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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: Anonymous] #299680
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Reaching out to Team 91 parents; how does it feel to have 6th grade kids coming in from Texas to play HOCO lacrosse when you have at least 28 rostered kids on the team? This club is less about player development and more about winning; buyer beware. Nice job on carrying on the tradition.


All about the W's ! And pocketing some change . After 20 players it is about the money. But then on the other hand, Most Clubs are about the money, so whats surprising about 91 doing it.

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: Anonymous] #299689
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Reaching out to Team 91 parents; how does it feel to have 6th grade kids coming in from Texas to play HOCO lacrosse when you have at least 28 rostered kids on the team? This club is less about player development and more about winning; buyer beware. Nice job on carrying on the tradition.


kids commute from Texas for HOCO games?calling baloney...seems unlikely and expensive


2022 and 2023 did it a few years ago; I know that first hand.

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Reaching out to Team 91 parents; how does it feel to have 6th grade kids coming in from Texas to play HOCO lacrosse when you have at least 28 rostered kids on the team? This club is less about player development and more about winning; buyer beware. Nice job on carrying on the tradition.


kids commute from Texas for HOCO games?calling baloney...seems unlikely and expensive


If this is indeed a fact, I feel much less like a crazy lacrosse dad knowing the extremes others will go to smile

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: Anonymous] #299699
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Reaching out to Team 91 parents; how does it feel to have 6th grade kids coming in from Texas to play HOCO lacrosse when you have at least 28 rostered kids on the team? This club is less about player development and more about winning; buyer beware. Nice job on carrying on the tradition.


kids commute from Texas for HOCO games?calling baloney...seems unlikely and expensive


2022 and 2023 did it a few years ago; I know that first hand.


This has definitely been done in the past by this organization for both HOCO and summer tournaments run by the owner of the club. It truly is one of the worst clubs around and I could not imagine being on a team where kids don't show up for practice but get playing time over kids that show up everyday and bust their Meanyavoid this club at all costs.

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02/27/20 10:48 AM
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Reaching out to Team 91 parents; how does it feel to have 6th grade kids coming in from Texas to play HOCO lacrosse when you have at least 28 rostered kids on the team? This club is less about player development and more about winning; buyer beware. Nice job on carrying on the tradition.


kids commute from Texas for HOCO games?calling baloney...seems unlikely and expensive


2022 and 2023 did it a few years ago; I know that first hand.


This has definitely been done in the past by this organization for both HOCO and summer tournaments run by the owner of the club. It truly is one of the worst clubs around and I could not imagine being on a team where kids don't show up for practice but get playing time over kids that show up everyday and bust their Meanyavoid this club at all costs.



Didn't the Crabs do this a few years ago? Players Mom was a flight attendant so it kept the cost down to fly him in. Maybe just a rumor.

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: Anonymous] #299735
02/27/20 01:39 PM
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Reaching out to Team 91 parents; how does it feel to have 6th grade kids coming in from Texas to play HOCO lacrosse when you have at least 28 rostered kids on the team? This club is less about player development and more about winning; buyer beware. Nice job on carrying on the tradition.


kids commute from Texas for HOCO games?calling baloney...seems unlikely and expensive


If this is indeed a fact, I feel much less like a crazy lacrosse dad knowing the extremes others will go to smile

Just wait, it gets worse.

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: Anonymous] #299741
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Reaching out to Team 91 parents; how does it feel to have 6th grade kids coming in from Texas to play HOCO lacrosse when you have at least 28 rostered kids on the team? This club is less about player development and more about winning; buyer beware. Nice job on carrying on the tradition.


kids commute from Texas for HOCO games?calling baloney...seems unlikely and expensive


If this is indeed a fact, I feel much less like a crazy lacrosse dad knowing the extremes others will go to smile

Just wait, it gets worse.


What is amazing is that no one has refuted this claim; 91 definitely has a history of pulling kids from out of state during HOCO season so this does not surprise me in the least.

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: Anonymous] #299752
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Reaching out to Team 91 parents; how does it feel to have 6th grade kids coming in from Texas to play HOCO lacrosse when you have at least 28 rostered kids on the team? This club is less about player development and more about winning; buyer beware. Nice job on carrying on the tradition.


kids commute from Texas for HOCO games?calling baloney...seems unlikely and expensive


If this is indeed a fact, I feel much less like a crazy lacrosse dad knowing the extremes others will go to smile

Just wait, it gets worse.


What is amazing is that no one has refuted this claim; 91 definitely has a history of pulling kids from out of state during HOCO season so this does not surprise me in the least.


There’s nothing to refute. They have a kid from Texas. I don’t see a problem with it. The kid from Texas is good but he can’t compete at the level he wants to compete at in Texas because the competition isn’t there. So he will play here in the elite level. If it works for him and his family, and it works for 91, and it doesn’t affect your kid, why do you care?

For the record I have no affiliation with 91, my kids plays in AA.

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: TheBackOfTheCage] #299753
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Scared of 91? Kid get cut from 91? Didn’t get accepted at Gilman?

