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Re: Boys 2026 (Mid-Atlantic Region) [Re: Anonymous] #286275
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There is nothing wrong with daddyball unless your kid is stuck behind the coaches son


It’s cute how you call it “daddy ball.” What if the coaches son is better than your kid?


It's a miracle, every coach happened to be born with an attackman that the ball needs to go through on offense


This doesn’t answer the question.

We get it, you’ve had bad experiences with coaches who played their son over yours. If it happens every time, maybe you are just unrealistic about your own son’s ability?

You know, there are plenty of parent coaches out there in all sports who have the ability to coach their team without being biased toward their own child, just as there are plenty who probably don’t have that ability. You can’t paint all parent coaches with a broad brush though, because each coach is unique in how they operate.

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Re: Boys 2026 (Mid-Atlantic Region) [Re: TheBackOfTheCage] #286318
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Aside from Fusion incident. Was Trilogy a good tournament? Was it worth it for this age group?

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Aside from Fusion incident. Was Trilogy a good tournament? Was it worth it for this age group?




B Level Tournament

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Aside from Fusion incident. Was Trilogy a good tournament? Was it worth it for this age group?




B Level Tournament


To expand on this a little, if you are used to elite level lacrosse this was probably a slight step down, but for those that played on grass, the fields were in good condition, it was relatively local and inexpensive, and there was some decent competition. There was a team from Denver there in the A division but FCA rolled them pretty easily.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Aside from Fusion incident. Was Trilogy a good tournament? Was it worth it for this age group?




B Level Tournament


To expand on this a little, if you are used to elite level lacrosse this was probably a slight step down, but for those that played on grass, the fields were in good condition, it was relatively local and inexpensive, and there was some decent competition. There was a team from Denver there in the A division but FCA rolled them pretty easily.


Thank you. So FCA being there at least represented some good local talent. Hopefully that will draw more of the local elites next year.

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Re: Boys 2026 (Mid-Atlantic Region) [Re: Anonymous] #286427
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Aside from Fusion incident. Was Trilogy a good tournament? Was it worth it for this age group?




B Level Tournament


To expand on this a little, if you are used to elite level lacrosse this was probably a slight step down, but for those that played on grass, the fields were in good condition, it was relatively local and inexpensive, and there was some decent competition. There was a team from Denver there in the A division but FCA rolled them pretty easily.


Thank you. So FCA being there at least represented some good local talent. Hopefully that will draw more of the local elites next year.


AYLC actually beat FCA in the finals of the A division, but FCA has beaten them earlier in the tournament

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Re: Boys 2026 (Mid-Atlantic Region) [Re: Anonymous] #286441
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Aside from Fusion incident. Was Trilogy a good tournament? Was it worth it for this age group?




B Level Tournament


To expand on this a little, if you are used to elite level lacrosse this was probably a slight step down, but for those that played on grass, the fields were in good condition, it was relatively local and inexpensive, and there was some decent competition. There was a team from Denver there in the A division but FCA rolled them pretty easily.


Thank you. So FCA being there at least represented some good local talent. Hopefully that will draw more of the local elites next year.


AYLC actually beat FCA in the finals of the A division, but FCA has beaten them earlier in the tournament


Wait for it.....

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Re: Boys 2026 (Mid-Atlantic Region) [Re: TheBackOfTheCage] #286448
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FCA certainly belongs down in AAA with AYLC and Next Level

Summer Exposure schedule looks brutal AYLC, Bethesda, Evolve, Looney's, Team 91 and VLC

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Re: Boys 2026 (Mid-Atlantic Region) [Re: Anonymous] #286462
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FCA certainly belongs down in AAA with AYLC and Next Level

Summer Exposure schedule looks brutal AYLC, Bethesda, Evolve, Looney's, Team 91 and VLC


LOL..Nice cast, see if you can get anyone to take the bait. From what I see, no one belongs in Elite except Hawks, who took a big steamer on every other team

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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FCA certainly belongs down in AAA with AYLC and Next Level

Summer Exposure schedule looks brutal AYLC, Bethesda, Evolve, Looney's, Team 91 and VLC


