No, many kids in GC quit lacrosse early in their high school career because if you are not one of the chosen disciples whose dad is a big donor to the program or a legacy of a former player at GC, chances are u will never see the field unless a blowout. This is a town that does not lift kids up, but discourages them with a lot of head games.
So why practice 6 days a week, miss vacations, and be perpetually abused by one of the nastiest coaches on the Island just to be a "practice player". Even the studs can't wait to get away from this jerk when their high school careers are over. Big mistake having a coach that grew up in the town as the head coach.
Same situation in my town. Small program, but same thing. Program suffers to make a few dads happy. They stay in town they grew up in, hire their hs buddy as coach, and then call the shots. Too bad.