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Wondering if the 11th grade parents know that there have been "captain practices" for the past couple of weekends that only the chosen few have been going to - about 15-20 kids. This is the kind of underhanded bs that goes on at Chaminade. And it is known and encouraged by the coaching staff. Chaminade is a joke...


Are you an 11th grade parent? If not you're a complete assh*le

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Wondering if the 11th grade parents know that there have been "captain practices" for the past couple of weekends that only the chosen few have been going to - about 15-20 kids. This is the kind of underhanded bs that goes on at Chaminade. And it is known and encouraged by the coaching staff. Chaminade is a joke...


Are you an 11th grade parent? If not you're a complete assh*le



Why is he an A$$ because he called the issue out and thought it was BS. It is BS and the other parents should Be pissed off. just because your kid maybe one of the kids who attended still does not make it the right thing. Must be a real close team with the crap they do..

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Wondering if the 11th grade parents know that there have been "captain practices" for the past couple of weekends that only the chosen few have been going to - about 15-20 kids. This is the kind of underhanded bs that goes on at Chaminade. And it is known and encouraged by the coaching staff. Chaminade is a joke...


I CALL BS!!!! My son is a senior and there is a group chat with over 50 kids on it. If your son chose not to attend that's on him, a lot of seniors and juniors have not shown, so the joke is on you. Give credit to the ones that chose to show up, yes some where on vacation and that's fine.

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Do you understand what the "Captain practices" are ? Happens every year and yes coaches know about it and encourage it. BUT it is open to anyone that wants to attend that is on or trying out for the Varsity. It is a way for the players to get workouts in before practice officially starts. What you may or may not understand is they don't start practice like Public schools months before the season officially starts or hidden in gyms and when practice does start the have cuts to make so getting ready is a little tougher than most if not all. They don't have a full indoor field to practice on all winter. So getting the kids to organize and run the practices is a good thing and necessary to get ready for the season. If you ask any of the boys they all know about the practices but may be a little intimidated to attend because it is run by the players and tends to be a little tougher on the arms.

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Wondering if the 11th grade parents know that there have been "captain practices" for the past couple of weekends that only the chosen few have been going to - about 15-20 kids. This is the kind of underhanded bs that goes on at Chaminade. And it is known and encouraged by the coaching staff. Chaminade is a joke...


Are you an 11th grade parent? If not you're a complete assh*le



Why is he an A$$ because he called the issue out and thought it was BS. It is BS and the other parents should Be pissed off. just because your kid maybe one of the kids who attended still does not make it the right thing. Must be a real close team with the crap they do..


Because he is NOT an 11th grade parent, that's why he's an A-Hole, just another sh*t stirring non Chaminade parent.

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Wondering if the 11th grade parents know that there have been "captain practices" for the past couple of weekends that only the chosen few have been going to - about 15-20 kids. This is the kind of underhanded bs that goes on at Chaminade. And it is known and encouraged by the coaching staff. Chaminade is a joke...


Are you an 11th grade parent? If not you're a complete assh*le



Why is he an A$$ because he called the issue out and thought it was BS. It is BS and the other parents should Be pissed off. just because your kid maybe one of the kids who attended still does not make it the right thing. Must be a real close team with the crap they do..


And your an A$$ too, because it's obvious by your post that you are not a Cham parent either. Trolling loser. Mind your own school nonsense.

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There are no "secret" practices. The Jesuits weren't invited. I am sorry your son was not admitted to Chaminade but please stop stirring up nonsense.

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with Hofstra so close I would wonder why they wouldnt reach out to them to see if time and space was available.

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Do you understand what the "Captain practices" are ? Happens every year and yes coaches know about it and encourage it. BUT it is open to anyone that wants to attend that is on or trying out for the Varsity. It is a way for the players to get workouts in before practice officially starts. What you may or may not understand is they don't start practice like Public schools months before the season officially starts or hidden in gyms and when practice does start the have cuts to make so getting ready is a little tougher than most if not all. They don't have a full indoor field to practice on all winter. So getting the kids to organize and run the practices is a good thing and necessary to get ready for the season. If you ask any of the boys they all know about the practices but may be a little intimidated to attend because it is run by the players and tends to be a little tougher on the arms.

