The Las Vegas Invitational Boys Elite 7s is set for Friday.
Here is the Atlantis Boys Elite squad for the Las Vegas Invitational.
Tyson Lucas Allen Eagles, Texas
Alex Schlager, West Shore, Pa.
Jayden Demmy, West Shore Pa.
Mike Weir, Doylestown, Pa.
Chris Bortuzzo, Doylestown Pa.
Isaiah Poku, Cape Pirates Fla.
John Dorman Jr, South Jersey
Mike Salloum, West Chester Pa.
There's no disputing that the Men's College 7s CRC Qualifier at the Las Vegas Invitational is one of the most intriguing college 7s tournaments of the season, in any season.
Atavus, the country’s leading provider of high performance, community and rugby coach education, is going “All In” to support the ongoing growth of the game during USA 7s week in Las Vegas. The Atavus team will be in Las Vegas all week hosting a variety of events and activities to support youth, high school and high performance rugby.
Atavus’ events for the 2017 Vegas week include:
The USA SOUTH Panther U18 girls team has been selected after an assembly this past weekend in Nashville, Tenn.
The Utah Lions Rugby Academy has been hard at work preparing for what is expected to be an incredibly tough set of elite divisions for the u18 boys and girls.
The USA South Panthers held a well-attended weekend camp Feb 4-5 with a total of 98 boys and girls looking to be selected for one of several South all-star teams to play this year.
LAS VEGAS (USA 7s Release) – For the seventh consecutive year, USA Sevens Rugby has partnered with the Clark County School District (CCSD) for the USA Sevens HSBC Adopt A Country Program, which builds a curriculum centered around the international cultures of the participating teams in the USA Sevens International Rugby Tournament returning to Sam Boyd Stadium March 3 – 5.
Eagle Impact Rugby Academy will bring 36 rugby players to Las Vegas to compete in two brackets in the Las Vegas Invitational.
Two EIRA teams will compete in the Boys Elite HS bracket, while a U16 development side will be in the Boys Open.
Play Rugby USA's Community Development Program is set to put two teams - a boys team and a girls team - into the Las Vegas Invitational and the rest of the North American HS 7s elite series.
With the demands on a high school rugby player’s time, rugby 7s has to work hard to find a place, and certainly that hard work is worth it when you find a special talent.
The Atlantis All-Star program has named the 24 players to be part of its Girls U18/U16 teams for the Las Vegas Invitational.
This team will be part of the NAHS 7s elite-level HS 7s series, which will also include the NAI 7s in Salt Lake City, and other tournaments as the series grows.