High School Girls
Mountain View HS has to be feeling pretty good after a solid week in the Rugby Idaho Girls HS 7s, as the programs ended up in a virtual tie for 1st in the JV league and in 1st place outright among the Varsity teams.
Sure there's plenty of rugby left in the fall, but with the next round of games coming up on Saturday, all eyes will be on how anyone can take Mountain View down.
Glendale, Colo. - The USA Rugby High Performance Pathways department has today announced eight newly verified National Development Programs (NDPs).
The announcement comes after a long vetting process using a detailed series of benchmarks. The system was designed to further define how so-called academy programs characterize what they do.
Mountain View HS is not atop the Rugby Idaho Girls Varsity Fall 7s after a second-straight 2-0 tournament.
Mountain View was in fine form at their home field on Tuesday evening for Round 2 of the Rugby Idaho series. Facing fellow 2-0 team Rocky Mountain, Mountain View opened the throttle and shut out their rivals 33-0 behind a torrid first-half onslaught.
It's 7s, so it's always unpredictable.
After a week off from competition because of smokey air thanks to regional wildfires, the Rugby Idaho girls HS 7s is back in action this week.
Monday, today, the JV girls return to the pitch with Rocky Mountain Purple and Mountain View HS both coming in with 2-0 records.