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Re: Boys 2023- PA and Surrounding Area [Re: Anonymous] #289983
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Yeah guess they were scared...Hawks won Naptown and only beat Zues by a goal so the Academy team had no chance..


Everyone has a chance but Summer is different than Fall


It was just a few weeks ago not in the fall.....it was after they beat Sweetlax and Igloo at NAL


You mean the tournament when Hawks barely beat Looneys and got smoked by DCDogs. You think they weren’t missing kids?


Hawks had all their kids except their face off guy - who was replaced by a ringer (err....guest player) from Long Island.

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Re: Boys 2023- PA and Surrounding Area [Re: Anonymous] #290008
07/30/19 08:49 AM
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Yeah guess they were scared...Hawks won Naptown and only beat Zues by a goal so the Academy team had no chance..


Everyone has a chance but Summer is different than Fall


It was just a few weeks ago not in the fall.....it was after they beat Sweetlax and Igloo at NAL


You mean the tournament when Hawks barely beat Looneys and got smoked by DCDogs. You think they weren’t missing kids?


Hawks had all their kids except their face off guy - who was replaced by a ringer (err....guest player) from Long Island.


Stud FOGO= 4-5 goal difference and I guess “Academy” kids aren’t guests/ringers?

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Re: Boys 2023- PA and Surrounding Area [Re: Anonymous] #290029
07/30/19 01:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Yeah guess they were scared...Hawks won Naptown and only beat Zues by a goal so the Academy team had no chance..


Everyone has a chance but Summer is different than Fall


It was just a few weeks ago not in the fall.....it was after they beat Sweetlax and Igloo at NAL


If you haven't figured it out yet, the Brotherly Love team that played this summer looks a lot more like the Brotherly Love team that will be playing this coming fall, and that Brotherly Love team is a combination of legacy BL kids as well as some Academy kids (mostly from Mesa).

The only time that was not true was when Mesa was also playing in the tournament (like at Crabfeast)

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Re: Boys 2023- PA and Surrounding Area [Re: Anonymous] #290090
07/31/19 06:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks had all their kids except their face off guy - who was replaced by a ringer (err....guest player) from Long Island.
Is that the same "ringer" I saw at Crabfeast and Millen as well? Does he classify as a "ringer" if he is the one playing that position the entire tournament season? Or is the complaint that he's from LI instead of MD?

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Re: Boys 2023- PA and Surrounding Area [Re: TLaxOne] #290127
07/31/19 12:51 PM
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Long Island for sure!

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Re: Boys 2023- PA and Surrounding Area [Re: Anonymous] #292744
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imagine thinking that pa isn't one of the best lacrosse areas. clown

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Re: Boys 2023- PA and Surrounding Area [Re: Anonymous] #292746
09/20/19 07:59 AM
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The only "holdbacks" in the Philly area are kids that went to kindergarten a year late without lacrosse in mind. You aren't allowed to reclass in Philly due to eligibility rules. You're just saying this because you are butthurt about losing to one of the Philly teams.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
The only "holdbacks" in the Philly area are kids that went to kindergarten a year late without lacrosse in mind. You aren't allowed to reclass in Philly due to eligibility rules. You're just saying this because you are butthurt about losing to one of the Philly teams.


Just curious, what part of the eligibility rules prevents re-classing in Philly, are they capped age-wise in high school like LI?

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Re: Boys 2023- PA and Surrounding Area [Re: Anonymous] #292764
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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The only "holdbacks" in the Philly area are kids that went to kindergarten a year late without lacrosse in mind. You aren't allowed to reclass in Philly due to eligibility rules. You're just saying this because you are butthurt about losing to one of the Philly teams.


Just curious, what part of the eligibility rules prevents re-classing in Philly, are they capped age-wise in high school like LI?


You can't be older than 19 on June 30th before the start of the academic year. So technically a true summer birthday who is a holdback but also reclassed is age eligible.

