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Man of The Match Levi Johnson

Despite Loss Geoducks Positive On Season's 2nd Half

By Kellen Wiggins 02/26/2019, 5:15pm PST

Geoducks on a path towards greatness

The Chuckanut Bay Geoducks fought hard last weekend and demonstrated marked improvements in their away game against the Portland Pigs.  The Geoducks traveled light with their best 16 and faced the Pigs in muddy and soggy conditions.  The Pigs played consistently and un-waivered in their game plan, scoring over 20 unanswered points in the first half.  Chuckanut scored two tries with scrum half, Sam Hobbs and center, Levi Johnson in the second half, but it wasn't enough to take the lead.  The Geoducks put up a brave fight against the pigs however came up short with a final score of 10-58. 


Image largeGeoduck's head coach Joel Weisser, commented that the team, "...played with incredible heart, aggression and work rate." With one sub available, all but one of the Chuckanut players put in a full 80 minutes.  Coach Joel's man of the match for the game was Levi Johnson, who got to take home the belt for his tireless efforts and performance on the field.  The Geoduck's captain, Micah Bartlett added, "It was a good game for us to practice our game plan, get some synergy with new teammates, and learn from an experienced team that will make us better."  While the team enjoys a couple weeks before the next game, practices will focus on reinforcing the game plan and to prepare for the team's home opener against ORSU on March 16th.


Game Details: Box Score and Details

Chuckanut Logo and Portland Pig Logo

Spring Season Kickoff This Weekend

By Kellen Wiggins 02/20/2019, 12:45pm PST

Geoducks and Varsity Boys Begin the Spring Season Down South

The spring season kicks off this weekend for Chuckanut Rugby fans with the Geoducks headed south to Portland to play the Pigs and the Varsity Boys headed to Tacoma to play the Tsunamis.  Spring practices have been a challenge for the club as we've had to battle closed fields and persistent snow, but teams are excited to start the season with a bang. 


Head over to the team pages below to stay updated on scores as they happen!  Plus, we'll be testing out a live feed of the Geoducks game, check it out!


Spring Practice to Kick Off!

By Kellen Wiggins 01/15/2019, 12:00am PST

Practice begins for high school and senior teams 4th week of January

Practices for the 2019 spring season are kicking off in January!  Geoducks, Mussels and Steamers plan to grab your gear and head out to Orca Field at Whatcom Community College starting Tuesday, January 22nd, and continue every Tuesday & Thursday until the end of the season.

  • High School and Jr High School teams start at 6:00pm
  • Senior teams start at 7:30pm

We're looking forward to seeing you there!