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Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: TM@BOTC] #254447
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Anyone born after 9/1/2004 can play. It does not matter what grade they are in, or even if they go to school. Its like any other age based sport. Other than this, the other qualifications are tied to residence (must reside within a certain distance of club's home field) and participation (must play in a minimum amount of tournaments).

In NY, anyone born from 9/1/2004 to 11/30/2004 would normally be in 8th grade at present, although some of these kids will be in 7th grade because they were not promptly enrolled in K when younger.

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Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #254477
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Outlaws Will surprise everyone thus April - we have practice set up all winter and will come out of the gate in force, see you all in April


"eye roll"

Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #254480
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anyone born after 9/1/2004 can play. It does not matter what grade they are in, or even if they go to school. Its like any other age based sport. Other than this, the other qualifications are tied to residence (must reside within a certain distance of club's home field) and participation (must play in a minimum amount of tournaments).

In NY, anyone born from 9/1/2004 to 11/30/2004 would normally be in 8th grade at present, although some of these kids will be in 7th grade because they were not promptly enrolled in K when younger.


Listen, if you look at the teams who have won it so far (Crush, Legacy, Express), only one was a grade based team. And even that team had holdbacks; however, the holdbacks fit within the age restrictions making their presence completely legitimate. Legacy made an entirely new team based on age to compete 2 years ago, and their plan worked perfectly. They took the best kids from the organization that met the age criteria and won it. Express used a similar tactic last year. More teams are going to do it this year. That’s not cheating. Cheating would be doctoring birth certificates or trying to sneak a non-certified player onto the field.

Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #254485
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anyone born after 9/1/2004 can play. It does not matter what grade they are in, or even if they go to school. Its like any other age based sport. Other than this, the other qualifications are tied to residence (must reside within a certain distance of club's home field) and participation (must play in a minimum amount of tournaments).

In NY, anyone born from 9/1/2004 to 11/30/2004 would normally be in 8th grade at present, although some of these kids will be in 7th grade because they were not promptly enrolled in K when younger.


Listen, if you look at the teams who have won it so far (Crush, Legacy, Express), only one was a grade based team. And even that team had holdbacks; however, the holdbacks fit within the age restrictions making their presence completely legitimate. Legacy made an entirely new team based on age to compete 2 years ago, and their plan worked perfectly. They took the best kids from the organization that met the age criteria and won it. Express used a similar tactic last year. More teams are going to do it this year. That’s not cheating. Cheating would be doctoring birth certificates or trying to sneak a non-certified player onto the field.


Just make the whole darn sport age-based like EVERY other major sport and the whole argument goes away!

Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #254511
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anyone born after 9/1/2004 can play. It does not matter what grade they are in, or even if they go to school. Its like any other age based sport. Other than this, the other qualifications are tied to residence (must reside within a certain distance of club's home field) and participation (must play in a minimum amount of tournaments).

In NY, anyone born from 9/1/2004 to 11/30/2004 would normally be in 8th grade at present, although some of these kids will be in 7th grade because they were not promptly enrolled in K when younger.


Listen, if you look at the teams who have won it so far (Crush, Legacy, Express), only one was a grade based team. And even that team had holdbacks; however, the holdbacks fit within the age restrictions making their presence completely legitimate. Legacy made an entirely new team based on age to compete 2 years ago, and their plan worked perfectly. They took the best kids from the organization that met the age criteria and won it. Express used a similar tactic last year. More teams are going to do it this year. That’s not cheating. Cheating would be doctoring birth certificates or trying to sneak a non-certified player onto the field.


Just make the whole darn sport age-based like EVERY other major sport and the whole argument goes away!


Someone need s tissue? Or a tampon?

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Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #254516
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anyone born after 9/1/2004 can play. It does not matter what grade they are in, or even if they go to school. Its like any other age based sport. Other than this, the other qualifications are tied to residence (must reside within a certain distance of club's home field) and participation (must play in a minimum amount of tournaments).

In NY, anyone born from 9/1/2004 to 11/30/2004 would normally be in 8th grade at present, although some of these kids will be in 7th grade because they were not promptly enrolled in K when younger.


