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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
TheBackOfTheCage #302605 06/04/20 07:36 AM
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“There are a lot of very good MD teams in this age division. Looneys probably should have been included in the top 20 along with Team 91 MD. Arden Diamondbacks were a top 10 team last year. Where did those players go?“

The majority of the starting squad and second line middies moved to True Annapolis to form the core of the team. I believe one or two moved to Looneys. One or two made the Hawks. A number of the guys moved down a division or two to various other central MD teams like AYLA, Swarm, Rebels, PLC, etc.

The bunch that moved to True were basically the D-Back studs. As such True will be a real power when play resumes later this summer.


Yes, a real power


True Lacrosse, bringing Multi Level Marketing Pyramid scheme style lax to the table. If we tell you your son is good enough, will you pay us more money to be on all these teams. But don't worry, we are telling you he is good. So keep paying us to go all over the place WE promise you he's good. You won the US club lacrosse championship, the last tournament played and US club lacrosse doesn't even respect you enough to put you in the top 25. Even they know the joke of it

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #302614 06/04/20 10:09 AM
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LMAO...My son's 6th grade team is the best! We beat you and we beat them..No one can beat us!! LMAO....


We all cant all be on elite teams. Have your son hit the wall !


WE? Do you play with your son on the team? Is Glory Days your favorite song?

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TheBackOfTheCage #302615 06/04/20 10:11 AM
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Hopefully there is so lacrosse. Probably local only. The fact that hawks and laxachusetts will not play each other for a 2nd consecutive year is beyond ludicrous. They will not get better playing slow motion, unathletic Long Island kids, or the leftover local riffraff. Maybe the two organizations can figure something out


you are an stunad.

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Anonymous #302617 06/04/20 10:37 AM
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The rankings are based on 2019 NLF Opening Event in early June and the NLF Chmpionships in July. If your team didn't play in at least one those tournaments then you are not on USCL radar.

They are correctly assuming that those are the top two youth/High School tournaments in the country.

Food for thought when you are deciding which Club to place your son on in the future if he is any good post puberty.

D1 coaches know that they can see a ton of good kids at these tournaments in the High School Grades as well as the NLF individual invite only events in the Fall.

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TheBackOfTheCage #302623 06/04/20 01:40 PM
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Yes. D1 coaches are just salivating over these 6 grade kids. They know that the Hawks are loaded with D1 talent and they are closely monitoring these boys so they can hand out the scholarships! My son aspires to be like these kids and i as a parent aspire to be like Hawks parents.
Unfortunately for us, our son is only good enough for True, but he is working hard and HITTING THE WALL!!!!!

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Great to see all the banter returning. Hope to see some lacrosse this summer, and in particular to see how good True is. I watched them play in the fall and they were NOT anywhere near elite; they looked like a middle of the pack AAA team. But obviously some parents on this board have a different view. If it were my own son's team I would wait until after they have proven themselves to commence the bragging but that's just me.

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Anonymous #302634 06/04/20 09:34 PM
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Yes. D1 coaches are just salivating over these 6 grade kids. They know that the Hawks are loaded with D1 talent and they are closely monitoring these boys so they can hand out the scholarships! My son aspires to be like these kids and i as a parent aspire to be like Hawks parents.
Unfortunately for us, our son is only good enough for True, but he is working hard and HITTING THE WALL!!!!!


About time, Finally talking the boards advice ! Now Hit the Wall Again !!!!! That D1 Full scholarship is right around the corner ,

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“There are a lot of very good MD teams in this age division. Looneys probably should have been included in the top 20 along with Team 91 MD. Arden Diamondbacks were a top 10 team last year. Where did those players go?“

The majority of the starting squad and second line middies moved to True Annapolis to form the core of the team. I believe one or two moved to Looneys. One or two made the Hawks. A number of the guys moved down a division or two to various other central MD teams like AYLA, Swarm, Rebels, PLC, etc.

