College rugby teams on the West Coast get on the field this week with the West Coast 7s in San Luis Obispo, Calif.
The WC 7s has undergone a bit of an organizational change with Andy Doukas taking a step back and Pete Smith stepping in.
Rugby Oregon kicked off its fall 7s this past weekend with brackets for both boys and girls.
In the girls competition, the bracket was well-attended and the games were competitive throughout. The opener between Newberg and Reynolds went to the Newberg Lady Tigers, but it wasn't a walkover as Reynolds held Newberg to just two tries in a 10-5 results.
Rugby Ohio kicked off their fall 7s with a massive event in Vermilion, Ohio, just west of Cleveland.
Many boys and girls teams from around the state competed in what was more a chance to get on the field than a championship. In the boys side well-established teams such as St. Ignatius and St. Edward were, unsurprisingly, solid in both their varsity and JV teams.
the United girls team continues to roll through the opposition in the Utah Youth Rugby Girls Fall 7s.
Saturday's Week 2 event saw United dismiss the opposition with a 4-0 record, beating Majestics (who finished second), Provo, Mountain Ridge, and Wasatch.
Week 2 in Utah Youth Rugby's fall 7s is in the books with the combined United/Genesis team coming out on top.
Both United/Genesis and Herriman were unbeaten in pool play. Herriman beat Kearns 26-0, Brighton 54-7, and Wasatch 33-5 to win their pool.