Listen, if you look at the teams who have won it so far (Crush, Legacy, Express), only one was a grade based team. And even that team had holdbacks; however, the holdbacks fit within the age restrictions making their presence completely legitimate. Legacy made an entirely new team based on age to compete 2 years ago, and their plan worked perfectly. They took the best kids from the organization that met the age criteria and won it. Express used a similar tactic last year. More teams are going to do it this year. That’s not cheating. Cheating would be doctoring birth certificates or trying to sneak a non-certified player onto the field.


Just make the whole darn sport age-based like EVERY other major sport and the whole argument goes away!


Someone need s tissue? Or a tampon?


Yeah, because every other sport is full of people doing it wrong . . . think about your actual argument a little before you make lame attempts at trying be snarky . . .

Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #254528
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Listen, if you look at the teams who have won it so far (Crush, Legacy, Express), only one was a grade based team. And even that team had holdbacks; however, the holdbacks fit within the age restrictions making their presence completely legitimate. Legacy made an entirely new team based on age to compete 2 years ago, and their plan worked perfectly. They took the best kids from the organization that met the age criteria and won it. Express used a similar tactic last year. More teams are going to do it this year. That’s not cheating. Cheating would be doctoring birth certificates or trying to sneak a non-certified player onto the field.


Just make the whole darn sport age-based like EVERY other major sport and the whole argument goes away!


Someone need s tissue? Or a tampon?


Yeah, because every other sport is full of people doing it wrong . . . think about your actual argument a little before you make lame attempts at trying be snarky . . .[/quote]

Sounds like it’s a heavy flow day. Clean yourself, grab a glass of wine and settle down. That argument has been beaten to death and no one want to hear it again.

Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #254533
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Outlaws Will surprise everyone thus April - we have practice set up all winter and will come out of the gate in force, see you all in April


"eye roll"

You should an optometrist for that eye roll thing you got going on

Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: TM@BOTC] #254534
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It's time for PAL forum!! Who's the best team this yr in Nassau,/Suffolk at this grade level

Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #254535
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
It's time for PAL forum!! Who's the best team this yr in Nassau,/Suffolk at this grade level

PAL ? I thought that was over in the 6th grade.

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Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #254545
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
It's time for PAL forum!! Who's the best team this yr in Nassau,/Suffolk at this grade level

Are you for real?? Go change your diaper.

Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #254550
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
It's time for PAL forum!! Who's the best team this yr in Nassau,/Suffolk at this grade level


Your son still plays PAL at this age???

Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: Anonymous] #254556
01/13/18 10:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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It's time for PAL forum!! Who's the best team this yr in Nassau,/Suffolk at this grade level

PAL ? I thought that was over in the 6th grade.


PAL offers it through 8th grade - a lot if towns don't field teams because of school and club commitments, but if enough kids want more time, their town will do it. It essentially becomes a game-only obligation - no kid wants to practice with their PAL team after their school practices. And if it's all school kids, then they already are practicing together at school. My older son's team for 7th and 8th grade had 1/3 private school kids - they still didn't practice, but almost every one if them plays club and they've all been playing PAL together for years. Regardless, it's much more recreational at 7th and 8th grade.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Listen, if you look at the teams who have won it so far (Crush, Legacy, Express), only one was a grade based team. And even that team had holdbacks; however, the holdbacks fit within the age restrictions making their presence completely legitimate. Legacy made an entirely new team based on age to compete 2 years ago, and their plan worked perfectly. They took the best kids from the organization that met the age criteria and won it. Express used a similar tactic last year. More teams are going to do it this year. That’s not cheating. Cheating would be doctoring birth certificates or trying to sneak a non-certified player onto the field.


Just make the whole darn sport age-based like EVERY other major sport and the whole argument goes away!


Someone need s tissue? Or a tampon?


Yeah, because every other sport is full of people doing it wrong . . . think about your actual argument a little before you make lame attempts at trying be snarky . . .


Sounds like it’s a heavy flow day. Clean yourself, grab a glass of wine and settle down. That argument has been beaten to death and no one want to hear it again.[/quote]

I guess you can consider that it's been "beaten to death" by nature of the sheer volume of non-arguments made against the idea. Otherwise, you realize that it's pretty much been the online forum equivalent of sticking your fingers in your ears and incessantly going, "nah nah nah nah..."!

Re: Boys 2023 - 7th Grade Fall 2017/Summer 2018 [Re: TM@BOTC] #254564
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Why are the Bandits playing in the B bracket this weekend?

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