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The Wichita Wild may be going out on top.

  • Wild successfully defends its league championship

    PARK CITY — Rocky Hinds didn’t play after suffering a second fourth-quarter injury Saturday, but he got to come back.

  • In driver’s seat, Paco Martinez keeps Wild in right direction

    A lot of important things happened in the middle of Paco Martinez’s first season as the Wild’s coach, but its success is best defined by its beginning and its end.

  • Field goal on final play sends Wild to championship game

    Ernesto Lacayo shared with 3,142 fans at Hartman Arena what he had experienced hours earlier, and they got to feel what he felt.

  • Complete Wild begins CPIFL playoff surge

    The Wild’s ability to delegate helped quarterback Rocky Hinds win the Champions Professional Indoor Football League MVP award.

  • Wild's Rocky Hinds named league player of year

    Quarterback leads team into playoffs Saturday

  • Wild beats Salina, claims top playoff seed

    The Wichita Wild reclaimed the driver’s seat for the CPIFL playoff, gaining home field advantage with a 63-41 victory Saturday night at Hartman Arena.

  • Wild, Bombers play for top seed

    The Wild indoor football team plays host to the Salina Bombers on Saturday night with home-field advantage in the league playoffs going to the winner.

  • Wild clinches top playoff seed with win over Bandits

    The Wichita Wild held on for a 59-54 victory over the Sioux City Bandits at Hartman Arena Saturday to clinch the no.1 seed in the CPIFL playoffs. The seeding gives the hometown advantage for the first two games of playoff action.

  • Wild thriving with two quality running backs

    Junior Allen is probably one of the best running backs in the Champions Professional Indoor Football League. He just happens to be backing up another one of the best, Wild teammate Tywon Hubbard.

  • Wild rallies for win at Dodge City

    Rocky Hinds threw three touchdown passes and Tywon Hubbard ran for two more as the Wild overcame a rocky second quarter and beat the Law 47-38 on Saturday night in Dodge City.

  • Allen, Wild have easy time with Coyotes

    PARK CITY – The loudest cheers in the Wichita Wild’s runaway 52-14 victory over the Kansas Coyotes on Saturday night came on the final touchdown.

  • Wild ready for return to action

    A loss two weeks ago to Salina made the Wild eager for its next game, but Wichita was just as eager for a week off.

  • Bombers hold off Wild’s rally

    The Wild was held to a season-low 11 points but almost pulled off a comeback Saturday night in Salina, losing to the Bombers 13-11 at the Bicentennial Center.

  • Big second half propels Wild past Oklahoma

    PARK CITY – The Wild wasn’t about to let another big defensive play go to waste.

  • Catchings hopes Wild performance helps him catch on in NFL

    There’s a path to a higher level of football for first-year Wild linebacker Jason Catchings, but he hasn’t found it yet.

  • Wild grab road victory over Omaha

    The Wichita Wild rolled to a 66-33 win over the Omaha Beef on Saturday in Omaha, Neb., as Wichita improved to 5-1 on the season in the CPIFL.

  • Wild blows past Haymakers with early burst

    It was so windy in Wichita on Saturday that even indoor football felt it — the Wild had to cancel its postgame fireworks show. The Wild managed a 49-32 CPIFL victory over the Lincoln Haymakers on the field that had plenty of entertaining moments at Hartman Arena.

  • Wild tries to fill void left by Harper’s absence

    One shift from the status quo led to the Wild’s first loss of the season.

  • Wild suffers first loss

    The Wild suffered its first loss of the season, losing to the Bandits 48-45 on Saturday night in Sioux City, Iowa.

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