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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #310353 09/23/20 11:05 AM
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No. Hamilton Football. Big Boy Football. Not the Rec team that your "physical" kids play.

Please.....Hamilton football is a joke and another money grab. Why am I not surprised 91 parents have their kids playing “big boy football”? Btw there isn’t a BIG BOY FOOTBALL player on that team. Small and Soft = 91 2026. Hilarious

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #310354 09/23/20 11:07 AM
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So funny that 91 and Hawks aren't even playing and yet their dads come on this board and run their mouths over nothing.

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Anonymous #310356 09/23/20 11:07 AM
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Soccer?


No. Hamilton Football. Big Boy Football. Not the Rec team that your "physical" kids play.

I thought that AA county was the only county playing football...

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Anonymous #310361 09/23/20 11:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Soccer?


No. Hamilton Football. Big Boy Football. Not the Rec team that your "physical" kids play.

Doesn't seem to be helping them. Spent the end of summer watching them get run over!!

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Anonymous #310362 09/23/20 11:33 AM
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Soccer?


No. Hamilton Football. Big Boy Football. Not the Rec team that your "physical" kids play.

I thought that AA county was the only county playing football...

AA county football is a joke. Their county champs get hammered every year in first round of states.

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
TheBackOfTheCage #310371 09/23/20 12:56 PM
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I held back my son. Best decision I ever made. Giving him that advantage has already paid off huge and I'm sure it will continue to do so. Just saying...

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Anonymous #310374 09/23/20 01:18 PM
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I held back my son. Best decision I ever made. Giving him that advantage has already paid off huge and I'm sure it will continue to do so. Just saying...
Congrats on stunting his social development and taking him away from his friends. Getting to play lax at that D3 school with a 1050 avg SAT vs. the one he would have attended with a 1030 avg. will make it all worthwhile.

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I held back my son. Best decision I ever made. Giving him that advantage has already paid off huge and I'm sure it will continue to do so. Just saying...

what's the upside of him playing vs younger kids besides improved confidence?

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I held back my son. Best decision I ever made. Giving him that advantage has already paid off huge and I'm sure it will continue to do so. Just saying...
Congrats on stunting his social development and taking him away from his friends. Getting to play lax at that D3 school with a 1050 avg SAT vs. the one he would have attended with a 1030 avg. will make it all worthwhile.

you know what they say about Assumptions, right? How do you know I took him away from his friends and stunted his social development? Pre-K hold back pal. Pretty sure he doesn't even remember little Ricky from his first Pre-K class. But he's been buddies with Big Mike since his 2nd Pre-K class. So he's just fine.

Being the biggest/fastest/strongest/smartest certainly helps. Honestly not sure why you wouldn't do it. You know, unless you can't afford to give that gift to your son. I get it. Somebody's got to work down at the docks. Appreciate it!

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Anonymous #310380 09/23/20 02:39 PM
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I held back my son. Best decision I ever made. Giving him that advantage has already paid off huge and I'm sure it will continue to do so. Just saying...

what's the upside of him playing vs younger kids besides improved confidence?
The Dad can brag about how good is son is obviously! No confidence boost for a kid who knows he's playing down.

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I held back my son. Best decision I ever made. Giving him that advantage has already paid off huge and I'm sure it will continue to do so. Just saying...

what's the upside of him playing vs younger kids besides improved confidence?

I'll retort with what's the downside? There isn't any downside. So why wouldn't I take it? I get why it would be damaging to kid socially and developmentally if we reclassed him in middle school or just prior to high school. I'm not talking about that though. We did it early before any of that is a factor.

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Being the biggest/fastest/strongest/smartest certainly helps. Honestly not sure why you wouldn't do it. You know, unless you can't afford to give that gift to your son. I get it. Somebody's got to work down at the docks. Appreciate it!


This has got to be 91/Gilman dad. Don't be so obvious.

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Anonymous #310387 09/23/20 02:55 PM
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I held back my son. Best decision I ever made. Giving him that advantage has already paid off huge and I'm sure it will continue to do so. Just saying...

what's the upside of him playing vs younger kids besides improved confidence?

I'll retort with what's the downside? There isn't any downside. So why wouldn't I take it? I get why it would be damaging to kid socially and developmentally if we reclassed him in middle school or just prior to high school. I'm not talking about that though. We did it early before any of that is a factor.
Starting a kid late in school is one thing, holding back after they have already started school is a whole different thing. Hugely different social ramifications.

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Anonymous #310388 09/23/20 02:55 PM
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I held back my son. Best decision I ever made. Giving him that advantage has already paid off huge and I'm sure it will continue to do so. Just saying...

what's the upside of him playing vs younger kids besides improved confidence?
The Dad can brag about how good is son is obviously! No confidence boost for a kid who knows he's playing down.

He's not playing down. He's been a 2026 since the beginning of his playing days. The kids don't care. Only the parents care..after he rips a few top left on little johnny.

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Anonymous #310391 09/23/20 03:54 PM
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Being the biggest/fastest/strongest/smartest certainly helps. Honestly not sure why you wouldn't do it. You know, unless you can't afford to give that gift to your son. I get it. Somebody's got to work down at the docks. Appreciate it!


This has got to be 91/Gilman dad. Don't be so obvious.
None of these holdbacks are the smartest. If they were top of the class, the parents would realize that is much more important than being a d3 lax recruit and paying full tuition anyway.

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