The USA U20s have picked their lineup to face Canada U20s in the second of
two games at the National Sports Center in Blaine, Minn.
Head Coach Jason Kelly will be looking for an improved performance after
his squad lost 26-16 Wednesday. The USA did well in several areas of the
game in the first encounter - they got plenty of possession and defended
well until they gave up two late... Read More
In a match between the two best teams in the Washington DC area, #1-ranked
Gonzaga slammed a very athletic Perry Street Pride team 53-3 Friday night.
After a Ben Cina penalty, Gonzaga scored their first try through lock
William Clougherty. At 18 minutes center Frank Ruzicka touched down, and
after a Cima penalty, Dominic Plantamura's try made it 27-3. Cima, as
usual, was... Read More
Major adjustments in the HS Club
rankings as several teams were upset. Danville's run ended early
and they drop precipitously out of #3.
By virtue of beating them, Islanders move up, and Peninsula Green,
who almost beat the Islanders a week before, follow them.
San Diego Mustangs move up due to strong results, as do NOVA... Read More
The USA U20s officially start their Junior World Championship buildup with
a two-game series against the Canadian U20s this week.
The teams will meet at the National Sports Center in Blaine, Minn., and
this is the final opportunity for players to push for a place in the JWC
“We have to balance training and games,” said USA U20 Head Coach Jason
Kelly. “In a lot of ways we... Read More
The Boys High School National Invitational Championship, slated for May
16-18 in Elkhart, Ind., has announced its final list of participating
teams, and seedings.
Using a variety of criteria to decide which teams would be invited and how
they were seeded - including RUGBYMag.com rankings, results this... Read More
St. Igantius, Burrell, St. Thomas,
and Bishop Hendricken comes in to the Rankings this
Virtually all men living in the U.S.
must register with Selective Service within 30 days of their
18th birthday. Men who fail to register become
ineligible for... Read More
Just before the final scrum of the Northern California Boys HS quarterfinal
between Peninsula Green v. Islanders, the referee informed the players that
the score was Peninsula Green 36, Islanders 32.
With time up, the choice for Peninsula Green was simple: win the ball and
kick to touch. This they did, ending the game and, they thought securing a
place in the semifinals.
However... Read More
Danville defeated Marin 36-33 this weekend in Northern California’s wildly
competitive Club Varsity Gold league, advancing Danville to the semifinals.
In a thriller, Danville scored early, exploiting some missed tackles, to
lead 12-0 after ten minutes. In a physical game, Danville’s forwards did
well to control the pace of the game and keep ruck ball slow, but Marin did
well to... Read More
St. Edward moves up because they
probably deserved to earlier.
Perry Street Pride moves up after
almost beating Xavier.
St. Joseph's Prep moves into the
Top 25 and up to the Top 10 with a defeat of #9 Unionville. Park
Hill South shows they deserved to be in the Top 25 all along... Read More
from Washington, DC traveled north to meet Xavier High School in New York
City for the second time this season. Xavier bested the Pride 31-19 in a
spirited match in Philadelphia, Pa. earlier this spring and 32-30 Saturday.
The Pride scored first with a quick-tap penalty that saw outside center
Adrian Ray dive over in the corner. Despite the difficult angle,... Read More