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Re: Girls Spring 2014 High School Varsity Lacrosse
Anonymous #109094 03/31/15 08:07 PM
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I took a coaching clinic years too late but the one thing I remember them saying is that you ever said "get the ball to ______ and then say everyone else clear out" that you were taking the easy way out of coaching youth lacrosse. Too many youth, travel and HS teams run the iso play with the best girl on the team. Unfortunetly with every iso play everyone else on the field falls further and further behind with less and less touches until they quit

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who reports the box scores to Newsday,the padding of goalie stats is out of hand. What do they do count missed shots as saves?


Unfortunately Stats are usually kept by High School Girls who really don't know the game. Also I think the responsibility to
report and stats goes to the Home team.

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who reports the box scores to Newsday,the padding of goalie stats is out of hand. What do they do count missed shots as saves?


In my town the booster club pays someone to keep the stats. As far as goalie saves: For a goalie to be credited with a save , the ball must either touch her stick, her body, or the post. Wide shots are not goalie saves, but they are shots on goal.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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who reports the box scores to Newsday,the padding of goalie stats is out of hand. What do they do count missed shots as saves?


In my town the booster club pays someone to keep the stats. As far as goalie saves: For a goalie to be credited with a save , the ball must either touch her stick, her body, or the post. Wide shots are not goalie saves, but they are shots on goal.


Wide shots are not shots on goal, they are shots taken, or attempted, but not on goal

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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who reports the box scores to Newsday,the padding of goalie stats is out of hand. What do they do count missed shots as saves?


In my town the booster club pays someone to keep the stats. As far as goalie saves: For a goalie to be credited with a save , the ball must either touch her stick, her body, or the post. Wide shots are not goalie saves, but they are shots on goal.


Wide shots are not shots on goal, they are shots taken, or attempted, but not on goal


I quoted that straight from my Bryne Womens Scorebook

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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who reports the box scores to Newsday,the padding of goalie stats is out of hand. What do they do count missed shots as saves?


In my town the booster club pays someone to keep the stats. As far as goalie saves: For a goalie to be credited with a save , the ball must either touch her stick, her body, or the post. Wide shots are not goalie saves, but they are shots on goal.


Wide shots are not shots on goal, they are shots taken, or attempted, but not on goal


I quoted that straight from my Bryne Womens Scorebook


NCAA rules CLEARLY state that a shot that hits the pipe is NOT recorded as a save

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My book must be older than I thought! here is what US Lacrosse has for what a shot is.
A shot may have several outcomes: a goal, a save, a shot that sails wide of the goal or hits a pipe, or is blocked by a defender’s stick. If not a goal or a save, then the subsequent loose ball may be recorded as a GB if possession is gained during live ball play, i.e., a shot that goes out of bounds is not awarded a GB. A shot that hits the pipe is not recorded as a save for the goalie. Both wide and pipe shots are statistically recorded as nothing more than a shot, but it is good information to note that the shot hit the pipe or sailed wide. Note that following a shot, usually one other statistical mark will also be recorded (goal, save, or GB). Remember, a GB will be awarded to any player that gains control of the loose ball while it is in play on the field (live ball play). No player will be awarded a GB statistic for being closest to the point where the ball goes out of play after a shot.
Officially, there is no such thing as a “shot on goal.” All shots are recorded as just that - shots

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who reports the box scores to Newsday,the padding of goalie stats is out of hand. What do they do count missed shots as saves?


This is actually an interesting comment.

Last edited by The Hop; 03/31/15 10:29 PM.

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Is there a requirement that the stat book be kept for a certain period of time following a season? At Varsity and JV levels?

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Suffolk Division 1 should be a four way race.

The only teams that look to have a chance are Northport, Middle Country, West Islip and Smithtown West. Maybe Smithtown East or HHH can surprise and make a run but thats about it.

Down year for Division 1, no really strong teams.

Division 2 looks to have much stronger teams. Any predictions?

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I hope my town and the booster club reads - Yesterdays games in Nassau had the strong Manhasset team winning 16-5 with 11 goal scorers and their high scorer had 3! Wantagh another top team 14 - 4 over Farmingdale this year had 9 goal scorers. Long Beach who isn't a top team had a layup game winning 17-1 but has 10 different goal scorers. Lots of girls on those sidelines that get to touch the ball and contribute. When you look to Suffolk its a different story with many teams having their top girls score 6, 7, 8+ goals in some blowouts

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Suffolk Division 1 should be a four way race.

The only teams that look to have a chance are Northport, Middle Country, West Islip and Smithtown West. Maybe Smithtown East or HHH can surprise and make a run but thats about it.

Down year for Division 1, no really strong teams.

Division 2 looks to have much stronger teams. Any predictions?


Smithtown East will be right there. Smithtown West lost a tight one vs Northport. Ward Melville on outside looking in.

Still think it will be Middle Country vs West Islip in Finals.

D2 - Huntington, Eastport, Hauppauge (Eastport beat Hauppauge 10-8 last week) and Sayville will beat each other up and make for exciting Semi Finals and Finals.

D3 - BBP and Mt. Sinai with maybe a scare from SWR.

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I hope my town and the booster club reads - Yesterdays games in Nassau had the strong Manhasset team winning 16-5 with 11 goal scorers and their high scorer had 3! Wantagh another top team 14 - 4 over Farmingdale this year had 9 goal scorers. Long Beach who isn't a top team had a layup game winning 17-1 but has 10 different goal scorers. Lots of girls on those sidelines that get to touch the ball and contribute. When you look to Suffolk its a different story with many teams having their top girls score 6, 7, 8+ goals in some blowouts


This is a great point...plus in most of those games you will notice a very lopsided halftime score followed up by a low scoring and very even scoring second half.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Suffolk Division 1 should be a four way race.

The only teams that look to have a chance are Northport, Middle Country, West Islip and Smithtown West. Maybe Smithtown East or HHH can surprise and make a run but thats about it.

Down year for Division 1, no really strong teams.

Division 2 looks to have much stronger teams. Any predictions?


Conference "A' in Nassau is even weaker...

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Suffolk Division 1 should be a four way race.

The only teams that look to have a chance are Northport, Middle Country, West Islip and Smithtown West. Maybe Smithtown East or HHH can surprise and make a run but thats about it.

Down year for Division 1, no really strong teams.

Division 2 looks to have much stronger teams. Any predictions?


Smithtown East will be right there. Smithtown West lost a tight one vs Northport. Ward Melville on outside looking in.

Still think it will be Middle Country vs West Islip in Finals.

D2 - Huntington, Eastport, Hauppauge (Eastport beat Hauppauge 10-8 last week) and Sayville will beat each other up and make for exciting Semi Finals and Finals.

D3 - BBP and Mt. Sinai with maybe a scare from SWR.


How many teams in each league make the playoffs?

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