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Photos: Summit 7s Rugby Tournament

Summit's Brielle Quigley takes down a Fort Collins player at the Summit 7s rugby tournament Saturday, Sept. 7, at Tiger Field in Breckenridge. Summit defeated Fort Collins, 38-5 to open up their championship run.
Liz Copan / ecopan@summitdaily.com
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Senior Nicole Kimball kicks off against Fort Collins during the Summit 7s girls rugby tournament Saturday, Sept. 7, at Summit High School’s Tiger Field in Breckenridge. Summit beat Fort Collins, 38-5.
Olyvia Snyder maneuvers the ball past a Fort Collins player during the Summit 7s girls rugby tournament Saturday, Sept. 7, at Tiger Field in Breckenridge. Summit defeated Fort Collins, 38-5.
Brielle Quigley takes down a Fort Collins player at the Summit 7s rugby tournament Saturday, Sept. 7, at Tiger Field in Breckenridge. Summit defeated Fort Collins, 38-5.
Summit’s Natalie Anderson, back, and Olyvia Snyder try to stop Monarch’s Violet Davis during the Summit 7s girls rugby tournament Saturday, Sept. 7, at Tiger Field in Breckenridge. Summit beat Monarch, 26-7.
Summit’s Bryton Ferrari kicks the ball away from Utah’s Wasatch’s Maydeline Casiano in the Summit 7s girls rugby tournament Saturday, Sept. 7, at Tiger Field in Breckenridge. Summit defeated Wasatch, 31-0.
Summit’s Junior Brielle Quigley moves the ball past Fort Collins for a try during the Summit 7s girls rugby tournament Saturday, Sept. 7, at Summit High School’s Tiger Field in Breckenridge. Summit beat Fort Collins, 38-5.
Summit’s Natalie Anderson gets tackled by a Monarch player during the Summit 7s girls rugby tournament Saturday, Sept. 7, at Tiger Field in Breckenridge. Summit beat Monarch, 26-7.
Summit’s McKenna Orr is tackled by a Monarch player during the Summit 7s girls rugby tournament Saturday, Sept. 7, at Tiger Field in Breckenridge. Summit beat Monarch, 26-7.

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