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Re: Boys 2025-6th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019
Anonymous #288793 07/15/19 01:10 PM
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Except that the Geese beat the AA BBL Elite team 9-7 on 7/13/19 despite BBL playing three kids that were a full head taller than anyone else on the field, and who did 100% of the scoring for the team. BBL obviousky felt they could only compete with the pool if they added at least three non age appropriate kids, and they still lost the first game (although they did win the second - success!). But the fact remains: they lost to the Geese despite spiking their roster. Sad they felt they needed to do that. As for LI Express, there was at least one player who was older and one kid who was wearing a “North” jersey at the same tournament. I guess the lesson here is that there are adults who derive meaning in their own lives by being able to say “well, my son plays for _______ and they went [insert record].” And, It’s actually a good life lesson for the kids as well: winning matters most above all, so meet your new teammate, Johnny. I’m sure young Jeffrey Epstein and little Bernie Madoff had parents who were T Shirt chasers, too.


Stop spreading lies and your thinking that bigger/better always mean older. When you see those same kids in next summer's WSYL, what other excuses are you going to come up with. This is not Maryland where holdbacks are a standard. So just relax with the tall tales about teams you know nothing about and just enjoy your kid play. Parents like you must be so much fun to be around in.

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Re: Boys 2025-6th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019
TM@BOTC #288795 07/15/19 01:35 PM
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genetics-- figure it out. if you were a 5'6" attackman from LI in 1990s, your kid will be a head smaller than many players on good teams...

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Anonymous #288798 07/15/19 01:50 PM
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The team was a late addition to the tournament. Before knowing that we were going to go to PT most families took the opportunity to do something other than be on a lacrosse field . Those that were not there didn’t want to change their plans. No biggie, congrats to the team that won it all.


There still would have been enough LI players to compete without North kids coming down. But why use the bench that pays to be part of the team?

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[quote=Anonymous]The team was a late addition to the tournament. Before knowing that we were going to go to PT most families took the opportunity to do something other than be on a lacrosse field . Those that were not there didn’t want to change their plans. No biggie, congrats to the team that won it all.


There still would have been enough LI players to compete without North kids coming down. But why use the bench that pays to be part of the team?[/quote

Be a practice player and when your son gets his chance for extra minutes, that you promised will come with hard work, and time is taken by guests players. c’mon folks, lax intervention

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TM@BOTC #288828 07/15/19 04:39 PM
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I’m flattered that you are so knowledgeable of CoachC’s team. Thank you, you’re a fantastic head counter

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Re: Boys 2025-6th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019
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I’m flattered that you are so knowledgeable of CoachC’s team. Thank you, you’re a fantastic head counter

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Anonymous #288833 07/15/19 06:04 PM
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I’m flattered that you are so knowledgeable of CoachC’s team. Thank you, you’re a fantastic head counter


Nope....sounds about right to me. CoachC’s strategy is well-known. Especially to his 2nd and 3rd line players (and 4th line). It is how he wins. Fine and good. Totally his prerogative. Just please don’t come on here acting like this isn’t the case.

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I’m flattered that you are so knowledgeable of CoachC’s team. Thank you, you’re a fantastic head counter


Da' Nile is just not a river.

Re: Boys 2025-6th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019
TM@BOTC #288841 07/15/19 08:38 PM
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I thought igloo was an A team. Why were they in the B bracket at Hershey?

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TM@BOTC #288844 07/15/19 09:31 PM
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What coaching change?

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Anonymous #288852 07/16/19 07:10 AM
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There is a b team at each graduation year, probably them or maybe 2026 A playing up. Igloo Northface (2025 A) has finished their tournaments for the year. Not playing in Hershey.

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Anonymous #288858 07/16/19 09:28 AM
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None of the 2025 Igloo team was playing at Hershey this past weekend. And the 2026 Igloo team was playing at the 2026 level.

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massive numbers at express tonight

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He will take 40 kids on team. 23 kids get to watch.

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Except that the Geese beat the AA BBL Elite team 9-7 on 7/13/19 despite BBL playing three kids that were a full head taller than anyone else on the field, and who did 100% of the scoring for the team. BBL obviousky felt they could only compete with the pool if they added at least three non age appropriate kids, and they still lost the first game (although they did win the second - success!). But the fact remains: they lost to the Geese despite spiking their roster. Sad they felt they needed to do that. As for LI Express, there was at least one player who was older and one kid who was wearing a “North” jersey at the same tournament. I guess the lesson here is that there are adults who derive meaning in their own lives by being able to say “well, my son plays for _______ and they went [insert record].” And, It’s actually a good life lesson for the kids as well: winning matters most above all, so meet your new teammate, Johnny. I’m sure young Jeffrey Epstein and little Bernie Madoff had parents who were T Shirt chasers, too.



Geese next big win will be their first since the coaching change.


What was the coaching change for Legacy Geese?

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