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Re: Boys 2025-7th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: TM@BOTC] #298613
01/28/20 11:23 AM
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Baseball is weak bro your on the wrong board. LAX IS LIFE if the kids travel team dont win u dont get da t shirt.

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R U S H had some bigger kids but in field lacrosse that wont help. It will actually work against them. I saw them and they dont look skilled. They remind me of Millon Force on growth hormones. Chan EXP is all small kids but they are quick and move the ball fast. 91 is built around 2-3 kids and dont play good team ball. Field lax is all about ball movement, not giving the rock to the biggest kid and have him try and dodge the alley every trip You dont move the ball and your gonna lose. Period. Ask Igloo, tru blue, S2S, Regulators. Rebels move the ball but they cant clear . That is their downfall. anyway, Exp is head and shoulders above them all.

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That is a familiar sentiment among all the teams. The 25's are in disarray... except for Exp Ch....oiled machine..... R U S H isnt that good. Competitive but nothing to concern yourself with. So far I havent seen any stand out teams. Teams with potential, but all have major flaws. WSYL is a joke. Move it to East coast and call it the LI Invitational..... then it may be worth participating.


I think only top 4 teams should go... remaining qualifers are just cannon fodder. Love the idea of moving it to east coast. Has there been a team outside the tri-state area that's made it to the championship game?


Realistically, you can send the top 12 teams. All but Express are just going out there to see mountains. If 91 AAAA plays a complete game (something it seems incapable of doing against competitive teams) then they are still a very distant 2nd. I agree with the poster that, despite our rose colored views, our boys are playing in a relatively weak LI class. Maybe next year when teams start really consolidating and the holdbacks are fully through puberty you may see some teams make a jump, but right now it's Express and everybody else. I saw 91 at the box tourney. Some of those kids are the smallest in the grade level. It may take years for them to catch up unless they replace them next year. R U S H seemed much improved due to recruiting big kids. Watch for that trend to continue.


I have to say I have a much different opinion of this age group as I have a multi sport athlete and in all other sports this grade is actually more advanced then the grades above and below them. So I believe what you have is a changing in thought process of specialization in one sport until they get to HS which I personally think is a positive.

In the next year or 2 when this grade decides to direct their energy into 1 or maybe 2 sports instead of 4 or 5 then I think you will see 2 things happen. The grade will be as good or better then the grades around it and the kids that have specialized in lacrosse at 10/11/12 will get passed by the true athletes of the age group when they dedicate themselves to their craft.

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That is a familiar sentiment among all the teams. The 25's are in disarray... except for Exp Ch....oiled machine..... R U S H isnt that good. Competitive but nothing to concern yourself with. So far I havent seen any stand out teams. Teams with potential, but all have major flaws. WSYL is a joke. Move it to East coast and call it the LI Invitational..... then it may be worth participating.


I think only top 4 teams should go... remaining qualifers are just cannon fodder. Love the idea of moving it to east coast. Has there been a team outside the tri-state area that's made it to the championship game?


Realistically, you can send the top 12 teams. All but Express are just going out there to see mountains. If 91 AAAA plays a complete game (something it seems incapable of doing against competitive teams) then they are still a very distant 2nd. I agree with the poster that, despite our rose colored views, our boys are playing in a relatively weak LI class. Maybe next year when teams start really consolidating and the holdbacks are fully through puberty you may see some teams make a jump, but right now it's Express and everybody else. I saw 91 at the box tourney. Some of those kids are the smallest in the grade level. It may take years for them to catch up unless they replace them next year. R U S H seemed much improved due to recruiting big kids. Watch for that trend to continue.


I have to say I have a much different opinion of this age group as I have a multi sport athlete and in all other sports this grade is actually more advanced then the grades above and below them. So I believe what you have is a changing in thought process of specialization in one sport until they get to HS which I personally think is a positive.

In the next year or 2 when this grade decides to direct their energy into 1 or maybe 2 sports instead of 4 or 5 then I think you will see 2 things happen. The grade will be as good or better then the grades around it and the kids that have specialized in lacrosse at 10/11/12 will get passed by the true athletes of the age group when they dedicate themselves to their craft.



