Rocky Mountain Division

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Rocky Mountain Roundup - Week 4

Week 4 of the Rocky Mountain Division was supposed to see two pivotal matches to end the holiday break.  Instead we saw one forfeit and one rescheduled match. 

On Friday night, the Dynamite were supposed to host the Colorado Blizzard in a match that doubled as the US Arena Open Soccer Championships Round of 16.  The Winter Break saw the Dynamite change their home venue from Highlands Ranch to the new APEX Field House in Arvada, as well as the Blizzard dropping out of the US Arena Open Championships.  This series of events led to the Dynamite being awarded a Quarterfinal berth in the Open Championships, as well as the regular season match between the two clubs being postponed to a later date, to be announced.

The Dynamite, who will be the Rocky Mountain Region's representative in the US Arena Open Championships, learned that they will be playing Vitesse Dallas in the Quarterfinals, after Dallas defeated Springfield 7-5 on Sunday.   The Dynamite will travel to Texas on January 21st for an 8:00PM kickoff in Arlington .  

In place of the regularly scheduled match, The Dynamite hosted "The Dynamite Showcase" between Dynamite Team 1 in Blue and Dynamite Team 2 in Red.  Dynamite Team 1 was victorious 6-3.

On Saturday night, the Colorado Blizzard were awarded a 3-0 forfeit victory over the Fort Collins Fury, who for some reason were unable to make the trip south.   After the forfeit, the standings look like this:



Rocky Mountain Division GP W L T Pts
Colorado Blizzard  22006

The Blizzard take a 2-0 record into their home match vs. the Dynamite on Jan. 14th....





Ft. Collins Fury   53209


The Fury will face each team on the road once to close out their season






Denver Dynamite   21103

After splitting two road games the Dynamite will finally play their 3rd match on Jan. 14th....





Edwards Freedom   30300

The 0-3 Freedom still have a shot to turn their season around....










On Saturday night, January 14th, the season will finally resume.  At 7pm in Edwards, the Freedom will hope to turn their season around versus the Fort Collins Fury.  The Fury will hope to boost their playoff hopes with a win to improve upon their 3-2 record.   At 8pm in Monument, the Blizzard (2-0) and Dynamite (1-1) will finally meet in a pivotal match for two clubs that each have 6 games remaining in their respective seasons.

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