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Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
TheBackOfTheCage #113047 04/30/15 12:37 PM
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People please stop its a spring game Kids have barely been outside. It's my understanding that both coaches have agreed that if parents get crazy they will stop the game. It isn't even a summer tournament. If parents were not so crazy these two teams the best in their age groups could scrimmage together and help one another instead people come on here and creat unnecessary tension sad. We have a nice thing here w two top teams anywhere and instead of enjoying it nonsense starts

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Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
Anonymous #113054 04/30/15 12:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Bandits 10
Badgers 4

Write it down

Place your bets at www.laxgambling.com
4th grade odds look great on winning your bet.

Letting it go because its a fake site and funny.

Last edited by America's Game; 04/30/15 01:25 PM.
Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
Anonymous #113058 04/30/15 01:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Bandits 10
Badgers 4

Write it down

Place your bets at www.laxgambling.com
4th grade odds look great on winning your bet.

Letting it go because its a fake site and funny.


You can also use this site to place your bets www.iamapatheticlaxdad.com


Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
TheBackOfTheCage #113111 04/30/15 04:52 PM
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wow there a lot jealous parents out there. its two good teams playing lax. let it go already. its about school work,dedication,and the love for sports. not scores of 10 yr. old lax.

Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
Anonymous #113112 04/30/15 05:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
wow there a lot jealous parents out there. its two good teams playing lax. let it go already. its about school work,dedication,and the love for sports. not scores of 10 yr. old lax.

Well 12 year old lax if you are one of the Bandits

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Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
TheBackOfTheCage #113119 04/30/15 06:46 PM
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BM loses credibility being the most active poster on this thread

Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
Anonymous #113154 05/01/15 07:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
BM loses credibility being the most active poster on this thread


Love it when people call out individuals by name on this site but do so hidding behind an Anonymous ID. Should be a rule that if you want to call someone out; show face and stop being chicken [lacrosse].

This is 4th grade lacrosse you maniacs. Can you just let the teams play?

Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
BM loses credibility being the most active poster on this thread



BM == ??

What the Badgers need is more NYC kids! lol. I saw over 80 kids at their tryout and they take 3 kids from NYC? I hope their white shoes don't get dirty in Dix Hills.

Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
TheBackOfTheCage #113177 05/01/15 09:16 AM
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Jealousy is an ugly thing.

Who gets the most hate on this thread?
Bandits and their coach
Badgers and their coach

If everyone else concentrated on getting their own kids better maybe then your son and his team could compete with the above teams.
There is a reason why hundreds go to 91 and express tryouts and other clubs are begging on this site for people to join them mid spring.

Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Jealousy is an ugly thing.

Who gets the most hate on this thread?
Bandits and their coach
Badgers and their coach

If everyone else concentrated on getting their own kids better maybe then your son and his team could compete with the above teams.
There is a reason why hundreds go to 91 and express tryouts and other clubs are begging on this site for people to join them mid spring.




100's go to your tryouts, yet you only take 2-3 kids for your A team and you try to field a B team with the next 20 kids. Then, these 20 kids decide to play somewhere else, and the team 2 coaches scramble to get last years kids back. Whomever is jealous of that has issues.

These are 9-10 year old kids. The A team model probably is not great for these boys and their developing bodies. Ten year old skeletons aren't built to practice 3-4 times a week and then play 3 games on Sat and Sun. Their bones are still soft. Growth plates get injured. Joints get sprained. And, then you'll have a kid with a chronic condition.

If you cut my kid in 2012, 2013 and 2014 and I keep coming back then I have a problem. I know that even if my kid is the next Paul Rabil and crushes it at tryouts, he may not make it. The A team game has become more about politics then ability -- especially on LI.

My kid will get better. I will make sure he studies harder then yours. My B kid has fun playing lacrosse. I do wish he was playing on an elite level team, but 9/10 year old kids just want to have fun.

So, there are two 2023 AA teams on Long Island (HB & Bandits) and one or two legit A teams (Igloo and Empire). That adds up to 85-90 kids in total. If teams only take 3-4 new kids every year, then that means there are only 12-15 spots available in the fall. Slim pickings.

