by Pat Clifton
The men’s 7s Eagles started off the 2016/2017 season with an underwhelming performance in Dubai. They opened with a 14-5 loss to Scotland (more on that in a second). Then Team USA trailed Uganda 7-5 at halftime of the second contest. They’d right the ship in the second half, outscoring the African
by Brett Anker
With the the America Rugby Championship  set to begin in February, and with several weeks... read more
by Evan Lappen
After going 1-2 in Day One of the HSBC Dubai Sevens, the United States blew out Russia, 40-5, in... read more
by Pat Clifton
With a potential for as many as six changes from Rio, the Eagles team taking the field in Dubai has... read more
by Jake Frechette
Playing in San Sebastian, Spain at Estadio Anoeta, Tonga took an early lead and was able to hang on... read more
by Kaitlin McCabe
Wayne State College has won a Penn Mutual National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) 15 or... read more
by Kaitlin McCabe
For the second year in a row, the Davenport Panthers came out on top of the Winona State Black... read more
by Evan Lappen
What started in August on college campuses across the nation was finished at Furman University in... read more
by Brett Anker
It took several years, but Wisconsin-Whitewater finally captured its second DII national title.... read more
by Rugby Today Staff
The Gentlemen of Aspen go on to win the first annual Aspen 7s Rugby Tournament at Rio Grande Field... read more
by Phil Terrigno
PHILADELPHIA — The New York Rhinos and the Ontario Blues were on the PPL Park pitch for a while in... read more
by Brett Anker
The last time Tempe made it to the DII National title game came 12 years ago when it lost to... read more
by Pat Clifton
The Gladiators, in their first year of rugby, are 14-0 and headed for the DIII National... read more
by Allyn Freeman
World Rugby announced the schedule for the 2017 U-20 Boys event to be held in the country of... read more
by Allyn Freeman
Rugby is a contact sport and often parents, at the introductory high school level, have resistance... read more
by Allyn Freeman
England won their third U-20 Boys Championship with a resounding 45-21 win over Ireland. A ... read more
by Allyn Freeman
In May of 1992, perennial high school boy’s powerhouse, Highland of Salt Lake City, won its fifth... read more
by Pat Clifton
The men’s 7s Eagles started off the 2016/2017 season with an underwhelming performance in Dubai.... read more
by Jake Frechette
With a 28-14 win over Samoa in their final match, USA finish the Dubai leg of the HSBC Sevens World... read more
by Pat Clifton
Team USA fell to South Africa, 19-10, in the pool finale Friday in Dubai, bringing its record to 1-... read more
by Pat Clifton
The USA got its first win of the season, 29-7, over a game Uganda side Friday in Dubai. The Eagles... read more
by Brett Anker
Forty teams competed over three divisions in the high school competition at the Penn Mutual CRC.... read more
by Pat Clifton
SEATTLE – (April 27, 2016) ATAVUS  and Volt Athletics today announced the launch of a new... read more
by Allyn Freeman
Rugby in America's high schools represented the last place of expansion. Today, rugby is the nation... read more
by Brett Anker
British Columbia defeated Atlantis 7s to win the boys U-18 division at the Las Vegas Invitational.... read more
 

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High School > Boys > HS Club

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The latest Boys HS Club Rankings features a few changes as there seems to have been a shakeup in Northern California.

Sierra Foothills looks exceptionally strong with their early results, while Danville, while solid, has stumbled somewhat, as has Granite Bay.

With Belmont Shore being heavily connected to Wilson HS, the Wilson team's success so far this season helps Belmont Shore.

It's very cold still, so we will know more as the weather warms.
 

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1United (Utah)-
2Cathedral (Ind.)-
3San Diego Mustangs (Calif.)
4Sierra Foothills (Calif.)
5Liberty (Wash.)
6Colorado Springs (Colo.)
7Chuckanut Bay (Wash.)

International > Men > IRB Rankings

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1NEW ZEALAND93.81
2SOUTH AFRICA89.34
3AUSTRALIA86.88
4ENGLAND85.68
5IRELAND82.13
6WALES80.7
7FRANCE80.07
8ARGENTINA76.44
9SAMOA75.49