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06.04.2019 - Alex Goff

Edina defeated Eagan 22-17 to win the Minnesota Youth Rugby Boys HS title this past weekend.

After running through the season undefeated, Edina was the favorite here, but, as head coach Chris Babiash said, "you always hear the cliché that beating a team three times is a tough task."

And that's how it ended up.

06.06.2017 - Alex Goff

After a regular Minnesota Youth Rugby season where Eagan seemed to be in control, Edina emerged as state champs with a 22-10 defeat of Eagan in the MYR playoffs this past weekend.

06.12.2016 - Alex Goff

Edina overcame an early deficit to beat Minnetonka 22-10 Saturday and win the Minnesota Youth Rugby Boys HS championship.

Minnetonka did take a 5-0 lead, capitalizing on some Edina errors. And in fact it wasn't really a comfortable run for Edina - last week they needed overtime to get through the semis against Duluth.

06.04.2016 - Alex Goff

Edina and Minnetonka will meet in the final of the Minnesota Youth Rugby Boys HS championship next week after both won semifinals Saturday.

For Edina, the favorite and defending champs, it was a scary day. Edina ran out to a 12-0 lead, but were stifled by a strong Duluth forward pack and the game ended 12-12.

06.02.2016 - Alex Goff

Edina has been plowing through the Minnesota Youth Rugby season, but they didn’t so much plow this week in the MYR quarterfinals.

06.09.2014 - Alex Goff
The joke going around Minnesota is that they are the Edina Yankees, and maybe there is a dynastic quality to the team, which won its third straight Minnesota Boys HS title Sunday with a convincing defeat of Minnetonka. Head Coach Chris  Babiash said repeating isn’t easy, but it happens because he and the team are proactive. “We continue to build the
06.08.2014 - Alex Goff

The Edina boys HS team capped off an excellent Minnesota High School season with a 46-7 defeat of Minnetonka to win the state title Sunday at Irondale HS.

Edina pulled away from Hopkins 43-7 in the semis, while the big upset was Minnetonka, which beat #1 seed Duluth/North Shore 17-15 to make the championship game.

In the Plate Final, Burnsville shut out Southside 46-0.