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Wild survives test in win over Salina

The Wild experienced something a little different Saturday: A close game.

New league seems perfect fit for Wichita Wild

The evidence points to an inferior league helping the Wild suddenly become an indoor football powerhouse, but it might have just as much to do with continuity.

Wichita Wild tramples Oklahoma 73-7

The Wichita Wild opened its season with a 44-point win over the Oklahoma Defenders. So its 73-7 victory at home Saturday against the same team showed the growth Wichita has made in the past seven games.

Wild’s Harper playing well enough to attraction attention

Kendrick Harper was getting off work with the Wichita school district Friday when he made time to talk about his impressive third season with the Wild.

No QB is safe from Wild’s rush

In James McCartney’s bio on the Wild’s website, his 16 sacks over his first three years in Wichita are touted — he’s called a "mainstay on the defensive line."

Wild knocks off first-place Omaha

Wichita Wild coach Morris Lolar prepared his defense to face Omaha Beef quarterback James McNear, the league’s leader in total offense. When McNear didn’t show up in Wichita for Saturday’s game, Lolar’s defense was forced to adjust.

Wild set to battle unbeaten Omaha

The Wild still has half a season to play, but it might not find any regular-season games as important or as telling as Saturday night’s tilt with Omaha at Hartman Arena.

Wild goes over the Edge

Tim Simmons and Joe Kassanavoid each caught two touchdown passes to help the Wild beat the Edge 49-35 on Friday night in Bloomington, Ill.

Wild stays perfect with win over Edge

Looking back to last season, Morris Lolar recalls a very different opening four games. The Wichita Wild started last season 0-4. With its 51-22 win over Bloomington Saturday, the Wild is 4-0.

Hinds, Wild eventually make good fit

The relationship between the Wild and dual-threat quarterback Rocky Hinds started with a text message. Just not the first one.

Wild goes to 3-0 by beating Koyotes

The Wichita Wild managed to keep the Kansas Koyotes at a safe distance Saturday night, but it was a battle all the way.

Off to strong start, Wild indoor football makes home debut

The Wild’s offense has been so efficient during its first two games that quarterback Rocky Hinds can sometimes predict which play will produce a touchdown.

Wild opens indoor football league at Oklahoma

Just enough has stayed the same that the Wild’s debut in the Champions Professional Indoor Football League can be considered a follow-up to last season, when Wichita advanced to the Indoor Football League Intense Conference championship game.

Wild to join new indoor football league

The Wichita Wild is leaving the Indoor Football League for a new league with teams planned in Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Iowa.

Wild’s season ends in loss to Tri-Cities

The Wichita Wild’s road success came to an end Friday night in the Indoor Football League’s Intense Conference final.

Wild hoping for more big plays in conference final

As Allen drove into the red zone against the Wild late in the first round of the Indoor Football League playoffs on Monday night, Wichita wasn’t thinking about holding the Wranglers to a field goal and taking its chances in overtime.

Wild pull off playoff win over Allen

Wichita Wild defensive back Kendrick Harper intercepted a pass from Allen quarterback David Knighton in the end zone as time was running out to seal the Wild’s 43-40 win over the Wranglers in the Intense Conference semifinals on Monday in Allen, Texas.

Wild ready for familiar foe in playoff opener

The Wild meets Allen for the fifth time this season tonight, but their playoff game in Texas won’t completely be a gathering of old friends.

Blizzard buries Wild to end regular season

The Green Bay Blizzard rolled to a 28-point halftime lead and buried the Wichita Wild 72-41 on Saturday night in Green Bay, Wis., on the final night of the IFL regular season.

Wild beats New Mexico 55-42

The Wichita Wild was tested in Saturday night’s road game against the New Mexico Stars and running back Tywon Hubbard was the one who provided the answers.

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