Fight at Cavs Game Leads to Visiting Team Arrests

Report by Megan Contreras/ mcontreras@k2tv.com

Two New Mexico Stars players were arrested for allegedly assaulting a Wyoming Cavalry Player.
Police confirm Stars Running Back, Darius Marshall, was one player involved, the other player has not yet been confirmed.
The Cavs won a hard fought game in the final minute last night.
In the first quarter a player from the Stars was ejected for a personal foul.
Members of the Stars team allegedly attacked a Cavs player as he was leaving the Events Center after the game.
A window is broken at the Events Center and officials believe a Stars player is to blame.
Both Stars players were bonded out last night.
We can tell you the Cavalry player is doing just fine.
Police confirm no Cavalry players were arrested in the incident.
The Wyoming Cavalry and the IFL have both released statements on this matter:

 

Official statement from the Wyoming Cavalry:
“Last evening’s incident is unfortunate and disappointing; our organization is VERY PROUD of the behavior and discipline shown by the Wyoming Cavalry coach and players in the wake of the behavior exhibited and thrust upon them by others. Law enforcement took care of out-of-state individuals responsible; the judicial system will take care of the rest. In addition, the Indoor Football League (IFL) is conducting their due diligence to determine what, if any, additional actions should be taken against those individuals and/or team. Any further information can be obtained through normal means and reports.”-- 

 

Statement from the Indoor Football League:
"The Indoor Football League is aware of what happened after last night's New Mexico Stars/Wyoming Cavalry game. The League is looking into all the details of the incident and will have a statement forthcoming."