However, PIAA rules also say:
Your athletic eligibility extends only until you have reached the end of your fourth consecutive year (8th consecutive semester or the equivalent) beyond the eighth grade. Therefore, if you repeat a grade after eighth, you will be ineligible as a senior.

Additionally, you may participate in (1) a maximum of six seasons in each sport during grades seven through twelve, (2) a maximum of four seasons in each sport during grades nine through twelve, and (3) a maximum of three seasons in each sport during grades seven through nine.

You may participate in only one season in each sport during each school year.

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Re: Boys 2023- PA and Surrounding Area [Re: TLaxOne] #292772
09/20/19 02:23 PM
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Yes, but how would this impact private schools. Same rules also apply in MD and VA public schools, however the club teams are mostly private school kids. The public school kids are generally on age.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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The only "holdbacks" in the Philly area are kids that went to kindergarten a year late without lacrosse in mind. You aren't allowed to reclass in Philly due to eligibility rules. You're just saying this because you are butthurt about losing to one of the Philly teams.


Just curious, what part of the eligibility rules prevents re-classing in Philly, are they capped age-wise in high school like LI?


You can't be older than 19 on June 30th before the start of the academic year. So technically a true summer birthday who is a holdback but also reclassed is age eligible.

However, PIAA rules also say:
Your athletic eligibility extends only until you have reached the end of your fourth consecutive year (8th consecutive semester or the equivalent) beyond the eighth grade. Therefore, if you repeat a grade after eighth, you will be ineligible as a senior.

Additionally, you may participate in (1) a maximum of six seasons in each sport during grades seven through twelve, (2) a maximum of four seasons in each sport during grades nine through twelve, and (3) a maximum of three seasons in each sport during grades seven through nine.

You may participate in only one season in each sport during each school year.


Interesting, but I guess the question, assuming that the birthday part does not create an issue, is repeating a grade. The rule prevents a player from repeating after 8th grade (i.e. a high school grade), but does not seem to disqualify a player who repeats eighth grade or any prior grade, again assuming that the birthday is not an issue. As witnessed over and over, most kids just delay high school for a year by repeating 8th grade.

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Re: Boys 2023- PA and Surrounding Area [Re: Anonymous] #292786
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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The only "holdbacks" in the Philly area are kids that went to kindergarten a year late without lacrosse in mind. You aren't allowed to reclass in Philly due to eligibility rules. You're just saying this because you are butthurt about losing to one of the Philly teams.


Just curious, what part of the eligibility rules prevents re-classing in Philly, are they capped age-wise in high school like LI?


You can't be older than 19 on June 30th before the start of the academic year. So technically a true summer birthday who is a holdback but also reclassed is age eligible.

However, PIAA rules also say:
Your athletic eligibility extends only until you have reached the end of your fourth consecutive year (8th consecutive semester or the equivalent) beyond the eighth grade. Therefore, if you repeat a grade after eighth, you will be ineligible as a senior.

Additionally, you may participate in (1) a maximum of six seasons in each sport during grades seven through twelve, (2) a maximum of four seasons in each sport during grades nine through twelve, and (3) a maximum of three seasons in each sport during grades seven through nine.

You may participate in only one season in each sport during each school year.


Interesting, but I guess the question, assuming that the birthday part does not create an issue, is repeating a grade. The rule prevents a player from repeating after 8th grade (i.e. a high school grade), but does not seem to disqualify a player who repeats eighth grade or any prior grade, again assuming that the birthday is not an issue. As witnessed over and over, most kids just delay high school for a year by repeating 8th grade.


I think the game is to transition from public to private sometime before 9th grade and repeating whatever grade you finished. PIAA rules limit the number of years you can play, so you would need to sit out games for that second round of 8th grade.

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Re: Boys 2023- PA and Surrounding Area [Re: Anonymous] #292815
09/22/19 05:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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The only "holdbacks" in the Philly area are kids that went to kindergarten a year late without lacrosse in mind. You aren't allowed to reclass in Philly due to eligibility rules. You're just saying this because you are butthurt about losing to one of the Philly teams.


Just curious, what part of the eligibility rules prevents re-classing in Philly, are they capped age-wise in high school like LI?


