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Re: New England Prep School Lacrosse
ctlaxdad #302210 05/21/20 10:28 AM
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Choate ranked???

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ctlaxdad #302212 05/21/20 11:10 AM
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You will see a fallout of players in this league due to pandemic costs and reduction of 70k scholarships.

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Anonymous #302223 05/21/20 07:57 PM
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Culver coach left for Lawrenceville.

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Anonymous #302224 05/21/20 07:59 PM
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Choate was good last season but graduated top 3 attack so well see if they can reload.

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ctlaxdad #302225 05/21/20 08:01 PM
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It's possible. However if full rides were given prior to pandemic hitting and contracts signed they will be in place for this year.

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Re: New England Prep School Lacrosse
Anonymous #302231 05/22/20 08:33 AM
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That is completely false it is actually opposite people are going to these schools next year because they will be back and public schools will be still at home .. Take a look at the CDC guidelines for kids in public school next year tell me why you would want to send your kid

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Anonymous #302234 05/22/20 10:09 AM
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That is completely false it is actually opposite people are going to these schools next year because they will be back and public schools will be still at home .. Take a look at the CDC guidelines for kids in public school next year tell me why you would want to send your kid

Agreed would rather send to prep.

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Anonymous #302271 05/24/20 02:22 PM
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Just curious, what is the holding back cut off point? If you hold back 1 year and your kid is still are not a stud, how far back does it become super lost? 2,3.4 years? Of course their grades should be through the roof doing 8th grade over and over but is there a point where even the superdouche parents have a little pink polo shirt and kaki short angel over their shoulder saying OK, lets try golf.... lacrosse isn't working.


Not all children are held back so dad feels better about himself. Some have learning disorders that need additional time to either develop executive skills or simply take longer to learn or figure school and athletics out. If parents have the means to send their child to a private school and get a better education why bash them?
By the way, once in high school it doesn't matter how old you are as you can play as high as your ability and effort allow.

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ctlaxdad #302301 05/26/20 09:11 AM
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Anyone hear anything from their school regarding going back to school in fall early or on time?

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Anonymous #302359 05/27/20 04:13 PM
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Lots of hard work from Choate coaches this year. Strong indoor season, heavy strength program. Look out next season, they are top 3 in Founders.

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Anonymous #302371 05/27/20 09:55 PM
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Ahead of Salisbury, Brunswick, Taft, AOF, TP? Maybe. They lost some strong attack from last year. Brunswick and Salisbury reload again. Taft has some crazy PG's
and Trinity-Pawling and AOF both recruited well. We'll see

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Anonymous #302374 05/27/20 11:07 PM
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Lots of hard work from Choate coaches this year. Strong indoor season, heavy strength program. Look out next season, they are top 3 in Founders.



Nah, they didn't get any incoming talent. Will stay a few steps behind.

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Anonymous #302376 05/28/20 09:15 AM
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Not true, a number of new players, local CT kids, TX, NJ, and CA. Started last year building with 4 year players. Express and WCS players.

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ctlaxdad #302397 05/28/20 12:07 PM
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Again...Everyone recruits for lacrosse especially transfers and PG's. No reason to think a few new players at Choate will change things much this season. Possibly in future.

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ctlaxdad #302483 06/01/20 10:44 AM
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What about girls in this situation. Are scholarships/recruiting/PG the same with girls ? One doesn’t hear of PG for girls, is it even a thing ?

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