The Tri-Cities Fever snapped a five-game losing streak Saturday, defeating the host Green Bay Blizzard 73-62 in an Indoor Football League game.
Fever quarterback Houston Lillard tossed seven touchdown passes two each to Keithon Flemming, Harry Peoples and Dejuan Miller as the team improved to 2-5.
Tri-Cities took the lead for good in the final minutes of the first half.
Trailing 35-34, Lillard connected with Tre Young on a 40-yard TD pass with 1:21 to play for a 40-35 lead.
Green Bay quarterback Nathan Wara was then intercepted by Fever defensive back Lionell Singleton, and Tri-Cities closed the half with a 33-yard Brady Beeson field goal as time expired for a 43-35 halftime lead.
Young led the Fever receivers with 80 yards on five catches.
Peoples also returned a kickoff for a touchdown.
Flemming finished the game with 111 yards in total offense 58 yards rushing on 12 carries, and 53 yards receiving on four catches.
Defensive back Donyae Coleman led Tri-Cities with 13 tackles, while linebacker Brandon Wilson had 11, and Singleton added 10 to go with his pick.
Donte Sawyer paced the Blizzard (0-7) with 10 catches for 104 yards.
The Fever will play at home next Saturday against the Colorado Ice. Kickoff is at 7:05 p.m.