Mudsock Youth Rugby Continues to Build on Recent Success

Courtney Lawhead, the staff sponsor for Mudsock Youth Rugby, is looking forward to another great season.

“It’s hard to say what I am most excited about for this season,” Lawhead said. “I’m most excited to see these boys just be able to be out on the pitch. If COVID taught me anything, it is to rejoice in the small things, and really be proud of what we are facilitating and this opportunity for the boys.”

Lawhead said Mudsock Youth Athletics is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing children in the Fishers/HSE school district opportunities to participate in several recreational team sports including rugby.

Lawhead noted that a lot of effort is put in during the rugby season by board members and volunteers.

“The players and coaches at Fishers/Hamilton Southeastern Mudsock boys rugby work so hard, and they don’t get a very large stage to perform on,” Lawhead said. “Rugby is a very physical sport and it is very exhausting to play. Each of these boys works so hard to prepare themselves for this game, and I am so proud of all the effort that they put into it.”

Lawhead, who is in her fifth-year as a science teacher at HSE High School, is proud of the senior players.

“I’m so proud of all the seniors and really hope they get the opportunity to fight for a state championship this year as they did two years ago,” Lawhead said.

Lawhead added that the coaches are also outstanding.

“We have Head Coach Paul Greener, Troy Dixon, Luciano Mezzetta, Aarav Joshi, Turner Edwards and Brett Hansen,” Lawhead said.

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