You can't be older than 19 on June 30th before the start of the academic year. So technically a true summer birthday who is a holdback but also reclassed is age eligible.

However, PIAA rules also say:
Your athletic eligibility extends only until you have reached the end of your fourth consecutive year (8th consecutive semester or the equivalent) beyond the eighth grade. Therefore, if you repeat a grade after eighth, you will be ineligible as a senior.

Additionally, you may participate in (1) a maximum of six seasons in each sport during grades seven through twelve, (2) a maximum of four seasons in each sport during grades nine through twelve, and (3) a maximum of three seasons in each sport during grades seven through nine.

You may participate in only one season in each sport during each school year.


Interesting, but I guess the question, assuming that the birthday part does not create an issue, is repeating a grade. The rule prevents a player from repeating after 8th grade (i.e. a high school grade), but does not seem to disqualify a player who repeats eighth grade or any prior grade, again assuming that the birthday is not an issue. As witnessed over and over, most kids just delay high school for a year by repeating 8th grade.


I think the game is to transition from public to private sometime before 9th grade and repeating whatever grade you finished. PIAA rules limit the number of years you can play, so you would need to sit out games for that second round of 8th grade.

"The only "holdbacks" in the Philly area are kids that went to kindergarten a year late without lacrosse in mind. You aren't allowed to reclass in Philly due to eligibility rules." This isn't true - the Inter-Ac allows reclassifying as long as you turn 19 prior to senior year. The best time to reclass is before HS - makes it a lot smoother with NCAA because they never know about it. Reclassing during HS can still get through NCAA but it's a bit trickier. One way to avoid all of this is to graduate with your class and then PG.

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Re: Boys 2023- PA and Surrounding Area [Re: Anonymous] #292827
09/22/19 05:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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The only "holdbacks" in the Philly area are kids that went to kindergarten a year late without lacrosse in mind. You aren't allowed to reclass in Philly due to eligibility rules. You're just saying this because you are butthurt about losing to one of the Philly teams.


Just curious, what part of the eligibility rules prevents re-classing in Philly, are they capped age-wise in high school like LI?


You can't be older than 19 on June 30th before the start of the academic year. So technically a true summer birthday who is a holdback but also reclassed is age eligible.

However, PIAA rules also say:
Your athletic eligibility extends only until you have reached the end of your fourth consecutive year (8th consecutive semester or the equivalent) beyond the eighth grade. Therefore, if you repeat a grade after eighth, you will be ineligible as a senior.

Additionally, you may participate in (1) a maximum of six seasons in each sport during grades seven through twelve, (2) a maximum of four seasons in each sport during grades nine through twelve, and (3) a maximum of three seasons in each sport during grades seven through nine.

You may participate in only one season in each sport during each school year.


Interesting, but I guess the question, assuming that the birthday part does not create an issue, is repeating a grade. The rule prevents a player from repeating after 8th grade (i.e. a high school grade), but does not seem to disqualify a player who repeats eighth grade or any prior grade, again assuming that the birthday is not an issue. As witnessed over and over, most kids just delay high school for a year by repeating 8th grade.


I think the game is to transition from public to private sometime before 9th grade and repeating whatever grade you finished. PIAA rules limit the number of years you can play, so you would need to sit out games for that second round of 8th grade.

"The only "holdbacks" in the Philly area are kids that went to kindergarten a year late without lacrosse in mind. You aren't allowed to reclass in Philly due to eligibility rules." This isn't true - the Inter-Ac allows reclassifying as long as you turn 19 prior to senior year. The best time to reclass is before HS - makes it a lot smoother with NCAA because they never know about it. Reclassing during HS can still get through NCAA but it's a bit trickier. One way to avoid all of this is to graduate with your class and then PG.

I think you mean as long as you DON'T turn 19 prior to senior year

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Re: Boys 2023- PA and Surrounding Area [Re: Anonymous] #292838
09/23/19 08:49 AM
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Does anyone care about your age if you take a pg year though?

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