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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
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Spring Break Thaw schedule now up on the Machine. Who will be the winners of the day based upon the schedule?

Not a single game between Crabs/Hawks/Madlax?

Total joke. I guess we will have to wait till HoCo.

Madlax hasn’t played top elite HoCo teams since Spring of 2019.

Hawks and Crabs will both beat them soundly!

Looks like Hawks are ducking but they do play Prime Time who entered in the WSYL

They are playing Express, Tigers, BBL next weekend. That doesn't seem like ducking.


Ducking Madlax and Crabs in a tournament - always claim to be the best but not all the time

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
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Looks like Hawks dad is now a moderator.

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #321548 02/24/21 03:40 PM
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Spring Break Thaw schedule now up on the Machine. Who will be the winners of the day based upon the schedule?

Not a single game between Crabs/Hawks/Madlax?

Total joke. I guess we will have to wait till HoCo.

Madlax hasn’t played top elite HoCo teams since Spring of 2019.

Hawks and Crabs will both beat them soundly!

Looks like Hawks are ducking but they do play Prime Time who entered in the WSYL

Hawks is completely afraid to play Crabs; they absolutely saw how much bigger and faster crabs has become and will duck them at every chance they get.

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Anonymous #321549 02/24/21 04:04 PM
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Looks like Hawks dad is now a moderator.

Jeslax1 is Jester Lacrosse out of NY and the site is all NY based - its ok buddy you got Hawks on your mind on the all time

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
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Hawks is completely afraid to play Crabs; they absolutely saw how much bigger and faster crabs has become and will duck them at every chance they get.


Hawks fear no one except God and FCA

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
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Can somebody explain what is meant by ducking - do the teams actually have control over who they play?

And do the people who do the scheduling (club directors and program directors I assume?) really pay attention to which teams are excited/afraid to play other teams?

Obviously parents and kids have on control over which opponents they play, and I am guessing that coaches' input is limited too.

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Can somebody explain what is meant by ducking - do the teams actually have control over who they play?

And do the people who do the scheduling (club directors and program directors I assume?) really pay attention to which teams are excited/afraid to play other teams?

Obviously parents and kids have on control over which opponents they play, and I am guessing that coaches' input is limited too.

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Crabs couldn’t win HOCO... how are they going to be Hawks?

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Spring Break Thaw schedule now up on the Machine. Who will be the winners of the day based upon the schedule?

Not a single game between Crabs/Hawks/Madlax?

Total joke. I guess we will have to wait till HoCo.

Madlax hasn’t played top elite HoCo teams since Spring of 2019.

Hawks and Crabs will both beat them soundly!

Looks like Hawks are ducking but they do play Prime Time who entered in the WSYL

Hawks is completely afraid to play Crabs; they absolutely saw how much bigger and faster crabs has become and will duck them at every chance they get.

You forgot older.

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Can somebody explain what is meant by ducking - do the teams actually have control over who they play?

And do the people who do the scheduling (club directors and program directors I assume?) really pay attention to which teams are excited/afraid to play other teams?

Obviously parents and kids have on control over which opponents they play, and I am guessing that coaches' input is limited too.

Its not uncommon for a coach to call his club director/tournament director and ask to change opponents, game times or field venues especially if they run the tournament. Many of the tournament directors want teams to come back year after year and will try and work with clubs. At 2k a team its just smart business

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Can somebody explain what is meant by ducking - do the teams actually have control over who they play?

And do the people who do the scheduling (club directors and program directors I assume?) really pay attention to which teams are excited/afraid to play other teams?

Obviously parents and kids have on control over which opponents they play, and I am guessing that coaches' input is limited too.

Its not uncommon for a coach to call his club director/tournament director and ask to change opponents, game times or field venues especially if they run the tournament. Many of the tournament directors want teams to come back year after year and will try and work with clubs. At 2k a team its just smart business

And now that you know this you will see how Madlax always has an easy pool play draw so that they are ensured of making the playoff bracket.

This is especially true in a Madlax run tournament.

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Can somebody explain what is meant by ducking - do the teams actually have control over who they play?

And do the people who do the scheduling (club directors and program directors I assume?) really pay attention to which teams are excited/afraid to play other teams?

Obviously parents and kids have on control over which opponents they play, and I am guessing that coaches' input is limited too.

Its not uncommon for a coach to call his club director/tournament director and ask to change opponents, game times or field venues especially if they run the tournament. Many of the tournament directors want teams to come back year after year and will try and work with clubs. At 2k a team its just smart business

And now that you know this you will see how Madlax always has an easy pool play draw so that they are ensured of making the playoff bracket.

This is especially true in a Madlax run tournament.

Take ML as light as you want but you are warned. There was a reason Hawks backed out of NAL fall the week before and it was not football.

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Spring Break Thaw schedule now up on the Machine. Who will be the winners of the day based upon the schedule?

Not a single game between Crabs/Hawks/Madlax?

Total joke. I guess we will have to wait till HoCo.

Madlax hasn’t played top elite HoCo teams since Spring of 2019.

Hawks and Crabs will both beat them soundly!

Looks like Hawks are ducking but they do play Prime Time who entered in the WSYL

Hawks is completely afraid to play Crabs; they absolutely saw how much bigger and faster crabs has become and will duck them at every chance they get.

You forgot older.

Now that is the pot calling the kettle black.

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
TheBackOfTheCage #321585 02/24/21 09:03 PM
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I have no dog in the hunt, but I doubt that Hawks are afraid to play MadLax. Has MadLax ever beaten Hawks or played them close at the 2026 level?

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Spring Break Thaw schedule now up on the Machine. Who will be the winners of the day based upon the schedule?

Not a single game between Crabs/Hawks/Madlax?

Total joke. I guess we will have to wait till HoCo.

Madlax hasn’t played top elite HoCo teams since Spring of 2019.

Hawks and Crabs will both beat them soundly!

Looks like Hawks are ducking but they do play Prime Time who entered in the WSYL

Hawks is completely afraid to play Crabs; they absolutely saw how much bigger and faster crabs has become and will duck them at every chance they get.

You forgot older.

Now that is the pot calling the kettle black.

I think everyone will agree that a few kids that are a few months too old for the WS, all of who have been playing 2026 for years is different than 1/3 of last years 2025 Crabs team now playing 2026

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