The bunch that moved to True were basically the D-Back studs. As such True will be a real power when play resumes later this summer.


Jesus dude. If you want to just talk about True, just talk about True. The one or 2 True parents that come on here and act like someone else is asking a question just so they could talk about themselves is pathetic. we all see through you. Desperation is a stinky cologne..


Wow, Couldnt even make True ! Thats not good

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Anonymous #302637 06/05/20 06:27 AM
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Hopefully there is so lacrosse. Probably local only. The fact that hawks and laxachusetts will not play each other for a 2nd consecutive year is beyond ludicrous. They will not get better playing slow motion, unathletic Long Island kids, or the leftover local riffraff. Maybe the two organizations can figure something out


"slow motion nonathletic long island kids" ?? Wow, you for real dude? Your comment is more than laughable....even more so that its coming from a 6th grade wannabe parent whos obviously living his life through his kid.

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Hopefully there is so lacrosse. Probably local only. The fact that hawks and laxachusetts will not play each other for a 2nd consecutive year is beyond ludicrous. They will not get better playing slow motion, unathletic Long Island kids, or the leftover local riffraff. Maybe the two organizations can figure something out


"slow motion nonathletic long island kids" ?? Wow, you for real dude? Your comment is more than laughable....even more so that its coming from a 6th grade wannabe parent whos obviously living his life through his kid.


Easy there..Let me explain this,

What he means is MD and MA players who should be in 8th and 7th grade and hitting puberty at this time dont find on age prepuberty children in 6th grade one/two years younger that much of a challenge. Only a few on age 6th grade teams can compete at this time from LI.

Might have a point at this time, but in next few years things will change. Playing down sooner or later catches up to you.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Hopefully there is so lacrosse. Probably local only. The fact that hawks and laxachusetts will not play each other for a 2nd consecutive year is beyond ludicrous. They will not get better playing slow motion, unathletic Long Island kids, or the leftover local riffraff. Maybe the two organizations can figure something out


"slow motion nonathletic long island kids" ?? Wow, you for real dude? Your comment is more than laughable....even more so that its coming from a 6th grade wannabe parent whos obviously living his life through his kid.


Easy there..Let me explain this,

What he means is MD and MA players who should be in 8th and 7th grade and hitting puberty at this time dont find on age prepuberty children in 6th grade one/two years younger that much of a challenge. Only a few on age 6th grade teams can compete at this time from LI.

Might have a point at this time, but in next few years things will change. Playing down sooner or later catches up to you.


Keep telling yourself in a few years things will change. Like the little engine that could. We think we can we thin we can!! Guess what, it hasn't and it won't.

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Anonymous #302665 06/05/20 08:58 PM
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Hopefully there is so lacrosse. Probably local only. The fact that hawks and laxachusetts will not play each other for a 2nd consecutive year is beyond ludicrous. They will not get better playing slow motion, unathletic Long Island kids, or the leftover local riffraff. Maybe the two organizations can figure something out


"slow motion nonathletic long island kids" ?? Wow, you for real dude? Your comment is more than laughable....even more so that its coming from a 6th grade wannabe parent whos obviously living his life through his kid.


Easy there..Let me explain this,

What he means is MD and MA players who should be in 8th and 7th grade and hitting puberty at this time dont find on age prepuberty children in 6th grade one/two years younger that much of a challenge. Only a few on age 6th grade teams can compete at this time from LI.

Might have a point at this time, but in next few years things will change. Playing down sooner or later catches up to you.


Keep telling yourself in a few years things will change. Like the little engine that could. We think we can we thin we can!! Guess what, it hasn't and it won't.


Hilarious, I think you might want to look in mirror and say that. LOL

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #302707 06/08/20 09:51 AM
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Will there be tryouts this year

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Anonymous #302711 06/08/20 10:26 AM
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Will there be tryouts this year


I would assume so, clubs are always looking to add good players. Maybe this year every player that wants to return gets to return.

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