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Boys 2020 - 10th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 #234213
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It's the start of the Fall 2017/Summer 2018 season. Use this thread for your posts regarding this age group

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Re: Boys 2020 - 10th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: TM@BOTC] #234254
08/01/17 01:56 PM
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Looking at ty Xander's site for 2018 commits:
16 D1 for crabs
16 D1 for fca
11 D1 for Hawks

Anytime you have an entire starting lineup committed, you are doing something right


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These comments about club commits are so dumb. These particular clubs do not develop anything. Each year the cut and add, which is fine, so long as we all understand they are just building all-star teams of kids developed elsewhere. Then the MIAA schools play the regular season schedule where these kids are recruited. Parasite clubs claim credit. Joke.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
These comments about club commits are so dumb. These particular clubs do not develop anything. Each year the cut and add, which is fine, so long as we all understand they are just building all-star teams of kids developed elsewhere. Then the MIAA schools play the regular season schedule where these kids are recruited. Parasite clubs claim credit. Joke.


Most of Hawks have been with program since elementary or early middle school years, so there are clubs that develop players, also there are more than 11 D1 commits on that 2018 team

Re: Boys 2020 - 10th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #234312
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
These comments about club commits are so dumb. These particular clubs do not develop anything. Each year the cut and add, which is fine, so long as we all understand they are just building all-star teams of kids developed elsewhere. Then the MIAA schools play the regular season schedule where these kids are recruited. Parasite clubs claim credit. Joke.


Um. When is the last time you saw a bunch of college coaches watching an MIAA game?

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Re: Boys 2020 - 10th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #234337
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
These comments about club commits are so dumb. These particular clubs do not develop anything. Each year the cut and add, which is fine, so long as we all understand they are just building all-star teams of kids developed elsewhere. Then the MIAA schools play the regular season schedule where these kids are recruited. Parasite clubs claim credit. Joke.


while it is not the norm, how do you explain kids that commit to a college before they enter high school, i'm not saying it is right or wrong, that is another debate, but you can't dismiss the impact that playing in the summer had on their recruitment.

Re: Boys 2020 - 10th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #234344
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
These comments about club commits are so dumb. These particular clubs do not develop anything. Each year the cut and add, which is fine, so long as we all understand they are just building all-star teams of kids developed elsewhere. Then the MIAA schools play the regular season schedule where these kids are recruited. Parasite clubs claim credit. Joke.


Most of Hawks have been with program since elementary or early middle school years, so there are clubs that develop players, also there are more than 11 D1 commits on that 2018 team


So the best kids are developed by clubs before high school?

Then looking at the 2021s, the last pre high school year, the crabs won hoco while fca and Hawks tied for 5th place.


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Originally Posted by Anonymous
These comments about club commits are so dumb. These particular clubs do not develop anything. Each year the cut and add, which is fine, so long as we all understand they are just building all-star teams of kids developed elsewhere. Then the MIAA schools play the regular season schedule where these kids are recruited. Parasite clubs claim credit. Joke.

I think it really comes down to how you define develop? If you mean create above avg to great teams and place them in the best of the best tournaments then yes they "Develop" these kids. But if you define develop as who taught them how to hold the stick and roll dodge this can be several different places.

Re: Boys 2020 - 10th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #234492
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
These comments about club commits are so dumb. These particular clubs do not develop anything. Each year the cut and add, which is fine, so long as we all understand they are just building all-star teams of kids developed elsewhere. Then the MIAA schools play the regular season schedule where these kids are recruited. Parasite clubs claim credit. Joke.


Most of Hawks have been with program since elementary or early middle school years, so there are clubs that develop players, also there are more than 11 D1 commits on that 2018 team


So the best kids are developed by clubs before high school?