LOL..Nice cast, see if you can get anyone to take the bait. From what I see, no one belongs in Elite except Hawks, who took a big steamer on every other team


Hawks has kids who are 12-13 playing against 10/11 year olds. Average at best if those kids played heir correct age group

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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FCA certainly belongs down in AAA with AYLC and Next Level

Summer Exposure schedule looks brutal AYLC, Bethesda, Evolve, Looney's, Team 91 and VLC


LOL..Nice cast, see if you can get anyone to take the bait. From what I see, no one belongs in Elite except Hawks, who took a big steamer on every other team


Hawks has kids who are 12-13 playing against 10/11 year olds. Average at best if those kids played heir correct age group


FAKE NEWS!!!

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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FCA certainly belongs down in AAA with AYLC and Next Level

Summer Exposure schedule looks brutal AYLC, Bethesda, Evolve, Looney's, Team 91 and VLC


LOL..Nice cast, see if you can get anyone to take the bait. From what I see, no one belongs in Elite except Hawks, who took a big steamer on every other team


Hawks has kids who are 12-13 playing against 10/11 year olds. Average at best if those kids played heir correct age group


FAKE NEWS!!!


Originally Posted by Anonymous
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FCA certainly belongs down in AAA with AYLC and Next Level

Summer Exposure schedule looks brutal AYLC, Bethesda, Evolve, Looney's, Team 91 and VLC


LOL..Nice cast, see if you can get anyone to take the bait. From what I see, no one belongs in Elite except Hawks, who took a big steamer on every other team


Hawks has kids who are 12-13 playing against 10/11 year olds. Average at best if those kids played heir correct age group


Or they literally get the best players in AA county. What's funny is the Hawks have done what Baltimore County can't. If Looney's, 91,Crabs could pull their best kids on one team they would look exactly like the Hawks, but they can't. And when this season ends, guess what, Mike is going to hit the recruiting trail again, take the next crop of talent away from other teams and cut the one's he needs cut and therefore get bigger stronger faster. They have a formula others can't keep up with plain and simple.

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Or they literally get the best players in AA county. What's funny is the Hawks have done what Baltimore County can't. If Looney's, 91,Crabs could pull their best kids on one team they would look exactly like the Hawks, but they can't. And when this season ends, guess what, Mike is going to hit the recruiting trail again, take the next crop of talent away from other teams and cut the one's he needs cut and therefore get bigger stronger faster. They have a formula others can't keep up with plain and simple.


You are correct, that is exactly what he will do, because for Hawks it’s all about winning and nothing more, even at the so called age of 11 years old. It’s about picking apart other teams to grab their best players to bring to his team to win it all, and cutting the players that don’t fit his plan anymore. He does this because he doesn’t know how to develop a player. He takes the best and wings it with coaching, because why does he need to really coach, because he has the best of the best and will dump who he doesn't need. Welcome to the Hawks.

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Or they literally get the best players in AA county. What's funny is the Hawks have done what Baltimore County can't. If Looney's, 91,Crabs could pull their best kids on one team they would look exactly like the Hawks, but they can't. And when this season ends, guess what, Mike is going to hit the recruiting trail again, take the next crop of talent away from other teams and cut the one's he needs cut and therefore get bigger stronger faster. They have a formula others can't keep up with plain and simple.


You are correct, that is exactly what he will do, because for Hawks it’s all about winning and nothing more, even at the so called age of 11 years old. It’s about picking apart other teams to grab their best players to bring to his team to win it all, and cutting the players that don’t fit his plan anymore. He does this because he doesn’t know how to develop a player. He takes the best and wings it with coaching, because why does he need to really coach, because he has the best of the best and will dump who he doesn't need. Welcome to the Hawks.





Question for those in the real world - is this rec or club lacrosse? Second question for the real world - if you dont live up to your bosses expectation at work or dont work hard, what happens??? Third question for those in the real world - you have prospects both have the same grades and test scores but one is bigger stronger and faster, who grades out higher?


This is why their is Elite and AAA, AA, and A in Hoco - not everyone is on the same level but there is levels for everyone. Maybe some of you folks need to look in the mirror and ask, is this about me or is my kid really that good or not


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