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Re: Boys 2025 - 5th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018
Anonymous #247888 10/24/17 08:18 PM
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Mixed Nuts, you have to beat Geese and 91 before you can proclaim yourself AAA. Oh, wait.......

you're on LI there is no proclaimed AAA they tell daddy's that to make him feel better while they open their mouths to put down others.

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Re: Boys 2025 - 5th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018
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So it appears that Blast is playing the easiest tournament possible. I’ve never even heard of those teams! Jeez, and we thought the Sweary Balls were a joke.

I believe JS referees that to the CHARLIE BROWN TOURNAMENT...GOOD LUCK BLAST


I don't think JS referees anything except maybe his kids. Read what you write before you post, dope.

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So it appears that Blast is playing the easiest tournament possible. I’ve never even heard of those teams! Jeez, and we thought the Sweary Balls were a joke.

I believe JS referees that to the CHARLIE BROWN TOURNAMENT...GOOD LUCK BLAST


I don't think JS referees anything except maybe his kids. Read what you write before you post, dope.


And get it straight; it is the Charlie Brown Invitational! And Blast will be the greatest pumpkins there! JS would be so proud! I guess Mule and O’Keefe have seen what we all have been seeing.

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Cheating, cheat, cheaters!!!!!!!

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Does Express get to be considered AA if they feature a 6th grader? Doesn't that make them a 2024 team?


Oreilly's team is a true 2025 group of kids that played well this weekend.


I feel bad for the kid, its the parents who allow this. Did they think they would sneak in and go unnoticed? The lax world might be crazy, but it's still a small community. Holdbacks are bad but at least within the horrible age rules as they stand. This matter of a 6th grade 2024 boy who plans to stay in that grade, born in 2006 and playing 2025 with the approval of Channy and the clearly abusive and sick parents is just taking cheating to another level.

If all the organizations formed teams based on WSYL dates, then so be it, but those are not the rules now and the Tournaments should prevent this.

I really do feel bad for the kid. He will have to carry this with him.



Please show me the rules that state it is ok for a boy born in 2006 but is in 5th grade to play?? Please produce that. and i will show you - us lacrosse age requirement that state any boy born after Aug.31st in 2006 pg 48 CAN play.
http://content.yudu.com/web/y5b2/0A1v7bf/2017YouthBoysRuleboo/html/index.html?page=48


While USL has put out rules for age-based play, they have not yet insisted that teams, tournaments, clubs use age-based play yet. At this point, most of youth lacrosse is still grade-based. USL is a very weak governing organization - they are trying to gradually push towards age-based play, but not very hard, or at least not nearly as hard as they could - their phased-in approach is way too slow and passive. They could very easily force the hand by taking a position that clubs, tournaments, etc that are not age-based are not in compliance with USL and therefore lose all rights/benefits, specifically insurance.

The kid in question does not make the Aug 31. CUT OFF!!!!!!

Please explain this to me.

How about this weekend.. you bring signs and point the kid out? Maybe go with a bell and chant "Shame Shame Shame"

If not, SHUT UP!

Until you call his parents & Shammy out.. no one is doing anything. You really think the kid woke up and said, "Mom & Dad, can I play with the kids that's aren't my friends in school so you feel good about yourself"


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Re: Boys 2025 - 5th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018
Anonymous #247924 10/25/17 08:49 AM
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i love how everyone talks about hold backs. Really. come on .. Been going on for years. makes a very small impact. There are plenty of kids that play up, and out paly the older boys. So enough with the excuses. Your kid either has it or he does not. learn to deal with it, stop complaining. and move on.

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i love how everyone talks about hold backs. Really. come on .. Been going on for years. makes a very small impact. There are plenty of kids that play up, and out paly the older boys. So enough with the excuses. Your kid either has it or he does not. learn to deal with it, stop complaining. and move on.


Good thing hockey, baseball, basketball, soccer, etc, etc, etc - pretty much EVERY OTHER major youth sport - all didn't take your recommendation to "deal with it, stop complaining. <SIC> and move on". Get the point?!

