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Re: Boys 2023 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: Anonymous] #291882
08/27/19 11:41 AM
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[quote=Anonymous]So how many Maryland 2023 teams is Rock fielding? Crabs mysterious. Looneys plummeted. FCA Blue improved, White went backwards. Who else?
Probably 2 teams at Rock..They picked up some good players locally as well from PA..A bunch of good Goalies and attack. Team 91 tryouts a joke...Total money grab....Koopers looking to make a resurgence at 2023 as well....Crabs had player tryout all summer...Their team is set without any tryouts.....High school a different ballgame...Most of the local teams really never play each other anymore in 9th grade....They all do their own tournament schedule with little play between each other..

Looneys and FCA not a factor for anyone not attending CHC or Loyola.... They are kind of limiting themselves to only their High School players....Good for the short term but horrible for the long term...Hence this why you are seeing an uptick with other clubs..A lot of good players out there going to others schools besides CHC and Loyola

what about Gilman McD MSJ Towson JC Dulany Hereford Carroll County, PA or Harford County kids that play for those clubs. There are Loyola kids on FCA and CHC on Looneys

Please...There is CH and there is the rest.


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CH three straight Championships and less than 4 loses in 3 years to other MIAA teams. No other team close, This year expect the same. CH at the Top !

CH...does that stand for the school or the 20yr old?



Calvert Hall operates with the same rules as St. Frances does for Football.... No rules.... Tons of cash from families with ego's and deep pockets........Makes for a lot of asterisks on championship wins.... Calvert Hall like St.Frances no longer cares about their school and community........They care about championships...How about all of those local kids that will never see the football or lacrosse fields because older kids and kids from out of the State take those positions.... Revel in your championships... Congrats..... Everyone knows its BS


Funny how Calvert Hall screamed unfairness when they hit the papers last year about Football and how they refused to play St. Frances in the regular season. Funny how CHC lacrosse operates with the same way St. Frances runs their football program.....


I didn’t know the Family ran two schools and a club.

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Re: Boys 2023 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: TheBackOfTheCage] #291904
08/27/19 08:38 PM
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CH and StF do have many things in common. They both have coaches that care deeply about their players. They both have coaches that are grounded in God and moral purpose. They both have coaches that serve their community. They both have coaches that put their teams before themselves. They both have coaches that help young athletes have opportunities that many can only dream of. They both have coaches that are a blessing to Baltimore.

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CH and StF do have many things in common. They both have coaches that care deeply about their players. They both have coaches that are grounded in God and moral purpose. They both have coaches that serve their community. They both have coaches that put their teams before themselves. They both have coaches that help young athletes have opportunities that many can only dream of. They both have coaches that are a blessing to Baltimore.
They both have tons of money and put players from out of State before kids from their own communities... They both will do anything to win...No matter what it takes...Bring on older players from out of town who can’t make the grades...As long as lax and football are first....Well we don’t care because we just want championships.... spare me...

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Re: Boys 2023 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: Anonymous] #292006
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CH and StF do have many things in common. They both have coaches that care deeply about their players. They both have coaches that are grounded in God and moral purpose. They both have coaches that serve their community. They both have coaches that put their teams before themselves. They both have coaches that help young athletes have opportunities that many can only dream of. They both have coaches that are a blessing to Baltimore.
They both have tons of money and put players from out of State before kids from their own communities... They both will do anything to win...No matter what it takes...Bring on older players from out of town who can’t make the grades...As long as lax and football are first....Well we don’t care because we just want championships.... spare me...


And CH super-booster Kellys are on the front page of the Sun for embezzling money from the neediest hospital in the city. Sad.

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Re: Boys 2023 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: Anonymous] #292007
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was roughriders able to form a 2023 team?

No, and not for years, but I suspect you already knew that

Even Booker Corrigan couldn't save them


What did he try to do?


Any truth to the rumor that Rock was offering 1/2 price club fees to 2023 kids to prevent them from going to rivals?

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was roughriders able to form a 2023 team?

No, and not for years, but I suspect you already knew that

Even Booker Corrigan couldn't save them


What did he try to do?


Any truth to the rumor that Rock was offering 1/2 price club fees to 2023 kids to prevent them from going to rivals?


