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Wild blows past Haymakers with early burst

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— 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.

  • Wild arrests Law in home-opener

    The Wild won its home-opener, beating Dodge City 40-7 on Saturday night at Hartman Arena.

  • Wild handles unbeaten Oklahoma

    The Wild led the entire way Sunday in Tulsa, defeating the previously unbeaten Oklahoma Defenders 50-44 in a Champions Professional Indoor Football League game.

  • Wild opens season with rout of Lincoln

    The Wichita Wild rolled in its season opener, defeating the Lincoln Haymakers 62-10 on Friday night in Lincoln, Neb.

  • Returning-champ Wild returns with several familiar faces

    There will be time for Paco Martinez to make many of his own distinctive touches on the Wild’s on-field philosophies, but that time isn’t now.

  • Wild football team names Jeremy Mock new general manager

    Jeremy Mock, who was the Wichita Wingnuts baseball team’s assistant general manager and director of ticket operations, was named general manager of the Wild indoor football team Monday.

  • Wild’s Morris Lolar resigns; Paco Martinez will be next coach

    Morris Lolar has resigned as coach of the Wild and accepted a job as an assistant football coach at Northwest Mississippi Community College, the Wild announced Friday.

  • Blazek resigns as Wild football’s general manager

    John Blazek has resigned after three seasons as general manager of the Wild indoor football team.

  • Wild wins CPIFL championship

    Wichita’s 47-34 win over Salina in the Champions Professional Indoor Football League championship was like opening the biggest gift on Christmas morning with prior knowledge of what’s inside.

  • Darius Parish part of defense wanting to get Wild in CPIFL championship game

    Darius Parish has learned to find opportunity in personal setbacks.

  • Wild’s Matt Moss named CPIFL defensive player of year

    Matt Moss of the Wild was named Defensive Player of the Year by the Champions Professional Indoor Football League on Thursday.

  • Wild beats Beef, earns spot in CPIFL title game

    The Wichita Wild defeated the Omaha Beef 31-25 on Saturday night in Omaha to earn a spot in next Saturday’s CPIFL championship game against the Salina Bombers at Hartman Arena in Park City.

  • Wild set for playoff opener at Omaha

    The term “scoring offense” doesn’t always apply to the Wild.

  • Easy win sends Wild to CPIFL postseason

    After losing to Sioux City two weeks ago for only its second loss on the season, the Wild wanted to focus on fixing its mistakes Saturday against the Mid-Missouri Outlaws. Wichita made improvements, and it was obvious as the Wild defeated the Outlaws 74-16 in the final game of the regular season.

  • Wild back in action against winless Mid-Missouri

    After two off weeks in the last three, the Wild’s final football game before the postseason appears to be only slightly more difficult than not playing.

  • Wild loses on road

    The Wild fell victim to four turnovers in a 46-21 loss at Sioux City, Iowa, on Saturday night.

  • Anthony Smith in middle of hawkish Wild defense

    Anthony Smith may not have known it at the time, but a failure to make the roster of several indoor football teams he tried out for during the winter was leading to something really good.

  • Wild survives test in win over Salina

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

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