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U13s are United on revenge

Durango United will play for a state title Sunday in Denver
Cole Sweetser knows a thing or two about a Durango community where he’s coached his U13 team into the Presidents Cup championship game Sunday in Denver: He helped lead the Fort Lewis College men’s soccer team to a 2005 national championship, and now he’s hoping to lead his underdog Durango United boys to a title of their own.
Captain Jack Eggleston said his Durango United U13 boys soccer team has a good chance to avenge its Presidents Cup-opening 4-0 loss to America of Colorado Inter. “It’s got to be our best game. But if we can play our best?” Eggleston said. “Yeah.”
Former FLC national champion Cole Sweetser said hard work and passion have put his Durango United U13 team into the Presidents Cup final, along with plenty of support from the families. “We’ve been doing it as a team, top to bottom,” Sweetser said.
In the tournament-opening loss, Aiden Urban, Dragon Cruz-Yen and Jack Eggleston struggled to keep their defensive shape. Three weeks and two more trips to Denver, and that’s changed – they beat the Durango U14 team 1-0 in a scrimmage Wednesday night.
Durango United Roster

Rensler Beasley

Keiran Brook

Dragon Cruz-Yen

Nicholas Dudley

Jackson Eggleston

Eli Fenton

David Furnas

Garrett James Krispin

Saylor Longfellow

Christopher Mooney

Tanner Murphy

Ian Osby

Grant Pierce

Steven Sigillito

Emmett Stottlemyer

Aiden Urban

Cole Waddell

Maxwell Wilson

U13s are United on revenge

Cole Sweetser knows a thing or two about a Durango community where he’s coached his U13 team into the Presidents Cup championship game Sunday in Denver: He helped lead the Fort Lewis College men’s soccer team to a 2005 national championship, and now he’s hoping to lead his underdog Durango United boys to a title of their own.
Captain Jack Eggleston said his Durango United U13 boys soccer team has a good chance to avenge its Presidents Cup-opening 4-0 loss to America of Colorado Inter. “It’s got to be our best game. But if we can play our best?” Eggleston said. “Yeah.”
Former FLC national champion Cole Sweetser said hard work and passion have put his Durango United U13 team into the Presidents Cup final, along with plenty of support from the families. “We’ve been doing it as a team, top to bottom,” Sweetser said.
In the tournament-opening loss, Aiden Urban, Dragon Cruz-Yen and Jack Eggleston struggled to keep their defensive shape. Three weeks and two more trips to Denver, and that’s changed – they beat the Durango U14 team 1-0 in a scrimmage Wednesday night.
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