COLUMBUS — The Bishop Dwenger girls’ rugby team captured the state title on Saturday, May 21, at Richard Wigh Fields in Columbus, Ind. Bishop Dwenger High School defeated North Central team in the Division II Championship Game with a score of 14-7.
Brie Rahrig was named most valuable player for the championship game. Members of the all-state team from Bishop Dwenger are Brie Rahrig, Bri Campbell and Olivia Perez.
This group of young women just formed their team this year. Led by Coach John Porter, the Lady Saints had a fantastic start and finish to their inaugural season, including an undefeated record of seven wins, no losses and one tie. For Porter, who had previously coached the boys’ rugby team, this was his 100th rugby win for the Saints.
Bishop Dwenger High School hosted an all-school assembly on Thursday, May 26.
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