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Re: Girls 2025 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #303186 06/22/20 05:16 PM
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MA is now a one day tournament. Maryland clubs doing all they can to avoid refunds

How do you know it is a one day tournament ? Is that published somewhere ?

all the clubs received an email from the tournament with all the specifics of how the event will run this year. you r club should have sent the out to all the familes.


The dominoes have begun. Tourneys (maybe not all) ain’t happening. From the best of the beach website
LGS Lacrosse has made the extremely difficult decision to cancel Best of the Beach 2020. We came to this decision after an in-depth evaluation of the US Lacrosse safe return to play, CDC, state, and local guidelines. Based on the CDC's Considerations for Youth Sports, our events are considered to be at the highest risk level due to the fact we have teams coming from many geographic areas. Even with the switch to a single-day format and countless hours spent planning for all possibilities, LGS Lacrosse feels that we cannot put on an event at the standard you all expect while keeping the health and safety of our athletes, coaches, parents, and referees our top priority.

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Re: Girls 2025 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
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MA is now a one day tournament. Maryland clubs doing all they can to avoid refunds

How do you know it is a one day tournament ? Is that published somewhere ?

all the clubs received an email from the tournament with all the specifics of how the event will run this year. you r club should have sent the out to all the familes.


The dominoes have begun. Tourneys (maybe not all) ain’t happening. From the best of the beach website
LGS Lacrosse has made the extremely difficult decision to cancel Best of the Beach 2020. We came to this decision after an in-depth evaluation of the US Lacrosse safe return to play, CDC, state, and local guidelines. Based on the CDC's Considerations for Youth Sports, our events are considered to be at the highest risk level due to the fact we have teams coming from many geographic areas. Even with the switch to a single-day format and countless hours spent planning for all possibilities, LGS Lacrosse feels that we cannot put on an event at the standard you all expect while keeping the health and safety of our athletes, coaches, parents, and referees our top priority.

Never heard of Best of the beach. Not concerned. Tournaments in MD are happening.

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TheBackOfTheCage #303252 06/24/20 02:21 PM
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Any tournament with the word "Beach" is best avoided at the the prices you pay for club.

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TheBackOfTheCage #303299 06/25/20 02:26 PM
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Tournaments in MD and Delaware are happening. Whether teams travel in is another story.

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Anonymous #303385 06/28/20 11:44 AM
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MA is now a one day tournament. Maryland clubs doing all they can to avoid refunds

How do you know it is a one day tournament ? Is that published somewhere ?

all the clubs received an email from the tournament with all the specifics of how the event will run this year. you r club should have sent the out to all the familes.


The dominoes have begun. Tourneys (maybe not all) ain’t happening. From the best of the beach website
LGS Lacrosse has made the extremely difficult decision to cancel Best of the Beach 2020. We came to this decision after an in-depth evaluation of the US Lacrosse safe return to play, CDC, state, and local guidelines. Based on the CDC's Considerations for Youth Sports, our events are considered to be at the highest risk level due to the fact we have teams coming from many geographic areas. Even with the switch to a single-day format and countless hours spent planning for all possibilities, LGS Lacrosse feels that we cannot put on an event at the standard you all expect while keeping the health and safety of our athletes, coaches, parents, and referees our top priority.

Never heard of Best of the beach. Not concerned. Tournaments in MD are happening.


Excellent, well run and fun tournament in Lake Placid cancelled.

Hello All,

It is with extreme disappointment and sadness that we inform you that we are not permitted to host Session 1 (August 3-9) and Session 2 (August 10-16) Lake Placid Summit Classic in August. After an exhaustive effort of anticipating, planning, and turning over every possible stone, we have received the call we dreaded.

While we have known this to be a possibility all along, we truthfully thought that with enough creative planning, leverage of deep-rooted local relationships, and determination/relentless effort, we could pull it off, but it is clear that the global, economic, and social impacts of this insidious virus are far bigger than we are.

While this was ultimately not our decision, we trust the leaders of Lake Placid, who have supported us and our efforts since day one, and we acknowledge the extreme challenges they face as a small community of ~2,500 residents. We know this decision was difficult for them as well, and it is our highest priority to ensure that we can operate there for another 30 years. Further, you are at the core of who we are, and we would never risk the well-being of our lacrosse community, or the Lake Placid community.

