The Hornets dropped a pair of matches at the Fort Collins (Colorado) Soccer Complex.
Cheyenne lost to the Arsenal Colorado Eagles, 4-1. Nakaia Howard scored for Cheyenne. Courtney Scholl and Zoe Covill split time in goal.
The Hornets lost to Arsenal Colorado Rams, 2-1. Layla Jones tallied the goal. Jones also spent one half in goal, while Ashlynn Whiting was the goalkeeper for the other half.
Cheyenne won a pair of matches at home, beating Colorado Rush Elevation Premier (6-3) and Rapids Castle Rock Select (8-1).
Against the Rush, Kiana White netted a hat trick. Her final marker was assisted by Carmen Tafoya. Nadia Burdett, Kylie Simkins and Gabby Alvarado also netted goals.
Against Rapids, White had four goals, while Burdett scored two and assisted on another. Carmen Tafoya also had a goal.
The Sting downed Rapids Central (4-0) and Rapids Burgundy (6-2).
Those were the final home matches for seniors Makyleigh Howard, McKell Brenchley, Megan Blue, Ainsley Basich, Jordyn Knipper, Erin Griess and Emily Verosky.
Cheyenne is currently leading the Colorado Champions League with a 4-1 record and four games remaining.
Cheyenne went 3-0-1 to win the Colorado Shootout. It picked up wins over Rapids FC Burgundy (4-1), Black Hills Rapids (14-0) and tied FC Fire Grand Junction (1-1). The Sting topped Casper Red in the final, 1-0.
Liam Taylor netted four goals and assisted on two others during the tournament, while Matthew Klaassen scored three goals and added one assist. Jaxon Miller scored three goals, and Charlie Lewis scored twice and assisted on another.
Sammy Shumway, Koen Ziemann, William Little, Tyler Davis and Nathan Brenchley all scored one goal and dished out one assist. Owen Black and Leo Somerset both scored one goal, while Armando Hernandez tallied one assist.
Somerset and Lewis split time in goal.
Taylor scored the game-winner against Casper, with an assist from Brenchley in the 15th minute.