HARC Men Recap
February 19, 2022, The Woodlands defeated HARC by 16 points, 25-41. With a HARC 12-point victory on January 15, 38-26, the +4 aggregate score for The Woodlands means they retain the Bayou Cup for the 2021-22 season. The scoring opened up with HARC's fly-half, Robbie Cribb, scoring at the 9 min mark to make it 5-0 HARC. The Woodlands quickly responded with two tries and a conversion to make it 5-12 The Woodlands at 13 min mark. A penalty kick at 20 min mark by HARC's scrum-half, Glen Fontenot made it 8-12, but The Woodlands were able to put two more tries and a conversion before half to make it 8-24.
HARC and The Woodlands matched tries and conversions with the lead still 16 points, 15-31 at the 60min mark, with flanker Doug Provost getting the try for HARC, with Glen Fontenot making the conversion. At minute 65, the Woodlands hit a Penalty Kick to increase the lead to 19 points. Two late HARC tries by flanker, Loren Baker, and Lock, James Clogg, cut the lead to 9 points, 25-34 with 4 minutes remaining. A long try by The Woodlands lock, Aaron Fowler, his second of the game and subsequent conversion by Brian Dusablon sealed the game for The Woodlands with the points needed to retain the Bayou Cup in a 25-41 victory for The Woodlands. HARC selected Aaron Fowler as The Woodlands man of the match, and The Woodlands selected inside center, Sam Drown, as the HARC man of the match.
HARC Women Recap
sHARCs VS Quins recap
This past Saturday the sHARCs hosted the Quins in the return match of the WD1 series. Despite being short-handed through injuries, the Quins made the journey south on the I45 for a series of competitively played forfeit games. Despite a squad featuring 8 All Stars and Jamaican international Abrianna Asante, the finishers and rookies took center stage for extended playing time, taking full advantage of the opportunity by providing over 50% of the sHARCs tries.
With and eye on the remainder of the season and the Summer 7s, the increased game time gave a look to the future with the successful use of different combinations in both backs and forwards, and demonstrating solid decision making, passing, and tackling. Deserved Player of the Match for the sHARCs was rookie forward Kenzie Klima.
Next week the sHARCs look to continue their 8 month winning streak and extend their lead at the top of the table when they host Black Ice from Colorado. The game will be at the Aveva with a 3pm start.
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