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DSHA Looking Strong in Wisconsin Girls League

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DSHA Looking Strong in Wisconsin Girls League

DSHA vs Madison. Photo Brian Frain, DSHA

The Wisconsin Girls Rugby season continued this past weekend with four games.

DSHA B and Madison and made their season debuts after opening the season with a bye. At the end of the weekend, teams from DSHA sit atop both divisions.

Catholic Memorial vs Stevens Point was postponed because of a positive COVID test on Stevens Point. The teams decided to reschedule their game to October 2 out of an abundance of caution.

Bruisers defeat Knightmares 68-0. The Bruisers continued their strong play a week after making DSHA A earn their win and a season removed from finishing as D1 runners-up in the Wisconsin 7s season last spring.

DSHA A defeats Madison 70-5. DSHA settled into their perennial role of putting up big numbers on WGR competition after a week 1 performance where they “only” scored five tries. Madison will take some joy in loss. They scored their first try against the DSHA A side, a side they previous lost to by over 100 points in 2018.

DSHA B defeats Muskego 64-0. Per records, this was DSHA B’s largest win in WGR competition since being entered as an official side on the league schedule. It eclipses their 2016 65-7 win over a different version of Mueskgo/Vernon that suspended play in 2018.

Wisconsin Girls Rugby 2021 Standings
Jeff Noe Conference            
Team W L T PF PA PD BP Pts
DSHA 2 0 0 97 10 87 2 10
Bruisers 1 1 0 73 27 46 1 5
Green Bay Co-op 1 0 0 39 0 39 1 5
Madison 0 1 0 5 70 -65 0 0
Kettle Moraine 0 2 0 0 107 -107 0 0
                 
Tony Oliver Conference            
Team W L T PF PA PD BP Pts
DSHA B 1 0 0 64 0 64 1 5
CMH 1 0 0 60 0 60 1 5
Hamilton 1 0 0 59 10 49 1 5
SPASH 0 1 0 10 59 -40 0 0
Muskego 0 2 0 0 124 -124 0 0

—Barry Holloway