Tomorrow the Girls High School All Americans (GHSAAs), powered by ATAVUS, will look for their second win against the British Columbia U18s. Yesterday, the GHSAAs defeated their Canadian host 58-0 in the program's first-ever 15s game. Sunday's match kicks off at 8:45 a.m. but will not be streamed.
What a way to start the history books. The Girls High School All Americans (GHSAAs), powered by ATAVUS, played their first-ever 15s match and won 58-0 against the British Columbia U18s in Canada. While the provincial side never slacked in effort, the visitors dominated possession and aggression while the bench emptied during the 70-minute match.
Tomorrow the Girls High School All Americans (GHSAA), powered by ATAVUS, will assemble at Central Washington University in preparation for a two-game series against the British Columbia U18s in Canada. The outing will also be new territory for Farrah Douglas, who assumed the head coach position earlier this year.
The West has supplied the majority of players to the Girls High School All American (GHSAA) team preparing to face the British Columbia U18s next week. Twenty-one players hail from California (10), Washington (6), Colorado (3), and Oregon (2), while the remaining six hail from the Midwest (4) and East Coast (2). Below is a little more information on the players themselves.
BOULDER, Colo. – Twenty-seven young female athletes will make history next weekend as the first women’s under-18 national team to compete in a 15s match as the Girls High School All-Americans powered by ATAVUS head north of the border for a two-match series against BC Rugby U18 Women’s.
An element of surprise tints many of Renee Gonzalez's rugby experiences, but the now-senior was expecting to attend her second Stars & Stripes camp as a veteran. That was, of course, until the Stars staff asked the 17-year-old fullback to have a go at flanker. The forwards. Scrums.