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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #306082 08/04/20 08:13 PM
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Hawks have tryouts listed in their website for next weekend. All are welcome. I am sure they would love to see a big turnout.
I heard HoCo kids are headed to them. Careful now, Junior’s spot may be in jeopardy.

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Anonymous #306084 08/04/20 09:16 PM
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Junior loves competition. Bring on the best players in the area and may the best player win the roster spot.

If 10 kids come to Hawks tryouts and displace 10 existing players they only get better. What then? More and louder protests about holdbacks? No longer can claim they are 14. Must now claim they are 15 or 16 if they beat your son’s team. Have to laugh at the circular nature of so many who argue on this forum.

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Anonymous #306094 08/04/20 10:25 PM
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You clowns should go read the high school thread. Holdbacks have been part of the game for decades. heck, colleges Red Shirt players all the time. This is nothing new and the whining and crying is funny. Its not fair. Life isnt fair. You want fair go play rec ball where everyone gets to play equal time and everyone gets a trophy

You are new to game I see. Youth lacrosse up to 9th grade has been age based for over 50 years up until just 6 years ago, The best club teams in area then were either the Crabs/Breakers U15 or U13 teams. Sometimes Rock.

You are obviously a holdback apologist whose son can not compete on age in youth lacrosse. Youth lacrosse is completely out of control letting all these prefirst( kindergarten holdback) and holdbacks/reclass mainly from the MIAA schools play Down. Giving select kids an advantage others dont get because they didnt hold their child back is wrong in youth lacrosse.

Get your advantage in HS..That has always been by grade

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #306096 08/04/20 10:51 PM
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Um, lets see ... Hawks go 68-2 against elite competition, routinely win by 5-10 goals, and their team is 99% 12 year olds, with some 11 year olds sprinkled in. Okay, got it.

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Anonymous #306102 08/05/20 05:50 AM
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Um, lets see ... Hawks go 68-2 against elite competition, routinely win by 5-10 goals, and their team is 99% 12 year olds, with some 11 year olds sprinkled in. Okay, got it.

Correct. Good. Now how about those PLL games.....?

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Um, lets see ... Hawks go 68-2 against elite competition, routinely win by 5-10 goals, and their team is 99% 12 year olds, with some 11 year olds sprinkled in. Okay, got it.

Perhaps you should take a book to practice and read!

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Um, lets see ... Hawks go 68-2 against elite competition, routinely win by 5-10 goals, and their team is 99% 12 year olds, with some 11 year olds sprinkled in. Okay, got it.

Hawks have kids from at least 6 different counties, districted for at least 10 different High Schools, they have 4 kids who turned 13 between June and this August, and 18 players who are on age. The 4 aren’t the kids you all think they are.

Oh, and they work their tails off at practice and compete in every drill. But it couldn’t possibly be preparation and hard work, they must all be older, right?

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Um, lets see ... Hawks go 68-2 against elite competition, routinely win by 5-10 goals, and their team is 99% 12 year olds, with some 11 year olds sprinkled in. Okay, got it.


Pretty impressive record for a 2025 team playing in 2026 brackets.

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Anonymous #306110 08/05/20 07:57 AM
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Um, lets see ... Hawks go 68-2 against elite competition, routinely win by 5-10 goals, and their team is 99% 12 year olds, with some 11 year olds sprinkled in. Okay, got it.

Hawks have kids from at least 6 different counties, districted for at least 10 different High Schools, they have 4 kids who turned 13 between June and this August, and 18 players who are on age. The 4 aren’t the kids you all think they are.

Oh, and they work their tails off at practice and compete in every drill. But it couldn’t possibly be preparation and hard work, they must all be older, right?

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Haters can come to tryouts and see for themselves.

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Um, lets see ... Hawks go 68-2 against elite competition, routinely win by 5-10 goals, and their team is 99% 12 year olds, with some 11 year olds sprinkled in. Okay, got it.

Hawks have kids from at least 6 different counties, districted for at least 10 different High Schools, they have 4 kids who turned 13 between June and this August, and 18 players who are on age. The 4 aren’t the kids you all think they are.

Oh, and they work their tails off at practice and compete in every drill. But it couldn’t possibly be preparation and hard work, they must all be older, right?


Forgot to mention a pretty solid mix of private and public school kids as well.

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Anonymous #306113 08/05/20 08:24 AM
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Um, lets see ... Hawks go 68-2 against elite competition, routinely win by 5-10 goals, and their team is 99% 12 year olds, with some 11 year olds sprinkled in. Okay, got it.

Hawks have kids from at least 6 different counties, districted for at least 10 different High Schools, they have 4 kids who turned 13 between June and this August, and 18 players who are on age. The 4 aren’t the kids you all think they are.

Oh, and they work their tails off at practice and compete in every drill. But it couldn’t possibly be preparation and hard work, they must all be older, right?

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Haters can come to tryouts and see for themselves.


Sorry, my son wouldn't qualify since he wouldn't meet the holdback requirement.

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Anonymous #306117 08/05/20 08:54 AM
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Um, lets see ... Hawks go 68-2 against elite competition, routinely win by 5-10 goals, and their team is 99% 12 year olds, with some 11 year olds sprinkled in. Okay, got it.

Hawks have kids from at least 6 different counties, districted for at least 10 different High Schools, they have 4 kids who turned 13 between June and this August, and 18 players who are on age. The 4 aren’t the kids you all think they are.

Oh, and they work their tails off at practice and compete in every drill. But it couldn’t possibly be preparation and hard work, they must all be older, right?


Forgot to mention a pretty solid mix of private and public school kids as well.

With your knowledge of all the player Birthdays, are you the official Birthday party planner for Hawks ??

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Anonymous #306119 08/05/20 08:58 AM
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Um, lets see ... Hawks go 68-2 against elite competition, routinely win by 5-10 goals, and their team is 99% 12 year olds, with some 11 year olds sprinkled in. Okay, got it.

Hawks have kids from at least 6 different counties, districted for at least 10 different High Schools, they have 4 kids who turned 13 between June and this August, and 18 players who are on age. The 4 aren’t the kids you all think they are.

Oh, and they work their tails off at practice and compete in every drill. But it couldn’t possibly be preparation and hard work, they must all be older, right?

👆🏼👆🏼👆🏼👆🏼👆🏼👆🏼👆🏼👆🏼

Haters can come to tryouts and see for themselves.


Sorry, my son wouldn't qualify since he wouldn't meet the holdback requirement.

"The world needs ditch diggers too"

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
TheBackOfTheCage #306130 08/05/20 10:27 AM
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Nice try Hawks Dad. News flash, the Hawks opponents have talented players who work their butts off too. If a team is on age and works extra hard, that would explain maybe a 70-80% winning percentage against elite competition, but not 100%, and not with 5-10 goal margins in every single game.

In all seriousness, why doesn't this group play, at least occasionally, in 2025 tournaments and get competitive games week to week. Is the 68-2 record really helping the boys get better, or is it helping Hawks dads cope with their own issues - I wonder if the Hawks Dad who bragged about the 68-2 record is the same one who is angry that opposing teams' parents drive SUV's?

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TheBackOfTheCage #306131 08/05/20 10:36 AM
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Here's the info for tryouts. Feel free to come and talk to the parents and coaches.

August 15, Saturday 2:00-4:00 pm

August 16, Sunday, 11:30-1:30 pm

Annapolis HS Turf III


https://www.annapolishawks.com/hawks-tryout-registration3

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