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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159497
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Listen Speeding is illegal so is drinking and driving. For all you pot smokers, smoking pot is illegal also, regardless if you're minor or an adult. I don't care if you do it responsibly you are breaking the law.


And I'm sure you drove 55 on the LIE today. Stop with they holier than thou! Drinking and driving is only illegally if you are legally drunk, FYI!


You really are blinded by the 420 your smoking. Zero tolerance buddy. You can not drink then drive. Period!!!! The fact that you are comparing smoking pot and speeding also shows your completely blinded by that magic bud. It's ILLEGAL!!!!!


Actually you can drink and dive as long as you're under .08. Since I'm not a big drinker, this allows me to drink and drive and be well within the law. Sorry you're wrong again pal!
Actually legally Drunk is .08, impaired is .04 to .079 and under 21 is zero tolerance so 0.0 like your grade point Mr. Blutarsky

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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159498
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Listen Speeding is illegal so is drinking and driving. For all you pot smokers, smoking pot is illegal also, regardless if you're minor or an adult. I don't care if you do it responsibly you are breaking the law.


And I'm sure you drove 55 on the LIE today. Stop with they holier than thou! Drinking and driving is only illegally if you are legally drunk, FYI!


You really are blinded by the 420 your smoking. Zero tolerance buddy. You can not drink then drive. Period!!!! The fact that you are comparing smoking pot and speeding also shows your completely blinded by that magic bud. It's ILLEGAL!!!!!


Actually you can drink and dive as long as you're under .08. Since I'm not a big drinker, this allows me to drink and drive and be well within the law. Sorry you're wrong again pal!


Sorry Cheech for a person under 21 it is .02. You can blow an .02 by drinking mouthwash. We are speaking about kids. Now back to the point, Marijuana is ILLEGAL!!!!!

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159499
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Sorry pal . You don't know the law. Stick to banking.

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159500
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Really with the pissing match! Move on....next topic

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: TommyM] #159503
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As of yesterday; all involved players kicked off of team.. A one week school suspension was handed down. One known commit spot has been designated as "vacated" by that university.

Status of HC and AD unknown.

Coach reported to be "crying" as he informed his players of the situation at practice.

The HC must take the brunt of the responsibility in this case. Yes, parents should have could have done better and are suffering as a result; but the players are under the wing of the coach.

This coach has a long history of mentally beating down players. He has poor interpersonal relation skills. The result of this over the years has been for the players to show him as much respect as he shows them. There has been a loss of honor and values that stem from coaches instilling these virtues into his players and the players having pride in displaying the same.

The parents of this town sit huddled quietly and do not want to rock the boat as this coach has positioned himself as the gateway to college lax and expects the masses to bow down to him. And they do. His draconian practices are tolerated only as they have come to accept him as the savior.

It is time for this HC to come under review for his abusive ways. A psychological evaluation is not out of the question either.

Too many players have been subjected to this "crying" abusive person.

His tears I am sure are for himself and how much his image has been tarnished. He cares not one iota for his players as people nor does he take up the charge to be a true leader as one would hope and expect. His players would collectively put him through a wall rather than run through one for him.

Time for change. Drastic change.

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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159506
04/13/16 06:39 AM
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You people can't really be adults?

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159509
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
As of yesterday; all involved players kicked off of team.. A one week school suspension was handed down. One known commit spot has been designated as "vacated" by that university.

Status of HC and AD unknown.

Coach reported to be "crying" as he informed his players of the situation at practice.

The HC must take the brunt of the responsibility in this case. Yes, parents should have could have done better and are suffering as a result; but the players are under the wing of the coach.

This coach has a long history of mentally beating down players. He has poor interpersonal relation skills. The result of this over the years has been for the players to show him as much respect as he shows them. There has been a loss of honor and values that stem from coaches instilling these virtues into his players and the players having pride in displaying the same.

The parents of this town sit huddled quietly and do not want to rock the boat as this coach has positioned himself as the gateway to college lax and expects the masses to bow down to him. And they do. His draconian practices are tolerated only as they have come to accept him as the savior.

It is time for this HC to come under review for his abusive ways. A psychological evaluation is not out of the question either.

Too many players have been subjected to this "crying" abusive person.

His tears I am sure are for himself and how much his image has been tarnished. He cares not one iota for his players as people nor does he take up the charge to be a true leader as one would hope and expect. His players would collectively put him through a wall rather than run through one for him.

Time for change. Drastic change.

Might as well sign your name there, Norm. Yikes.

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159512
04/13/16 07:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
As of yesterday; all involved players kicked off of team.. A one week school suspension was handed down. One known commit spot has been designated as "vacated" by that university.

Status of HC and AD unknown.

Coach reported to be "crying" as he informed his players of the situation at practice.

The HC must take the brunt of the responsibility in this case. Yes, parents should have could have done better and are suffering as a result; but the players are under the wing of the coach.

This coach has a long history of mentally beating down players. He has poor interpersonal relation skills. The result of this over the years has been for the players to show him as much respect as he shows them. There has been a loss of honor and values that stem from coaches instilling these virtues into his players and the players having pride in displaying the same.

The parents of this town sit huddled quietly and do not want to rock the boat as this coach has positioned himself as the gateway to college lax and expects the masses to bow down to him. And they do. His draconian practices are tolerated only as they have come to accept him as the savior.

It is time for this HC to come under review for his abusive ways. A psychological evaluation is not out of the question either.

