HS Nationals News
The Danville Oaks won the Boys HS Rugby National Championships HS club championship, and it might just be that a trip to England and Wales helped make it happen.
The Oaks toured Ireland with Irish Rugby Tours during the spring, and the trip sowed the seeds for a national title, and possible more in the future.
The Boys HS Rugby National Championships are set for this weekend in Kansas City, MO.
And it's also a race for #1 in perhaps the most competitive season in recent memory.
The Boys HS Rugby National Championship has confirmed its brackets for the 2018 championship.
LIVE on FloRugby May 17-19.
The Boys HS Rugby National Championships list of teams has been confirmed.
For more on this, go here.
The teams are, as always, being selected by a panel of coaches. Those coaches look at the applicants' ability to show up, pay for travel, and compete.
The Boys HS Rugby National Championships application deadline is almost here.
Teams have until February 15 to submit an application.
To apply, click here.
The Boys High School Rugby National Championships will be held on May 17-19, 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri. The Boys High School Rugby National Championships expect to attract the top high school teams and clubs in the nation to the premier high school-aged tournament in America.
The Boys High School National Championship committee is pleased to announce a partnership with Hooligan Rugby and Tsunami for their 2018 event. The tournament will again be held at Swope Soccer Village in Kansas City, MO on May 17-18-19, 2018.
The Boys HS Rugby National Championships is over and done and continues to show us why playing outside of your region is a good thing.
Some things I learned and saw at th Boys HS Rugby Nationals.
The Boys HS Rugby National Championships will be live-streamed by Goff Rugby Report partner FloRugby.Com.
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So the first day of the Boys HS Rugby Nationals is done and we've got a few observations:Good Teams are Good
Well, duh. What we mean by that is, good teams are good at a lot of things, and if you take one thing away, they will find another way to beat you. In addition, good teams find something they're good at, and they do it again and again and again.