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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: TM@BOTC] #291384
08/16/19 10:23 AM
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This is a Northeast forum. We can all agree that MD and/or CO or any other state west of Buffalo and south of Philly would not classify as such. But last time I checked, Massachusetts was in the Northeast...so tough garbage. You'll continue to get the LXC chat here...and yes, they were the National Champions and therefore ended the year at #1. 160 kids at 2026 tryouts so the rich only get richer. You'll find out next summer...


Didn't lxc lose in the semis at NLF in June & never got to play our #1 Hawks in the final? Hawks are 42-0 and we won the NLF tournament we where both at. lxc lost to Eclipse this summer and probably other teams haha.lxc would be lucky to be ranked #4 with all there loses & you tommyknockers stunards wouldnt make top 20.


The reason your "#1 hawks" weren't at the NLF championship is because the your hometown Crabs exposed the hawks and all of your holdbacks. Fact



You sure you got the right year their chief. Crabs wouldn't have come near NLF. They didn't win a game in their own division in Maryland this year from what the parents said.


It is not age specific. It was posted here because the discussion was brought up about the hawks not being at the NLF championship. It was across the board for all age groups though. Any original 6 team can move to have another team not participate. This was the case for this situation.



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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291385
08/16/19 10:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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This is a Northeast forum. We can all agree that MD and/or CO or any other state west of Buffalo and south of Philly would not classify as such. But last time I checked, Massachusetts was in the Northeast...so tough garbage. You'll continue to get the LXC chat here...and yes, they were the National Champions and therefore ended the year at #1. 160 kids at 2026 tryouts so the rich only get richer. You'll find out next summer...


Didn't lxc lose in the semis at NLF in June & never got to play our #1 Hawks in the final? Hawks are 42-0 and we won the NLF tournament we where both at. lxc lost to Eclipse this summer and probably other teams haha.lxc would be lucky to be ranked #4 with all there loses & you tommyknockers stunards wouldnt make top 20.


The reason your "#1 hawks" weren't at the NLF championship is because the your hometown Crabs exposed the hawks and all of your holdbacks. Fact



You sure you got the right year their chief. Crabs wouldn't have come near NLF. They didn't win a game in their own division in Maryland this year from what the parents said.


It is not age specific. It was posted here because the discussion was brought up about the hawks not being at the NLF championship. It was across the board for all age groups though. Any original 6 team can move to have another team not participate. This was the case for this situation.



Incorrect! Hawks were never scheduled to play in the NLF Championships at 2026. If we arent age approriate then why did we get invited to play in NLF Summer in LI and NLF in Philly

You are clueless about the 2026 Hawks

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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291402
08/16/19 12:26 PM
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FLG does have a 2026 team - only took several 2027 from last year

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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291422
08/16/19 03:54 PM
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This is a Northeast forum. We can all agree that MD and/or CO or any other state west of Buffalo and south of Philly would not classify as such. But last time I checked, Massachusetts was in the Northeast...so tough garbage. You'll continue to get the LXC chat here...and yes, they were the National Champions and therefore ended the year at #1. 160 kids at 2026 tryouts so the rich only get richer. You'll find out next summer...


Didn't lxc lose in the semis at NLF in June & never got to play our #1 Hawks in the final? Hawks are 42-0 and we won the NLF tournament we where both at. lxc lost to Eclipse this summer and probably other teams haha.lxc would be lucky to be ranked #4 with all there loses & you tommyknockers stunards wouldnt make top 20.


The reason your "#1 hawks" weren't at the NLF championship is because the your hometown Crabs exposed the hawks and all of your holdbacks. Fact



You sure you got the right year their chief. Crabs wouldn't have come near NLF. They didn't win a game in their own division in Maryland this year from what the parents said.


It is not age specific. It was posted here because the discussion was brought up about the hawks not being at the NLF championship. It was across the board for all age groups though. Any original 6 team can move to have another team not participate. This was the case for this situation.