Thank you so much to each of you for your continued support and engagement throughout this very uncertain time. You gave us the energy and motivation to keep fighting, and we sincerely wish the outcome were different for all of us.

In addition to our disappointment not to be together with all of you in August in our favorite place, we cannot hide the significant impact this has on us as a small business. We will do everything in our power to pick up the pieces, sustain our organization, and redirect our attention to planning for Placid 2021.

In the meantime, please review our “LPSC 360 Program” (e-mailed to admins) and inform us of your decision as it relates to your 2020 funds. While there is an administrative fee associated with both credit and refund options, we have passed as little of the burden as possible to you, as we deal with this significant setback. The totality of the coronavirus’ impact on us, the lacrosse industry, and our economy as a whole remains unknown, but we have a deep desire to rebuild with the solidarity and support of our community.

We were excited as ever to deliver lacrosse to you in Placid this summer, and wish everyone continued health and safety as we navigate our way back to the game we all love.

With Gratitude,

George, Ashley, Kevin, Blake & Eric

PS. For anyone who is also involved in the LPSC divisions which have been postponed to September (Men’s 30+ - 65+), we are still moving forward as planned and are hopeful that our event will be permitted by late September.

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Re: Girls 2025 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
TheBackOfTheCage #303427 06/30/20 09:33 AM
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So apparently MDU has recruited two of LBC's goalies. 2026 & 2025 So i guess if you are a MDU 26 East Goalie or MDU 25 East Goalie you should think of plan B. I guess LBC is looking for goalies if you are looking for a home.

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Anonymous #303437 06/30/20 02:44 PM
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So apparently MDU has recruited two of LBC's goalies. 2026 & 2025 So i guess if you are a MDU 26 East Goalie or MDU 25 East Goalie you should think of plan B. I guess LBC is looking for goalies if you are looking for a home.


MD United has a phenomenal group of goalie coaches including MD United alumni (PSU goalie and FL commit). As a parent of a goalie I see that they work at every practice with them and at every tournament they are there to work on mechanics etc. Does LBC provide this to their goalies?
Perhaps some MD United parents recruited them? Perhaps the goalies parents recruited MD United? Just a thought.

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Re: Girls 2025 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #303441 06/30/20 04:20 PM
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Maybe if LBC would follow through with their promises made, they wouldn't be losing so many players. Didn't they lose an entire team at the 2024 age group last year?

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Anonymous #303473 07/01/20 11:58 AM
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Maybe if LBC would follow through with their promises made, they wouldn't be losing so many players. Didn't they lose an entire team at the 2024 age group last year?


Please elaborate what are the promises that LBC made and have not followed through with ?

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Anonymous #303477 07/01/20 02:00 PM
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Maybe if LBC would follow through with their promises made, they wouldn't be losing so many players. Didn't they lose an entire team at the 2024 age group last year?

Be quiet. All clubs make promises and don’t follow through. If you say “not my club”, you are lying.

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Re: Girls 2025 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #303505 07/02/20 04:25 PM
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Maybe if LBC would follow through with their promises made, they wouldn't be losing so many players. Didn't they lose an entire team at the 2024 age group last year?
Be quiet. All clubs make promises and don’t follow through. If you say “not my club”, you are lying.
I'm not sure anyone needs to be told to be quiet but I am curious what the deal is with LBC. My daughter is a 22 and I've never heard anything bad about them

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Re: Girls 2025 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #303513 07/02/20 09:50 PM
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My daughter has played for LBC for a long time and has been a great experience. Parents seem to think the grass is greener on the other side. The cost is very competitive, recruiting has been great and they have great coaches. The 24 players went across the bridge when they weren't able to run the club. Money doesn't buy everything.

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Re: Girls 2025 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
TheBackOfTheCage #303544 07/03/20 11:14 PM
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What happened to draw girl on LBC 2025? Dominated games

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Anonymous #303546 07/04/20 09:11 AM
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I heard she quit playing to focus on basketball. Everyone else seemed to catch up with her size.

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TheBackOfTheCage #303568 07/05/20 02:18 PM
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Anybody see much turnover with girls changing clubs this summer with tryouts? Hard to know what tryouts look like with no spring and summer being limited.

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