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Re: Boys 2022-10th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291098
08/13/19 11:43 AM
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Hard to imagine that the kid would make the decision to sacrifice playing so that he can practice with a AA team. Just doesn;t sound like something that would come out of a 15 year old......a 30+ father yes, 15 no.

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Re: Boys 2022-10th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291104
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Agreed about practices. However, the kid has to play...for game situation experience, exposure if they want to get recruited, and most importantly for the fun of it and confidence factors. Nevermind getting your moneys worth travelling to Maryland and actually watching them play!!!



The kid can get great practices on the travel club, and then start on their high school team and go to showcases with their high school team. The high school coach will promote the kid more than the club.


Vast majority of players get recruited from club not high school teams. Unless you kid is playing in the top 15 high schools in the nation, club is their best opportunity.


Not true. I've seen our varsity coach help a lot of kids in our school district get into top D1 and D3 schools. We're not top 15 in the country.

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Re: Boys 2022-10th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291108
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Agreed about practices. However, the kid has to play...for game situation experience, exposure if they want to get recruited, and most importantly for the fun of it and confidence factors. Nevermind getting your moneys worth travelling to Maryland and actually watching them play!!!



The kid can get great practices on the travel club, and then start on their high school team and go to showcases with their high school team. The high school coach will promote the kid more than the club.


Vast majority of players get recruited from club not high school teams. Unless you kid is playing in the top 15 high schools in the nation, club is their best opportunity.

Absolutely correct

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Re: Boys 2022-10th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291124
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Agreed about practices. However, the kid has to play...for game situation experience, exposure if they want to get recruited, and most importantly for the fun of it and confidence factors. Nevermind getting your moneys worth travelling to Maryland and actually watching them play!!!



The kid can get great practices on the travel club, and then start on their high school team and go to showcases with their high school team. The high school coach will promote the kid more than the club.


Vast majority of players get recruited from club not high school teams. Unless you kid is playing in the top 15 high schools in the nation, club is their best opportunity.

Absolutely correct


Well, glad my kid played for a top 15, because you guys at club are pathetic.

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Re: Boys 2022-10th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291137
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Agreed about practices. However, the kid has to play...for game situation experience, exposure if they want to get recruited, and most importantly for the fun of it and confidence factors. Nevermind getting your moneys worth travelling to Maryland and actually watching them play!!!



The kid can get great practices on the travel club, and then start on their high school team and go to showcases with their high school team. The high school coach will promote the kid more than the club.


Vast majority of players get recruited from club not high school teams. Unless you kid is playing in the top 15 high schools in the nation, club is their best opportunity.

Absolutely correct


Well, glad my kid played for a top 15, because you guys at club are pathetic.


Why so?

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Re: Boys 2022-10th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291149
08/13/19 08:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Agreed about practices. However, the kid has to play...for game situation experience, exposure if they want to get recruited, and most importantly for the fun of it and confidence factors. Nevermind getting your moneys worth travelling to Maryland and actually watching them play!!!



The kid can get great practices on the travel club, and then start on their high school team and go to showcases with their high school team. The high school coach will promote the kid more than the club.


Vast majority of players get recruited from club not high school teams. Unless you kid is playing in the top 15 high schools in the nation, club is their best opportunity.

Absolutely correct


Well, glad my kid played for a top 15, because you guys at club are pathetic.


Why so?


If by reading all this negative garbage you can’t see the problem, you’re probably a big part of it.

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Re: Boys 2022-10th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291171
08/14/19 09:00 AM
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Agreed. Pathetic that of the three things listed, recruiting was what was talked about and nothing about the fun and confidence building of the kid. Confidence carries across all aspects of life. Where they played....after they graduated college....eh. pathetic.

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Re: Boys 2022-10th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291292
08/15/19 10:55 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Agreed. Pathetic that of the three things listed, recruiting was what was talked about and nothing about the fun and confidence building of the kid. Confidence carries across all aspects of life. Where they played....after they graduated college....eh. pathetic.


Yes.....we should ban the talk about any recruiting of any kind, by anyone on a lacrosse forum thread dedicated to the most important recruiting year of a lacrosse players career. OK got it.

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