Thirty-two matches were recorded at the 2018 Lakefront 7s. Click a thumbnail below to begin playback. (more…)
In the championship match of the Men’s Social (AM) bracket, Sepi’s 7 defeated Milwaukee RFC in a close 21-12 contest.
In the championship match of the Men’s Social (AM) bracket, the Milwaukee Barbarians defeated 4-time bracket champions the Krakens in a close 12-5 contest.
In the championship match of the High School Boys Elite bracket, Mystical Canucks and Iowa Hawks played a tight match with little to separate the two teams. In the end, Mystical Canucks won the contest 21-12.
In the championship match of the Women’s Open A bracket, Sabres and Wisconsin Women’s RFC battled through an epic, nail-biting final. A single unconverted try gave WWRFC the edge in the match and ultimately the championship.
In the championship match of the Men’s Competitive bracket MRFC dominated both territory and possession to keep the Blues at bay. With few errors and constant pressure on defense, MRFC controlled all phases of the match. At the whistle, MRFC took the championship with a final score of 27-0.
Local TV station TMJ4 visited the Lakefront 7s rugby tournament and festival today to checkout our the 35th anniversary of the event. In addition to some great team footage, TMJ4 caught up with tournament director Erik Schleicher who shared his thoughts on how rugby is for everyone.
It’s not as rough as everybody says it is.
Rugby is for everybody. The little guy. The big guy. The hipster guy. The cool guy. The fat guy. We don’t discriminate.
Indeed, you’ll find all shapes, sizes, and ages at the Lakefront 7s festival.
Thanks to TMJ4 for making the trip to the Lakefront!
The High School Girls final was a defensive battle with only a conversion kick separating the two teams. The Hawkettes (Des Moines, IA) met the Wisconsin All-Stars in the pairing. The final score was the lowest combined total of all the championships with the Hawkettes on top 14-12.
For the High School Boys the Wildcats (Eagan, MN) dominated their opponents most of the day. Despite allowing two tries, they put on an offensive masterclass to defeat the Red Dogs (De Pere, WI) 36 – 14 in yet another Minnesota-Wisconsin matchup.