My son plays for Roy and its a love/hate thing. He loves what box does for his stick and footwork in field lax but since hes not from Ridgefield or Primetime he's not one of the "guys". That being said Roy is very fair with my sons playing time and coaching. However, if you play attack and are on one of his sons teams then watch out. They just won the Nationals last week against very strong mostly Canadian teams. He must be doing something right.
No doubt that having a real box program in westchester that competes at the national level allows you to scoop up a lot of good kids, I have been told, not much in the way of teaching, not much in the way of strategy and a heavy favoritism towards his 3 kids . seems like a tricky situation , outside of the benefits of small area games. seems like a lot of programs are promoting box, but lets be honest, small area games with or without boards is still building stick skills as well as reaction times -