Too many players have been subjected to this "crying" abusive person.

His tears I am sure are for himself and how much his image has been tarnished. He cares not one iota for his players as people nor does he take up the charge to be a true leader as one would hope and expect. His players would collectively put him through a wall rather than run through one for him.

Time for change. Drastic change.


Wow, some serious accusations there. As it seems you are close to the situation I will take you at your word but I do have a few questions as a interested observer.

Had this incident not happened and the team was winning, would this be brought up? Where has this outrage been?

GC seems to have a gateway to many of the Ivy league schools, do you think they are aware of the HC practices?

Is the a situation where while everything appears to be rosy and clean, it would not stand up to outside scrutiny?

Clearly it seems like there are issues there in GC, but its very strange that none of this has been brought to light in the past. I have to assume it is because the program has been very successful and kids have matriculated to very good college programs.


Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: TommyM] #159513
04/13/16 07:45 AM
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I don't understand how there are NO repercussions for the coach. That makes no sense to me. His teams are not as good as they use to be either so why are they afraid to make him step down. How is he not held accountable at all for his players? If 6 kids don't show up to a team dinner, why is he not searching for them. I wouldn't want my son under his watch. Sounds like "crocodile tears" on his part.

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: TommyM] #159514
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Blaming the coach ??? ! No way should the kids or maybe their parents who raised them and live with them, take any responsibility. Blame the coach. Nice job allowing kids to learn they have no accountability.

Typical!

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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: TommyM] #159519
04/13/16 08:59 AM
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The above poster ranting about the HC from GC has to be a disgruntled dad who is pissed his little Johnny didnt get on the field when he was in HS. Stop living through your kids. GC parents all know who you are...Yes you are not liked as a dad or parent. You have been complaining for years and now you come on here and voice your opinion. HC did nothing wrong. Kids and parents are to blame. Hc is getting the boys ready to play at the next level. Stop being a wuss...You dont like your kid being yelled at but its OK for him to smoke weed at a school event...Get off your soap box and look in the mirror...you are the REAL PROBLEM

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159521
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Drastic change...must mean your kid isnt starting and if they get a new coach maybe he will?? please stop you just sound silly and are acting like a grade school girl

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159524
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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As of yesterday; all involved players kicked off of team.. A one week school suspension was handed down. One known commit spot has been designated as "vacated" by that university.

Status of HC and AD unknown.

Coach reported to be "crying" as he informed his players of the situation at practice.

The HC must take the brunt of the responsibility in this case. Yes, parents should have could have done better and are suffering as a result; but the players are under the wing of the coach.

This coach has a long history of mentally beating down players. He has poor interpersonal relation skills. The result of this over the years has been for the players to show him as much respect as he shows them. There has been a loss of honor and values that stem from coaches instilling these virtues into his players and the players having pride in displaying the same.

The parents of this town sit huddled quietly and do not want to rock the boat as this coach has positioned himself as the gateway to college lax and expects the masses to bow down to him. And they do. His draconian practices are tolerated only as they have come to accept him as the savior.

It is time for this HC to come under review for his abusive ways. A psychological evaluation is not out of the question either.

Too many players have been subjected to this "crying" abusive person.

His tears I am sure are for himself and how much his image has been tarnished. He cares not one iota for his players as people nor does he take up the charge to be a true leader as one would hope and expect. His players would collectively put him through a wall rather than run through one for him.

Time for change. Drastic change.

Might as well sign your name there, Norm. Yikes.


thanks for taking care of that for me I was in a rush.

No anonymity needed here. I stand by my words and opinion.

there are myriad topics that can be delved into wrt what happened.

I support the families and hope that they would demand change. proper supervision and leadership by the coaches would have gone a long way as would mutual respect and loyalty. Apparently, these virtues are lost upon this coach and his staff.


Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159526
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Hey Bitter Betty... You sound like someone whose kid didn't get to play as much as YOU thought he should have when he played for GC and have an axe to grind ... get over your bitterness, and move on, you will be a happier person... and so will your kid who probably reflected your negativity on the field and it affected his game.
As for the young men who made a terrible mistake and exercised poor judgment and are suffering the consequences of their actions, let's hope they learn from it, move on and they can turn it into something positive.

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[/quote]

Wow, some serious accusations there. As it seems you are close to the situation I will take you at your word but I do have a few questions as a interested observer.

Had this incident not happened and the team was winning, would this be brought up? Where has this outrage been?

GC seems to have a gateway to many of the Ivy league schools, do you think they are aware of the HC practices?

Is the a situation where while everything appears to be rosy and clean, it would not stand up to outside scrutiny?

Clearly it seems like there are issues there in GC, but its very strange that none of this has been brought to light in the past. I have to assume it is because the program has been very successful and kids have matriculated to very good college programs.

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Good questions, all.

The underlying outrage I believe is kept submerged by most as it has become the acceptable regardless of wins/losses. No one want to mention the elephant in the room.

Not sure if colleges are aware or if they care to be involved at all. They have bigger issues to deal with at their level.

Kids have matriculated to very good institutions in spite of these practices. I do not see many posts here attesting to his great coaching and personal qualities as of yet. Perhaps some are coming?

There were a couple of teams that made great records for GC; but lets be honest and give credit where due; they all played for a great club program which developed them as players that then translated to a great performance at GC. the HC had minimal input on the development of these great players. He was handed a great team by fl$.

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