The Woodlands Boys HS team won the Boy's High School Elite Division at Bloodfest in the Austin, TX area over the weekend; the win was notable in part because Woodlands was the only non-select-side in the bracket, and took home the trophy regardless.
This follows on the Woodlands sweeping two previous 7s tournaments, making this the third tournament win this summer.
The Woodlands defeated St. Pius X 29-19 April 28 to take the Rugby Texas Division I state title in Austin, Texas, bouncing back from a very difficult semifinal game the day before.
The Woodlands Youth Rugby Club held its second annual ‘Come and Take It’ Rugby Tournament in The Woodlands, TX over Spring Break.
In a clash of two ranked Texas teams, The Woodlands (#16 in HS Club) took on St. Pius X (#36 among single-school teams), Woodlands defeated Pius 21-10 over the weekend.
The Woodlands rugby club out of the Houston area took a trip to New Orleans and faced off with the New Orleans Jesuit Blue Jays.
The Woodlands Youth Rugby Club held its first ‘Come and Take It’ Rugby Tournament in The Woodlands, Texas over spring break.
The Woodlands ended their Rugby Texas season 12-0, and gave retiring Head Coach Phil Beck a state title in his final season.
Semifinals on Saturday, May 6
Woodlands 29 Cy Fair 25
Dallas Harlequins Colts 27 Westlake 17
We're down to four teams in the Rugby Texas boys HS playoffs.
As we reported earlier, the Dallas Harlequins Colts beat St. Pius X in the tight one on Friday night.
Here’s the latest from Rugby Texas.
Woodlands pulled off an impressive victory over St. Thomas 64-28. Woodlands remains undefeated, while St. Thomas may have put themselves in enough of a position for a playoff spot if they beat Memorial next week.
Cy Fair produced a big result, defeating Katy 29-25. That victory helped Cy Fair secure the West.
As the Rugby Texas league starts to get to the business end, several teams have shown themselves to be major contenders, and one of those is the 4-0 Woodlands team.
Rugby Texas had a relatively quiet weekend league-wise, but there were some interesting results nonetheless.
We’ll have more on Timber Creek’s defeat of St. Pius X later. Woodlands hosted Aberdare from Wales, and beat the tourists 26-17.