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The San Clemente Triton Rugby Club is gaining momentum following its first full season of competition. The club, which was founded by several San Clemente High School student-athletes this year, had more than 40 players suit up in 2015 and reached another important landmark this offseason.
Senior rugby player Hayden Malone was offered a scholarship to play rugby for Grand Canyon University. Malone is the club’s first-ever player to be offered a collegiate scholarship.
The San Clemente Triton Rugby Club had a successful first season. The varsity team compiled a 3-1-1 overall record in its inaugural year and the junior varsity team went a perfect 8-0 on the season.
San Clemente native Hailey Langland continued her successful run through the 2015-2016 professional snowboarding season with an eighth-place finish in the women’s slopestyle event at the Burton US Open Snowboarding Championships in Vail, Colo. on March 4.
Langland, a 15-year-old who won a bronze medal in slopestyle at the X Games in Aspen in January, posted a score of 56.05 going up against the world’s top snowboarders.
Langland was named this year’s Transworld Snowboarding Riders’ Poll 17 Women’s Rookie of the Year.
The San Clemente High School football program is hosting its Friday Night Lights skills camp on campus on March 25. The camp, which will be led by the Tritons varsity coaching staff, is open to all players grades 4-8. The camp is designed to teach attendees key training drills and techniques for all positions. The camp will run from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Interested players are asked to bring football cleats or tennis shoes. Cost to attend is $10 and attendees will receive a free shirt. For more information or to register, visit www.tritonfootball.com.