Pueblo West athletics held back by financial constraints in league movement

Pueblo West athletics held back by financial constraints in league movement

Pueblo West athletics held back by financial constraints in league movement

Ask a coach, an athlete or even Pueblo West Athletic Director, Zach Odell: ‘Why don’t you move leagues — make the South-Central League a non-Cyclone league?’ 

The answer: “it’s out of our control.”

The most recent volleyball season, which resulted in a Cyclone S-CL title and 13-1 record, brought to light an argument. With automatic bids to the postseason this year, Pueblo West was given a trip to the 5A regionals — which it was unable to attend after COVID-19 complications — as part of a largely 4A league. 

Pueblo South missed the 4A regionals by a handful of spots after producing its own productive season. The two meshed in conversation, due to the 4A school missing out on an auto-bid to a now-5A Cyclone team. 

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