20130208 Raby Brothers

The Raby brothers, Johnathan (left) and Torran (right), from Carmel Valley, celebrate with father Dean moments after leading a Southern California High School All-Star team to a championship at the international Las Vegas Invitational Rugby 7’s tournament, held Feb. 7-8. Photo/Wendy Heynen.

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