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Re: Boys 2028 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #327421 04/19/21 02:33 PM
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NL has a few very good midfielders. If you can defend well against them, not much firepower elsewhere. Mad lax offense is very impressive off-ball. If NL can get passed True, the 3rd and 4th place may come down to goal deferential. FCA can help themselves by play well against Crabs and BLC.

This came up before in previous years, but goal differential is not the tie breaker for whatever reason. Tie breaker is head to head, win % of teams beat, win % of teams played, goals allowed, and then a coin toss. So if all of NL, FCA, and True finish 3-3 with (and NL beats True), the first three tiebreakers wouldn’t break the tie so it would come down to goals allowed to determine the 3,4,and 5 seeds. Not that it matters all that much since everyone makes the playoffs this year . . . or because this is fifth grade lacrosse and I doubt there’s much wagering of the seeding of the teams.

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Anonymous #327468 04/19/21 09:11 PM
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TONS of betting going on Ha

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NL has a few very good midfielders. If you can defend well against them, not much firepower elsewhere. Mad lax offense is very impressive off-ball. If NL can get passed True, the 3rd and 4th place may come down to goal deferential. FCA can help themselves by play well against Crabs and BLC.

This came up before in previous years, but goal differential is not the tie breaker for whatever reason. Tie breaker is head to head, win % of teams beat, win % of teams played, goals allowed, and then a coin toss. So if all of NL, FCA, and True finish 3-3 with (and NL beats True), the first three tiebreakers wouldn’t break the tie so it would come down to goals allowed to determine the 3,4,and 5 seeds. Not that it matters all that much since everyone makes the playoffs this year . . . or because this is fifth grade lacrosse and I doubt there’s much wagering of the seeding of the teams.

Seeding:
1. Madlax
2. Hawks
3. Next Level
4. FCA
5. True
6. Crabs
7. BLC

Opening Rd of Playoffs:
1 Madlax - bye
2 Hawks vs 7 BLC
3 NL vs 6 Crabs
4 FCA vs 5 True

Semis:
Madlax vs FCA (1 vs lowest seed)
Hawks vs NL (2 vs 3)

Finals:
Madlax vs Hawks

Champ:
Madlax

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Anonymous #327549 04/20/21 12:43 PM
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NL has a few very good midfielders. If you can defend well against them, not much firepower elsewhere. Mad lax offense is very impressive off-ball. If NL can get passed True, the 3rd and 4th place may come down to goal deferential. FCA can help themselves by play well against Crabs and BLC.

This came up before in previous years, but goal differential is not the tie breaker for whatever reason. Tie breaker is head to head, win % of teams beat, win % of teams played, goals allowed, and then a coin toss. So if all of NL, FCA, and True finish 3-3 with (and NL beats True), the first three tiebreakers wouldn’t break the tie so it would come down to goals allowed to determine the 3,4,and 5 seeds. Not that it matters all that much since everyone makes the playoffs this year . . . or because this is fifth grade lacrosse and I doubt there’s much wagering of the seeding of the teams.

Seeding:
1. Madlax
2. Hawks
3. Next Level
4. FCA
5. True
6. Crabs
7. BLC

Opening Rd of Playoffs:
1 Madlax - bye
2 Hawks vs 7 BLC
3 NL vs 6 Crabs
4 FCA vs 5 True

Semis:
Madlax vs FCA (1 vs lowest seed)
Hawks vs NL (2 vs 3)

Finals:
Madlax vs Hawks

Champ:
Madlax

Very confident MadLax will beat the Hawks, twice. Interesting.

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Anonymous #327551 04/20/21 12:47 PM
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Thanks Madlax Dad.

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TheBackOfTheCage #327595 04/20/21 09:48 PM
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Madlax wins the regular season match up, Hawks win the ‘ship.

-Not a Hawks dad

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Anonymous #327599 04/20/21 11:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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NL has a few very good midfielders. If you can defend well against them, not much firepower elsewhere. Mad lax offense is very impressive off-ball. If NL can get passed True, the 3rd and 4th place may come down to goal deferential. FCA can help themselves by play well against Crabs and BLC.

This came up before in previous years, but goal differential is not the tie breaker for whatever reason. Tie breaker is head to head, win % of teams beat, win % of teams played, goals allowed, and then a coin toss. So if all of NL, FCA, and True finish 3-3 with (and NL beats True), the first three tiebreakers wouldn’t break the tie so it would come down to goals allowed to determine the 3,4,and 5 seeds. Not that it matters all that much since everyone makes the playoffs this year . . . or because this is fifth grade lacrosse and I doubt there’s much wagering of the seeding of the teams.

Seeding:
1. Madlax
2. Hawks
3. Next Level
4. FCA
5. True
6. Crabs
7. BLC

Opening Rd of Playoffs:
1 Madlax - bye
2 Hawks vs 7 BLC
3 NL vs 6 Crabs
4 FCA vs 5 True

Semis:
Madlax vs FCA (1 vs lowest seed)
Hawks vs NL (2 vs 3)

Finals:
Madlax vs Hawks

Champ:
Madlax

Very confident MadLax will beat the Hawks, twice. Interesting.

And confident a Letter from Director is in the cards

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Anonymous #327605 04/21/21 07:20 AM
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He probably already has that letter drafted up ready to hit send!

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Anonymous #327637 04/21/21 11:28 AM
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He probably already has that letter drafted up ready to hit send!

What’s the letter from the director reference? Hawks, MadLax or GHLC?

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TheBackOfTheCage #327724 04/22/21 09:42 AM
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Predictions for the weekend...

Hawks by 11 over BLC
Madlax by 4 over Next Level
FCA by 2 over Crabs

True has the bye

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Anonymous #327746 04/22/21 12:20 PM
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Predictions for the weekend...

Hawks by 11 over BLC
Madlax by 4 over Next Level
FCA by 2 over Crabs

True has the bye

Hawks by 10
Next Level by 2
FCA by 6

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Anonymous #327752 04/22/21 12:45 PM
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Predictions for the weekend...

Hawks by 11 over BLC
Madlax by 4 over Next Level
FCA by 2 over Crabs

True has the bye

Hawks by 10
Next Level by 2
FCA by 6

I’ve seen the Crabs play a few times now. They are a really good team but it seems like they don’t have or don’t play enough kids. It seems like the first group has then up or close at half and they just get run out in the 2nd half. If these were 30 minute tourney games they would be tough to beat.

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TheBackOfTheCage #327761 04/22/21 01:50 PM
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Agreed on the Crabs. Almost seems like their top tier players should play elsewhere.

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Anonymous #327762 04/22/21 02:04 PM
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Agreed on the Crabs. Almost seems like their top tier players should play elsewhere.
They run their offense through four players. If they utilized more of them, they would play better.

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TheBackOfTheCage #327795 04/22/21 10:41 PM
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Didn’t Hawks beat Madlax in DE earlier this year?

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