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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #160021
04/15/16 07:20 PM
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Yo, nothing wrong with quoting movies.."now go get your shinebox..or I will force you to wear a Men's Club or Westhampton CC 3 button!!


Now that was actually funny. Well played.


Don't forget the Nantucket reds and Gucci loafers. Standard uniform in GC.


They all still be stylin' in that awful Benetton crap ?

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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: TommyM] #160022
04/15/16 07:29 PM
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To all the people bashing garden city and manhasset, remember, a little pot never killed nobody

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
To all the people bashing garden city and manhasset, remember, a little pot never killed nobody


That's what I'm saying! Not from GC, but a different powerhouse. Not condoning it but that the laxbro! On my son's team the top performers indulge. Lots of things wrong and right in this world. Everyone has an opinion. Do your job and shut your mouth!

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #160031
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To all the people bashing garden city and manhasset, remember, a little pot never killed nobody
You're absolutely right, but it will get you kicked off any D1 program that does randoms.

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #160034
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
To all the people bashing garden city and manhasset, remember, a little pot never killed nobody


It's the gateway drug to others that are relentless killers.

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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #160037
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Hopefully lesson learned by others: years of hard work can be un-done in an instant by one bad decision. Scary concept for any parent so natural for people to lash out with the holier than thou routine. I have teenagers and all have made mistakes and done stupid things....though fortunately not with drugs or alcohol. That is not to say that I might not be profoundly disappointed in them by the end of the weekend. Your job as a parent is never done and there is no such thing as a perfect teenager. It is right that these GC kids pay a price as an example to others of the consequences of this type of behavior. At the same time, be careful about espousing too much judgment regarding them and their parents.

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #160044
04/16/16 12:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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To all the people bashing garden city and manhasset, remember, a little pot never killed nobody


That's what I'm saying! Not from GC, but a different powerhouse. Not condoning it but that the laxbro! On my son's team the top performers indulge. Lots of things wrong and right in this world. Everyone has an opinion. Do your job and shut your mouth!


There's another powerhouse?

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #160055
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Let me say this. No one was surprised it happened. No one was surprised at who was involved. We the parents of GC are just surprised it took so long to happen.

Set an example so it does not happen again
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I'm hearing rumblings that damage control is underway and the boys involved will receive just a few days suspension from practice. If this is the case, the AD should resign.. She has no control over any of the HS coaches most of who have been at GCHS for years. The programs are not nearly as successful as they were in years past or as they should/could be. Nepotism, favoritism,and plain old bulls$&@ are rampant on all varsiity teams. It's a disgrace to the community just like this situation is.


Shh...no one is supposed to know. The kids and parents all think they actually made the team because they are great!

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #160057
04/16/16 08:12 AM
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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.


Sounds like a lot of GC coaches. starts in PAL and goes from there. people in charge are the problem.

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #160064
04/16/16 08:57 AM
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Garden City is a mess. Just look at the parents behavior and braggadocio attitudes and its easy to see where this type of behavior comes from. Leave the coach alone. Take aim at the residents. Did I mention our PAL program is a mess with infighting as well? The protectionism is rampant for all the little Johnnies and their doomed fate if god forbid they don't make the A team. Friends turning their backs on each other and all the squabbling and political maneuvering... makes me sick. Most of the oafs involved were not much to speak of in their day to boot...joke.


This is worse on the girls side than the boys!

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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #160072
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Is it true a freshman made the girls team without even trying out?

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #160080
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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.


Sounds like a lot of GC coaches. starts in PAL and goes from there. people in charge are the problem.


Come on. You sound like a mommy who never played sports and expects everyone to get a participation trophy. It seems you have your own agenda. How about put the kids in foster homes because their parents failed them. You see how ridiculous that sounds. You trying to blame the coach is just as ridiculous. He is a high school coach not their parents. It's always someone else's fault.

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #160083
04/16/16 12:41 PM
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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.


Sounds like a lot of GC coaches. starts in PAL and goes from there. people in charge are the problem.


Come on. You sound like a mommy who never played sports and expects everyone to get a participation trophy. It seems you have your own agenda. How about put the kids in foster homes because their parents failed them. You see how ridiculous that sounds. You trying to blame the coach is just as ridiculous. He is a high school coach not their parents. It's always someone else's fault.


ridiculous sounding until its your kid who was supposed to be safely supervised. and if it was harder drugs and an OD occurred with your kid you would be OK with that I am sure (rolls eyes)

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #160085
04/16/16 12:56 PM
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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.


Sounds like a lot of GC coaches. starts in PAL and goes from there. people in charge are the problem.


Come on. You sound like a mommy who never played sports and expects everyone to get a participation trophy. It seems you have your own agenda. How about put the kids in foster homes because their parents failed them. You see how ridiculous that sounds. You trying to blame the coach is just as ridiculous. He is a high school coach not their parents. It's always someone else's fault.


Absolutely right. The inbred "from here GC" parents are as immature as their kids. First sign of maturity is to blame no one but yourself. Sure the parents of the kid who got caught smoking dope and was thrown off the football team in the fall for drinking are the biggest culprits. If it wasn't so sad seeing all the loser lax daddy's and their laxmommys trying to figure out what to do with their lives other than being the laxboss it would be funny.

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #160090
04/16/16 01:35 PM
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Mr. Moderater , can you please make a new thread for the GC drama. This is getting old. There are a lot of great games being played now mid season not getting airtime beach use of this nonsense. Thank you.

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