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Re: Top Boy's Club Teams in New Jersey
Anonymous #313808 10/28/20 12:09 PM
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My son tells me that LE is missing a handful of kids from all of the older teams due to injuries and other sports, I’m guessing for football? I know LE has a pretty full schedule all thru November so they probably just chose to pass on this one. BBL is trying to play better teams now so they get a little credit here.

Not a BBL parent, but they definitely do not shy away from the top teams. Not sure that the NLF would do anything for their program, it certainly has not helped LE in any way. It is just as easy to enter the top east coast tournaments, most of the NLF teams are there anyway.

The directors/coaches from top LI/NY clubs know who the top teams are in NJ and make calls to invite. Like BBL, they also seek to play top competitive teams all the time (Lax games are precious in Covid times). With NLF not inviting BBL, that's more about $business$ and we understand. We from BBL will play any top teams t-shirt or not.

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Anonymous #313838 10/28/20 05:53 PM
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When you say “we” are jonesing to play more do you meet BBL or express.

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Anonymous #313839 10/28/20 05:55 PM
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Bbl doesn’t need the NLF. My son doesn’t play there btw, so giving an outside opinion.

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Anonymous #313869 10/29/20 08:23 AM
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Bbl doesn’t need the NLF. My son doesn’t play there btw, so giving an outside opinion.
And before that parent here argues about having the best D1 recruitment by being in their club and NLF. detest to burst your bubble but many BBL kids go to high schools like Delbarton, SHP, CBA, Pringry, Mt Lakes, Chatham, Ridgewood. They are not exactly hurting for college recommendation from these programs.

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Bbl doesn’t need the NLF. My son doesn’t play there btw, so giving an outside opinion.
And before that parent here argues about having the best D1 recruitment by being in their club and NLF. detest to burst your bubble but many BBL kids go to high schools like Delbarton, SHP, CBA, Pringry, Mt Lakes, Chatham, Ridgewood. They are not exactly hurting for college recommendation from these programs.

Well done...you knew that it was coming eventually

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Re: Top Boy's Club Teams in New Jersey
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Blue Star and TriState let their players guest play for the Hawks?

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Blue Star and TriState let their players guest play for the Hawks?

In the case of the Tri-State kid, he is the best player on their team, so they give him a lot of leeway. They also both play for True Atlantic, that being the connection with Hawks. My understanding is that guest playing is not permitted by Bluestar.

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Blue Star and TriState let their players guest play for the Hawks?

In the case of the Tri-State kid, he is the best player on their team, so they give him a lot of leeway. They also both play for True Atlantic, that being the connection with Hawks. My understanding is that guest playing is not permitted by Bluestar.
There are some strong players coming out of the shore. Hopefully, some of the better high school programs start putting some of the Shore Conference teams on their schedules.

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The Hawks in MD?

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Blue Star and TriState let their players guest play for the Hawks?

In the case of the Tri-State kid, he is the best player on their team, so they give him a lot of leeway. They also both play for True Atlantic, that being the connection with Hawks. My understanding is that guest playing is not permitted by Bluestar.
There are some strong players coming out of the shore. Hopefully, some of the better high school programs start putting some of the Shore Conference teams on their schedules.

Agreed, but it may be hard this year if year if high school lacrosse is restricted to conference play...that being said, and I am not a parent at either school, but RFH typically schedules some of the top public schools in NJ and CBA will schedule some strong out-of-state games with other private catholic schools including Chaminade. The Shore conference is in itself is pretty strong, so even in-conference play is competitive. RFH, CBA and Manasquan have always led the pack, and now you have schools like Wall building very good programs.

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The Hawks in MD?

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Anonymous #314279 11/03/20 11:02 PM
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The 2026 team guys are guest playing, or are you referring to older?

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The 2026 team guys are guest playing, or are you referring to older?
2023

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oh sorry wrong thread!

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TM@BOTC #314653 11/09/20 10:09 AM
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It looks like Murphy just cancelled all youth indoor sports...the article is lacking some details on NJ.com. It appears outdoor sports are still on.

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