Incorrect! Hawks were never scheduled to play in the NLF Championships at 2026. If we arent age approriate then why did we get invited to play in NLF Summer in LI and NLF in Philly

You are clueless about the 2026 Hawks


I am not trying to create an argument. This was done MONTHS before the NLF Championship. I don’t know nor do I care about the Hawks schedule, age or roster. What matters is that the kids get got training and have fun while doing so. I know for a fact that the Hawks were not at the NLF Championship ecause of the above stated reason though.

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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291441
08/16/19 07:33 PM
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The hawks were not there because it was in august. Coaches wanted a break to spend time with family. The tournament schedule for hawks comes out in Sept and did not include the championship in mass. If it had, they would have gone.

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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: TM@BOTC] #291446
08/16/19 09:55 PM
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Screw them hawks....let’s talk about how True is going to run the table...best team in MD

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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291469
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The hawks were not there because it was in august. Coaches wanted a break to spend time with family. The tournament schedule for hawks comes out in Sept and did not include the championship in mass. If it had, they would have gone.


Seems to me that the older hawks got called out and the only thing you have to say about it is oh no my son got called out for being older. Wait, he had his schedule way in advance. No way could my older sons team be denied because of age discrepancies. FYI- the date of the NLF championship wasn’t out last September. That’s why it wasn’t included in your older sons itinerary. Poor guy. Don’t be depressed. The crabs denied the Hawks. Deal with it.

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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: TM@BOTC] #291499
08/18/19 02:08 PM
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Here is a fact, the Crabs did not deny the 2026 Hawks or any Hawks team from playing in any tournament associated with the National Lacrosse Federation.
The Crabs organization will not prevent any team from participating in a NLF tournament. Whoever states this is mis-informed and does not have direct knowledge of how the team selection and tournament format works with the National Lacrosse Federation. An invitation was presented to the director of the Hawks organization, and they respectfully declined the invitation as they complete their season with the Naptown Challenge. No Hawks team played after that tournament.

No matter what level of competition, we have always encouraged the best teams to participate.

- Crabs Coach
Different age group than this one

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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291520
08/18/19 08:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Here is a fact, the Crabs did not deny the 2026 Hawks or any Hawks team from playing in any tournament associated with the National Lacrosse Federation.
The Crabs organization will not prevent any team from participating in a NLF tournament. Whoever states this is mis-informed and does not have direct knowledge of how the team selection and tournament format works with the National Lacrosse Federation. An invitation was presented to the director of the Hawks organization, and they respectfully declined the invitation as they complete their season with the Naptown Challenge. No Hawks team played after that tournament.

No matter what level of competition, we have always encouraged the best teams to participate.

- Crabs Coach
Different age group than this one


Thanks Hawks dad

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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291526
08/18/19 10:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Here is a fact, the Crabs did not deny the 2026 Hawks or any Hawks team from playing in any tournament associated with the National Lacrosse Federation.
The Crabs organization will not prevent any team from participating in a NLF tournament. Whoever states this is mis-informed and does not have direct knowledge of how the team selection and tournament format works with the National Lacrosse Federation. An invitation was presented to the director of the Hawks organization, and they respectfully declined the invitation as they complete their season with the Naptown Challenge. No Hawks team played after that tournament.

No matter what level of competition, we have always encouraged the best teams to participate.

- Crabs Coach
Different age group than this one

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Here is a fact, the Crabs did not deny the 2026 Hawks or any Hawks team from playing in any tournament associated with the National Lacrosse Federation.
The Crabs organization will not prevent any team from participating in a NLF tournament. Whoever states this is mis-informed and does not have direct knowledge of how the team selection and tournament format works with the National Lacrosse Federation. An invitation was presented to the director of the Hawks organization, and they respectfully declined the invitation as they complete their season with the Naptown Challenge. No Hawks team played after that tournament.

No matter what level of competition, we have always encouraged the best teams to participate.

