Jonathan Marshall sprints downfield with the ball after narrowly eluding Tyler Hill, as Robert Joseph (right) officiates Sunday’s Highlander Alumni game. Former members of the Highlanders Rugby Club prep team, the five-time high school champions of North Carolina, returned to the pitch last weekend for a “touch” rugby game at Lincoln Center, organized by Joseph, the HRC founder who now also wears another cap as president of North Carolina Youth Rugby.
Jonathan Marshall sprints downfield with the ball after narrowly eluding Tyler Hill, as Robert Joseph (right) officiates Sunday’s Highlander Alumni game. Former members of the Highlanders Rugby Club prep team, the five-time high school champions of North Carolina, returned to the pitch last weekend for a “touch” rugby game at Lincoln Center, organized by Joseph, the HRC founder who now also wears another cap as president of North Carolina Youth Rugby. PHOTOS BY JIM KENNY
Jonathan Marshall sprints downfield with the ball after narrowly eluding Tyler Hill, as Robert Joseph (right) officiates Sunday’s Highlander Alumni game. Former members of the Highlanders Rugby Club prep team, the five-time high school champions of North Carolina, returned to the pitch last weekend for a “touch” rugby game at Lincoln Center, organized by Joseph, the HRC founder who now also wears another cap as president of North Carolina Youth Rugby. PHOTOS BY JIM KENNY

Highlanders return to the pitch for alumni game

December 22, 2014 05:49 PM

UPDATED December 23, 2014 02:04 PM

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