I love when parents say you have to specialize in 1 sport then where their kids are in grade 11 or 12 and aren't the superstar they were in grade 6 they get that look like, what do we do now?????????????????????

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That is a familiar sentiment among all the teams. The 25's are in disarray... except for Exp Ch....oiled machine..... R U S H isnt that good. Competitive but nothing to concern yourself with. So far I havent seen any stand out teams. Teams with potential, but all have major flaws. WSYL is a joke. Move it to East coast and call it the LI Invitational..... then it may be worth participating.


I think only top 4 teams should go... remaining qualifers are just cannon fodder. Love the idea of moving it to east coast. Has there been a team outside the tri-state area that's made it to the championship game?


Realistically, you can send the top 12 teams. All but Express are just going out there to see mountains. If 91 AAAA plays a complete game (something it seems incapable of doing against competitive teams) then they are still a very distant 2nd. I agree with the poster that, despite our rose colored views, our boys are playing in a relatively weak LI class. Maybe next year when teams start really consolidating and the holdbacks are fully through puberty you may see some teams make a jump, but right now it's Express and everybody else. I saw 91 at the box tourney. Some of those kids are the smallest in the grade level. It may take years for them to catch up unless they replace them next year. R U S H seemed much improved due to recruiting big kids. Watch for that trend to continue.


I have to say I have a much different opinion of this age group as I have a multi sport athlete and in all other sports this grade is actually more advanced then the grades above and below them. So I believe what you have is a changing in thought process of specialization in one sport until they get to HS which I personally think is a positive.

In the next year or 2 when this grade decides to direct their energy into 1 or maybe 2 sports instead of 4 or 5 then I think you will see 2 things happen. The grade will be as good or better then the grades around it and the kids that have specialized in lacrosse at 10/11/12 will get passed by the true athletes of the age group when they dedicate themselves to their craft.



I love when parents say you have to specialize in 1 sport then where their kids are in grade 11 or 12 and aren't the superstar they were in grade 6 they get that look like, what do we do now?????????????????????



Exactly, I love this guys post. It's unreal how many of these kids that are specializing will get passed right by when Johnny Athlete decides to now really pay attention to Lacrosse..

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Re: Boys 2025-7th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: TM@BOTC] #298670
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Specializing do you mean club sports. My son pays club lax that’s it as far as club. To be quite honest between practices, training, tournaments and money, that’s probably all the club sports he can do. He plays school football, school wrestling, school lacrosse as well. But I guess he only specializes in lax, if that’s what you mean.

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Re: Boys 2025-7th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #298679
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Specializing do you mean club sports. My son pays club lax that’s it as far as club. To be quite honest between practices, training, tournaments and money, that’s probably all the club sports he can do. He plays school football, school wrestling, school lacrosse as well. But I guess he only specializes in lax, if that’s what you mean.


I mean there are many kids that play club soccer and school soccer, travel baseball and school baseball, travel football and school football, travel basketball and school basketball, travel ice hockey and school ice hockey. volleyball or wrestling.. in addition to lacrosse.

So to answer your question Yes you child specializes in lax.

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That is a familiar sentiment among all the teams. The 25's are in disarray... except for Exp Ch....oiled machine..... R U S H isnt that good. Competitive but nothing to concern yourself with. So far I havent seen any stand out teams. Teams with potential, but all have major flaws. WSYL is a joke. Move it to East coast and call it the LI Invitational..... then it may be worth participating.


I think only top 4 teams should go... remaining qualifers are just cannon fodder. Love the idea of moving it to east coast. Has there been a team outside the tri-state area that's made it to the championship game?


Realistically, you can send the top 12 teams. All but Express are just going out there to see mountains. If 91 AAAA plays a complete game (something it seems incapable of doing against competitive teams) then they are still a very distant 2nd. I agree with the poster that, despite our rose colored views, our boys are playing in a relatively weak LI class. Maybe next year when teams start really consolidating and the holdbacks are fully through puberty you may see some teams make a jump, but right now it's Express and everybody else. I saw 91 at the box tourney. Some of those kids are the smallest in the grade level. It may take years for them to catch up unless they replace them next year. R U S H seemed much improved due to recruiting big kids. Watch for that trend to continue.


