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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
TheBackOfTheCage #310013 09/17/20 02:03 PM
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Sounds like you're the racist; this board is about lacrosse not race baiting so go find someplace else to post your stuff.


And the biggest snowflake on the forum award goes to??????

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #310016 09/17/20 02:15 PM
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Looneys parent...It's 3 kids who came from Forest Hill that are contributing to the team. Rest of the team are the same kids who have been with us for years except 2 defensemen that we added from other elite level teams. Take it easy.

You have at least 5 kids on your roster that came from Forrest Hill.

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Anonymous #310021 09/17/20 03:06 PM
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This discussion should steer away from the playing time or ability of any particular RR player in the VLC game. The gap between the two teams was pretty substantial at every position, not just one.

Instead let's talk about the RR attack-man who blind-sided the VLC goalie with a cross check to the head, off-ball, causing him to leave the game in the second quarter and not return. I was happy to see VLC score three goals in the ensuing full time (1 min) penalty, but there should have been an ejection, especially when the game already was such a blowout that a non-releasable penalty was fairly meaningless. Kudos to the RR coaches for benching the cheap-shotter until late fourth quarter, and kudos also to the VLC players and coaches for not retaliating when he returned to the game.

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #310023 09/17/20 03:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Looneys parent...It's 3 kids who came from Forest Hill that are contributing to the team. Rest of the team are the same kids who have been with us for years except 2 defensemen that we added from other elite level teams. Take it easy.

You have at least 5 kids on your roster that came from Forrest Hill.

4 kids from forest hill. 3 kids get significant playing time and 1 is a developmental player.

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #310026 09/17/20 04:07 PM
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I know little about Looneys and zero about Forrest Hill rec, so can somebody explain why this matters? Looneys has started strong in HoCo and apparently has recruited 3-4 players from this rec program. But why is this newsworthy and why does it matter exactly how many? Maybe I am thick but I am not following this debate at all.

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #310027 09/17/20 04:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
This discussion should steer away from the playing time or ability of any particular RR player in the VLC game. The gap between the two teams was pretty substantial at every position, not just one.

Instead let's talk about the RR attack-man who blind-sided the VLC goalie with a cross check to the head, off-ball, causing him to leave the game in the second quarter and not return. I was happy to see VLC score three goals in the ensuing full time (1 min) penalty, but there should have been an ejection, especially when the game already was such a blowout that a non-releasable penalty was fairly meaningless. Kudos to the RR coaches for benching the cheap-shotter until late fourth quarter, and kudos also to the VLC players and coaches for not retaliating when he returned to the game.
Was he out of the crease?

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Anonymous #310028 09/17/20 05:24 PM
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huh?

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
This discussion should steer away from the playing time or ability of any particular RR player in the VLC game. The gap between the two teams was pretty substantial at every position, not just one.

Instead let's talk about the RR attack-man who blind-sided the VLC goalie with a cross check to the head, off-ball, causing him to leave the game in the second quarter and not return. I was happy to see VLC score three goals in the ensuing full time (1 min) penalty, but there should have been an ejection, especially when the game already was such a blowout that a non-releasable penalty was fairly meaningless. Kudos to the RR coaches for benching the cheap-shotter until late fourth quarter, and kudos also to the VLC players and coaches for not retaliating when he returned to the game.
Maybe it was payback for the ridiculous cheap shot VLC took on the PA RR kid and stood over him to yell stay the F down as time expired and VLC lost to PA RR at Blue Hen...karma is a B!

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TheBackOfTheCage #310031 09/17/20 05:49 PM
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Looneys developmental players is from Hereford. Not forest Hill. Get your facts straight.

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Anonymous #310032 09/17/20 05:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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This discussion should steer away from the playing time or ability of any particular RR player in the VLC game. The gap between the two teams was pretty substantial at every position, not just one.

Instead let's talk about the RR attack-man who blind-sided the VLC goalie with a cross check to the head, off-ball, causing him to leave the game in the second quarter and not return. I was happy to see VLC score three goals in the ensuing full time (1 min) penalty, but there should have been an ejection, especially when the game already was such a blowout that a non-releasable penalty was fairly meaningless. Kudos to the RR coaches for benching the cheap-shotter until late fourth quarter, and kudos also to the VLC players and coaches for not retaliating when he returned to the game.
Was he out of the crease?
Don't know and it doesn't matter.

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #310039 09/17/20 07:08 PM
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Looneys developmental players is from Hereford. Not forest Hill. Get your facts straight.

Way to much attention being paid to something that doesn’t matter.

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #310040 09/17/20 07:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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This discussion should steer away from the playing time or ability of any particular RR player in the VLC game. The gap between the two teams was pretty substantial at every position, not just one.

Instead let's talk about the RR attack-man who blind-sided the VLC goalie with a cross check to the head, off-ball, causing him to leave the game in the second quarter and not return. I was happy to see VLC score three goals in the ensuing full time (1 min) penalty, but there should have been an ejection, especially when the game already was such a blowout that a non-releasable penalty was fairly meaningless. Kudos to the RR coaches for benching the cheap-shotter until late fourth quarter, and kudos also to the VLC players and coaches for not retaliating when he returned to the game.
Maybe it was payback for the ridiculous cheap shot VLC took on the PA RR kid and stood over him to yell stay the F down as time expired and VLC lost to PA RR at Blue Hen...karma is a B!
Lol, the last thing we need in youth lax is organizations having clubs in different states getting retribution for their sister teams.

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #310046 09/17/20 07:59 PM
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It wasn't retribution for anything from a past game; the RR attackman was frustrated with the present game and made an extremely dirty play. According to parent banter from his own team it was not the first time, which probably explains why he was benched for two quarters.

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Anonymous #310050 09/17/20 08:51 PM
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It wasn't retribution for anything from a past game; the RR attackman was frustrated with the present game and made an extremely dirty play. According to parent banter from his own team it was not the first time, which probably explains why he was benched for two quarters.
I call BS on the parent banter. He is a well liked kid who doesn’t play dirty. He was frustrated, it got the best of him, and he served the time. Stop trying to insinuate otherwise.

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Anonymous #310052 09/17/20 09:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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It wasn't retribution for anything from a past game; the RR attackman was frustrated with the present game and made an extremely dirty play. According to parent banter from his own team it was not the first time, which probably explains why he was benched for two quarters.
I call BS on the parent banter. He is a well liked kid who doesn’t play dirty. He was frustrated, it got the best of him, and he served the time. Stop trying to insinuate otherwise.
All this talk of dirty play, cheap sots, retribution etc is silly. We are talking about 12 yr olds here. They are all stunads an make mistakes when aggression and is involved. Unless there was a legit injury which no one seems to claim lets let the boys settle it on the field.

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