Then looking at the 2021s, the last pre high school year, the crabs won hoco while fca and Hawks tied for 5th place.


i would hope so, i'm sure the hoco 8th grade league was easier the 2nd time around

Re: Boys 2020 - 10th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #234496
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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These comments about club commits are so dumb. These particular clubs do not develop anything. Each year the cut and add, which is fine, so long as we all understand they are just building all-star teams of kids developed elsewhere. Then the MIAA schools play the regular season schedule where these kids are recruited. Parasite clubs claim credit. Joke.


Most of Hawks have been with program since elementary or early middle school years, so there are clubs that develop players, also there are more than 11 D1 commits on that 2018 team


So the best kids are developed by clubs before high school?

Then looking at the 2021s, the last pre high school year, the crabs won hoco while fca and Hawks tied for 5th place.


i would hope so, i'm sure the hoco 8th grade league was easier the 2nd time around


It wasn't easier for Hawks second time around, they still came in 5th place, even with all of their hoidbacks.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
These comments about club commits are so dumb. These particular clubs do not develop anything. Each year the cut and add, which is fine, so long as we all understand they are just building all-star teams of kids developed elsewhere. Then the MIAA schools play the regular season schedule where these kids are recruited. Parasite clubs claim credit. Joke.


The clubs you hate don't do any development, ok, great, thanks, dude. Go back to whatever you've been smoking as the world has been turning for the past several years. Stop worrying about lacrosse; you have no reason to be worrying about lacrosse. Keep that stash away from your kids. Everything's a joke, clubs, MIAA, you got it, keep on keeping on, my man.

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So 18 kids get 1/4 or 1/2 scholarships if their lucky. And their parents spent a year of college tuition to play for club and travel etc. just put your money in 529 when they are 8 and you've got more money then these partial lax scholarships. Enjoy watching them play and stop all BS promotion of your clubs and how many kids go to college. News Flash! Only like 10 states have high school lacrosse and nobody watches it outside of Maryland and Long Island.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
These comments about club commits are so dumb. These particular clubs do not develop anything. Each year the cut and add, which is fine, so long as we all understand they are just building all-star teams of kids developed elsewhere. Then the MIAA schools play the regular season schedule where these kids are recruited. Parasite clubs claim credit. Joke.


The clubs you hate don't do any development, ok, great, thanks, dude. Go back to whatever you've been smoking as the world has been turning for the past several years. Stop worrying about lacrosse; you have no reason to be worrying about lacrosse. Keep that stash away from your kids. Everything's a joke, clubs, MIAA, you got it, keep on keeping on, my man.


I think he needs to pass you whatever he is smoking.


Re: Boys 2020 - 10th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #234562
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
So 18 kids get 1/4 or 1/2 scholarships if their lucky. And their parents spent a year of college tuition to play for club and travel etc. just put your money in 529 when they are 8 and you've got more money then these partial lax scholarships. Enjoy watching them play and stop all BS promotion of your clubs and how many kids go to college. News Flash! Only like 10 states have high school lacrosse and nobody watches it outside of Maryland and Long Island.


You're right. My son could have easily gotten into Princeton without lacrosse. I should have stashed that money into a 529 to pay for him to go to Maryland instead.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
These comments about club commits are so dumb. These particular clubs do not develop anything. Each year the cut and add, which is fine, so long as we all understand they are just building all-star teams of kids developed elsewhere. Then the MIAA schools play the regular season schedule where these kids are recruited. Parasite clubs claim credit. Joke.


Most of Hawks have been with program since elementary or early middle school years, so there are clubs that develop players, also there are more than 11 D1 commits on that 2018 team


So the best kids are developed by clubs before high school?

Then looking at the 2021s, the last pre high school year, the crabs won hoco while fca and Hawks tied for 5th place.


i would hope so, i'm sure the hoco 8th grade league was easier the 2nd time around


It wasn't easier for Hawks second time around, they still came in 5th place, even with all of their hoidbacks.


The Hawks suck at Holdbacks. Way too many public school kids. Fca, crabs, madlax are the masters!

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