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Re: Boys High School [Re: Anonymous] #299655
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None. Can’t be 19 at the start of the school year. It’s an MIAA rule.


Why is everyone talking about CH? Clearly the team in Glen Burnie will win the Ship.


Not this year for the Glen Burnie school. Their best players are still on JV according to the parents


I closely follow AA Co lacrosse. I’d have to say that for 2020 Spalding is among the top three public school programs in the county, just behind Broadneck and Severna Park but top three!


Still wanting to Blame Spalding for your son and his lack of lacrosse ability and IQ. He just isnt good enough to play JV let alone Varsity. Have you talked to him about Rec Baseball ?

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Relocating for work from the Philadelphia area. We have an 8th and 6th grade boys. I'd appreciate any insight on the programs (lacrosse & Football) at South River, Broadneck, and Severna Park if any one has them. Thanks.


If your kids like both sports equally, without question Broadneck has the best program. Not even close. If Lacrosse is all they care about, look in SP. South River is about to change drastically with Crofton High opening up next year. They will be terrible - like they were in the 90s.

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Relocating for work from the Philadelphia area. We have an 8th and 6th grade boys. I'd appreciate any insight on the programs (lacrosse & Football) at South River, Broadneck, and Severna Park if any one has them. Thanks.


Severna Park is by far the better lacrosse program, Broadneck would be #2 and SR is a distant 3rd. Broadneck has a good young coaching group that is doing a solid job rebuilding the program but they don't have a very strong pipeline of players coming in so it will always be a challenge for them. Severna Park always has a good flood of talent coming up through the feeder programs.

For football Broadneck probably has the best program followed by South River and Severna Park... well they are a lacrosse school.

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CH the St. Francis of HS Lacrosse; good luck travel the country to find games in 2 years.

Typical MIAA attitude. If you can’t beat them then refuse to play them. lost mentality


CH outscored their opponents last year 265 - 99; my guess is they may be looking for more a challenge on the National Level. Seems to make sense to me; time to move them out of the MIAA.

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Relocating for work from the Philadelphia area. We have an 8th and 6th grade boys. I'd appreciate any insight on the programs (lacrosse & Football) at South River, Broadneck, and Severna Park if any one has them. Thanks.


Severna Park is by far the better lacrosse program, Broadneck would be #2 and SR is a distant 3rd. Broadneck has a good young coaching group that is doing a solid job rebuilding the program but they don't have a very strong pipeline of players coming in so it will always be a challenge for them. Severna Park always has a good flood of talent coming up through the feeder programs.

For football Broadneck probably has the best program followed by South River and Severna Park... well they are a lacrosse school.


Thanks for the info guys.

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Does the rest of the MIAA start to recruit from outside of Maryland? Does anyone really think BL is reserving their new dorms for strictly international students? All good things come to an end like the MSA of old .. MIAA will evolve in one way or the other in the coming years.

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Does the rest of the MIAA start to recruit from outside of Maryland? Does anyone really think BL is reserving their new dorms for strictly international students? All good things come to an end like the MSA of old .. MIAA will evolve in one way or the other in the coming years.


I think the coaches in the MIAA are tired of having the kids stay at their homes........

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CH the St. Francis of HS Lacrosse; good luck travel the country to find games in 2 years.

Typical MIAA attitude. If you can’t beat them then refuse to play them. lost mentality


CH outscored their opponents last year 265 - 99; my guess is they may be looking for more a challenge on the National Level. Seems to make sense to me; time to move them out of the MIAA.

Sounds like they had a good goalie.

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Does the rest of the MIAA start to recruit from outside of Maryland? Does anyone really think BL is reserving their new dorms for strictly international students? All good things come to an end like the MSA of old .. MIAA will evolve in one way or the other in the coming years.


Like what? If you have more than 100 boys per class you are in a different league? If your assistant coaches are middle school science teachers you get spotted 5 goals? Calvert's top 10 are no better than Boys Latin, Mcdough, Gilman, St Pauls, Loyola. Their (Calvert's) second 10 are. Their coaches are. Their systems are (apparently). The MIAA league is top notch as are all the teams in it. It looks like Calvert's coaches and systems are better and they have a lot more kids to work with and develop. Their teams from the past few years all played the same- intense and like they wanted to win. Thats not due to talent and size- that is some serious character that must come from the systems and coaches. You see the same thing in college sports.