What do you think?

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Re: Boys 2023 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: TheBackOfTheCage] #292038
09/01/19 06:49 PM
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was roughriders able to form a 2023 team?

No, and not for years, but I suspect you already knew that

Even Booker Corrigan couldn't save them


What did he try to do?


Any truth to the rumor that Rock was offering 1/2 price club fees to 2023 kids to prevent them from going to rivals?


What do you think?

Booker was assigned to be the 2023 Coach for RR. His name couldn't even get the team going.

1/2 price for Rock: I know one kid on 2023 that is definitely on "scholarship" with Rock. He and a few others left another club together to go to Rock, but I don't know if the others or the whole team got that pricepoint. I would not be surprised though.

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1/2 price for Rock: I know one kid on 2023 that is definitely on "scholarship" with Rock. He and a few others left another club together to go to Rock, but I don't know if the others or the whole team got that pricepoint. I would not be surprised though.


At least in past years, Rock has been pretty pricey. Even at 1/2 price it still might be more expensive than a lot of other clubs around.

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Re: Boys 2023 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: TheBackOfTheCage] #292146
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Watch out club directors. True Atlantic holding tryouts. No players are safe from poaching. CS involved.

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Re: Boys 2023 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: Anonymous] #292156
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Watch out club directors. True Atlantic holding tryouts. No players are safe from poaching. CS involved.


My understanding is that True Atlantic (like the other True National teams) is designed as an 'add on' to a player's current club.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Watch out club directors. True Atlantic holding tryouts. No players are safe from poaching. CS involved.


My understanding is that True Atlantic (like the other True National teams) is designed as an 'add on' to a player's current club.


Anyone know how much this add-on team costs?

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Re: Boys 2023 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: TheBackOfTheCage] #292205
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Watch out club directors. True Atlantic holding tryouts. No players are safe from poaching. CS involved.


My understanding is that True Atlantic (like the other True National teams) is designed as an 'add on' to a player's current club.

Some kids from Looney's, Hawks and FCA playing here as a 2nd team, for others this is their only team.

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Watch out club directors. True Atlantic holding tryouts. No players are safe from poaching. CS involved.


My understanding is that True Atlantic (like the other True National teams) is designed as an 'add on' to a player's current club.


Anyone know how much this add-on team costs?


Don’t worry about it. The families that need to know, know.

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09/06/19 07:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Watch out club directors. True Atlantic holding tryouts. No players are safe from poaching. CS involved.


My understanding is that True Atlantic (like the other True National teams) is designed as an 'add on' to a player's current club.


Anyone know how much this add-on team costs?


Don’t worry about it. The families that need to know, know.


OK. Thanks for nothing. There's a tryout advertised this weekend. Cost is an issue for some. But if your attitude is indicative of the team then hard pass

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09/06/19 09:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Watch out club directors. True Atlantic holding tryouts. No players are safe from poaching. CS involved.


My understanding is that True Atlantic (like the other True National teams) is designed as an 'add on' to a player's current club.

Some kids from Looney's, Hawks and FCA playing here as a 2nd team, for others this is their only team.


If this is their only team, they will not be playing too often. The Atlantic team played in 2 tournaments this year, both being small format national team tournaments, and the Hawks coach will never let the team become a full fledged club team, too many Hawks on the roster. That being said, it is a very good team, but its not that hard to be good when you are aggregating that level of talent. The trend seems to be that tournaments are going to be either biased towards club teams or national teams. For the 2023 level, just look at Naptown vs. Crabfeast, much more of a national team presence at Naptown. Frankly, if I were a club director, unless I have an extremely talented team at a certain age level (2023 Hawks or 91 Crush for example), I'm not sure that I would waste my time playing against the national teams at tournaments like Naptown. I know that it is good for development to play against better talent, but no kid wants to get blown out by a group of national programs all weekend. This is not meant to bash the national team model, my son has played for one, but it is not a great option if it is going to be your only team. As we all know, the most important aspect of lacrosse is quality practice time, other than a last minute pre-tournament practices, you are not getting that at the national level. Your coach could be the best D1 coach out there, but what are you really getting out of 1 or 2 practices.

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