The Nashville Kats secured its second win by defeating the Wichita Regulators 58-26 in front of 4,649 in attendance at the F&M Bank Arena on Saturday afternoon for Military Appreciation Day. This victory brings Nashville to a 2-2 record, while the Regulators fall to 1-2.

Offensively, the Kats were led by quarterback Dalton Oliver, who passed for seven touchdowns and 164 yards in his first start for Nashville. The Nashville defense recorded six sacks for 45 yards and two interceptions.

Nashville took an early 24-7 halftime lead after an 8-0 advantage in the first quarter. Braxton Haley logged his first of four receiving touchdowns on a 16-yard pass from Oliver. New signee Milton Williams caught a 25-yard touchdown pass from Oliver to make it 15-0, followed by Haley's second touchdown reception, bringing the score to 21-0 Nashville.

Wichita got on the board with 45 seconds left in the half on a 36-yard catch and run, making it 21-7. The Kats added three points just before time expired as Pat Clarke nailed a 20-yard field goal.

Nashville scored 34 second-half points, while the Regulators added 19 points. Wichita scored first in the second half, but Haley responded with his third touchdown making it 31-14. Oliver then added a rushing touchdown, increasing the lead to 37-14.

Oliver passed for three more touchdowns in the second half, connecting with Williams twice and Haley once, bringing the final score to 58-26.

Haley was the top target for Nashville quarterbacks, catching six passes for 70 yards and four touchdowns. Williams hauled in three touchdowns on five receptions for a team-high 85 yards.

Shedrick Kirk led the team with four tackles and a sack. Ezekiel Rose finished with two sacks, while Carlton Brown, Zay Henderson, and Reggie Howard recorded one sack. Derrick Jones and Trae Meadows each had an interception.

The Kats ran 33 plays for 192 yards, while Wichita logged 116 yards on 38 plays.

Nashville travels next Saturday to Orlando to take on the Predators at 7 PM ET / 6 PM CT from the Kia Center.