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: Anonymous] #299756
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Reaching out to Team 91 parents; how does it feel to have 6th grade kids coming in from Texas to play HOCO lacrosse when you have at least 28 rostered kids on the team? This club is less about player development and more about winning; buyer beware. Nice job on carrying on the tradition.


kids commute from Texas for HOCO games?calling baloney...seems unlikely and expensive


2022 and 2023 did it a few years ago; I know that first hand.


This has definitely been done in the past by this organization for both HOCO and summer tournaments run by the owner of the club. It truly is one of the worst clubs around and I could not imagine being on a team where kids don't show up for practice but get playing time over kids that show up everyday and bust their Meanyavoid this club at all costs.


Imagine being so committed to a sport that you fly to Maryland from Texas every week to play elite level lacrosse. You all like to trash the HOCO league, but it’s still one of the best, if not the best league in the country. I don’t even know this kid but I promise you, that kid works hard, whether he’s practicing with the team or not, and he is likely more committed to playing lacrosse than your kid is to doing anything in the world.

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Last year at the June tournament in Delaware I was speaking to a Sweet Lax parent during warm ups. They had a very tall goalie. I asked her what the kids name was. Her reply, “I do not know that kid and the the three long poles as they flew here from Florida last night to play with our team. Kind of weird when the guys on the team have never met before today.” Whole bizarre this is a true story and shows how desperate and crazy clubs can be in their endeavor to win, draw attention and put money in the owner’s pockets.

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Reaching out to Team 91 parents; how does it feel to have 6th grade kids coming in from Texas to play HOCO lacrosse when you have at least 28 rostered kids on the team? This club is less about player development and more about winning; buyer beware. Nice job on carrying on the tradition.


kids commute from Texas for HOCO games?calling baloney...seems unlikely and expensive


2022 and 2023 did it a few years ago; I know that first hand.


This has definitely been done in the past by this organization for both HOCO and summer tournaments run by the owner of the club. It truly is one of the worst clubs around and I could not imagine being on a team where kids don't show up for practice but get playing time over kids that show up everyday and bust their Meanyavoid this club at all costs.


Imagine being so committed to a sport that you fly to Maryland from Texas every week to play elite level lacrosse. You all like to trash the HOCO league, but it’s still one of the best, if not the best league in the country. I don’t even know this kid but I promise you, that kid works hard, whether he’s practicing with the team or not, and he is likely more committed to playing lacrosse than your kid is to doing anything in the world.


That's called trophy chasing

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: Anonymous] #299762
02/28/20 09:39 AM
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Last year at the June tournament in Delaware I was speaking to a Sweet Lax parent during warm ups. They had a very tall goalie. I asked her what the kids name was. Her reply, “I do not know that kid and the the three long poles as they flew here from Florida last night to play with our team. Kind of weird when the guys on the team have never met before today.” Whole bizarre this is a true story and shows how desperate and crazy clubs can be in their endeavor to win, draw attention and put money in the owner’s pockets.


This is definitely true. I heard him calling his teammates out by jersey # on clears and a parent told me that he just came up from Fla. Which is fine if you have no goalie but they had another goalie.

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: Anonymous] #299763
02/28/20 09:43 AM
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Reaching out to Team 91 parents; how does it feel to have 6th grade kids coming in from Texas to play HOCO lacrosse when you have at least 28 rostered kids on the team? This club is less about player development and more about winning; buyer beware. Nice job on carrying on the tradition.


kids commute from Texas for HOCO games?calling baloney...seems unlikely and expensive


2022 and 2023 did it a few years ago; I know that first hand.


This has definitely been done in the past by this organization for both HOCO and summer tournaments run by the owner of the club. It truly is one of the worst clubs around and I could not imagine being on a team where kids don't show up for practice but get playing time over kids that show up everyday and bust their Meanyavoid this club at all costs.


Imagine being so committed to a sport that you fly to Maryland from Texas every week to play elite level lacrosse. You all like to trash the HOCO league, but it’s still one of the best, if not the best league in the country. I don’t even know this kid but I promise you, that kid works hard, whether he’s practicing with the team or not, and he is likely more committed to playing lacrosse than your kid is to doing anything in the world.


Committed is the right word for these parents!! And please do not sell me this BS that there is no competition in Texas for an 11/12 (but I am sure he will be older) to play lacrosse!! 91 is notorious for this; we see it every year, and I feel sorry for the parents spending $1000s on club fees to watch other kids get flown in from Texas in order to win a 6th grade lacrosse game. Imagine as a 6th grader going to practice 3 days a week for 2 hours and busting your hump with YOUR TEAM only to have the club owner fly some kid in from Texas on 91s dime just to win a game on Sunday while you sit on the bench? I know I know "hit the wall" coach I hear you, but that message falls flat when kids are being flown in form out of state to play 6th grade lacrosse. 91 philosophy is really not player development; I know for a fact this club will be calling and recruiting kids mid-season to replace your kid bc "Johnny" just doesn't have it!! This club has told kids they should not be playing lacrosse at a camp the club is running!! Complete joke and everything youth lacrosse should not be!!!

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region [Re: TheBackOfTheCage] #299768
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What's the point of flying this kid in from TX, they still lose with or without this kid. Let them bring someone from Alaska for all I care and keep racking up the L's.

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