High School Boys
GRR posted this little video on Instagram and it’s getting some traction because rugby coaches, players, and fans get it.
It’s not that we’re against high-performance, or championships, or playing around the country. But the thing is, those things will be very difficult to pursue as we come back from the COVID-19 shutdowns.
Amid all the talk about not being able to play rugby, it’s easy to lose perspective, but sometimes rugby is more than just rugby, and playing it, or not, has greater importance than just having a good time.
Herriman grads are moving on to BYU and we've got four, including Ammon Sagala transferring from Utah State to the Cougars. Players out of Utah often go on to LDS Mission Carson Connors is listed and he's going on Mission first. Taysan Hammer (pictured) is listed and he is coming back from Mission to suit up for BYU.
We've got more recruits for Lindenwood, Texas Tech, and Kentucky.
Rugby Washington, the State Governing Body for youth and HS rugby in the Evergreen State, is in trouble.
A complaint has been filed with the state Attorney General’s office alleging that Rugby Washington failed to provide services that member teams paid for. Goff Rugby Report has obtained documents providing information on the complaint and additional issues within Rugby Washington.
Annual Southern California single-school power La Jolla has a new coaching staff.
Longtime Head Coach Bill Leversee is stepping down, and the former Eagle has enjoyed a long period of success. He will be replaced by Ethan Willis and Ian Denham, two teammates from the OMBAC rugby club who were previously coaching at St. Augustine.