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Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 #234223
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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 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: TM@BOTC] #234258
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anyone know of an A team that has less than 20 kids / has dedicated coaches/organized and intense practices/focused on recruiting/not very expensive?

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
anyone know of an A team that has less than 20 kids / has dedicated coaches/organized and intense practices/focused on recruiting/not very expensive?


What area? That usually is the biggest limitation.

Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #234274
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
anyone know of an A team that has less than 20 kids / has dedicated coaches/organized and intense practices/focused on recruiting/not very expensive?


What area? That usually is the biggest limitation.


He's talking about unicorns... it doesn't exist. Should have included "no daddy ball".

Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: TM@BOTC] #234281
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Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: TM@BOTC] #235092
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How was FCA and Looneys tryouts yesterday?

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Many yellow lids

Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: TM@BOTC] #235256
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about 60 kids at Looney's. Tryouts were well done, fast paced and some talent. A lot of recreation kids making their first attempt at club. I agree that the Crabs were well represented at the tryout (6 total). If Looney's can get 2 to 4 of those Crabs kids they will be much better over last year.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
about 60 kids at Looney's. Tryouts were well done, fast paced and some talent. A lot of recreation kids making their first attempt at club. I agree that the Crabs were well represented at the tryout (6 total). If Looney's can get 2 to 4 of those Crabs kids they will be much better over last year.

If they get all of those kids they will probably be better than Crabs next year... ##truth##

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
about 60 kids at Looney's. Tryouts were well done, fast paced and some talent. A lot of recreation kids making their first attempt at club. I agree that the Crabs were well represented at the tryout (6 total). If Looney's can get 2 to 4 of those Crabs kids they will be much better over last year.
a few kids really stood out at Looneys tryouts.. New to this so not sure where that came from or if they were already there

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There was probably about the same number at Calvert Hall for the FCA tryouts; 60ish. Very organized and well run; it appeared they had some of their Calvert Hall alumni running drills while coaches evaluated. A few scattered yellow lids mixed in but a variety of club teams being represented. There was a lot going on to say the least but it looked liked Kelley was spending extra time with some new talent at attack and the face-off position; they had a lot of talent at mid-field. This team will be very well represented come next Spring based on the talent level I saw on Sunday.

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Who cares how may kids go to to FCA 2023 tryout? Spots only open if returning kids leave. That is why that team cannot overcome Crabs, which has open tryouts and actually scouts and brings in new players during the season. Did it with an attackmen 2 years ago and a defender this past season. Different models.

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Looks like many Looneys kids from last year need to worry about keeping a spot.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
There was probably about the same number at Calvert Hall for the FCA tryouts; 60ish. Very organized and well run; it appeared they had some of their Calvert Hall alumni running drills while coaches evaluated. A few scattered yellow lids mixed in but a variety of club teams being represented. There was a lot going on to say the least but it looked liked Kelley was spending extra time with some new talent at attack and the face-off position; they had a lot of talent at mid-field. This team will be very well represented come next Spring based on the talent level I saw on Sunday.


More of his relatives on the way up

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Who cares how may kids go to to FCA 2023 tryout? Spots only open if returning kids leave. That is why that team cannot overcome Crabs, which has open tryouts and actually scouts and brings in new players during the season. Did it with an attackmen 2 years ago and a defender this past season. Different models.


That's not how fca runs 2020 team which Kelly also coaches. Very few kids left on blue team from 5th/6th grade. He wants best possible players to steer to Calvert hall

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