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Re: Girls 2023 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #306481 08/09/20 09:42 AM
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SkyWalkers on the move. Well coached and disciplined. Should be ranked #1. Lots of unselfish play and constant motion on offense to distract defenses. M&D has plenty of talent, but struggle only running isolation to score. That worked in Middle School, not at this age. Heros lost players and coach rants from sidelines. Girls walking off sidelines in tears is never a sign of steadfast coaching. Offense is one dimensional and ball movement lacks with only few players getting touches.
Legacy is a dark horse to watch. Plenty of talent and have a good defensive scheme that others fail to understand.
God you people are hilarious. In one breath- heroes is the best! How can anyone leave hero’s, they have the best coaching! That breath barely exhaled- offense one dimensional, poor coaching. Good grief.

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Anonymous #306489 08/09/20 10:36 AM
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Read the post. That is an objective view of top teams that have been playing. Others post nonsense and call parents out. Look at the teams that have been playing THIS summer. Not previous records or accomplishments from years past or clubs older teams. That is the past.

SkyWalkers have dominated play this summer. Then M&D and Legacy, followed by Heros. Top Guns and Yellow Jackets will be in the conversation at some point, but have not played, so should not be commented about. Stop being a parent. Watch the games and assess the teams.

SkyWalkers are well balanced in all areas. Playing as a team and unselfishly. Heros went from a top contender to losing multiple games. The loss of one or two players should not make a team, if they do, then your team is one dimensional and the coaching has not adjusted. M&D have lost games this summer. The high impact attack players that dominated in isolation plays have been figured out as girls have become older. Legacy operates a good defense which makes them a contender and utilizes ball movement and fast cuts to score.

Watch games, stop being a parent. Be objective.

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TheBackOfTheCage #306496 08/09/20 11:42 AM
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Don't forget about Elite lacrosse. Unfortunately they didn't get to play SW's this summer.

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Anonymous #306501 08/09/20 01:38 PM
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Don't forget about Elite lacrosse. Unfortunately they didn't get to play SW's this summer.

Lol. Sure they have some good athletes but Elite but it is a no name club. Those parents should do their kids a favor and take them to a club they could actually get recruited from.

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Anonymous #306502 08/09/20 02:35 PM
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Don't forget about Elite lacrosse. Unfortunately they didn't get to play SW's this summer.

Lol. Sure they have some good athletes but Elite but it is a no name club. Those parents should do their kids a favor and take them to a club they could actually get recruited from.

That’s not a nice thing to say. Elite has a great director and solid teams/players. Those uniform colors are also “on fleek.”

I’m a Skywalker parent and don’t appreciate one of our own “throwing shade.” There are a lot of great teams out there and great lacrosse being played. We’re very fortunate that our daughters can compete. Good luck with the next year to all and their recruiting journey.

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Anonymous #306507 08/09/20 03:08 PM
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Glad SkyWalkers rise to the occasion and keep it classy. That’s how parents should be. Not whining about this and that, complaining about calls, or bragging about how older teams did and didn’t do. Evaluate your daughter’s team and live in the moment, not what happened last fall or last year.

Bitter parents won’t realize what outside coaches see; unselfish ball movement and while one girl may stand out, it takes an entire team to win. If you read the initial post, it’s factual, not emotional. Someone was upset about the coaching comment, well, it starts at the top and that is the coach. A coach can have all the talent, but won’t win if they play as individuals.

Competition in the 23s is extremely high. The team to beat is SkyWalkers. The key word in that last sentence, TEAM.

Elite is a well rounded team and are extremely well coached.

The recruiting journey will be challenging for all the girls in every club. Best of luck

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Anonymous #306509 08/09/20 03:28 PM
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Don't forget about Elite lacrosse. Unfortunately they didn't get to play SW's this summer.

Lol. Sure they have some good athletes but Elite but it is a no name club. Those parents should do their kids a favor and take them to a club they could actually get recruited from.

That’s not a nice thing to say. Elite has a great director and solid teams/players. Those uniform colors are also “on fleek.”

I’m a Skywalker parent and don’t appreciate one of our own “throwing shade.” There are a lot of great teams out there and great lacrosse being played. We’re very fortunate that our daughters can compete. Good luck with the next year to all and their recruiting journey.

I have seen the 2023 Elite team play some good lacrosse. I don't know about them having any other good teams though. I believe the rest of their teams are C level at best.

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Don't forget about Elite lacrosse. Unfortunately they didn't get to play SW's this summer.

Lol. Sure they have some good athletes but Elite but it is a no name club. Those parents should do their kids a favor and take them to a club they could actually get recruited from.

That’s not a nice thing to say. Elite has a great director and solid teams/players. Those uniform colors are also “on fleek.”

I’m a Skywalker parent and don’t appreciate one of our own “throwing shade.” There are a lot of great teams out there and great lacrosse being played. We’re very fortunate that our daughters can compete. Good luck with the next year to all and their recruiting journey.

Elite who? Never heard of them.

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Don't forget about Elite lacrosse. Unfortunately they didn't get to play SW's this summer.

Lol. Sure they have some good athletes but Elite but it is a no name club. Those parents should do their kids a favor and take them to a club they could actually get recruited from.

That’s not a nice thing to say. Elite has a great director and solid teams/players. Those uniform colors are also “on fleek.”

I’m a Skywalker parent and don’t appreciate one of our own “throwing shade.” There are a lot of great teams out there and great lacrosse being played. We’re very fortunate that our daughters can compete. Good luck with the next year to all and their recruiting journey.

Elite who? Never heard of them.
Elite has beat SkyWalkers every time we have played them.

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Anonymous #306517 08/09/20 04:49 PM
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Don't forget about Elite lacrosse. Unfortunately they didn't get to play SW's this summer.

Lol. Sure they have some good athletes but Elite but it is a no name club. Those parents should do their kids a favor and take them to a club they could actually get recruited from.

That’s not a nice thing to say. Elite has a great director and solid teams/players. Those uniform colors are also “on fleek.”

I’m a Skywalker parent and don’t appreciate one of our own “throwing shade.” There are a lot of great teams out there and great lacrosse being played. We’re very fortunate that our daughters can compete. Good luck with the next year to all and their recruiting journey.

Elite who? Never heard of them.

You ever heard of “Google”? I specifically saw their 2019’s that were very solid and so are their 23’s. No need to puff out your chest that their team is inferior.

MD United 23 East had a decent outing this weekend as well. Kudos to them. The game to watch this past weekend was Legacy/Jesters. Very competitive.

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