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Re: Nassau PAL vs Suffolk PAL
Anonymous #10099 03/29/12 08:04 PM
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They play in Suffolk

I thought they are not...
What grade(s) ?


I heard smithtown(2017) town team is not playing in suffolk PAL. I may be wrong... Maybe some parents from Smithtown explain ?


As far as I am aware, all of Smithtown Youth lacrosse is playing in Suffolk PAL only (grades k-8). Their team smithtown program also plays in local tournaments.

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Re: Nassau PAL vs Suffolk PAL
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Are you speaking of the Boys or Girls Program in Smithtown.

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Smithtown is notorious for having some of the best PAL teams, always super competitive. Alot of depth in Smithtown......lots of great talent to choose from. School teams are awesome as well......coaching, coaching coaching!!

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Smithtown is notorious for having some of the best PAL teams, always super competitive. Alot of depth in Smithtown......lots of great talent to choose from. School teams are awesome as well......coaching, coaching coaching!!


That why Smithtown Boys lax lost to West Islip 15-3 yesterday. LOL

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Maybe they were having a bad day!

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Anonymous #10147 03/30/12 10:26 PM
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Im not sure where they are all playing...I was just looking at the Nassau PAL schedule when it came out to see which Suffolk teams are playing. Three Village is listed in all ages along with West Islip and a few others. I am guessing that the competition is a bit stronger in Nassau....and stronger still in OBLL.

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Anonymous #10269 04/02/12 09:41 PM
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Smithtown has two programs; a travel program that the children try out for and does many tournaments, and an intramural program where anyone can play. Both play in PAL. This year I believe they are all playing in Suffolk PAL.

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LaxMom1320 #10317 04/03/12 02:24 PM
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Hey LAx Mom-- how did your team do against that "allstar" team from northfork 2nd grade. Are they as good as their coach thinks they are.

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Ha funny...They never played each other at the shamrock because they played in B. I did get to watch them play a bit though. They played ok, I think they played right where they were supposed to. They would have gotten spanked in A. I am not sure how they did overall but based on what I saw I wouldn't be playing them up in a 3rd grade division weak or otherwise. Maybe we will see them in the 2nd grade division at the Christian Koehler. The coach seems pretty good though...hopefully they will bring it together in PAL this spring.

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LaxMom1320 #10341 04/03/12 09:56 PM
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I saw them play on Sunday against my sons team. Not very good. 5-1 before our coach had our kids go easy on them. Their coach needs to teach some basic defense. Some decent talant, but whole team lacks a lot of the basics

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I saw them play on Sunday against my sons team. Not very good. 5-1 before our coach had our kids go easy on them. Their coach needs to teach some basic defense. Some decent talant, but whole team lacks a lot of the basics


Your coach had them go easy...those kids were running up and down the field both teams worked the entire game and I am pretty sure that North Fork finished strong with 2 goals in the 4th...end game 5-3. Your sons team from what I hear has an exceptional pair of coaches, you should consider your son extremely lucky. My older son was playing on the field next to you guys against North Babylon..I think we all got lucky with the weather down there on Sunday.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
I saw them play on Sunday against my sons team. Not very good. 5-1 before our coach had our kids go easy on them. Their coach needs to teach some basic defense. Some decent talant, but whole team lacks a lot of the basics


Well honestly you show me a 2nd grade team that doesn't need work. Those kids seem to have a committed coach and the kids seem eager to get better. That is all you should ask for from a second grade team. These kids are only 7.

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LaxMom1320 #10433 04/06/12 10:25 AM
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Well my sons on 3rd grade smithtown and we played rocky point last weekend and they sandbagged us. When we led 3-0 and then they released there talent which was without a doubt a full travel team line up with coaches running plays at that age.Our kids at smithtown have skill at only 8 years old with the great coaching the program is strong enough that there's no need to put your son into a travel program to get to that nex level.

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Well my sons on 3rd grade smithtown and we played rocky point last weekend and they sandbagged us. When we led 3-0 and then they released there talent which was without a doubt a full travel team line up with coaches running plays at that age.Our kids at smithtown have skill at only 8 years old with the great coaching the program is strong enough that there's no need to put your son into a travel program to get to that nex level.


OK while I agree that there is no need for travel at 8, what I will say is there is no way Smithtown is next level material. My sons team is passing twice by the half every time they play Smithtown. SO there must be some miracle transformation that occurs as they get up to 5th and 6th that would make them next level

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Which travel team is rocky point associated with that they are " without a doubt travel team" ?
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Well my sons on 3rd grade smithtown and we played rocky point last weekend and they sandbagged us. When we led 3-0 and then they released there talent which was without a doubt a full travel team line up with coaches running plays at that age.Our kids at smithtown have skill at only 8 years old with the great coaching the program is strong enough that there's no need to put your son into a travel program to get to that nex level.

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