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Too bad the ducks aren't playing channy, just the geese, which means the ducks will most likely face one of them in the finals

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Hey, we all know it's not the kid! It's the parents!
I just hope that the kid isn't permanently damaged by the negligent and abusive parenting he must be subjected to.

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Looking for real feed back on the LI Outlaws Clinics. It is cheap compared to a lot of other clinics. Thoughts?

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"Looking for real feed back on the LI Outlaws Clinics. It is cheap compared to a lot of other clinics. Thoughts?"

My sons play for a different organizations, and no thoughts of moving, but the Outlaw clinics are generally decent and a good value.

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"Looking for real feed back on the LI Outlaws Clinics. It is cheap compared to a lot of other clinics. Thoughts?"

My sons play for a different organizations, and no thoughts of moving, but the Outlaw clinics are generally decent and a good value.

School ball is always a mix between the years... in all sports, so stop please...Know what you are talking about. Club sports do the same. and Soccer is the only sport that just recently changed. to ... it all balances in the end..

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The only ones that can stop it are the tournament organizers. USA lacrosse has not mandated a universal id card for players and as a result players play wherever their parents register them. If like soccer the kids that were playing lined up with their id cards in the center of the field and the referees checked them then it would eliminate the issue. This will not happen because its about getting as many teams to register for your tournament. Why as many teams because its a business. If a tournament put in the restriction of validated age per year born not graduation year many teams would be unable to play. Issue is if one tournament is asking for age verification there are 5 others on the same day that are not and as a result teams and whole programs will go to the tournaments not requiring the proof of age. Whats interesting is that USA lacrosse has something in place but are not willing to implement it. Most kids have USA lacrosse id numbers. So if a player is registered with US lacrosse they already have an id# and a means to create a system to monitor birth year play. Its that simple. If parents held US lacrosse accountable maybe they would not turn a blind eye to it. Most tournaments and events are US lacrosse backed with insurance so it would be simple to do.

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Does Express get to be considered AA if they feature a 6th grader? Doesn't that make them a 2024 team?


Oreilly's team is a true 2025 group of kids that played well this weekend.


I feel bad for the kid, its the parents who allow this. Did they think they would sneak in and go unnoticed? The lax world might be crazy, but it's still a small community. Holdbacks are bad but at least within the horrible age rules as they stand. This matter of a 6th grade 2024 boy who plans to stay in that grade, born in 2006 and playing 2025 with the approval of Channy and the clearly abusive and sick parents is just taking cheating to another level.

If all the organizations formed teams based on WSYL dates, then so be it, but those are not the rules now and the Tournaments should prevent this.

I really do feel bad for the kid. He will have to carry this with him.


Please Stop it 91 dad. Do you realize what you just said "hold backs are bad but at least within the horrible age rules as they stand" If the boy in question is within the horrible age rules(as you so put it) Aug,31st. Then who cares what Grade he is in??I know Its the parents that held back there kids that are making the biggest gripe.


Blast doesn't have any holdbacks. Theyre all on age 2025's and 1 2026 who won't be 10 until next year.


Now you know there are quite a few boys on blast born in 2006. Talking out of both sides of your mouth.

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The only ones that can stop it are the tournament organizers. USA lacrosse has not mandated a universal id card for players and as a result players play wherever their parents register them. If like soccer the kids that were playing lined up with their id cards in the center of the field and the referees checked them then it would eliminate the issue. This will not happen because its about getting as many teams to register for your tournament. Why as many teams because its a business. If a tournament put in the restriction of validated age per year born not graduation year many teams would be unable to play. Issue is if one tournament is asking for age verification there are 5 others on the same day that are not and as a result teams and whole programs will go to the tournaments not requiring the proof of age. Whats interesting is that USA lacrosse has something in place but are not willing to implement it. Most kids have USA lacrosse id numbers. So if a player is registered with US lacrosse they already have an id# and a means to create a system to monitor birth year play. Its that simple. If parents held US lacrosse accountable maybe they would not turn a blind eye to it. Most tournaments and events are US lacrosse backed with insurance so it would be simple to do.


From your lips to Gods ears.There are so many parents that feel the same way. Great post!

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