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Suffolk County Girls Lacrosse League (SCGL) #108115
03/25/15 11:14 AM
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Re: Suffolk County Girls Lacrosse League (SCGL) [Re: TommyM] #108197
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Thank you. Interesting to see how the games go this weekend. I do not know how much outdoor time many of the teams have gotten.

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Re: Suffolk County Girls Lacrosse League (SCGL) [Re: Anonymous] #108245
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Yes. We are a nassau team playing our first against A traditionally ver strong Suffolk team for our first game. We've only had 3 (maybe 2) practices outside

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Re: Suffolk County Girls Lacrosse League (SCGL) [Re: TommyM] #108286
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We have not had any practices outside. Scheduled on the days the weather had not cooperated. Not sure how the games will go. Have teams been able to use the school gyms.

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We went outside yesterday for the first time. Been lucky enough to be practicing inside for past month twice a week.

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Westhampton vs. SWR 4th grade canceled Sunday because of field conditions. If there is a 4th grade team that has also been rescheduled and wants to play at WH please have your coordinator contact the Westhampton coordinator.


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Re: Suffolk County Girls Lacrosse League (SCGL) [Re: TommyM] #108640
03/28/15 10:43 AM
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Can someone with half a brain cancel tomorrow's games. It is Palm Sunday for those that celebrate. Make the families lives asier

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Can someone with half a brain cancel tomorrow's games. It is Palm Sunday for those that celebrate. Make the families lives asier


Pt. Jeff cancelled.

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Re: Suffolk County Girls Lacrosse League (SCGL) [Re: TommyM] #111586
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How does this league determine an "a' schedule and "b" schedule? Do teams just register their teams as a and b teams?

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
How does this league determine an "a' schedule and "b" schedule? Do teams just register their teams as a and b teams?


Basically, yes. The town ranks their own teams.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
How does this league determine an "a' schedule and "b" schedule? Do teams just register their teams as a and b teams?


Is there a C schedule maybe there should be. That would be easier to determine sand-baggers.

B teams can play both a and c teams. This can also help figure the level for the years to come.


Which years are you commenting on?

I have seen the A teams for 2022 and 2021. I have also seen the B teams in 2022. I know there are young and each week you can get something different from different players but I think things need to be realigned and reviewed in season, especially for those teams just starting out.

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I wasn't referring to any specific years. I was just wondering how it was done. No complaints to follow. Over the years I have seen our team play a very different schedule every year, in the early years against towns that where not considered power house programs historically, to now when we are playing against towns with traditionally strong programs, and was wondering if it was done similar to how [lacrosse] soccer does it, where the league looks at records from the previous year and puts teams into division based on their past records.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
How does this league determine an "a' schedule and "b" schedule? Do teams just register their teams as a and b teams?


Aged out now, but as of a couple years ago the scheduling was a mess with lots of blowouts. Two problems - Towns were not honest with their teams' playing levels, afraid to say they were an A team because they would rather win every game, and SCGL didn't seem to use the levels they were given, matching teams who did say they were A with B's and even C's. Unless something has changed, they don't keep track of scores or even wins and losses, so it's all based on what the Towns tell them.

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Re: Suffolk County Girls Lacrosse League (SCGL) [Re: Anonymous] #111699
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
I wasn't referring to any specific years. I was just wondering how it was done. No complaints to follow. Over the years I have seen our team play a very different schedule every year, in the early years against towns that where not considered power house programs historically, to now when we are playing against towns with traditionally strong programs, and was wondering if it was done similar to how [lacrosse] soccer does it, where the league looks at records from the previous year and puts teams into division based on their past records.


Please do not tell me you werent referring to a year. yes you are (unless you have 4 girls in back to back years) if that was the case you would know. this is anonymous, just say the years you have girls in. honesty and your strong beliefs is the best thing we can ask for on this site.

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Re: Suffolk County Girls Lacrosse League (SCGL) [Re: Anonymous] #111806
04/22/15 11:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
I wasn't referring to any specific years. I was just wondering how it was done. No complaints to follow. Over the years I have seen our team play a very different schedule every year, in the early years against towns that where not considered power house programs historically, to now when we are playing against towns with traditionally strong programs, and was wondering if it was done similar to how [lacrosse] soccer does it, where the league looks at records from the previous year and puts teams into division based on their past records.


After last season, the league asked for their teams records as well as the teams' that each coach felt were the best in their division. Unfortunately I do not believe any of that info was taken into account. Many teams stayed in the B or C division to ensure a winning record. I have a lot more respect for a town that tries to challenge their kids.

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