SALT LAKE CITY — The Highland Rugby Foundation announced Monday that Highland Rugby will return to its home at Highland High School for the 2013 season. Mark Numbers, a class of 1996 Highland High alumnus, has been named as head coach. Kory Olsen, a former Highland Rugby and United States Under-19 National Team player, has been named as an assistant coach. Additional members of the coaching staff will be named prior to the beginning of the 2013 season.
Highland Rugby was founded in 1976 and has achieved an all-time win-loss record of 418-10, winning 20 of the 27 national championships contested since 1985.
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