On May 18 four Cleveland youth soccer players, members of the Roughnecks, participated in a 3 vs. 3 competition in Wagoner, Okla. and came home as winners.
This is something that these young ladies had never done before and were up for the new challenge. The competition was only supposed to be held on one day but because of the storm it ended up being a two day competition. Most of the teams, that the girls played against, had a total of six players, which means plenty of subs. There was a total of five teams in the bracket, with one of the teams being a WSA team (WSA is a competitive team).
The Roughnecks started out with four players on Saturday and ended Sunday with only three players. The girls played one game on Saturday while it was raining and won that before they have to take shelter. On Sunday, the girls showed up to play and that is exactly what they did. Playing three games that day they ended up winning every single game. They received first place medals.
Congratulations to these amazing girls on all the achievements that they have done and to their amazing coach for giving them the chance to try something new and having faith in them. The girls have decided to participate in another 3 on 3 competition in Jenks on June 29.