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02/26/20 04:18 PM
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What? Don’t give us this high character excuse... The 2 CHC players (twins) from Georgia were men among boys and dominated the middle of the field on offense and defense. They were key contributors to 3 championships. Both were elite level players with immense talent and size.

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Does the rest of the MIAA start to recruit from outside of Maryland? Does anyone really think BL is reserving their new dorms for strictly international students? All good things come to an end like the MSA of old .. MIAA will evolve in one way or the other in the coming years.


Like what? If you have more than 100 boys per class you are in a different league? If your assistant coaches are middle school science teachers you get spotted 5 goals? Calvert's top 10 are no better than Boys Latin, Mcdough, Gilman, St Pauls, Loyola. Their (Calvert's) second 10 are. Their coaches are. Their systems are (apparently). The MIAA league is top notch as are all the teams in it. It looks like Calvert's coaches and systems are better and they have a lot more kids to work with and develop. Their teams from the past few years all played the same- intense and like they wanted to win. Thats not due to talent and size- that is some serious character that must come from the systems and coaches. You see the same thing in college sports.


"Calvert's top 10 are no better than Boys Latin, Mcdough, Gilman, St Pauls, Loyola" CH has 4 players from last year's that made the US U19 team. Another made it pretty far in the process. No other MIAA team had more than 1. It's safe to say their starting 10 was better. And their next 10 are better than any other 2nd 10.Great coaching staff and superior talent. I think it may level off a bit after this year. Could be more like Loyola in the 80s when they were in the finals every year but didn't win every year. And they other finalist would change year to year

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Relocating for work from the Philadelphia area. We have an 8th and 6th grade boys. I'd appreciate any insight on the programs (lacrosse & Football) at South River, Broadneck, and Severna Park if any one has them. Thanks.


If your kids like both sports equally, without question Broadneck has the best program. Not even close. If Lacrosse is all they care about, look in SP. South River is about to change drastically with Crofton High opening up next year. They will be terrible - like they were in the 90s.



Academically South River is ranked much higher than both Severna Park and Broadneck, (USNews) so that's something to consider if that's important to you and your family. Also, it depends on how important it is for your child to play in and win State Championships. Broadneck hasn't won one since 1997, where Severna Park (2004, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019) and South River (2009, 2012, 2014) have been considerably more successful in the recent past.

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What? Don’t give us this high character excuse... The 2 CHC players (twins) from Georgia were men among boys and dominated the middle of the field on offense and defense. They were key contributors to 3 championships. Both were elite level players with immense talent and size.


Im not so sure. There are always great players, some big great players too- and they burn out or don't do what they need to remain great. Those two big twins clearly did what they could to be elite and that takes character.

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Relocating for work from the Philadelphia area. We have an 8th and 6th grade boys. I'd appreciate any insight on the programs (lacrosse & Football) at South River, Broadneck, and Severna Park if any one has them. Thanks.


If your kids like both sports equally, without question Broadneck has the best program. Not even close. If Lacrosse is all they care about, look in SP. South River is about to change drastically with Crofton High opening up next year. They will be terrible - like they were in the 90s.



Academically South River is ranked much higher than both Severna Park and Broadneck, (USNews) so that's something to consider if that's important to you and your family. Also, it depends on how important it is for your child to play in and win State Championships. Broadneck hasn't won one since 1997, where Severna Park (2004, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019) and South River (2009, 2012, 2014) have been considerably more successful in the recent past.


Severna Park runs come to a end this. Not much talent after the 2020 class is gone.
1 or 2 21’s nothing in the 22 or 23 class. Severna park club program was
Late to the party and never got started. A bunch of glorified rec players playing club now. All the talent is leaving public and heading to private now in SP

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Re: Boys High School [Re: B_O_T_C] #299707
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Calvert Hall yawn....you guys put all your eggs in 1 basket.....CH basketball....horrible.......CH football c-.......wrestling...horrible......Besides lacrosse what else is CH dominating? Maybe putting everything into your lacrosse program is not the best thing for your school...the so called stellar multiple sport athletes at Calvert Hall that play lacrosse don’t seem to be getting it done in other sports.....CH may need to reconsider putting everything into lacrosse....

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