Soul weather the Storm to stay undefeated

The Soul's Darius Reynolds , left, pulls pulls in a pass and beats the Tampa Bay Storm's Cameron McGlenn in the endzone to score a touchdown in the first quarter of Round One Arena Football playoff game Sunday Aug. 7, 2016 in Allentown, Pa. Reynolds caught six passes for 115 yards and five touchdowns Saturday night to lead the Soul's receiving corps in a 62-41 win over the Storm.

Dan Raudabaugh tossed five touchdown passes to lead the Soul past the streaking Tampa Bay Storm, 62-41, at the Wells Fargo Center to stay undefeated five games out from the playoffs.

"Going into this game, we knew Tampa Bay was going to be a tough opponent," said Soul coach Clint Dolezel. "I'm very proud of how the guys played. They held their own and kept the lead. It's a great feeling to be undefeated at this point in the season."

The Soul (9-0) got out to an early lead after Raudabaugh - who went 15 for 21 for 209 yards - found Soul receiver Darius Reynolds for a touchdown, and they held a lead over the Storm (7-2) for the remainder of the game.

Reynolds finished with six catches for 115 yards and five touchdowns.

Coming into the game, the Storm had mounted a six-game winning streak since losing to the Soul, 56-52, in the season opener.

The Soul and the Storm are the only two teams in the five-team league to have a winning record.

The Soul will take on the Cleveland Gladiators (3-7) on the road at 7 p.m. Saturday. It will be the third and final regular-season meeting between the two. The Soul beat the Gladiators, 59-49, in the previous matchup, on June 10.