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Wichita Sports Commission names awards finalists

The Wichita Sports Commission has named its finalists for its 14th annual awards banquet, which is June 30 at The Hyatt Regency.

Wild finishes with big victory

Wichita Wild quarterback Phil Staback was wearing the wrong baseball cap _ a fashion mistake that general manager John Blazek quickly rectified.

Lolar seems like right fit to lead Wild

Wichita Wild interim coach Morris Lolar, who has steadied the franchise after a disastrous start, is almost a lock to take over as the permanent coach of the Indoor Football League team.

Wild wallops Danger

On the game's opening drive, Wichita Wild kicker Dylan Pohlman missed a short field goal — a miscue that prompted Mike McCoy, general manager and assistant coach for the Nebraska Danger, to pump his fist and jump up and down a couple times.

Familiar faces return as Wild season fades

As this ugly season winds down, there remain fewer and fewer reasons to maintain interest in the Wichita Wild, which, in the past two weeks, lost star attraction Jake Sharp to a higher league, suffered a 62-point shellacking and was eliminated from the Indoor Football League playoffs.

Wild suffers 62-point loss

The undefeated Sioux Falls Storm scored 57 straight points Saturday night and defeated the visiting Wichita Wild 78-16, ending the Wild's Indoor Football League playoff hopes.

Wichita Wild gets road win

The Wild scored the go-ahead touchdown with about three minutes to play, then held on for a 22-21 victory over the West Texas Roughnecks on Saturday in Odessa, Texas.

Wild can't complete rally

In his short time with the Wichita Wild, quarterback Phil Staback has excelled at spreading the ball around to various receivers.

Wild benefits from quarterback's success at pre-NFL draft workout

While most football fans in Denver don't think too highly of NFL prodigy Josh McDaniels, Wichita Wild supporters should be singing the coach's praises for his role in solving the team's quarterback dilemma.

Wild posts second straight win

Phil Staback threw four touchdown passes and ran for another score as the Wichita Wild defeated the Bricktown Brawlers 51-14 in Oklahoma City to win its second straight game.

Jordan makes immediate impact for Wild

Likable and outgoing, Darius Fudge wears a grin no matter the situation and probably has more buddies than most. That's a very good thing for the Wichita Wild.

Wild finds a QB, picks up second win

A blocked field goal attempt helped preserve the Wichita Wild's second victory and made quarterback Phil Staback a winner in his indoor football debut.

Wranglers beat visiting Wild

Allen scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns and beat the Wichita Wild 56-44 on Saturday night in Allen, Texas.

Defense delivers first win for Wild

PARK CITY — Several well-wishers congratulated new Wild coach Morris Lolar after he guided Wichita's indoor football team to its first win of the season and the first victory of his Wild career.

Wichita Wild promises change

The Indoor Football League has three winless teams, and two — the Wichita Wild and the Amarillo Venom — will play tonight.

Matous fired by Wild after starting 0-5

Ken Matous guided the Wichita Wild to conference championship games the previous two seasons, but he couldn't survive this year's surprisingly poor start.

Wild loses to Beef

The Omaha Beef scored 10 points in the fourth quarter to knock out the Wichita Wild 36-24 on Saturday in Omaha.

Fudge production melts as Wild struggles

Clearly, the little boy was in the know when it comes to Wichita Wild football.

Wild looking to bounce back tonight

Last Friday, the Wichita Wild announced the acquisition of a much-needed experienced quarterback, Ben Sankey, an indoor football star who promptly jilted the team five days later.

Sioux Falls wallops Wild

With the Wichita Wild already hopelessly behind, kicker Travis Eason got his leg into a long field goal try, and the football tumbled end over end toward the uprights, and the fans held their breath in anticipation as the valiant attempt... fell a couple yards short.

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