I have to say I have a much different opinion of this age group as I have a multi sport athlete and in all other sports this grade is actually more advanced then the grades above and below them. So I believe what you have is a changing in thought process of specialization in one sport until they get to HS which I personally think is a positive.

In the next year or 2 when this grade decides to direct their energy into 1 or maybe 2 sports instead of 4 or 5 then I think you will see 2 things happen. The grade will be as good or better then the grades around it and the kids that have specialized in lacrosse at 10/11/12 will get passed by the true athletes of the age group when they dedicate themselves to their craft.



I love when parents say you have to specialize in 1 sport then where their kids are in grade 11 or 12 and aren't the superstar they were in grade 6 they get that look like, what do we do now?????????????????????



Exactly, I love this guys post. It's unreal how many of these kids that are specializing will get passed right by when Johnny Athlete decides to now really pay attention to Lacrosse..
I love how you Parents, really think that Johnny Lax still exists. Very rare that happens. You know by *th grade what kids are going to make it. .

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At that point they can play for Exp or 91..... They would love the extra income.

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Re: Boys 2025-7th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: TM@BOTC] #298703
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Specializing do you mean club sports. My son pays club lax that’s it as far as club. To be quite honest between practices, training, tournaments and money, that’s probably all the club sports he can do. He plays school football, school wrestling, school lacrosse as well. But I guess he only specializes in lax, if that’s what you mean.


I mean there are many kids that play club soccer and school soccer, travel baseball and school baseball, travel football and school football, travel basketball and school basketball, travel ice hockey and school ice hockey. volleyball or wrestling.. in addition to lacrosse.

So to answer your question Yes you child specializes in lax.


Ok, then in that case, the previous poster is incorrect. Having older kids (one HS senior and one sophomore in college), I've seen how this plays out. The kids who get recruited, go to top schools, and are generally the top players in their age group have, with no exceptions, all played competitive travel lax. In addition, they have almost all played other sports in MS and HS. Many at a very high level. I can not think of more than an athlete or two, from my youngest (2025) to my oldest that wasn't, by your definition, a "multi-sport" athlete.

When someone says that their child specializes in a sport, it means that they play that sport exclusively, year round, with no time or interest in any other sports.

From my experience, the kids that were the best lacrosse players in 7th/8th were still very good as HS seniors. The only limiting factor was growth. Kids who were small and skilled, or developed earlier, could dominate in youth lacrosse. If they stay small, they become varsity role players. Every team needs them though. A kid who was skilled in MS then grows 10" and puts on 70 pounds, however, becomes dominant. But make no mistake, despite what your wife says, size matters.

This is just a reflection of my experience. Obviously there are exceptions (Brennan O'Neill may have focused on strictly lacrosse, for example), but thats what I've seen.

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Re: Boys 2025-7th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #298704
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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That is a familiar sentiment among all the teams. The 25's are in disarray... except for Exp Ch....oiled machine..... R U S H isnt that good. Competitive but nothing to concern yourself with. So far I havent seen any stand out teams. Teams with potential, but all have major flaws. WSYL is a joke. Move it to East coast and call it the LI Invitational..... then it may be worth participating.


I think only top 4 teams should go... remaining qualifers are just cannon fodder. Love the idea of moving it to east coast. Has there been a team outside the tri-state area that's made it to the championship game?


Realistically, you can send the top 12 teams. All but Express are just going out there to see mountains. If 91 AAAA plays a complete game (something it seems incapable of doing against competitive teams) then they are still a very distant 2nd. I agree with the poster that, despite our rose colored views, our boys are playing in a relatively weak LI class. Maybe next year when teams start really consolidating and the holdbacks are fully through puberty you may see some teams make a jump, but right now it's Express and everybody else. I saw 91 at the box tourney. Some of those kids are the smallest in the grade level. It may take years for them to catch up unless they replace them next year. R U S H seemed much improved due to recruiting big kids. Watch for that trend to continue.


