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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #303977 07/13/20 03:49 PM
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91 beats Crabs 9-3? Thats an impressive showing.

Hardly. Crabs missing many players and its not 8th grade where it matters and Crabs stock up.

I am assuming those same kids were out still on Saturday?

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Anonymous #303979 07/13/20 04:54 PM
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91 beats Crabs 9-3? Thats an impressive showing.

Hardly. Crabs missing many players and its not 8th grade where it matters and Crabs stock up.

I am assuming those same kids were out still on Saturday?
It will be their excuse all summer. Kind of like 91’s excuse of it being too windy.

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Anonymous #303981 07/13/20 06:47 PM
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Crabs should move out of elite and let another team in.
Performance should equal level of play.
Time to move on and find another competitive club.
Move Roughriders or Bay Raiders up.
Those teams are well coached and play classy.

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Anonymous #303996 07/14/20 07:40 AM
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Crabs should move out of elite and let another team in.
Performance should equal level of play.
Time to move on and find another competitive club.
Move Roughriders or Bay Raiders up.
Those teams are well coached and play classy.

I concur. Both of those teams play top level in summer tourneys. Let them play with the big boys in the Spring too. They can handle it. They may need to add some holdbacks to their rosters to win, but both teams are worthy.

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Anonymous #303997 07/14/20 08:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Crabs should move out of elite and let another team in.
Performance should equal level of play.
Time to move on and find another competitive club.
Move Roughriders or Bay Raiders up.
Those teams are well coached and play classy.

I concur. Both of those teams play top level in summer tourneys. Let them play with the big boys in the Spring too. They can handle it. They may need to add some holdbacks to their rosters to win, but both teams are worthy.

I would agree as well. Both of these teams competed against what is being considered elite teams in Crabs and FCA and played them both well. Looney's, Crabs and Next Level should be playing AAA; Roughriders and Bay Raiders would give better competition to the elite level teams.

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Crabs should move out of elite and let another team in.
Performance should equal level of play.
Time to move on and find another competitive club.
Move Roughriders or Bay Raiders up.
Those teams are well coached and play classy.

I concur. Both of those teams play top level in summer tourneys. Let them play with the big boys in the Spring too. They can handle it. They may need to add some holdbacks to their rosters to win, but both teams are worthy.

I would agree as well. Both of these teams competed against what is being considered elite teams in Crabs and FCA and played them both well. Looney's, Crabs and Next Level should be playing AAA; Roughriders and Bay Raiders would give better competition to the elite level teams.

Roughriders is listed in the A bracket at Summer Exposure this year. Bayraiders is at least up in AA. Will be a good chance to see how they compete against BLC, Hawks, Crabs, VLC. But if you are going to rally for a team to be moved to Elite, they should probably be playing in the Highest bracket of summer tournaments.

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Anonymous #304013 07/14/20 11:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Crabs should move out of elite and let another team in.
Performance should equal level of play.
Time to move on and find another competitive club.
Move Roughriders or Bay Raiders up.
Those teams are well coached and play classy.

I concur. Both of those teams play top level in summer tourneys. Let them play with the big boys in the Spring too. They can handle it. They may need to add some holdbacks to their rosters to win, but both teams are worthy.

I would agree as well. Both of these teams competed against what is being considered elite teams in Crabs and FCA and played them both well. Looney's, Crabs and Next Level should be playing AAA; Roughriders and Bay Raiders would give better competition to the elite level teams.

Roughriders is listed in the A bracket at Summer Exposure this year. Bayraiders is at least up in AA. Will be a good chance to see how they compete against BLC, Hawks, Crabs, VLC. But if you are going to rally for a team to be moved to Elite, they should probably be playing in the Highest bracket of summer tournaments.

Is the schedule out? I did not see anything but you make a valid point with Roughriders.

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Anonymous #304016 07/14/20 12:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Crabs should move out of elite and let another team in.
Performance should equal level of play.
Time to move on and find another competitive club.
Move Roughriders or Bay Raiders up.
Those teams are well coached and play classy.

I concur. Both of those teams play top level in summer tourneys. Let them play with the big boys in the Spring too. They can handle it. They may need to add some holdbacks to their rosters to win, but both teams are worthy.

I would agree as well. Both of these teams competed against what is being considered elite teams in Crabs and FCA and played them both well. Looney's, Crabs and Next Level should be playing AAA; Roughriders and Bay Raiders would give better competition to the elite level teams.

Roughriders is listed in the A bracket at Summer Exposure this year. Bayraiders is at least up in AA. Will be a good chance to see how they compete against BLC, Hawks, Crabs, VLC. But if you are going to rally for a team to be moved to Elite, they should probably be playing in the Highest bracket of summer tournaments.

If you don’t regularly play In NAL or NLF Tournaments you are not elite. HoCo placement doesn’t count.

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Anonymous #304027 07/14/20 02:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Crabs should move out of elite and let another team in.
Performance should equal level of play.
Time to move on and find another competitive club.
Move Roughriders or Bay Raiders up.
Those teams are well coached and play classy.

I concur. Both of those teams play top level in summer tourneys. Let them play with the big boys in the Spring too. They can handle it. They may need to add some holdbacks to their rosters to win, but both teams are worthy.

I would agree as well. Both of these teams competed against what is being considered elite teams in Crabs and FCA and played them both well. Looney's, Crabs and Next Level should be playing AAA; Roughriders and Bay Raiders would give better competition to the elite level teams.

Roughriders is listed in the A bracket at Summer Exposure this year. Bayraiders is at least up in AA. Will be a good chance to see how they compete against BLC, Hawks, Crabs, VLC. But if you are going to rally for a team to be moved to Elite, they should probably be playing in the Highest bracket of summer tournaments.

Is the schedule out? I did not see anything but you make a valid point with Roughriders.

Go to Hogan Lax and you can see what division each team is in if you look at each tournament. Some teams even disappeared completely as others were added!!

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True officially bailed it looks like.

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TheBackOfTheCage #304035 07/14/20 03:12 PM
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Did anyone go to Hogan Hershey this past weekend? Were there any good teams at the 2026 level? Heard some team I never heard of cleaned up the AA division...

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I was there with my son in another age group and did not see any of the 2026 teams in person. But it looks like the Texas teams cleaned up and NextLevel went 0-5. The overall level of competition in all divisions that I normally watch (2028, 2027, 2026, and 2025) was way below what is normally seen in Hershey.

In case anybody on this thread cares, in the 2027 final game, NextLevel and MadLax had a great game; both those teams are looking strong.

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TheBackOfTheCage #304045 07/14/20 04:02 PM
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This weekend at YoungGunz, Roughriders, Crabs, and VLC will get a chance to play each other.

I would love to know who MadLax is playing in Poolesville but it is not up on Tourney App.

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This weekend at YoungGunz, Roughriders, Crabs, and VLC will get a chance to play each other.

I would love to know who MadLax is playing in Poolesville but it is not up on Tourney App.
Don’t be surprised if you see some “players who couldn’t make it last week” on the sideline this weekend.

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Anonymous #304063 07/14/20 07:09 PM
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This weekend at YoungGunz, Roughriders, Crabs, and VLC will get a chance to play each other.

I would love to know who MadLax is playing in Poolesville but it is not up on Tourney App.
Don’t be surprised if you see some “players who couldn’t make it last week” on the sideline this weekend.
Crabs tourney, crabs advantage. Go crabs

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