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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159367
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Same thing happened during Football season. School only dished out suspensions. Opposing schools coaches were sure kids would have been kicked off team, but low and behold, were not. In any other dimension, they would be kicked off.

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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: TommyM] #159370
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Even in states that have legalized marihuana it is still prohibited for teenagers. Marihuana is a dangerous drug for a still-developing brain and should not be used or condoned by children.

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: America's Game] #159372
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Contrary to popular belief, marijuana USE is not illegal. The possession of a LARGE amount (pounds) is a misdemeanor. The use in public is illegal. The use in your home is not illegal. This has become very evident a GC bashing fest, most likely due to them beating your team over the years, probably embarrassing them. Not a GC resident but respect the academics/athletics the village provides the kids. Look up the US NEws Report on High School rankings, GC is #12. Pretty good.

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159379
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This has got to be a student. Sounds like a real [lacrosse] too.

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159381
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Another [lacrosse] student/player

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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: TommyM] #159384
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what are the rankings based on? spend per pupil...give a rest...

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159386
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Contrary to popular belief, marijuana USE is not illegal. The possession of a LARGE amount (pounds) is a misdemeanor. The use in public is illegal. The use in your home is not illegal. This has become very evident a GC bashing fest, most likely due to them beating your team over the years, probably embarrassing them. Not a GC resident but respect the academics/athletics the village provides the kids. Look up the US NEws Report on High School rankings, GC is #12. Pretty good.


not so -

Possession for Personal Use in NY State
For a first offender, possession of up to 25 grams ( .88 of an oz.) of marijuana is punishable by a fine of $100. If an additional offense occurs within three years of the first offense, possession of up to 25 grams of marijuana is punishable by a fine of $200. For the third or subsequent offense(s) within a three-year period, possession of up to 25 grams of marijuana is punishable by a fine of $250 and/or imprisonment of 15 days or less. Possession of marijuana in excess of 25 grams - 2 ounces is a class B misdemeanor and is punishable by no more than 3 months imprisonment and a fine not to exceed $500. Possession of marijuana in excess of 2 ounces - 8 ounces is a class A misdemeanor and is punishable by no more than 1 year of imprisonment and a fine not to exceed $1,000. Possession of marijuana in excess of 8 ounces - 16 ounces is a class E felony and is punishable by no more than 4 years of imprisonment and a fine not to exceed $5,000. Possession of marijuana in excess of 16 ounces - 10 pounds is a class D felony and is punishable by no more than 7 years of imprisonment and a fine not to exceed $5,000. Possession of marijuana in excess of 10 pounds is a class C felony and is punishable by no more than 15 years of imprisonment and a fine not to exceed $15,000.

And I am not sure the laws in NJ or possessing or taking across state boarders

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159397
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I hope the AD or coach is reading this or that someone sends it to him or her. You are a GC parent venting and admitting you know that 90% of the team smoked pot last lost game. Someone needs to step up and address the overall drug use then. Thanks as a GC parent to fill us in on how much GC lax team smokes.

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The AD of GC high smokes medical marijuana, she was in favor of the athletic scholars that were smoking. Shes not going to do anything but supply the team with more drugs

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159400
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The whole team would probably fail a drug test if tested except for the few pussies who don't have the balls to light up with there teammates on the weekend. Those are the kids who really are bringing the team down.


written by a 14 year old

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: TommyM] #159405
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apparently no punishment was handed down. they skated. I just heard that from a GC resident

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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: lilaxfan] #159409
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Originally Posted by lilaxfan
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FYI. There is no alcohol allowed for drivers under 21. In fact it is illegal for any kid to have alcohol in his system under 21
The problem is some kids have no chance in life with ignorant alcoholic or drug addicted parents God willing no parent has to get the call that some recent lax parents have gotten that their kid was the victim of drunk diving or died from a heroin or drug overdose . Being an athlete doesn't mean bad things will not happen. I have used the stupidity of a couple of foolish kids to remind my kids their bad chiices may have consequences


Not looking to chime in on the parenting/good kid-bad kid issues, just the law. Call it a pet peeve if you will but misstating the law drives me nuts. There is absolutely no statute in NY that criminalizes the mere fact that someone under the age of 21 has alcohol in their blood. the laws have to do with selling or serving alcohol to persons under 21 as well as possession with intent to consume. Additionally their are exemptions for parents - yes you can give you own child or ward alcohol - and those supervising educational classes where alcohol consumption is part of the course (say a college wine tasting course or a course in the police academy that demonstrates the effects of alcohol) as well as religious exceptions. maybe read the NYS Alcohol Beverage Control Law as well as the Penal law before stating what the 'facts' on the law are. See NYS ABC Secs 65 & 65-c; NYS Penal Law Sec 260.20


brilliant.....knucklehead. A teen under the influence may not receive summons or arrest. But have someone (ie teacher) report it to child protective service and see how that ends up.......

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pot stirring...not pun intended.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Same thing happened during Football season. School only dished out suspensions. Opposing schools coaches were sure kids would have been kicked off team, but low and behold, were not. In any other dimension, they would be kicked off.

Couldn't be further from the truth 4 kids were kicked off immediately get your facts straight dude

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Is that a surprise to anyone in that community?

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FYI. There is no alcohol allowed for drivers under 21. In fact it is illegal for any kid to have alcohol in his system under 21
The problem is some kids have no chance in life with ignorant alcoholic or drug addicted parents God willing no parent has to get the call that some recent lax parents have gotten that their kid was the victim of drunk diving or died from a heroin or drug overdose . Being an athlete doesn't mean bad things will not happen. I have used the stupidity of a couple of foolish kids to remind my kids their bad chiices may have consequences


Not looking to chime in on the parenting/good kid-bad kid issues, just the law. Call it a pet peeve if you will but misstating the law drives me nuts. There is absolutely no statute in NY that criminalizes the mere fact that someone under the age of 21 has alcohol in their blood. the laws have to do with selling or serving alcohol to persons under 21 as well as possession with intent to consume. Additionally their are exemptions for parents - yes you can give you own child or ward alcohol - and those supervising educational classes where alcohol consumption is part of the course (say a college wine tasting course or a course in the police academy that demonstrates the effects of alcohol) as well as religious exceptions. maybe read the NYS Alcohol Beverage Control Law as well as the Penal law before stating what the 'facts' on the law are. See NYS ABC Secs 65 & 65-c; NYS Penal Law Sec 260.20


Ok there F. Lee Baily. You might want to look into the laws governing those under 21 and having "any" alcohol in their bloodstream when behind the wheel of car. Which is exactly what the poster was referring to. Over 21, 1 beer no problem. Under 21, big problem. Look into it, you might learn something.


First off the original post I replied to did not say that "drivers" under the age of 21 couldn't have any alcohol in their bloodstream while opperating a motor vehicle, he simply said "In fact it is illegal for any kid to have alcohol in his system under 21" and that is simply wrong.

Secondly, the law you are referring too, called the 'zero tolerance law' is Vehicle and Traffic Law Sec 1192-a and applies to DRIVERS under the age of 21 with "any measurable alcohol" in there system defined as a BAC of .02-.07 (NOT .00). The section itself specifically says a violation is not a crime or offense, it merely opens the driver up to certain administrative penalties by the DMV. NOw have you learned something about being precise.

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