GRR: Youth 7s
The National Sevens Youth Rugby Championships is set to kick off Saturday, June 12, in Cleveland, Ohio.
Twenty-three U15 7s teams from all over the country will face off at the field of St. Ignatius HS.
The Boys Tier I bracket will see two pools of four teams.
The Chuckanut U15 boys team not only won the Washington State Games U15 Rugby 7s championship on Sunday, they clinched early and dominated the competition.
Chuckanut had the gold medal wrapped up well in advance of the final game, and coach Darin Hamm said that’s because of team unity.
“We’ve got some experienced kids who go to the same school and decided to stick together
The Maryland Exiles and the French International School of Bethesda, Md. (Lycée Rochambeau) are coming together to hold a 7s tournament on November 15.
The Yorktown Rugby 7s Tournament will have brackets for boys and girls U15s, U17s, and U19s.
Slowly but surely, girls high schools are taking 7s more seriously. Fall leagues are popping up around the country, which is a good thing, because unless you live in Wisconsin or Colorado, there isn’t much 15s being played during this time of year.
The Northern California Youth Rugby Association finished its summer of youth and HS 7s tournaments with their championship tournament this past weekend.
Jesuit of Sacramento took top honors in the highest boys bracket, and the Sacramento Amazons were the best girls team.
Here are all the winners.