Most schools, public and private, with a decent program have such "captain practices" or "open gym practices". It is the place to weed out the weakies. And is done with most sports.

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Do you understand what the "Captain practices" are ? Happens every year and yes coaches know about it and encourage it. BUT it is open to anyone that wants to attend that is on or trying out for the Varsity. It is a way for the players to get workouts in before practice officially starts. What you may or may not understand is they don't start practice like Public schools months before the season officially starts or hidden in gyms and when practice does start the have cuts to make so getting ready is a little tougher than most if not all. They don't have a full indoor field to practice on all winter. So getting the kids to organize and run the practices is a good thing and necessary to get ready for the season. If you ask any of the boys they all know about the practices but may be a little intimidated to attend because it is run by the players and tends to be a little tougher on the arms.

Most schools, public and private, with a decent program have such "captain practices" or "open gym practices". It is the place to weed out the weakies. And is done with most sports.


Nice little paragraph. Now for the truth-only the facts on BOTC........"certain parents" arrange for the practices which include obtaining the Hub or the Hofstra bubble. Lets not confuse it that "the boys" are doing this on their own. If your not part of the email chain or group email you don't know the time/date/location.

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Nice little paragraph. Now for the truth-only the facts on BOTC........"certain parents" arrange for the practices which include obtaining the Hub or the Hofstra bubble. Lets not confuse it that "the boys" are doing this on their own. If your not part of the email chain or group email you don't know the time/date/location.
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Correct - there are 50 names in the chat now - after yesterday's meeting. There were not 50 names prior - just the chosen ones. Again - more Chaminade BS...

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Nice little paragraph. Now for the truth-only the facts on BOTC........"certain parents" arrange for the practices which include obtaining the Hub or the Hofstra bubble. Lets not confuse it that "the boys" are doing this on their own. If your not part of the email chain or group email you don't know the time/date/location.


Correct - there are 50 names in the chat now - after yesterday's meeting. There were not 50 names prior - just the chosen ones. Again - more Chaminade BS...
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Time to let your son out of the nest. It's not the chosen ones, if your son wants to be involved he should just ask. The boys all talk and know each other, we are talking young men not 6 year olds. If your son is coming home complaining tell him to go figure it out, mommy and daddy can't fix everything, it's called life.

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Do you understand what the "Captain practices" are ? Happens every year and yes coaches know about it and encourage it. BUT it is open to anyone that wants to attend that is on or trying out for the Varsity. It is a way for the players to get workouts in before practice officially starts. What you may or may not understand is they don't start practice like Public schools months before the season officially starts or hidden in gyms and when practice does start the have cuts to make so getting ready is a little tougher than most if not all. They don't have a full indoor field to practice on all winter. So getting the kids to organize and run the practices is a good thing and necessary to get ready for the season. If you ask any of the boys they all know about the practices but may be a little intimidated to attend because it is run by the players and tends to be a little tougher on the arms.

Most schools, public and private, with a decent program have such "captain practices" or "open gym practices". It is the place to weed out the weakies. And is done with most sports.



and for these schools to do this they most include/invite all who are interested that go to the HS. it must be posted for all to see. Whether they go is up to them but cant be turned away regardless of how good or bad. in some cases parents think since little johnnie is going he is on varsity, no, FYi the coach has to let all on grade kids who show up participate or else the section can come down on them. When we were in school no coaches were allowed and could do preseason on school property.

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Wow...I'm a Chaminade parent (not alumn)... Not Until reading posts on this forum, did I realize how much animosity and hostility is out there by small, envious parents (not kids)...

Chaminade is tough school, and kids are challenged to grow in an extremely competitive environment... NOT for whinny entitled crybabies... NOTHING is given to ANY KID, and Everything is Earned... may not like it, but if you knew 1st hand, you'd Respect it...


