Hubbard 6-1, Chandler 1-(-22). Allen, Fudge 19-52, Printers 6-42, Avery 5-27.
Passing — Wichita, Staback 19-24-0-199, Jackson 2-5-1-14. Allen, Avery 3-10-1-25, Printers 3-15-2-11.
Receiving — Wichita, Simmons 9-89, Turner 2-50, Jackson 5-44, Murph 3-15, Hubbard 1-9, Riffle 1-6. Allen, Owens 4-29, Avery 2-7.
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