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Re: Girls High School [Re: TommyM] #287890
06/30/19 07:24 PM
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Baltimore Girls win both Command and Highlight 'ships today.

Not surprised by the crickets!!

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Re: Girls High School [Re: Anonymous] #287898
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[quote=Anonymous]Game 1 folks... lets see how they do the rest of the way.. was at the game & Conny was very good. one player (2023) was very very good. Baltimore team is talented....but need to come together. first games do not matter. all are out of pool play. the fun starts tomorrow.

My next prediction as the wizard is they’ll go 1-3 in pool play picking up there lonely win against Southwest and won’t even make the playoffs.


Hey Wizard... you need to stick to your day job Baltimore Command wins UA underclass tournament!

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Re: Girls High School [Re: Anonymous] #287987
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Baltimore Girls win both Command and Highlight 'ships today.

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I'll chirp.. I was there with the LI team.. I didn't think we would beat the CONNY team and thought we had a better chance against Baltimore.. Turns out we didnt. Congrats to the Balt girls they proved their mettle by beating CONNY when it mattered, and a more rested LI team for the title.

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Re: Girls High School [Re: Anonymous] #288012
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Baltimore Girls win both Command and Highlight 'ships today.

Not surprised by the crickets!!



I'll chirp.. I was there with the LI team.. I didn't think we would beat the CONNY team and thought we had a better chance against Baltimore.. Turns out we didnt. Congrats to the Balt girls they proved their mettle by beating CONNY when it mattered, and a more rested LI team for the title.


CONNY command team definitely had the best player. Had Baltimore not played CONNY on Thursday CONNY would have won yesterday. Mary G and Mac are too good of coaches to let one player beat them twice. They had a plan and while she still played a great game it wasn't enough.

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Re: Girls High School [Re: Anonymous] #288022
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Wow LI parent ..... it's nice to see a congratulatory and kind comment on this board. From a Baltimore parent ... Thank You. All the girls played their hearts out.

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Re: Girls High School [Re: Anonymous] #288028
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There is no stronger league than the IAAM A. It’s likely “Sour grapes “ is from a lesser league


It’s not really sour grapes.
Nothing lacrosse related in this mid atlantic region will ever be decided based solely on merit. When you have evaluators who have their own kids/club players/high school players on the field, you will never get a a fair outcome. Everyone knows it, everyone complains about it, everyone comes on here and cries about it, and then a week later everyone stops whining and moves on to the next unfair tryout, where the cycle starts all over again. The same dad/coach/evaluator(s) will be at every event So if you are really that upset about it, get off the merry-go-round.

Daddy/Coach evaluators is what it is...it's not going to change unless you get a director at Corrigan Sports that gets independent evaluators for this process.


CSE first needs to stop underclass coaches from selecting and coaching their own kid at the event. Daddyball at the actual event is even worse than the club/high school coaches who might show some bias toward their own players.

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Re: Girls High School [Re: Anonymous] #288038
07/01/19 10:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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There is no stronger league than the IAAM A. It’s likely “Sour grapes “ is from a lesser league


It’s not really sour grapes.
Nothing lacrosse related in this mid atlantic region will ever be decided based solely on merit. When you have evaluators who have their own kids/club players/high school players on the field, you will never get a a fair outcome. Everyone knows it, everyone complains about it, everyone comes on here and cries about it, and then a week later everyone stops whining and moves on to the next unfair tryout, where the cycle starts all over again. The same dad/coach/evaluator(s) will be at every event So if you are really that upset about it, get off the merry-go-round.

Daddy/Coach evaluators is what it is...it's not going to change unless you get a director at Corrigan Sports that gets independent evaluators for this process.


CSE first needs to stop underclass coaches from selecting and coaching their own kid at the event. Daddyball at the actual event is even worse than the club/high school coaches who might show some bias toward their own players.


In Baltimore coaches aren’t allowed to coach the age that their child try’s it for. What are you referring to?

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Re: Girls High School [Re: Anonymous] #288109
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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There is no stronger league than the IAAM A. It’s likely “Sour grapes “ is from a lesser league


It’s not really sour grapes.
Nothing lacrosse related in this mid atlantic region will ever be decided based solely on merit. When you have evaluators who have their own kids/club players/high school players on the field, you will never get a a fair outcome. Everyone knows it, everyone complains about it, everyone comes on here and cries about it, and then a week later everyone stops whining and moves on to the next unfair tryout, where the cycle starts all over again. The same dad/coach/evaluator(s) will be at every event So if you are really that upset about it, get off the merry-go-round.

Daddy/Coach evaluators is what it is...it's not going to change unless you get a director at Corrigan Sports that gets independent evaluators for this process.


CSE first needs to stop underclass coaches from selecting and coaching their own kid at the event. Daddyball at the actual event is even worse than the club/high school coaches who might show some bias toward their own players.


In Baltimore coaches aren’t allowed to coach the age that their child try’s it for. What are you referring to?


My daughter's team (another region, not Baltimore) had a dad coach who handled the offense and tried to run things mainly through his daughter, and unfortunately for the team she's not good enough to do that at UA level. Stronger players were played out of position, subbed out more often, and micromanaged to run plays geared toward getting his kid points. It hurt the team, although the best players still ended up being the top performers because that's what good players do. She wasn't good enough to be on the team, let alone be a key offensive player. Hopefully someone in the region will step up and prevent a repeat next year.

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