2019 Season Results
Congratulations to our Tigers Rugby Football club for winning the 2019 D2 High School Championsh2019 State HS Champions
Tigers Rugby HS Boys scored a last-second try in overtime to raise the Championship trophy, winning 24-17 over a strong, resilient and previously unbeaten Boulder team.
Below is the link to the photo gallery of your 2019 State Champions Tigers Rugby Football Club!
2018 Season Results
|2006 TIGERS RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB AWARDS PRESENTED AT ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
General Meeting. Senior Captain Matt O’Brian and Sammy Glynn tied in the voting of players and coaches for the
prestigious Most Valuable Player Award. O’Brian was also voted the Tiger’s 2006 Best Forward. Glynn was the club’s
leading scorer with 89 points, setting the club record for points scored in one season as a rookie. Senior Captain Steve
Blevins, of Broomfield HS was voted the 2006 Best Back, Jason DeLange, of Broomfield HS was the 2006 Best Rookie
Back, and Eric Serani, the Broomfield HS 2006 Valedictorian was acknowledged as the Tigers RFC Best Rookie Forward
for the 2006 season.
|Tigers RFC Presented Team Sportsmanship Award by CYR
Championship Matches on Wednesday night, May 17th. The 2006 All Star Match was played on Wednesday, May 24th at
Holy Family High School’s Mike G. Gabriel Stadium.
Star Match was played on Wednesday, May 24th at Holy Family High School’s Mike G. Gabriel Stadium. Tigers Captain, Matt O’Brian started the game for the Blue side, coached by ERRFU U-19 select side skipper, Steve Lewis. O’Brian was joined by Tigers Sam Glynn and Kevin Scherr in the second half. Sam Glynn scored on a conversion with a drop kick as
the Blue side with 3 Tigers players prevailed 31-5.
converted two of three tries on the day. Veteran Prop Neil Quinlivan scored his first try ever to put the Tigers in the Semifinal Match 7-7 at halftime.
In the earlier Quarterfinal Match, Jason DeLange helped put the Tigers ahead just before the half at 7-5 fighting uphill and against the wind . Kevin Scherr scooped up a loose ball and sprinted 40 meters for the 12-5 final score. Tigers RFC finishes with a record of 15-7-1.
hard, put the Tigers ahead by six, before Sam Glynn connected again on a penalty kick. Glynn was 2 for 2 on penalty kicks, and 0 for 2 on conversions for the day. Before the end of the first half, Legacy pressured Tigers deep and after a penalty kick was wide right, the Legacy support set up a late try. The missed conversion made it 16-12 Tigers lead at half time. On the opening sequence of the second half, Legacy took the lead 17-16 with a steady attack and a great rucking effort. The game dragged on through the second half until Jason DeLange put the Tigers back ahead 21-17 covering a loose ball off a kick and ruck. With five minutes remaining in the match, Legacy pushed the Tigers deep into their end and were awarded a second penalty try. The conversion made the final 24-21, Legacy. Tigers RFC will join Legacy in the qualifying round of the State Championship Tournament at Ridgeview Academy in Watkins on Saturday, May 6, 2006, where four teams will advance to the second weekend of the tournament and meet the 4 Division Champions.
Club matched a similar style of offense to the Tigers RFC A-side and took an important interdivisional league game 33-19.
In a game of missed tackles and opportunities, the Tigers saw bright daylight with runs for tries by Steve Blevins, Jonathan
Castillo and Kevin Scherr. A win today would have put them up in the polls and farther ahead in the standings. Sammy
Glynn went two for three on conversions, and missed a drop goal and a penalty goal. Offensive pressure, despite the wind
in their face, put the Tigers in the game, 21-14 at halftime. The wind at their back and good speed across the back line
was not enough to save the Tigers on this day, as conditioning failed them down the stretch.
|SWARMing Tigers Host and Place Third in Rocky Mountain Classic
|Wednesday, March 29, 2006, Greenbriar Park, Fort Collins, Colorado: When the Tigers Rugby Football Club
arrived at Fort Collins, a storm was brewing under dark towering clouds. The Tigers felt overshadowed all day by sheer
numbers (30 Fort Collins players to 16 for the Tigers). Luckily, only 15 players could play at a time, but Fort Collins Youth
Rugby put out their 15 biggest high school boys against a disciplined Tigers team. The Broomfield based high school
boys rugby club methodically set the pace of the match, coming from behind for the Tigers’ second league win of the
season, 18-15. In the first half, an overload up the left sideline put Ft. Collins up early at 7-0. Sam Glynn made 2 of 4
penalty kicks to narrow the margin to 7-6 by halftime. FCYRC caught the Tigers back row off guard with a lumbering try
by their 8-man from 30 meters out and missed the conversion. Tiger’s Steve Blevins went in from Inside Center to give
the Tigers back in it at 12-11. Sam Glynn missed the conversion. A penalty gave FCYR a four-point cushion. Eddie
Page racked a Ft. Collins back and breathed life into the Tigers’ charge. Wyatt Sessions took advantage an over
aggressive Ft. Collins center when he joined the back line from fullback and put the Tigers in close. Then, Wyatt took
another loose ball straight up, breaking three tackles for the win. Sam Glynn added a conversion to set the bar at 18-15.
Matt O’Brian took the ball out of a ruck from the right side and put a drop kick just wide. Then, like a déjà vu rematch of
last year’s game, the Tigers clawed out a victory on their own goal line by stopping a line out, three five meter scrums and
a penalty until time finally expired. In a second match against Ft. Collins B side, the same Tigers, with five Ft. Collins
substitutions, played to a 5-5 tie until the light faded. Steve Blevins gave the Tigers side a lead on a long try and missed
his own conversion.
|TIGERS UNDEFEATED IN SPRING FLING ROUND-ROBIN
the crossbar to end the scoring.
Tigers kept the pressure on and Glynn put the Tigers on the board with a 30 meter penalty goal. Then, off an exceptional
ruck by Eric Serani on his goal line, Steve Blevins went the distance. Sam Glynn hit the conversion to put the Tigers back
in it at 24-10, before Regis pulled away. The loss put the Tigers at 3-2 overall and 0-1 in league play.
the Tigers’ second pre-season scrimmage.