- Crabs Coach
Different age group than this one

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Here is a fact, the Crabs did not deny the 2026 Hawks or any Hawks team from playing in any tournament associated with the National Lacrosse Federation.
The Crabs organization will not prevent any team from participating in a NLF tournament. Whoever states this is mis-informed and does not have direct knowledge of how the team selection and tournament format works with the National Lacrosse Federation. An invitation was presented to the director of the Hawks organization, and they respectfully declined the invitation as they complete their season with the Naptown Challenge. No Hawks team played after that tournament.

No matter what level of competition, we have always encouraged the best teams to participate.

- Crabs Coach
Different age group than this one


The old I’m a crabs coach- different age group though. Nah, doesn’t fly with me. Good try though Hawk coach.

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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291527
08/18/19 10:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Here is a fact, the Crabs did not deny the 2026 Hawks or any Hawks team from playing in any tournament associated with the National Lacrosse Federation.
The Crabs organization will not prevent any team from participating in a NLF tournament. Whoever states this is mis-informed and does not have direct knowledge of how the team selection and tournament format works with the National Lacrosse Federation. An invitation was presented to the director of the Hawks organization, and they respectfully declined the invitation as they complete their season with the Naptown Challenge. No Hawks team played after that tournament.

No matter what level of competition, we have always encouraged the best teams to participate.

- Crabs Coach
Different age group than this one


Thanks Hawks dad


Can we stop arguing about this. Both sides need to create their own forum thread if they want to take the PS out if each other like juveniles. Get off the 2026 thread.

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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: TM@BOTC] #291634
08/21/19 10:33 AM
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So which team picked up the most talent. Let be honest here

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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: TM@BOTC] #291640
08/21/19 12:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Here is a fact, the Crabs did not deny the 2026 Hawks or any Hawks team from playing in any tournament associated with the National Lacrosse Federation.
The Crabs organization will not prevent any team from participating in a NLF tournament. Whoever states this is mis-informed and does not have direct knowledge of how the team selection and tournament format works with the National Lacrosse Federation. An invitation was presented to the director of the Hawks organization, and they respectfully declined the invitation as they complete their season with the Naptown Challenge. No Hawks team played after that tournament.

No matter what level of competition, we have always encouraged the best teams to participate.

- Crabs Coach
Different age group than this one


Thanks Hawks dad


Can we stop arguing about this. Both sides need to create their own forum thread if they want to take the PS out if each other like juveniles. Get off the 2026 thread.


No dog in this fight, but it seems like the Hawks live in the brain of some of the people on here. It's like their boogeyman. Jesus Christ

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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291643
08/21/19 01:29 PM
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So which team picked up the most talent. Let be honest here


Teams haven't even begun to practice yet. How would anyone know their childs own team talent? Certainly no one knows if other teams added more skilled kids. That will start to be figured out in October.

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Re: Boys 2026-6th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #291644
08/21/19 01:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Here is a fact, the Crabs did not deny the 2026 Hawks or any Hawks team from playing in any tournament associated with the National Lacrosse Federation.
The Crabs organization will not prevent any team from participating in a NLF tournament. Whoever states this is mis-informed and does not have direct knowledge of how the team selection and tournament format works with the National Lacrosse Federation. An invitation was presented to the director of the Hawks organization, and they respectfully declined the invitation as they complete their season with the Naptown Challenge. No Hawks team played after that tournament.

No matter what level of competition, we have always encouraged the best teams to participate.

- Crabs Coach
Different age group than this one


Thanks Hawks dad


Can we stop arguing about this. Both sides need to create their own forum thread if they want to take the PS out if each other like juveniles. Get off the 2026 thread.


No dog in this fight, but it seems like the Hawks live in the brain of some of the people on here. It's like their boogeyman. Jesus Christ


Honestly from the thread it appears the hawks started by coming onto a northeast forum and trying to root their own horn. They have no business here. But people should just ignore them. But individuals start responding and the nonsense starts on both sides then. Either way. If they are interested in doing that then they should form a separate thread.

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