The Pueblo West Cyclone Football Team has shown, throughout the 2017 season, to be indomitable. From their prowess victory over the Pueblo South Colts to archiving the annual Pigskin, to building their way up to a spot in the playoffs, performing with brazen and daunt they have been absolutely outstanding,
Pueblo West, ranked sixth in 4A and sixteenth in the state of Colorado, is 4-1 in the league and 9-1 overall. With a total of 377 points and 55 touchdowns scored, the Cyclones have accomplished winning a large majority of the 10 games they have played against schools throughout the state, and in Pueblo.
7 of the 10 games they have played is where you can see the team’s haughty strength and laud for their accomplishment. These games consist of the games played against Coronado 49-7, Air Academy 37-7, Dakota Ridge 31-7, Mesa Ridge 47-23, Pueblo East 36-14, and Pueblo County 28-7 having at least 20 prodigious points scored against the opposing team. In some games, like the Pueblo Centennial football game, they won 47-0, scoring 47 points in the lead, not even giving the other team an opportunity to score.
The team has had baleful moments as well as winsome ones. Despite the fact that Pueblo West won the game against Pueblo South, the points scored were very close in the game going into double overtime, 55-54, within a point of each other. Pueblo West has had one other game played that is seemingly a game well-played, Widefield 42-30. The one loss they had during the season against Pine Creek 21-14, looks like it was a difficult game played for the Cyclones, but Pueblo West did not go down without a fight, having three touchdowns scored against them, and completed two on Pine Creek.
Dain Rojas is a Pueblo West High School Senior and, #27 on the field playing football as the team’s kicker contributing to just about every game the Cyclones have had this season. Rojas says,” The season is going great because of the fact we’re 9-1, and I think the playoffs are going to be great because our team is solid throughout.” The team members feel sound about their season so far and confident for the challenges that lay ahead of them.