This is the story. Come September, my kid is going to bring it. He will bust his hump and get as many groundballs as he can. He will try to put as many as he can in the back of the net and play tenacious D. I know the deal though. The illusion of playing for the big boys will always be there, but I have taught him otherwise. Right now, skill does count, but it isn't the only factor. This is the problem with the Club scene.

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Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
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Originally Posted by tennesseejed
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Jealousy is an ugly thing.

Who gets the most hate on this thread?
Bandits and their coach
Badgers and their coach

If everyone else concentrated on getting their own kids better maybe then your son and his team could compete with the above teams.
There is a reason why hundreds go to 91 and express tryouts and other clubs are begging on this site for people to join them mid spring.




100's go to your tryouts, yet you only take 2-3 kids for your A team and you try to field a B team with the next 20 kids. Then, these 20 kids decide to play somewhere else, and the team 2 coaches scramble to get last years kids back. Whomever is jealous of that has issues.

These are 9-10 year old kids. The A team model probably is not great for these boys and their developing bodies. Ten year old skeletons aren't built to practice 3-4 times a week and then play 3 games on Sat and Sun. Their bones are still soft. Growth plates get injured. Joints get sprained. And, then you'll have a kid with a chronic condition.

If you cut my kid in 2012, 2013 and 2014 and I keep coming back then I have a problem. I know that even if my kid is the next Paul Rabil and crushes it at tryouts, he may not make it. The A team game has become more about politics then ability -- especially on LI.

My kid will get better. I will make sure he studies harder then yours. My B kid has fun playing lacrosse. I do wish he was playing on an elite level team, but 9/10 year old kids just want to have fun.

So, there are two 2023 AA teams on Long Island (HB & Bandits) and one or two legit A teams (Igloo and Empire). That adds up to 85-90 kids in total. If teams only take 3-4 new kids every year, then that means there are only 12-15 spots available in the fall. Slim pickings.

This is the story. Come September, my kid is going to bring it. He will bust his hump and get as many groundballs as he can. He will try to put as many as he can in the back of the net and play tenacious D. I know the deal though. The illusion of playing for the big boys will always be there, but I have taught him otherwise. Right now, skill does count, but it isn't the only factor. This is the problem with the Club scene.


If it unfolds this way for your kid, they will find him. These coaches want and need to win to feed their own and the Club ego. Good luck!

Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
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Originally Posted by tennesseejed
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Jealousy is an ugly thing.

Who gets the most hate on this thread?
Bandits and their coach
Badgers and their coach

If everyone else concentrated on getting their own kids better maybe then your son and his team could compete with the above teams.
There is a reason why hundreds go to 91 and express tryouts and other clubs are begging on this site for people to join them mid spring.




100's go to your tryouts, yet you only take 2-3 kids for your A team and you try to field a B team with the next 20 kids. Then, these 20 kids decide to play somewhere else, and the team 2 coaches scramble to get last years kids back. Whomever is jealous of that has issues.

These are 9-10 year old kids. The A team model probably is not great for these boys and their developing bodies. Ten year old skeletons aren't built to practice 3-4 times a week and then play 3 games on Sat and Sun. Their bones are still soft. Growth plates get injured. Joints get sprained. And, then you'll have a kid with a chronic condition.

If you cut my kid in 2012, 2013 and 2014 and I keep coming back then I have a problem. I know that even if my kid is the next Paul Rabil and crushes it at tryouts, he may not make it. The A team game has become more about politics then ability -- especially on LI.

My kid will get better. I will make sure he studies harder then yours. My B kid has fun playing lacrosse. I do wish he was playing on an elite level team, but 9/10 year old kids just want to have fun.

So, there are two 2023 AA teams on Long Island (HB & Bandits) and one or two legit A teams (Igloo and Empire). That adds up to 85-90 kids in total. If teams only take 3-4 new kids every year, then that means there are only 12-15 spots available in the fall. Slim pickings.

This is the story. Come September, my kid is going to bring it. He will bust his hump and get as many groundballs as he can. He will try to put as many as he can in the back of the net and play tenacious D. I know the deal though. The illusion of playing for the big boys will always be there, but I have taught him otherwise. Right now, skill does count, but it isn't the only factor. This is the problem with the Club scene.


Paul Rabil didn't pick up a lacrosse stick till he was 13.

Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
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[quote=Anonymous]Jealousy is an ugly thing.

