De La Salle won the single-school cup competition in Northern California, upsetting Jesuit of Sacramento 19-10 to win it.
This was the first time ever that De La Salle has beaten Jesuit in rugby.
Jesuit played well and were quick to the breakdowns and played with skill, but De La Salle was very physical and stuck to their defensive structure nicely.
Six teams are looking for single-school championships this weekend in California.
The SCIRF league of teams looking to follow California Interscholastic Federation rules, sees St. Augustine play San Clemente in the final.
It's been a decade of major changes in high school rugby, but some things do remain the same, with a few teams dominating the landscape.
Here's a look at who gets our awards for the decade:
Jesuit High School of Sacramento has announced that their Head Coach of the multi-national-championship rugby program, John Shorey, is retiring after 23 years with the team.
Shorey has been a fixture with Marauder Rugby since the 1990’s when Fred Khasigian, who led the charge to form Jesuit’s rugby program, asked Shorey to step in and coach for one year.
Jesuit of Sacramento defeated top Utah team Herriman in a highly-regarded crossover game.
It was a game played in wet conditions, and while Herriman was missing five starters due to injury, the Utah school hung close though much of the game.
Jesuit scored their final try at the end of the game.