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Re: Top Boy's Club Teams in New Jersey
Anonymous #306715 08/11/20 07:59 AM
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Any turth to Mad Dog 2025 team breaking up? Rummor parents are contacting NJLC to take the entire team after their coach got sacked

Why NJLC, geography?....If it is a matter of convenience, they would be better off bringing a team to United. If the team is good enough, United will put them in good tournaments.
Its ture but the dad trying to move some of the players should get asked to leave the team after his behavior this weekend. Alcohol and youth sports don't mix.

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Any turth to Mad Dog 2025 team breaking up? Rummor parents are contacting NJLC to take the entire team after their coach got sacked

Why NJLC, geography?....If it is a matter of convenience, they would be better off bringing a team to United. If the team is good enough, United will put them in good tournaments.
Its ture but the dad trying to move some of the players should get asked to leave the team after his behavior this weekend. Alcohol and youth sports don't mix.

That's very unfortunate, sorry for the boys and parents that have to deal with that kind of situation.

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Re: Top Boy's Club Teams in New Jersey
TM@BOTC #306855 08/12/20 03:12 PM
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Lots of talk about the HS teams, but what are the best 2025 and 2026 NJ teams out there (7th and 8th grade).

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Anonymous #306862 08/12/20 04:22 PM
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2025 - Tri-state, Mad Dog, BBL Black and Jersey Express (formerly Tribal)
2026 - BBL Black, Jersey Express, and United

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Anonymous #306886 08/13/20 06:25 AM
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2025 - Tri-state, Mad Dog, BBL Black and Jersey Express (formerly Tribal)
2026 - BBL Black, Jersey Express, and United
United lost a bunch of games last weekend. Not sure why they would be a top team?

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Re: Top Boy's Club Teams in New Jersey
Anonymous #306892 08/13/20 07:21 AM
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Jersey Express. (Tribal) i believe the express program will help South Jersey Lacrosse. The program Tribal merged with Mike CoachC and Express program, he will have his finger prints all over the jersey program.

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2025 - Tri-state, Mad Dog, BBL Black and Jersey Express (formerly Tribal)
2026 - BBL Black, Jersey Express, and United
United lost a bunch of games last weekend. Not sure why they would be a top team?
Was this listed made someone at BBL or Tribal?
Alot of 2025 Mad Dog, BBL &Tri-State kids at Jersey Express and Leading Edge tryouts. I guess the NLF does mean something

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Seems like a lot of kids at both the 2025 and 2026 level are leaving BBL this year.

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At the 2026, lots of BBL players at various tryouts.

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At the 2026, lots of BBL players at various tryouts.
Leading Edge making a push down to build teams before they get to 8th grade

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Anonymous #306912 08/13/20 11:23 AM
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NJ 2026 best team is Towermen.... not even a question

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Towermen is likely getting better. They are getting several players including an attackman, a goalie and others from BBL

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Anonymous #306928 08/13/20 01:20 PM
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At the 2026, lots of BBL players at various tryouts.
Leading Edge making a push down to build teams before they get to 8th grade

Why is this any different than other years, they just cannot seem to draw the younger kids. Perhaps parents would rather stick with local programs, less travel for practices, etc. before committing to LE. The other problem is that many are turned off by the fact that LE does not show a ton of loyalty when the teams hit high school. LE has had some great high school teams over the years, but they have had a lot of trouble recently competing with the other NLF programs, many of those NLF teams know how to play the re-class game very well. Go to any large tournament and look at the players that teams like the Crabs are putting on the field in high school. While most teams have two or three big kids, these big MD programs have the size and height across the whole roster, not to mention the guest players that tend to show up. As for kids going to several tryouts, this is exactly what parents should do if they are not happy with their current product, but the grass is not always greener on a big name teams.

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L.E. does get some kids recruited. But why play there when younger unless there is some loyalty to current players. Good players can just play locally or for some other club and then if LE is good and they are good move over there in HS. I do not think LE is the only program without loyalty to current players, but it is a bad reputation for a team to have.

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Anonymous #306938 08/13/20 02:34 PM
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L.E. does get some kids recruited. But why play there when younger unless there is some loyalty to current players. Good players can just play locally or for some other club and then if LE is good and they are good move over there in HS. I do not think LE is the only program without loyalty to current players, but it is a bad reputation for a team to have.

Amazing when people actually agree on these forums...and I do agree that LE is not the only club with loyalty issues.

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