Ice freeze Cavs 69-28, Wyoming loses 9th straight

SOURCE: IFL

The Colorado Ice moved into first place in the Indoor Football League’s Intense conference with its 69-28 win over the Wyoming Cavalry on Friday night in Casper, Wyoming.

The Ice (9-3) sweep the season series over the Cavalry (1-12) and jump ahead Nebraska (9-3) in the standings, thanks to its 2-0 record against the Danger. Running back Randy Bell ran for two touchdowns and caught another from quarterback Willie Copeland, who ran for two scores himself. He also threw two touchdown passes to Kyle Kaiser — the receiver’s 18th and 19th of the season — and Jasonus Tillery.




Ice linebacker Joe Thornton returned an interception for a touchdown.

The Ice, winners of four straight, return home next Saturday, hosting the Green Bay Blizzard (0-11), which is in last place in the United Conference.