I have to say I have a much different opinion of this age group as I have a multi sport athlete and in all other sports this grade is actually more advanced then the grades above and below them. So I believe what you have is a changing in thought process of specialization in one sport until they get to HS which I personally think is a positive.

In the next year or 2 when this grade decides to direct their energy into 1 or maybe 2 sports instead of 4 or 5 then I think you will see 2 things happen. The grade will be as good or better then the grades around it and the kids that have specialized in lacrosse at 10/11/12 will get passed by the true athletes of the age group when they dedicate themselves to their craft.


#1: We all have multi sport athletes.

#2: Maybe in HS things may change, but right now, we are a weaker group than the 3 grades above and below us.

#3: Wait til puberty. Until then, no one has any idea.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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That is a familiar sentiment among all the teams. The 25's are in disarray... except for Exp Ch....oiled machine..... R U S H isnt that good. Competitive but nothing to concern yourself with. So far I havent seen any stand out teams. Teams with potential, but all have major flaws. WSYL is a joke. Move it to East coast and call it the LI Invitational..... then it may be worth participating.


I think only top 4 teams should go... remaining qualifers are just cannon fodder. Love the idea of moving it to east coast. Has there been a team outside the tri-state area that's made it to the championship game?


Realistically, you can send the top 12 teams. All but Express are just going out there to see mountains. If 91 AAAA plays a complete game (something it seems incapable of doing against competitive teams) then they are still a very distant 2nd. I agree with the poster that, despite our rose colored views, our boys are playing in a relatively weak LI class. Maybe next year when teams start really consolidating and the holdbacks are fully through puberty you may see some teams make a jump, but right now it's Express and everybody else. I saw 91 at the box tourney. Some of those kids are the smallest in the grade level. It may take years for them to catch up unless they replace them next year. R U S H seemed much improved due to recruiting big kids. Watch for that trend to continue.


I have to say I have a much different opinion of this age group as I have a multi sport athlete and in all other sports this grade is actually more advanced then the grades above and below them. So I believe what you have is a changing in thought process of specialization in one sport until they get to HS which I personally think is a positive.

In the next year or 2 when this grade decides to direct their energy into 1 or maybe 2 sports instead of 4 or 5 then I think you will see 2 things happen. The grade will be as good or better then the grades around it and the kids that have specialized in lacrosse at 10/11/12 will get passed by the true athletes of the age group when they dedicate themselves to their craft.


#1: We all have multi sport athletes.

#2: Maybe in HS things may change, but right now, we are a weaker group than the 3 grades above and below us.

#3: Wait til puberty. Until then, no one has any idea.


Stop saying rational stuff like Wait until Puberty. 2025 parents are the craziest on this forum with an 82 page count. Anything other than complete insanity is not allowed in this age forum!!!!!

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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That is a familiar sentiment among all the teams. The 25's are in disarray... except for Exp Ch....oiled machine..... R U S H isnt that good. Competitive but nothing to concern yourself with. So far I havent seen any stand out teams. Teams with potential, but all have major flaws. WSYL is a joke. Move it to East coast and call it the LI Invitational..... then it may be worth participating.


I think only top 4 teams should go... remaining qualifers are just cannon fodder. Love the idea of moving it to east coast. Has there been a team outside the tri-state area that's made it to the championship game?


Realistically, you can send the top 12 teams. All but Express are just going out there to see mountains. If 91 AAAA plays a complete game (something it seems incapable of doing against competitive teams) then they are still a very distant 2nd. I agree with the poster that, despite our rose colored views, our boys are playing in a relatively weak LI class. Maybe next year when teams start really consolidating and the holdbacks are fully through puberty you may see some teams make a jump, but right now it's Express and everybody else. I saw 91 at the box tourney. Some of those kids are the smallest in the grade level. It may take years for them to catch up unless they replace them next year. R U S H seemed much improved due to recruiting big kids. Watch for that trend to continue.


