Tuesday, October 30, 2007
hiii team =]ok so i took a vote at the game and we are going to have the end of
the season party/ rugby sleep over at my house in Oconomwoc on Nov. 9th,
thats a friday. Im really sorry for the people who cant make it but the majority
of the people said friday worked best. captains kelly and perry should plan to
do awards this year, but we will leave that up to you guys. you
guys can come whenever really, but we will plan on doing awards and stuff
at like 8:30?? i will have film from our games available if you guys would like
some =]=] hmm... food would be nice if anyone can bring some. ill provide pizza
and idk probably other stuff too. bring money just in case we go out for
breakfast in the morning or something. oh! and bring a swim suitt i have a hot
=]=]GOOD JOB TODAY EVERYONE!! ..sorry
about your face emily LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEspecial k
Contact an officer or Kelly F. if you have questions about the details. (I deleted all the personal contact information, e.g. address, phone number, etc....).
Monday, October 29, 2007
Also, I am pleased to announce that three of our players were named to the All-Tournament Team. These players were selected by a group of men's club coaches who volunteered to act as selectors. Our contribution to the team were:
1. Kelly R. -- senior, flanker
2. Cari B. -- senior, 2nd row; and
3. Dana A. -- sophomore, Full-Back.
Each of these players will receive a medal for being named to the 2007 WI Girls Rugby All Tournament Team. Congratulations! (I have your medals).
Finally, don't forget to check out the Journal Sentinel story.
Monday, October 22, 2007
7th Place Match 10:30am Oak Creek v. Northshore
5th Place Match 12pm Kettle Moraine v. Brookfield
3rd Place Match 1:30pm TBD
State Championship 3:00pm TBD
All matches will be played at Nagawaukee Park in Delafield.
The final spots depend upon the results of matches (DS v. Muskego and CMH v. Vernon).
We play at Noon on Sunday. All players (and your coach) should be there at 11:00 a.m. to warm-up. Following our match, I encourage all the players to stick around and cheer for your favorite competitor in the final two matches. It should be a great day of rugby. Hopefully the weather will cooperate.
Also, if you volunteered to help-out at the final, please be flexible and simply lend a hand where needed. I do not have additional information yet, but my understanding is that they will need help staffing the concession stand during the day. Even though the finals weekend is hosted by Kettle Moraine, the event is for and by the whole of Wisconsin's girls rugby, so let's try and be as supportive as we can of this first attempt at an organized finals weekend.
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
Tuesday, October 16, 2007
How about we do a chili party like we have the last couple of years. If we could get 5 or 6 parents to cook a pot of chili (one vegetarian if
possible), I will cook and bring all the noodles and some condiments
like, peppers, oyster crackers etc. and I will pick up all the drinks
(water, Gatoaid, etc). I will also bring bowls and forks.
So the other things that need to be brought:
Chili - 5 or 6 pots
Condiments like Cheese, Sour Cream, Onions, Etc.
Let me know if I forgot anything.
This sounds like a good idea to me. Please email the list-serv, Steve or me to follow-up on the other items. As always, thank you for everyone's efforts.
Monday, October 15, 2007
WHERE: HOME GAME -- at Brookfield Christian
WHEN: Kick off at 1:30. (Players should be there at 12:30 to warm-up)
WHAT: Brookfield vs. Northshore
We will need to arrange the post-match food for this weekend. More information from the officers to follow.
Muskego over OC 20-0
Vernon over Northshore 15-0
CHM over Brookfield 27-10
The fourth quarter final (DS v. KM) will be played this afternoon.
SO... next weekend's games:
Vernon v. CMH (Semi-final 1) (Vernon is the home team)
Muskego v. (winner of DS v. KM) Semin final 2
Brookfield v. Northshore (Brookfield is the home team)
OC v. (loser of DS v. KM)
Friday, October 12, 2007
Kick-off is at 1:30. The Team should be on the pitch, ready to warm up at 12:30.
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Wednesday, October 10, 2007
"The players really gave everything right until the end. In the World
Cup, courage and team spirit can make a big difference. We played with a lot
"They have been the best team in the world for four years and were favourites"You have to play out of your skin, and that's what happened
for the competition, but we played with a lot of heart and I am very happy
with the players."
Let's get ready for a great weekend of rugby! Go Bruisers.