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Wondering if the 11th grade parents know that there have been "captain practices" for the past couple of weekends that only the chosen few have been going to - about 15-20 kids. This is the kind of underhanded bs that goes on at Chaminade. And it is known and encouraged by the coaching staff. Chaminade is a joke...

How the fxck would you know that?? Weirdo!!
Wonder what kind of BS advice you floated to your kid... thankfully, he probably ignored it, as usual, went to wall, and practiced on his own to prep for tryouts.

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Chaminade parent here. You are correct to a certain point. The club lax players certainly get better treatment than the ones who don't play for the chaminade head coaches club. It's a fact!!. Money talks especially at that school

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Chaminade parent here. You are correct to a certain point. The club lax players certainly get better treatment than the ones who don't play for the chaminade head coaches club. It's a fact!!. Money talks especially at that school

You're a deusche.

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Chaminade parent here. You are correct to a certain point. The club lax players certainly get better treatment than the ones who don't play for the chaminade head coaches club. It's a fact!!. Money talks especially at that school


Money really, really talks at Chaminade...

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Do you understand what the "Captain practices" are ? Happens every year and yes coaches know about it and encourage it. BUT it is open to anyone that wants to attend that is on or trying out for the Varsity. It is a way for the players to get workouts in before practice officially starts. What you may or may not understand is they don't start practice like Public schools months before the season officially starts or hidden in gyms and when practice does start the have cuts to make so getting ready is a little tougher than most if not all. They don't have a full indoor field to practice on all winter. So getting the kids to organize and run the practices is a good thing and necessary to get ready for the season. If you ask any of the boys they all know about the practices but may be a little intimidated to attend because it is run by the players and tends to be a little tougher on the arms.

Most schools, public and private, with a decent program have such "captain practices" or "open gym practices". It is the place to weed out the weakies. And is done with most sports.



and for these schools to do this they most include/invite all who are interested that go to the HS. it must be posted for all to see. Whether they go is up to them but cant be turned away regardless of how good or bad. in some cases parents think since little johnnie is going he is on varsity, no, FYi the coach has to let all on grade kids who show up participate or else the section can come down on them. When we were in school no coaches were allowed and could do preseason on school property.


"Open Gym" cannot restrict who attends. "Captains Practices" most certainly can.

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Truth hurts. Use spell check

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Do you understand what the "Captain practices" are ? Happens every year and yes coaches know about it and encourage it. BUT it is open to anyone that wants to attend that is on or trying out for the Varsity. It is a way for the players to get workouts in before practice officially starts. What you may or may not understand is they don't start practice like Public schools months before the season officially starts or hidden in gyms and when practice does start the have cuts to make so getting ready is a little tougher than most if not all. They don't have a full indoor field to practice on all winter. So getting the kids to organize and run the practices is a good thing and necessary to get ready for the season. If you ask any of the boys they all know about the practices but may be a little intimidated to attend because it is run by the players and tends to be a little tougher on the arms.

Most schools, public and private, with a decent program have such "captain practices" or "open gym practices". It is the place to weed out the weakies. And is done with most sports.



and for these schools to do this they most include/invite all who are interested that go to the HS. it must be posted for all to see. Whether they go is up to them but cant be turned away regardless of how good or bad. in some cases parents think since little johnnie is going he is on varsity, no, FYi the coach has to let all on grade kids who show up participate or else the section can come down on them. When we were in school no coaches were allowed and could do preseason on school property.


"Open Gym" cannot restrict who attends. "Captains Practices" most certainly can.



Nope not happening, you're not being truthful.

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Do you understand what the "Captain practices" are ? Happens every year and yes coaches know about it and encourage it. BUT it is open to anyone that wants to attend that is on or trying out for the Varsity. It is a way for the players to get workouts in before practice officially starts. What you may or may not understand is they don't start practice like Public schools months before the season officially starts or hidden in gyms and when practice does start the have cuts to make so getting ready is a little tougher than most if not all. They don't have a full indoor field to practice on all winter. So getting the kids to organize and run the practices is a good thing and necessary to get ready for the season. If you ask any of the boys they all know about the practices but may be a little intimidated to attend because it is run by the players and tends to be a little tougher on the arms.

