This may be true in Long Island, but how many Lax Clubs in Westchester are owned by HS head coaches. I don't think there are many. I can name just two: Superstar and Westchester Warriors. Are there others?
One could say Prime Time, which is run by a John Jay assistant coach, but other than a few token John Jay kids he carries, (who are generally the weakest on his teams) he's become all about the repeat/prep school player who are more apt to be recruited.
Sounds like a disgruntled John Jay parent whose kid was cut from Primetime..........
Sorry, Ct. based, maybe you should have re-read the statement before posting. Disgruntled, yes. But more about the hold-back/repeat phenomena that IMO is affecting lacrosse in a negative way. In response to the original post, Yes PT owned by a coach of John Jay, but because of his business model to fill rosters with players more likely to get recruited, (nothing wrong with that) any conflict of interest with the John Jay program would be less than similar programs on Long Island.