Tuesday, October 9, 2007
This weekend we play in the state quarter finals against CMH. The game is on Sunday October 14, 2007 at 1:30 at Minooka Park, in Waukesha.
Next weekend our opponent and game time will depend on whether we win or lose this weekend. We will either be playing in the semi-final match against the winner of Vernon v. Northshore or the consolation match against the loser of the match.
All matches on the weekend of the finals will be played at Nagawaukee Park in Delafield on Sunday, October 28, 2007. Our match time will depend upon our results in the next two weeks. The higher our ranking going into the 28th, the later we play on Sunday. Game times will likely range between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
In the opening minutes of the second half, the lead again changes hands twice with Brookfield scoring a try which was answered by Vernon. Despite the Bruiser's outstanding performance, the final score was 20-36 in favor of Vernon. The Bruisers lived up to their name with outstanding efforts from all the players.
For the record book, Brookfield became the first team to score a bonus point for scoring 4 or more tries as the losing side. It was a well deserved bonus point.
Now it's on to the state Quarterfinals round!
Monday, October 8, 2007
Each player should take a 30 minute run on their own this afternoon.
See you all on Wed. and Thurs. for our normal practice (4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.) at Brookfield Christian School.
CMH(4-1) v. KM (1-4) 46-5 (5pts for CMH)
NS (1-4) v. DSHA 0-88 (5 pts. for DSHA)
Oak Creek (1-4) v. FDL (forfiet-- 5 pts .for OC)
Brookfield (2-2-1) v. Vernon 20-36 (5 pts .for Vernon; 1pts. for Brookfield for 4 or more tries)
Muskego v. DS-B 15-5
Pool A: (1) DS (20pts) (2) CMH ( 14 pts.); (3) Muskego (10 pts.); (4) NS (6 pts.) (5) KM ( 0 pts).
Pool B: (1) Vernon (15pts.); (2)Oak Creek (9 pts.).(3) Brookfield (7 pts) (4) FDL (0 pts.).
These are the final standings going into the 8-team play-off format. KM has qualified as the #4 seed in Pool B.
This weekend's quarterfinal games are:
DS v. KM
Vernon v. NS
CMH v. the Bruisers
The OC v. Muskego
Friday, October 5, 2007
CMH(3-1) v. NS (1-3) 54-0 (5pts. for CMH)
Muskego (2-2) v KM (1-3) (24-12) (5pts. for Muskego)
Oak Creek (1-3) v. Brookfield (2-1-1) 19-15 (4pts. for The OC and 1 pt. for Brookfield)
DS-B v. Oak Creek 15-5 (no points)
DS-A [No pool play]
Vernon v. UWM [Score Not Reported]
[SCORES NOT REPORTED]
Pool A: (1) DS (15pts) (2) Muskego (10 pts.); (3) CMH ( 9 pts.); (3) NS (6 pts.) (4) (5) KM ( 0 pts).
Pool B: (1) Vernon (10pts.); (2) Brookfield (6 pts), (3) Oak Creek (4 pts.). (4) FDL (0 pts.);
Thursday, October 4, 2007
This friday is a black out for East girls. Central has spirit week, but make sure you let everyone know that sunday will be a black out. Also kelly and lucy agreed to make signs and go on announcements so make sure you guys get that done. Beth has signs for East, and Perry and I will take care of announcements at our school. Game is at 1:30 on sunday at Brookfield Christian.
We also need to talk about what we want from the fundraising money. We'll talk more at practice. Sorry it's taking so long to figure things out.
Also after the Vernon game, we'll start talking about sleepovers and what not. Some of us were also talking about doing X-mas stuff this year even though we have off. (Like secret santa)
If you guys have any questions or concerns make sure you email either captains or presidents directly and not through the group, because I know they've been stacking up lately.
Wednesday, October 3, 2007
Keep up the good work.
Tuesday, October 2, 2007
However, in the second half, the OC mauled down the field three times, scoring three unanswered tried with two conversions. The Bruisers made several valiant goal line stands to fend off the relentless mauling by Oak Creek, but were unable to keep them from the try line. Late in the second half, the Bruisers bounced back and began to take back control of the game. As time expired, the Bruisers were unable to convert a scrum within 22m of the OC's try-line into a scoring opportunity. The final score was 19-15 in favor of Oak Creek after a very physical and exciting game.