I have to say I have a much different opinion of this age group as I have a multi sport athlete and in all other sports this grade is actually more advanced then the grades above and below them. So I believe what you have is a changing in thought process of specialization in one sport until they get to HS which I personally think is a positive.

In the next year or 2 when this grade decides to direct their energy into 1 or maybe 2 sports instead of 4 or 5 then I think you will see 2 things happen. The grade will be as good or better then the grades around it and the kids that have specialized in lacrosse at 10/11/12 will get passed by the true athletes of the age group when they dedicate themselves to their craft.


#1: We all have multi sport athletes.

#2: Maybe in HS things may change, but right now, we are a weaker group than the 3 grades above and below us.

#3: Wait til puberty. Until then, no one has any idea.


It all depends on the town you are from whether you can consider yourself a true multi sport athlete.

If you decided to go out for the middle school basketball team and they had 25-30 kids try out for 7/8th grade teams you don't have to put much effort into it. If you reside in certain towns where 160 kids try out for the same sport you can't just be an athlete and make the team. You have to put down the lax stick for a few months and play and practice basketball.

So I believe peoples definition of Multi-Sport Athlete absolutely varies.

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That is a familiar sentiment among all the teams. The 25's are in disarray... except for Exp Ch....oiled machine..... R U S H isnt that good. Competitive but nothing to concern yourself with. So far I havent seen any stand out teams. Teams with potential, but all have major flaws. WSYL is a joke. Move it to East coast and call it the LI Invitational..... then it may be worth participating.


I think only top 4 teams should go... remaining qualifers are just cannon fodder. Love the idea of moving it to east coast. Has there been a team outside the tri-state area that's made it to the championship game?


Realistically, you can send the top 12 teams. All but Express are just going out there to see mountains. If 91 AAAA plays a complete game (something it seems incapable of doing against competitive teams) then they are still a very distant 2nd. I agree with the poster that, despite our rose colored views, our boys are playing in a relatively weak LI class. Maybe next year when teams start really consolidating and the holdbacks are fully through puberty you may see some teams make a jump, but right now it's Express and everybody else. I saw 91 at the box tourney. Some of those kids are the smallest in the grade level. It may take years for them to catch up unless they replace them next year. R U S H seemed much improved due to recruiting big kids. Watch for that trend to continue.


I have to say I have a much different opinion of this age group as I have a multi sport athlete and in all other sports this grade is actually more advanced then the grades above and below them. So I believe what you have is a changing in thought process of specialization in one sport until they get to HS which I personally think is a positive.

In the next year or 2 when this grade decides to direct their energy into 1 or maybe 2 sports instead of 4 or 5 then I think you will see 2 things happen. The grade will be as good or better then the grades around it and the kids that have specialized in lacrosse at 10/11/12 will get passed by the true athletes of the age group when they dedicate themselves to their craft.


#1: We all have multi sport athletes.

#2: Maybe in HS things may change, but right now, we are a weaker group than the 3 grades above and below us.

#3: Wait til puberty. Until then, no one has any idea.


It all depends on the town you are from whether you can consider yourself a true multi sport athlete.

If you decided to go out for the middle school basketball team and they had 25-30 kids try out for 7/8th grade teams you don't have to put much effort into it. If you reside in certain towns where 160 kids try out for the same sport you can't just be an athlete and make the team. You have to put down the lax stick for a few months and play and practice basketball.

So I believe peoples definition of Multi-Sport Athlete absolutely varies.


Agreed. Its all relative. Most of you people need to relax.

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MultiSport Athletes.... PLEASE STOP THEY ARE KIDS! Maybe when they are full grown adults that label would apply. And for all of you misled wannabes's that think your kid and his "Travel Team" are the greatest thing ever...You need to wake up too. 75% of these kids will be in the drama club or smooching girls in the next 2 years and your dreams of a world class lax kid are OVER. If you think otherwise then you are a fool. Ask yourself: When you were 12 what did you want to be? And then go look in the mirror!!! Put that in your travel lax pipe and choke on it. 91, express, Joe Blow Lax...ALL THE SAME GARBAGE WITH A DIFFERENT STINK. Anyone else have anything notIntelligent to say?

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