In one of the two games this weekend between very highly-ranked teams, Royal Irish defeated Penn HS in Indiana Super League conference play.
In a tight Indiana Super League game, Penn HS outlasted Notre Dame De La Salette to win 38-24 Saturday.
The teams were tied 24-24 at half-time, but Penn was the stronger in the second half, scoring two tries, having two more called back, and holding their Illinois-based rivals scoreless.
Notre Dame De La Salette claimed an impressive victory over the weekend as the Illinois school that plays in Indiana defeated Chicago's Brother Rice 45-0.
Suzi Dillon did something that she never thought she’d have to consider: The North Central head coach held tryouts for this year’s varsity and JV sides. The nine-time Indiana state champion has claimed the previous six titles, and the lure of wearing the Panther jersey is being reflected in surging participation numbers.
Wheeling Jesuit continued to make their late charge for a DIA playoff spot with yet another impressive victory.
This time, it was Ohio State who were on the receiving end to the tune of 48-10. In a tough, physical game where both teams heard the referee's whistle a lot, WJU showed their imporoement, countering Ohio State's forward-first game with some snappy ball movement.
Notre Dame de La Sallette put on an impressive display Saturday in a game they had hoped would be a challenging warmup to their Indiana Super League season.
La Salette, which is based in Illinois but plays in Indiana, defeated Illinois team Fenwick 96-0.
Life University moved to 3-0 and all but clinched the Mid-South DIA Conference with an 18-15 nailbiter at Lindenwood.
Rugby Indiana is looking to hire for several positions to help run high school rugby in the state.
The State-Based Rugby Organization has put out a call for applications for:
Socia Media Intern
Rugby Development Instructor