Cheyenne won the Arsenal Cup last weekend and posted a record of 3-0-1. They won their first game vs. St. Vrain White 7-1. The second game ended in a 4-4 draw with CO United Red. In the third match, Sting beat Arsenal CO Royal 6-0 to advance to the finals. Sting defeated FC Boulder girls academy 2-1 to win the championship in their very first tournament.
Sting came away with another runner-up finish last weekend at the Colorado Rapids Classic in Aurora, Colorado. Sting came up short 3-2 in the championship game to Colorado Rush Elevation FC. In the championship game, Avery Brinkman netted both goals. Team members included Addie Gonzales, Alyssa Yoksh, Brooklyn Paskett, Emma Klungness, Emma Hofmeister, Emma Cortez, Lindsay Upward, Madi Moore, Rylee Monjaras, Santana Florita, Shelby Hoobler, Shyla Garcia, Sofia Etchepare, Teagin Latham and Zoey Woods. The team is coached by Chuck Grenfell and Don Brinkman.
Cheyenne went 2-2 and placed second at the Colorado Rapids Classic. The Sting opened the tournament with a 3-0 loss to the Colorado Rapids South Blue before beating Colorado Rapids South Gold (3-0) and Westminster Athletic Football Club (10-0).
Cheyenne lost to Rapids South Blue 1-0 in the final. The Rapids’ lone goal in the match came on a penalty kick.
Cheyenne got three goals and three assists from Katelyn Webb, three goals and two assists from Alyssa Haine, three goals and an assist from Nolee Parker, and three goals from Alejandra Becerra.
Abby Allen scored one goal and assisted on another, while Caitlyn Grenfell notched two assists and Keagan Longbottom had one.
The team also includes: Ashleigh Clark, Tayler Miller, Grace Hofmeister, Ellie Birge, Patricia Hartley, Gracianne Osterland, Shelby Gibson and Issy Hunt. It is coached by Brian Longbottom and Jeremy Kamarad.
Cheyenne went 3-1 and took second at the Colorado Rapids Classic. The Sting beat the Colorado Rapids Central 07 White (7-1), Rapids North 07 White (6-3) and Rapids FC Burgundy 07B (7-1).
Cheyenne lost to Crestmoore Camner 07 by shootout during the final, 4-4 (3-1).
Cooper Rich tallied nine goals and two assists on the weekend, while Ayden Alley scored five goals and dished out two assists. Owen Tafoya netted five goals. Cole Kamarad scored three times and notched one assist.
Dubemchi Tetenta scored once and assisted on a goal, and Avery Dalton netted one goal. Race Morrell and Wilson Flack dished out three and two assists, respectively. Tegan Krause and Lance Dixon posted one assist apiece.
Other team members include: Keenan Denison, George Diefenderfer, Dane Pederson, Munachi Tetenta, Joey Looby, Conner Kling and Will Bay. The Sting is coached by Jeremy Kamarad.