Jim Kelly would probably recognize a dynasty when he saw one. He might have seen one Saturday night, albeit at the double-A indoor football level. The Rochester Raiders defeated the Saginaw Sting 59-43 in a battle of unbeaten teams at Blue Cross Arena Saturday night. Kelly was in Rochester helping to raise money for Hunter's Hope, the foundation dedicated to funding research efforts to fight Krabbe's disease. The illness claimed Kelly's son Hunter in 2005. The Raiders led 31-23 at the half and held onto the lead throughout the second half. Mike Mikolaichick hooked up with Maurice Jackson for touchdowns twice in the second half. Rochester is now 5-0 while Saginaw falls to 4-1.