Who gets the most hate on this thread?
Bandits and their coach
Badgers and their coach

If everyone else concentrated on getting their own kids better maybe then your son and his team could compete with the above teams.
There is a reason why hundreds go to 91 and express tryouts and other clubs are begging on this site for people to join them mid spring.




100's go to your tryouts, yet you only take 2-3 kids for your A team and you try to field a B team with the next 20 kids. Then, these 20 kids decide to play somewhere else, and the team 2 coaches scramble to get last years kids back. Whomever is jealous of that has issues.

These are 9-10 year old kids. The A team model probably is not great for these boys and their developing bodies. Ten year old skeletons aren't built to practice 3-4 times a week and then play 3 games on Sat and Sun. Their bones are still soft. Growth plates get injured. Joints get sprained. And, then you'll have a kid with a chronic condition.

If you cut my kid in 2012, 2013 and 2014 and I keep coming back then I have a problem. I know that even if my kid is the next Paul Rabil and crushes it at tryouts, he may not make it. The A team game has become more about politics then ability -- especially on LI.

My kid will get better. I will make sure he studies harder then yours. My B kid has fun playing lacrosse. I do wish he was playing on an elite level team, but 9/10 year old kids just want to have fun.

So, there are two 2023 AA teams on Long Island (HB & Bandits) and one or two legit A teams (Igloo and Empire). That adds up to 85-90 kids in total. If teams only take 3-4 new kids every year, then that means there are only 12-15 spots available in the fall. Slim pickings.

This is the story. Come September, my kid is going to bring it. He will bust his hump and get as many groundballs as he can. He will try to put as many as he can in the back of the net and play tenacious D. I know the deal though. The illusion of playing for the big boys will always be there, but I have taught him otherwise. Right now, skill does count, but it isn't the only factor. This is the problem with the Club scene.


Paul Rabil didn't pick up a lacrosse stick till he was


EXACTLY!!!!!!!

Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
jackstraw #113258 05/01/15 01:29 PM
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Originally Posted by tennesseejed
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Jealousy is an ugly thing.

Who gets the most hate on this thread?
Bandits and their coach
Badgers and their coach

If everyone else concentrated on getting their own kids better maybe then your son and his team could compete with the above teams.
There is a reason why hundreds go to 91 and express tryouts and other clubs are begging on this site for people to join them mid spring.




100's go to your tryouts, yet you only take 2-3 kids for your A team and you try to field a B team with the next 20 kids. Then, these 20 kids decide to play somewhere else, and the team 2 coaches scramble to get last years kids back. Whomever is jealous of that has issues.

These are 9-10 year old kids. The A team model probably is not great for these boys and their developing bodies. Ten year old skeletons aren't built to practice 3-4 times a week and then play 3 games on Sat and Sun. Their bones are still soft. Growth plates get injured. Joints get sprained. And, then you'll have a kid with a chronic condition.

If you cut my kid in 2012, 2013 and 2014 and I keep coming back then I have a problem. I know that even if my kid is the next Paul Rabil and crushes it at tryouts, he may not make it. The A team game has become more about politics then ability -- especially on LI.

My kid will get better. I will make sure he studies harder then yours. My B kid has fun playing lacrosse. I do wish he was playing on an elite level team, but 9/10 year old kids just want to have fun.

So, there are two 2023 AA teams on Long Island (HB & Bandits) and one or two legit A teams (Igloo and Empire). That adds up to 85-90 kids in total. If teams only take 3-4 new kids every year, then that means there are only 12-15 spots available in the fall. Slim pickings.

This is the story. Come September, my kid is going to bring it. He will bust his hump and get as many groundballs as he can. He will try to put as many as he can in the back of the net and play tenacious D. I know the deal though. The illusion of playing for the big boys will always be there, but I have taught him otherwise. Right now, skill does count, but it isn't the only factor. This is the problem with the Club scene.


Not to nit-pick, but didn't the Warriors just beat Empire at Shamrock? Other than that, your post was right on point smile

Re: Boys 2023 Fall 2014/Summer 2015
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You don't want to nit pick...actually the Warriors have not beaten empire green 2023 in regulation. Empire won 1st game vs Warriors and tied the championship game only to lose in a brave heart.

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