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AIC ’center Adrian Ray was a central part of his team’s victory over NEC this past weekend.
Ray, a power-running midfielder out of the Perry Street Prep program in Washington, DC, provided one of the great highlights of the day, thundering over a defender to score one of AIC’s four tries on the night.
For many top high school rugby players, football season is upon us. For Bronson Teles of the Katy Barbarians in Texas, it’s no different.
An imposing football player as a defensive end, and in rugby as a No. 8, the tall, big-striding athlete is one to watch.
Teles began playing rugby at nine years old, and has played with Katy ever since.
Southern California’s HS 7s season wrapped up with the San Pasqual 7s at the beginning of August, and, no surprise, Los Angeles won.
Transitioning from 15s to 7s is expected for the players with the Eagle Impact Rugby Academy 7s team set for the Victoria International 7s, but one of their number doesn’t have to worry about that.
Sometimes the hardest thing to deal with is heightened expectations.
For example, when most of your team’s backline is invited to the HS All American camp, you’re expected to perform. But a twisted ankle here, or a case of the flu there, and it can sometimes start off on the wrong foot, and then expectations move you to force things.