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04.09.2019 - Alex Goff

The KC Jr. Blues defeated a very tough in-state opponent, holding off a comeback by= St. Louis University High to win 33-26.

This has become a huge rivalry in recent years as the two teams have played in the state final in four of the last five seasons. Without starting No. 8 Ayden Augspurg, the Blues still started well, scoring the opening two tries to lead 12-0.

01.18.2018 - Alex Goff

The Lindenwood HS tournament returns to St. Charles, Mo. with some of the top high school teams in the middle of the USA, and will be live-streamed by www.FloRugby.com, as well.

05.07.2017 - Alex Goff

A quick look at the HS action around the country.

In Idaho, Rocky Mountain and Eagle will play for the Idaho state championship after both won semifinals this weekend.

04.15.2017 - Alex Goff

St. Thomas Aquinas of Kansas defeated the Kansas City Junior Blues in a local rivalry game 32-12 Saturday.

04.12.2017 - Alex Goff

Three of the highest-ranked high school teams converged on Xavier University in Ohio over the weekend to play a three-game series.

Gonzaga HS, the #2-ranked single-school team, Kansas City Junior Blues, the #7-ranked HS club team, and St. Ignatius, the #4-ranked single-school team, met up.

03.28.2017 - Alex Goff

Kansas City Junior Blues won the Tulsa Hooligan Rugby Tournament Sunday, defeating the Chargers out of Wisconsin 20-13 in the final.

05.10.2016 - Alex Goff

Behind an MVP performance from flanker Mason Tasset, the Kansas City Jr. Blues won the team’s 4th-straight Missouri State Championship this weekend in Jefferson City, Mo. 

The weekend was a tough one for all concerned as eight teams assembled in the state capital to play quarterfinals and semifinals on Saturday, and final placements games on Sunday.

04.12.2016 - Alex Goff

The Kansas City Jr. Blues won the Heart of America Tournament in what was a somewhat strange finish.

03.05.2016 - Alex Goff

On Day One of the two-day Lindenwood High School tournament, Penn HS of Indiana has looked very strong.

08.13.2014 - Alex Goff

Graduating Kansas City Jr. Blues player Will Ben Sims will enroll at Trinity College, Dublin University, this coming fall.