High School Girls
Rugby Idaho has a full schedule of games kicking off this weekend, with games as early as Thursday.
After a long wait, and basically a year from the last games to now, Rugby Idaho's high school seasons (boys and girls) are back.
Rocky Mountain goes in as one of the favorites in both Boys and Girls D1, but not prohibitively so. The upsets in the playoffs of the girls fall 7s
Advocating and working with other sports can help rugby get back on the field, especially for high school teams and leagues.
The Charlotte Tigress are looking especially strong in this early season.
Having won comfortably in a couple of shortened warmups against Highland og Ohio in West Virginia this past weekend, the Tigress show how you can come out of the back end of COVID shutdowns as strong as ever.
Recruiting, coaching, and player enthusiasm are all strong, and they make for a strong team.
The Tropical 7s week, which culminates in the tournament April 2-3, is looking nicely put together, but there are still spots open.
As more regions become more open to training and play, more teams are able to get themselves ready.
Panther Rugby Academy (PRA) and American Rugby Pro Training Center (ARPTC) have announced a joint strategic alliance to develop rugby programs and further promote USA Rugby High Performance Program.
The organizations will work together to support tours and special events that maximize opportunities for developing rugby athletes.