Most schools, public and private, with a decent program have such "captain practices" or "open gym practices". It is the place to weed out the weakies. And is done with most sports.



and for these schools to do this they most include/invite all who are interested that go to the HS. it must be posted for all to see. Whether they go is up to them but cant be turned away regardless of how good or bad. in some cases parents think since little johnnie is going he is on varsity, no, FYi the coach has to let all on grade kids who show up participate or else the section can come down on them. When we were in school no coaches were allowed and could do preseason on school property.


"Open Gym" cannot restrict who attends. "Captains Practices" most certainly can.


for Publics? For Publics, if you are using the school facilities it doesnt make a difference. If you use school facilities you need adult supervision (coach) and whether open gym or Captian Practices all 9th-12th need to be invited. (for publics only)

Catholics not sure the rule. Cant see them excluding anyone intentionally. i can see students knowing and not goign becasue they think they need an invite with a bow.

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Chaminade parent here. You are correct to a certain point. The club lax players certainly get better treatment than the ones who don't play for the chaminade head coaches club. It's a fact!!. Money talks especially at that school


It's clear. You R Not a Chaminade parent...

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Spoken like a parent who's son plays for Express.

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Is it true that only juniors and seniors can play varsity at Chaminade?

No freshman or sophomores?

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Where can I park to watch tryouts?
Jericho turnpike is a nightmare
Can we get some sort of sign to put on dashboard?
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Do you understand what the "Captain practices" are ? Happens every year and yes coaches know about it and encourage it. BUT it is open to anyone that wants to attend that is on or trying out for the Varsity. It is a way for the players to get workouts in before practice officially starts. What you may or may not understand is they don't start practice like Public schools months before the season officially starts or hidden in gyms and when practice does start the have cuts to make so getting ready is a little tougher than most if not all. They don't have a full indoor field to practice on all winter. So getting the kids to organize and run the practices is a good thing and necessary to get ready for the season. If you ask any of the boys they all know about the practices but may be a little intimidated to attend because it is run by the players and tends to be a little tougher on the arms.

Most schools, public and private, with a decent program have such "captain practices" or "open gym practices". It is the place to weed out the weakies. And is done with most sports.



and for these schools to do this they most include/invite all who are interested that go to the HS. it must be posted for all to see. Whether they go is up to them but cant be turned away regardless of how good or bad. in some cases parents think since little johnnie is going he is on varsity, no, FYi the coach has to let all on grade kids who show up participate or else the section can come down on them. When we were in school no coaches were allowed and could do preseason on school property.


A true captain's practice is not formally affiliated with a school or team. As long as no coaches are involved, boys can do whatever they want, just as they would any other non-school function and/or socialization. That means that they can involve whomever they want or exclude whomever they want. Some people may not like it, but if it's truly a captain's practice, it is what it is, and the school has no involvement and,therefore, no restrictions/requirements on same. Unless Chaminade has somehow forbid these types of activity, which sounds far reaching, so who knows today.

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Park behind anyone of the numerous strip malls along that seedy stretch in GCola...

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Do you understand what the "Captain practices" are ? Happens every year and yes coaches know about it and encourage it. BUT it is open to anyone that wants to attend that is on or trying out for the Varsity. It is a way for the players to get workouts in before practice officially starts. What you may or may not understand is they don't start practice like Public schools months before the season officially starts or hidden in gyms and when practice does start the have cuts to make so getting ready is a little tougher than most if not all. They don't have a full indoor field to practice on all winter. So getting the kids to organize and run the practices is a good thing and necessary to get ready for the season. If you ask any of the boys they all know about the practices but may be a little intimidated to attend because it is run by the players and tends to be a little tougher on the arms.

