Highlights… May 4 – 6

 

U10 boys playing tough at Cerise Park

 

U14 Girls Red

Beat Telluride twice over the weekend. The first score is unavailable, the second was 7 – 2.

 

U13 Girls White

Beat Telluride 3 – 1, and  5 – 0

 

The U13 Girls White played U14 Red on Monday evening for the final league game of the season.  After excellent play by both teams,  the U13 came out on top 3 – 1.  One of the highlights of the game was excellent goal tending by both Morgan Omer of the U13 and Clara Beshoar of the U14.  Both  deflected off numerous shots on goal. 

 

U12 Boys Black

Beat OCSA Storm 8 – 0

Beat Crested Butte Blue 6 – 1

U12 Boys White

U12 avalanche white defeated Moab 5-2 to repeat as league champions for the second straight season. As a team they averaged 4 goals a game with the defense giving up just over 1 goal a game. Typically playing with 1 or no subs the entire team really came together and because of their effort they came away with great results and tremendous growth individually and together.

 

U12 Boys Red

Lost to Moab  2 – 5

Jonathan Zuniga and Trevor Jackson each scored for the team.  

 

U11 Girls Red

Tied Durango United Sparks 3 -3

Lost to Durango United Strikers 5 -3

 

Montrose Avalanche Red U12 Girls came out strong in Game 1 on Saturday against Durango United Sparks.  They had never been scored on during the season until Shayla Geesing scored on them early in the game.  It was a tight game all the way through with and end score of 3-3.  Caroline Graham scored and Shayla ended up with two goals.  Elliott had great saves the entire game!

 

Game 2 met with fierce competition and it was the first real challenge we saw all season.  We were up 2-0 as Shayla Geesing put two goals in.  Durango United Strikers ended up with two penalty kicks near the end of the game to end up leading 5-3.  Shayla scored the 3rd goal and Elltiott Howe again made numerous saves!  Our girls ended up a bit banged up but never gave up and are preparing for the Durango Shoot-out.  

 

We ended our regular season 6-1-1 – what an awesome improvement from last season.  These girls have stuck together and are looking forward for a great fall season! – Coach Dunnagan

U10 Boys 

 

Beat OCSA Cougars (Ouray County) 2 – 1

Beat Pagosa Springs FC Pirates 9 – 0

 

The U10 boys team finished the season strong with two wins on Saturday against the OCSA Cougars United (Ouray County) and Pagosa Springs FC Pirates.  The first game ended against OCSA ended in a 2-1 victory with JT Imus and Leon Valdez each scoring a goal.  In the second game they won 9-0 with Brendan Ullmann and Leon Valdez each scoring two goals and Cody Zimmer, Jorge Pacheco, Trey Reese, Nick Shearer, and Luke Lodato scoring once each.  These boys had a great first season with the Avalanche and one accomplishment we are especially proud of is that during the season every player scored at least one goal!

 

 

 

U10 Girls

 

Beat Prostar New Mexico White Team  6 – 1

Beat Cortez Galaxy 1 Team  – 11- 0

 

The U10 Avalanche Girls Team were victorious in both games Saturday and tied for 2nd out of 9 teams in the Southwest League! Great Job by the entire team.

Game 1 vs Prostar New Mexico White Team~ we won 6 ~ 4

Shae Vang led with 3 goals in the first half and 2 goals in the second half

Josey Coulter had 1 goal in the 2nd half

Goal Keeper Reagan Smuin had 4 saves

Game 2 vs the Cortez Galaxy 1 Team~ we won 11 ~ 0

Taylor Yanosky and Tatum Hanley both scored 1 goal in the first half, Shae Vang had 2 goals in the first half.

In the 2nd half, Sarah Imus and Tatum Hanley both scored twice. Taylor Yanosky, Ava Vang, and Lydia Stryker all had 1 goal to end the regular season. Goal Keeper Reagan Smuin had 6 saves

The U10 Girls will play May 18th and 19th in Grand Junction at the GMIT Tournament.

 

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