Most schools, public and private, with a decent program have such "captain practices" or "open gym practices". It is the place to weed out the weakies. And is done with most sports.



and for these schools to do this they most include/invite all who are interested that go to the HS. it must be posted for all to see. Whether they go is up to them but cant be turned away regardless of how good or bad. in some cases parents think since little johnnie is going he is on varsity, no, FYi the coach has to let all on grade kids who show up participate or else the section can come down on them. When we were in school no coaches were allowed and could do preseason on school property.


"Open Gym" cannot restrict who attends. "Captains Practices" most certainly can.


for Publics? For Publics, if you are using the school facilities it doesnt make a difference. If you use school facilities you need adult supervision (coach) and whether open gym or Captian Practices all 9th-12th need to be invited. (for publics only)

Catholics not sure the rule. Cant see them excluding anyone intentionally. i can see students knowing and not goign becasue they think they need an invite with a bow.


Not true. You've never seen a bunch of players on a school field without an adult? No matter where you go to school: a coach "hints" to team leaders to get together to have a Captain's Practice. No adults there. Using school fields. Not everyone is told or is asked to attend.

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Do you understand what the "Captain practices" are ? Happens every year and yes coaches know about it and encourage it. BUT it is open to anyone that wants to attend that is on or trying out for the Varsity. It is a way for the players to get workouts in before practice officially starts. What you may or may not understand is they don't start practice like Public schools months before the season officially starts or hidden in gyms and when practice does start the have cuts to make so getting ready is a little tougher than most if not all. They don't have a full indoor field to practice on all winter. So getting the kids to organize and run the practices is a good thing and necessary to get ready for the season. If you ask any of the boys they all know about the practices but may be a little intimidated to attend because it is run by the players and tends to be a little tougher on the arms.

Most schools, public and private, with a decent program have such "captain practices" or "open gym practices". It is the place to weed out the weakies. And is done with most sports.



and for these schools to do this they most include/invite all who are interested that go to the HS. it must be posted for all to see. Whether they go is up to them but cant be turned away regardless of how good or bad. in some cases parents think since little johnnie is going he is on varsity, no, FYi the coach has to let all on grade kids who show up participate or else the section can come down on them. When we were in school no coaches were allowed and could do preseason on school property.


"Open Gym" cannot restrict who attends. "Captains Practices" most certainly can.


for Publics? For Publics, if you are using the school facilities it doesnt make a difference. If you use school facilities you need adult supervision (coach) and whether open gym or Captian Practices all 9th-12th need to be invited. (for publics only)

Catholics not sure the rule. Cant see them excluding anyone intentionally. i can see students knowing and not goign becasue they think they need an invite with a bow.


Not true. You've never seen a bunch of players on a school field without an adult? No matter where you go to school: a coach "hints" to team leaders to get together to have a Captain's Practice. No adults there. Using school fields. Not everyone is told or is asked to attend.


So true! LOL!

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You must've gone to Chaminade. I forgot they don't spend a lot of time on reading comprehension, deductive reasoning or creative writing..think outside the box. Figure it out.

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You must've gone to Chaminade. I forgot they don't spend a lot of time on reading comprehension, deductive reasoning or creative writing..think outside the box. Figure it out.


Not sure where you went, but it must be a school where they teach you to be a jerkoff, jealous of what others have...........D-Bag

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I can assure I am not looking up at you in any sense of the word and I'm quite content with my educational experience and station in life.

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interesting thread. Trying to define captains practice or kids playing on playground. Very weak

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[quote=Anonymous]You must've gone to Chaminade. I forgot they don't spend a lot of time on reading comprehension, deductive reasoning or creative writing..think outside the box. Figure it out.


Not sure where you went, but it must be a school where they teach you to be a jerkoff, jealous of what others have...........D-Bag

No, the brothers teach the boys how to jerk it, we know that's true.

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Now back to Lax:

# of Seniors starters for the flyers this year? probably 7.
Several juniors and a soph could contend for other starting spots.

How likely?

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# of Seniors starters for the flyers this year? probably 7.
Several juniors and a soph could contend for other starting spots.

How likely?

Sophomore, Ill bite? Who.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
3 Juniors No Sophmores


Could be 4 Juniors, definitely no Sophomores. Cuts have been made.

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